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April 13th, 2014, 10:32 PM
I understand, but most people are not Berries. I love Saoirse but I know where I live it would be a constant battle of spelling and pronunciation.
If that doesn't bother you, I would prefer the...
Lord, don't let my DH see this list he would love it.
I like the combo. I think Van as a "nickname" seems like using Ann as a nickname for Anne.
If you decide to use Van instead I would use a different middle name.
April 13th, 2014, 09:20 PM
Most people will pronounce Teague Teeg (rhymes with Team) and will have no clue how to pronounce Tadhg (or pronounce it Tadig). I am not sure how I would spell the pronunciation you aregoing for. Tyg?
Ok, so more and more names are becoming unisex...and the girls are winning. What names are traditionally used on girls that you would love to use (or at least see used) on a boy?
I remember Xavier and Zachary and Alyssa and Felicia. My tastes have changed.
Samwise and Atreyu are on my GP list and not in the database.
April 11th, 2014, 10:05 PM
I like January for a girl and August for a boy.
Coincidentally we got married in January and the anniversary of our first date is in August. Would consider as middle names, actually.
March 8th, 2014, 09:01 PM
We have considered using Thomas/Thomasina as the middle name for.our first child because it honors someone dear and there is a chance we will only have one child.
So McCoy Thomas or Ruby...
March 8th, 2014, 05:04 PM
I don't think Sebastian works with her last name
What about Spencer?
Rachel, Chandler, Phoebe
Saoirse, Paloma, and Jamila are on my GP list because they don't work culturally.
Samwise, Remedy, and Libelina I worry are too "weird".
I actually have some GP names that are too popular or...
That cartoon...Bob's Burgers?
Patrick, Sandy, Gary
Susan, Edmund, Lucy
Shane, Sophia, Herschel
The whole Bella popularity scared me but my immediate response was <3 since Amelia has been stricken because of it's popularity.
Carolina, Dakota, and Jersey
They are all Shakespeare characters.
Lincoln, Kennedy, and Reagan
March 5th, 2014, 09:07 PM
As someone who had a sperm donor interfere and eventually stop a domestic adoption I would not go that route again. It's a shame that someone can not care or support a child for 11 years and then...
Guess where the sibset came from...
Jagger, Lennon, and Hendrix
Would be musicians/singers.
Hermione, Luna, and Bellatrix
Would be from Harry Potter
Ok, I just saw this mentioned on another thread and had never heard it as anything but a last name.
I have to admit it is being added to my GP list. It means "fine friend".
I think it helps the...
I always thought Liana was pronounced like Lee-anna, but someone recently said it rhymes with Diana (Lye-anna).
There are times this seems forced. Mary Kate seems right but Megan Kirsten doesn't seem like a "first name". I would probably use the hyphen to simplify things. Mary-Kate Elizabeth Smith would be...
I like Noble. Loyal and Merit are also great ideas.
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