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Django and Graham
Theo and Dashiell
Thor, Kai, and Pelle
Benjamin and Althea
Fabian and Gideon
Andromeda, Bellatrix, and Narcissa
Myrtle: I wish I liked this name more, it seems very old fashioned and somewhat nasal, but might be cute on a little kid. Honestly, I like the way it looks, but I have trouble imagining it on a...
Is there an option for uh-dell-ee-a?
I love the name Luna, and the name Eleanor, but could one be used as a nickname for the other, and are both getting too common?
June 14th, 2014, 10:16 AM
To begin, you have such great taste in names! Secondly, I think Finnegan, Gideon, Penelope, and Aspen go pretty well. It's true that Aspen is a different naming style, but it somehow manages to line...
I think Leo Swan sounds very cool; the names run together a bit but it makes them rhythmic-sounding. Brody Swan is okay but there's a lot of contrast between Brody, which is a very masculine name,...
I think Casper is definitely usable. I really doubt he'd be teased by kids his own age, because I don't think anyone below a certain age would have heard of the friendly ghost, and I hope that he...
Theo E_le blurs together a little--the o sound with the e sound. The flow isn't perfect, but nor is it awful, and the more you say his name, I reckon the better it'll sound. If you love a name, use...
Love Reed--the nature connection, the look of it. I think you could very well find another name, if need be, that fit in, that doesn't necessarily have to have double letters. I think Reed and Emma...
June 11th, 2014, 08:57 PM
I love it.
I don't think so, I think it is considered an old man name but those can be very dear on little kids . . . I wasn't aware of stupid guy associations, at least. I like it.
If you are born in November-December: You have three kids, two boys and one girl. Their first names should be popular unisex names and their middle names should be uncommon, but not too uncommon.
I'm delighted to announce the birth of Leonidas Starhawk, youngest of nine. His brothers and sisters are Absalom Kieran (19), Hazel Caledonia (17), Thisbe Abilene (14), Gulliver Horatio (11),...
June 10th, 2014, 04:46 PM
Sylvia - Ravenclaw
Edith - Hufflepuff
Agatha - Gryffindor
Priscilla - Slytherin
James, Frederick, Lewis, and Henry
Eleanor Gannet was born yesterday, welcomed by her sister Louisa Sage, age 3, our Lou. Welcome, Elea!
I'm very sorry that's how it came across! I love the names you put down quite a lot, some of them are my absolute favorites. I was just looking around for some more awesomeness. Things can come...
Can anyone think of unusual, less classic names as well?
May 17th, 2014, 11:18 AM
I agree completely! We can agonize over whether a name is too masculine or too feminine . . . but in the end, it's the kid who decides what they're going to turn out like.
I'm looking for a girls' name that's tough, beautiful, and uncommon all at the same time. Understandably, that's hard to find!
My last name starts with F and ends with -er.
I love the nickname Fred, but can't decide on Alfred or Frederick? What do you think?
April 26th, 2014, 09:37 PM
William Coleman Stillwell flows a little bit better.
William Roby Stillwell is more distinctive--as William is not exactly a unique name, you might want your son to have a spicier option at some...
To me, the names seem very classic, lovely, and substantial enough, but quite common. A Katherine won't feel like she has a unique name by any means, and nor is the name particularly spicy, but that...
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