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November 5th, 2013, 01:59 AM
Our little daughter Matilda Rosamond was born October 1st, joining her siblings William Arthur, Eleanor Lillian and Penelope Eloise.
Without your suggestions and support we might have chosen a much...
-line and -roz sound, cheers
Thank you. Although the poll was 50/50, I am tending towards Rosamond for exactly the same reasons. Hubby likes Emmeline, for it being a bit lighter.
But this thread has assured me ghat I am on the...
Haha ciottolo, you were too quick for me. I was still figuring out how to use the poll function ;)
It's either Matilda Rosamond or Matilda Emmeline, last name Hay.
Please help us choosing a middle name. We are down to two.
September 14th, 2013, 09:43 AM
Amelia Jane or Rosalie Jane, I like. Personally Amelia is a bit too popular for my taste. Rosalie is my favourite. :)
July 16th, 2013, 01:40 AM
I love the EV idea. It ties the middle name in that is otherwise often neglected. I also adore Elowen or even Eloise.
July 16th, 2013, 12:56 AM
My grandmothers name is Sylvia Lillian. She is in her late 70s. Have not met any others. I think it's a nice choice, as its history makes it well known all over the world without being overused.
Matilda Maybelle does sound like fun! I just looked it up and it is from the Amabel/ Mabel/ Maribel family meaning 'loveable'. So although sounding floral it is not. Nice addition to my list,...
Our last name is one syllable, making Fern sound a bit harsh and non-flowy, unfortunately. Otherwise, I think it's lovely and could be the next new thing after we had Heather and Willow. Thanks
So, it seems we have settled on Matilda for a first name. Other daughters mn are Lillian and Eloise. I would like a flower reference for girl no3, if possible with that old world charm.
Thank you everyone,
My grandfathers middle name is Dietrich, so there would be a mouthful for a little girl. German female Wolf is 'Woelfin', but Wolfe just sounds to me like Wolf with an 'e'...
We always intended to honour both our maternal grandfathers when naming our children,
as they played such a great part in our upbringing.
So, when our first son was born he was named
Cornelia, Eleanor and Helen are all names with Nellie as a common nickname. A bit more uncommon would be Jeanelle, Denelle or even Nilofer, depending on how adventurous you are.
Hope this helps;)
Thanks, I think Millicent and Agatha are going to join our list of possibles.
I do love Matilda, but it has become quite popular down here in Oz...maybe too popular?
Elizabeth is my name and...
I am expecting our fourth addition to the family. Its a girl.
Our last name is one syllable, similar to Hay (not actual name)
Sibling names are
William Arthur Hay
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