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Bennett Barnett is way too singsongy and sounds like a cartoon character, sorry. The names are the same except for two letters- way too close. What about Benjamin? Even Ben is a bit repetitive since...
@Adelina- Kenwood House sounds awesome! I love historic homes (very few of them here though). The view sounds lovely. If I remember correctly a lot of National Trust sites (if it...
Edelweiss nn Ada/Eda would be very creative and charming! I grew up with The Sound of Music so Edelweiss has very cheerful and pleasant associations for me. Ada/Eda gives her a "normal" name to fall...
Meryl is an awesome name, spunky and fun and classy all at once! Of course I associate it with the actress but she's brilliant, it's not a bad association at all. There's at least one other famous...
August 28th, 2014, 09:54 PM
August Leopold is a very handsome combo. It sounds like someone intelligent and scholarly, who loves reading and learning. It is a bit clunky, not so much as to render it unusable, but compared to...
@Belle- Congrats! :) Good luck making a decision.
August 27th, 2014, 06:52 PM
Margot, Nell, and Arthur all go well together! They all have a certain down-to-earth, old-fashioned charm. Fiona is spunky and fun, and fits in well with them, but Jethro is a bit too harsh and...
August 27th, 2014, 06:37 PM
Seymour has a charmingly quirky, intellectual, vintage feel. It feels more old-man chic than done and dusted to me. The Salinger and Jane Seymour stories had sad endings but both were inherently good...
August 27th, 2014, 05:38 PM
Thomas is a classic with so much more history than a cartoon tank engine. I know of the show but it wouldn't cross my mind if I met a Thomas. It's definitely usable! I like that it has a reference to...
August 27th, 2014, 05:04 PM
I had no idea JLo's kids were Emme and Max, and even now that you mention it it doesn't ring any bells. It's totally fine to use them for a sibset.
August 24th, 2014, 08:26 PM
My favourite of the three is Eleanor. Adelaide and Eleanor are both elegant classics with royal connections. Vivian doesn't sound as historical to me. Louisa and Vivian are both beautiful, but they...
August 24th, 2014, 07:09 PM
I prefer Austen because of the Jane Austen connection actually. I do think it's more gender ambiguous though; I could see it on either a boy or girl, whereas Austin is all boy to me.
@Adelina- That sounds awesome! I'd love to visit London one day. :) Chocolates and macaroons (or macarons?), yum...
I voted for Rosamund with Clementine. They sound nice together, being similar in length and having the same cadence. Both are sweet and fun, with a nature-y springtime feel.
I like that Leone...
August 24th, 2014, 12:53 AM
I voted for Hazel and Isla. My favourite pairing as a twinset is Hazel and Cora- vintage, spunky, and sweet. But Ash, Rose, Hazel, Isla, and Luna all have connections to the natural world- ash tree,...
Congratulations on the birth of your triplets! Hope you're recovering well. Jeff, Gray, Kate, and Tuck go so well together.
August 24th, 2014, 12:38 AM
Lillian Eva (initials)
Katherine Helena (swapped)
Morgan Elizabeth (kept)
Scarlett Marisol (changed MN)
Clemency Madeline (changed FN)
August 24th, 2014, 12:36 AM
Rosetta Eveline (initials)
Lillian Matilda (changed FN)
Scarlett Clare (kept)
Lydia Josephine (changed MN)
Helena Katherine (swapped)
Keela - Keeva
August 23rd, 2014, 11:32 PM
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Alexandra & Nicholas
I see what you mean by it has a tough and gutsy vibe- like a James Dean kind of character. I agree it's not usable though- for me it's because buck is a slang word for money/dollar here- "How much...
Charleston isn't really my style, but I can see the appeal. It has a distinguished, refined air while still being fun and not taking itself too seriously. I think of the city in North Carolina and...
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