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October 26th, 2014, 04:20 PM
I can't seem to get it to do anything... Maybe because I'm using Safari? I tried to use the "Use my favorite names" feature and the wheel just spun and spun. I tried to add inspiration names, and...
Kaia (this spelling)
Kitri (a character in the ballet Don Quixote)
Kili (pronounced keelee. I know a beautiful Hawaiian girl with this name)
September 24th, 2014, 03:19 AM
From your list, I think Alessandra goes best with Stella. But I think Carmen Aurora is stunning! And by far the best option. If you really want a name that ends in A though, have you considered...
I adore Apolline. I love Polly as a nn. I suppose you could use Annie, too.
September 24th, 2014, 02:33 AM
I would add Malou, Maelle/Maelys/Maelie and Bijou.
I'm not sure I understand the problem, but I adore Anouk.
I love Cosima and I quite like Acacia. Colette is so close to Coquette, that I've never really liked it, but I saw the cutest little girl the other day named Colette and now it's growing on me....
September 21st, 2014, 04:36 PM
A - Artemis
B - Bernadette
C - Calliope
D - Dagny
E - Eulalie
F - Fern
G - Gretel
H - Hero
I - Iris
J - Juno
September 17th, 2014, 11:23 PM
I second the suggestion of Kaia Josephine. (Although I prefer the spelling Caia- the Roman goddess of fire and women, I think, and the female form of Caius)
That said, I voted for Anika Ivy. I...
September 17th, 2014, 10:51 PM
I love it! And I love that you're using Clio- it's one of my favorites.
With Clementine, I like:
I'm not into pretty, but I don't want actively dowdy either. Thanks for the feedback!
Trying to decide whether or not to put this on my list. It's one of those names that I used to hate, but now I feel like I kind of love. Is it fusty, or maybe country sounding? Or is it fresh and...
September 11th, 2014, 12:53 AM
Are you using the Wandfo strips from Amazon? I was using them for a while. They're pretty picky and hard to read, I think. I switched to the digital smiley-face ones and actually got a positive last...
It's totally doable. My library's Friends organization has 2 book sales a year and lots of people come. Put up flyers, post on Facebook and Twitter. Find out what kinds of networks your community has...
June 26th, 2014, 02:37 AM
I've been loving Miriam lately & especially the nickname Mim. I also like Sally and Clementine a lot. I love Kit. Kitty- not so much.
June 25th, 2014, 01:43 AM
I almost did a spit take when I read your headline. I thought I was reading the nameberry memes thread. ;)
It's possible you're pregnant, I suppose. They say if you have cravings, it's for a...
Elke / Elka: I love, love, love this name. I prefer Elke. It's on my list.
Gaia: Skews a little hippy to me, but I like it.
Reverie: not my favorite. It's a little too...
I love Penelope. I think Penelope Hope Greene is a great name.
Have you considered Prudence? Dear Prudence is one of my favorite Beatles songs.
It doesn't really have anything to do with how it's pronounced. I get it. Also, I totally agree with the pp about Margot. There are a couple names that I look at and see words and I have to actually...
My favorite font is #5. I like cover #4 the best. I dig the wallpaper much more than the filigree around the mask.
It might capture my attention. The mask is very striking, but I think it would be more striking without some of the background decoration. I think simpler is better with book jackets. What will the...
I'm so sorry to hear about your dog. Having a sick animal is tough when you aren't 8 months pregnant.
It will be over soon. For real. Don't kill your mother in law, you might need her to babysit.
June 11th, 2014, 10:45 PM
I've always appreciated Rollo's thoughts and perspective. Very sad news. I'm sending positive thoughts to family...
I do think that Sylvie and Vivienne are too similar. Cora and Lilla are kind of sing-songy when spoken together, but that's not bad. Cora, Lilla and Vivienne are a nice sib-set.
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