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My first thought for a girl was Anneliese, I think it's perfect, and lends itself to multiple nicknames.
For a boy, Sebastian hit the nail on the head for me. Even just Bastian would be great.
Alba! I adore it:)
Remington doesn't jive well for me. Angus isn't my style, but it's nice, and I love Delia... is Deliah pronounced like Delia or like "duh-LIE-a"? It looks like the latter, closer to Delilah than...
Oh lawd, I love so many of these!
In order of preference:
Edmund Lucius- Edmund is my all time favourite boy name! I don't really care for Lucius (I'd rather Darcy, Balthazar, Florian, Rafferty,...
I love them! I think they're very memorable, and seem to have more personality, for some reason... maybe just because alliterative names are often used in books.
May 13th, 2015, 11:56 AM
Everyone has a different limit for what is "too out there"vs usable.
Our top picks are also not in the top 1000… I don't think it's a big deal. When you read through the top 1000, there are some...
@shalexis, ahhh, that's too bad your husband didn't make it through the run. I guess you can use that as "me time" though…
Very cool that you're taking advantage of the classes offered through the...
May 10th, 2015, 03:09 PM
First off, I LOVE your girl picks! Cesca is by far my favourite nn for Francesca.
I'm also going to change my name. I've been going by Lucy for 18 years already, haven't legally changed it, but my...
May 10th, 2015, 12:11 PM
Thanks for being honest in your post! It's a great example for others to follow- you don't need to be a parent, or have an outlandish make-believe story in order to post, or get attention here.
May 3rd, 2015, 11:39 PM
I quite like Sebastian, and I do prefer it to Henry (which is nice, but not really my thing).
Sebastian nn Baz is great, imo.
May 3rd, 2015, 11:35 PM
I *adore* the name Hyacinth, and since names are a hobby (no pregnancy anticipated for a few years), I want to keep it around.
I have gone through my own list looking for something that shines,...
I feel slightly ridiculous saying that I love Eglantine and Fern, but truly, I do love them.
I think it's wonderful!
Oscar Phineas sounds very handsome, but still approachable. It is older-sounding, while being fun. It's like... it should come across as stuffy, given the style, but it...
May 3rd, 2015, 08:37 PM
I also like Caroline Rose, and Violet Evelyn
May 3rd, 2015, 07:59 PM
I love the feel of your names!
Romilly- it has taken me a while to come around to it, but I don't mind it. Romola is more my style, though
Anais- very cool, but the inconsistent knowledge of...
May 3rd, 2015, 06:04 PM
Personally, I adore Frances! Frances Eleanor and Frances Josephine are both gorgeous. They are old lady" and that's why I love them.
I prefer Frances Eleanor, but both options are great.
Gorgeous! I actually have had this topping my list, along with Iris Cordelia, and Audrey Cordelia. I love Alice Cordelia!
@Devin, I've never seen The 100 but if there's neat names, I'll look in to it! 3rd Rock is *hilarious* now that I'm older and get the jokes, but when it first aired when I was a kid, I didn't get it....
Oh gosh, I LOVE Marius! It has been one of my favourites for at least 10 years <3 My SO is not a fan, so it's out of contention for me, but I *adore* it. I think it's so handsome and strong.
Mix and match!
My favourites from your list are:
All boy for me. Joscelin is one of my favourite names, and I do like Joss as a nickname, and Ozzie.
I like Frida Marigold quite a bit! I'm not personally one for -ette/-etta names very often, and Musette/Musetta isn't my cup of tea. If it means more to you, and makes you happier, though, then that...
Arthur Hamish! I love both names! Fox is not my cup of tea.
@shalexis, I know what you mean about consistency. For me, my meals are usually decent, but I'm big on snacking (so is my SO, which obviously doesn't help). I think if I can get that under control,...
April 22nd, 2015, 06:09 PM
Awesome! Congratulations, Victoria :D
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