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I really like both of your options. I think Graham would be the less trendy/common choice and is very handsome, but I like the flow better of Hudson James and am also a sucker for alliteration so I...
I love the combination of Declan John.
Another Marina vote. I don't personally care for the sound of Reina or the looks of Amaia. But a similar name I like is Amalia.
I love Bridget. I think it is a classy name that works well throughout life and on different personalities.
April 19th, 2014, 08:04 AM
I also have a weakness for short boy names that may be seen as a little dated. I personally like Kent, Keith, and Dean. But my favorite one syllable boys name which I think is more modern is Reid.
Another Caroline Emilia vote-- gorgeous combination!
April 19th, 2014, 07:57 AM
I like that you are honoring your grandmothers with the middle names. However, I know of two babies born within the last two years with the exact name Emily Grace; I feel like it's a very common...
I love Brooks! It is very handsome and I like names with a connection to nature. I just commented on your post for Gray Everett-- I think we have similar taste in boys' names.
However, I can't...
I like Eva Katherine with Rylee Lynn.
I had to comment on this post because I love both Gray and Everett and now I know that I like them even more when combined (either order)! I personally would be more tempted to use Everett as a first...
November 3rd, 2013, 05:46 PM
I like your choices, especially Tessa or Lila! I think classic feminine names can easily work well in a sibset with Harper as long as they aren't frilly.
Not sure if you want any suggestions,...
October 20th, 2013, 04:15 PM
A vote for Bronson! It is my brother's name and he is the only one I've ever met. I think it's handsome and strong and I think he's always liked his name.
October 20th, 2013, 04:03 PM
Rowan Winter!! I love Winter as a middle name and it seems like these are the two names you should be using.
Winter is one of my favorite girl names. The sound, nickname potential (Winnie), and imagery makes me love it. The only test I'm not sure if it passes is "would I want it to be my name?"... not sure...
Sorry for your loss. I mentioned before on here that I found the name Timnah in my family tree. So, Timnah Mandolin? Not sure what you'd think. Best of luck!
July 17th, 2013, 09:46 PM
I think it depends on the sounds in the names. For example, to me Quinn Winston doesn't work (too rhymey, hard to say).
But Landon or Lucian sound different enough from Winston where it could...
Out of your choices, to go with Brooklyn I'd probably say Blakely? I don't like the 'y' in London and think two place names is too matchy. Sawyer can sometimes work for girls but I think in this...
I second Quinn Amelia.
July 17th, 2013, 06:04 AM
Some people just get their kicks out of putting others down. I was telling a cute story about my niece at work one day, and a co-worker had to chime in about how horrible her name is. I was really...
July 10th, 2013, 07:50 PM
Cricket Pearl. Not sure if anyone else heard this name yet or discussed it on here, but I just read it. She joins big sister Birdie Leigh. I was excited to hear the name she'd choose to go with...
I love both Asher and Archer, but sorry, they just sound too similar.
I agree that Olive has a different vibe than Olivia, and I doubt it would ever reach Olivia's popularity. Since it is a family name and sounds like you love it, I'd go for it!
July 8th, 2013, 08:42 PM
Wren is one of my favorite names. I love the simplicity and imagery. I also don't think Rhys and Wren are too close.
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