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I like Ezekiel best of her two choices. It goes quite nicely with her sibset too, and the nn Zeke is super cute.
Other OT choices: Jethro, Simeon, Jamin, Joel
Hugh -has a GREAT meaning :) This is my favourite from your list
Leo (although I prefer this as a nn to a longer name -Leonard or Leonardo…)
Theodore -I would love to have a baby boy with this name, but it's far too close to our family name, so it's out. :(
Marigold Gwendolyn, nn Maggie
January 24th, 2014, 05:22 PM
There was a male Rainbow in my high school. :)
January 24th, 2014, 05:18 PM
Since your family's dog is similar to your baby's nn, and not to his actual name, I don't see it being a problem. If your son hates the similarity, he can go by Flip or Phil or some other nn when...
January 24th, 2014, 05:12 PM
ooo I was going to suggest Leora, but someone already suggested the alternate spelling Leora. Both are very pretty options, but I also really like Eleanor, & Eleanora :)
Either way, if you pick...
Do you hate the name Maxwell? If not, then I don't see a problem.
Do you like the name enough to use is as a nn -or to let DH use it as a nn? You could give your child (boy or girl) the initials J.S. which, when you say them together, sound like Jess -the nn Jesse...
January 24th, 2014, 05:04 PM
baby girl: Eliana Irene most likely
boy: Simeon Michael maybe? boys names are so much harder!
January 24th, 2014, 05:01 PM
Emerson, Darcy, Sutton and Finley are boys' names imo. I voted for Emerson though because that is the only one where I actually know a man with the name. He's in his late 20s.
December 23rd, 2013, 10:32 PM
Sophie Wren or Sofia Wren -This pairing is very very pretty, but Sophie & Sofia are soooo popular. Are you okay with the possibility of your daughter being 1 of 5 Sophie/Sofia/Sophias in her class at...
I second Blade's set of guidelines for you. And, I just counted, my son has 9 syllables including his surname. He has a very easy 1 syllable nn and that's the only name that a lot of people know, so...
December 2nd, 2013, 05:39 PM
The vibe I'm getting is vintage and not too common… and preferably not ending in -a (so that it doesn't rhyme with Nina)?
Elise (I would put Elizabeth but that's quite common...
Susanna Missouri (which is funny because Susanna is a variation on my actual name!)
Albin Ernie if I were a boy. Yikes!
Sophia, Thomas & Maia
September 25th, 2013, 08:57 PM
Hurray! Welcome Blythe Lavender! What a lovely name. :)
I really like Audrey Cecelia. It has a nice flow with a one syllable last name too. However, I'm not fond of the meaning of Cecelia. What about Audrey Amelia... unless you don't like alliterations.
I met an Eowyn Elizabeth Marion at the mall the other day. :)
Marion would be another way to honour Mary, is more unique and vintage-y. Marion Elizabeth is pretty imo.
My name is Lucy and my life long love (husband) is Leo. We live in London and we lift lettuces.
September 13th, 2013, 10:04 PM
Randy Keith & Silas Wolfgang
Isadora Gwendolyn &
I really like Marguerite Elizabeth. It softens up the name and has the meaning of "daisy" (in French) as well as "pearl".
So many things to respond to... but I've forgotten half of them while reading other posts lol!
@Vanessa, I hope the funeral did indeed bring a sense of closure. Praying for you and...
September 13th, 2013, 02:33 PM
Baby J started drooling buckets and chewing everything at around 3 months, but didn't get his first tooth until 6-7 months. Those were his only signs for the first 2 teeth. He had a fever before the...
I'm just waiting for my next fertile window too. in a way it's a nice place to be in 'cause I don't have to do anything... :)
@casilayne, my cousin is in the adoption process...
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