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I like Natalie best.
Audry sounds like the word ordinary to me.
Camille sounds very... posh and uppity to me. UNLESS the nn was Millie- in which case I could like it a bit more.
Zoe Winter... !!!
Love Declan- great choice. If I ever had a Declan I would probably nn him Dex at home.
Declan Elijah is nice.
From your signature:
Declan Levi LOVE LOVE this as it sounds really spunky
June 12th, 2013, 09:06 PM
Araminta is just so fanciful I adore it!!!
Locklin is nms for a girl at all.
Rowan, Colton and Avalon
Rowan, Colton and Ashlyn
Rowan, Colton and Lynden
Rowan, Colton and Hadley
Rowan, Colton and Vivien
Love the name!
June 10th, 2013, 01:17 AM
I am in a weirdly reversed situation- this hoped for baby will almost definately be the last so I keep trying to make favourite names mesh because I know this is my last chance! LOL
I like Alastair too. Alastair John is very handsome.
Love Tobias and also Tobiah.
Carston is not very familiar and I agree people will here Carson or perhaps Carter.
Based on the names of your girls can I suggest a name? Hugo- great German feel,...
1. Does Madeleine "Maisie" work?
Yes, it's less intuitive that Maddie though and she may still get called Maddie by peers.
2. How do you pronounce Madeleine (with the ending of -lynn, -line,...
I like Madeleine Mae cause I imagine a little Maddie-Mae!!!! gorgeous!!
Caroline Mae Modesto I personally don't like Caroline much, seems boring to me.
Emmeline Grace Modesto nn Emmy or...
Same as this.
I think it depends on your accent based on where you live.
I noticed Renrose is a British, I'm Aussie.
June 8th, 2013, 07:51 AM
What about Dane?
Rex, Troy and Dane.
2 latest ideas:
Eloise Belle (nn Lulu or sometimes Lulu Belle)
Rose Annabelle (nn Rosie or sometimes Rosabelle)
Thank you so much for the written feedback.
Seems like the top names are:
One thought I had last night was Annabelle nn Belle.
I'd appreciate it.
Thank you all for your feedback.
I am trying very hard to look beyond Chloe... I am worried the name is just too "date stamp" for this era.
I also want to avoid her being Chloe "LN".
I have some 'top 10' favourites and am trying to get myself to entertain some other less popular options.
I generally tend to prefer names that are the name you call the child rather than names with...
I've known you since you had her name picked and before you were even pregnant- so it's lovely to see her name finally used!
Welcome to the world.
June 5th, 2013, 12:23 AM
What I would point out is that as a young man he may choose to be Tom all by himself.
Personally I think Tom is a strong masculine name and there are by far worse options out there.
I am rather in love with Chloe still.
I know it is popular.
Chloe Eloise (family name: Louise)
Chloe Elizabeth (family name Eliza)
Chloe Joyce (family...
Edith nn Eadie.... LOVE
Eloise nn Lulu... LOVE
Eloise is very pretty. I love the nn Lulu.
Eloise Charlotte is a favourite of mine.
I love it.
In Australia we say the name as Bront-ee.
Bronte is a posh suburb in Sydney.
I think I get where you're coming from. A long frilly name for a child who may have intellectual or speech troubles may be harder for the child. I suspect a nickname would soon develop in this case....
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