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September 25th, 2015, 12:27 AM
About what I was expecting.. It's got that hipster/boho feel to it. Not a huge fan, but it's not terrible.. And better than James! ;)
Thanks so much for your suggestions! I like Bay Isabelle and Bay Delilah.
It gets tempting.. but I know myself, though.. it would drive me bonkers if they didn't "fit" well. :?
I like the sound, would certainly prefer Grayson or even Gracen. Those -yn endings look misspelled and way too 'trendy' for me.
September 3rd, 2015, 03:02 AM
Love: Arya, Betsy, Gracie
Like: Flora, Eleanora, Piper
Lose: Amelia, Claire, Thea
Arya, Betsy, Gracie, Flora, Eleanora, Piper, Amelia, Claire, Thea, Leighton, Esther, Summer
Our front-runner girl name is Arden Caroline. Arden has been my favorite girl name since I was 16, and it's still my favorite, leaps and bounds beyond any other. I love that it's simple, strong, but...
How interesting! Can't wait to see your results.
I'm an INFP.
1. Arden Caroline
2. Bay Beatrice
3. Alice Clementine
4. Pauline Titania
5. Grace Aurelia
August 29th, 2015, 01:53 AM
I like names like Felicity, Brynn, Fiona, and Pippa.
Hubby likes names like Gwendolen, Eve, and Juliet.
The names you both like feel very "fresh" to me, (also getting an Aussie vibe).. based on...
DH: Patterson Lysander Noble
DW: Bay Beatrice Noble
DS: Sander Fox Noble
DD: Winslet Faye Noble, "Winnie"
DS: Crew Falcon Noble
DS/DD: Bauer Rowan / Sutton Bluebell Noble
May 30th, 2015, 11:54 PM
I was a bit surprised, but like it! Love the meaning of the middle, "pleasure, delight, to seem well."
Elodie Snow is so girly, sweet, and precious! LOVE IT.
Remy Charlotte / Charlotte Remy
Fifer is one of my new favorites which feels very outdoorsy to me!
September 20th, 2013, 12:50 AM
Arden Caroline, Remy Charlotte, Rowan Marianne
Crew Isaac, August William, Lincoln Edward
.. or some combination thereof!
Yay for George! I'm actually kind of surprise by Alexander, and by only two middles.
Love it. Thanks for the input, guys!
Roman Xerxes is pretty bad@ass, I must say. I love it!
It feels so strong - makes me think of a Gladiator.
July 10th, 2013, 01:35 AM
To me, I find Daniel/Danny common, popular, and non-exciting. I grew up with a number of Daniel's in my class, etc.
I would call names like John, Jack, and Henry timeless and classic.
DBF and I were actually talking about this not too long ago.. we were discussing Kristen Bell's daughter Lincoln, and I commented that I actually really liked Lincoln for a boy, specifically the nn...
July 10th, 2013, 01:27 AM
Hudson Grant sounds so dashing!
DD: Arden Caroline
DD: Charlotte Remy
DS: Crew Isaac
DS: August Noah
Rhett Maverick.. I love whimsical/sassy middle names!
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