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I know your boys have very classic, familiar names (I love them!) but I think Marlowe is your most stunning girl option. I think it goes best with Luke and Logan, actually. A tiny bit boyish but 100%...
I was just wondering if any of you knew anything about this name -- I like looking at the most uncommon recorded baby names in the US, and Zulie was given to five girls in 2014. I think it's super...
My favorite would be Andrew, nickname Drew. Aodhan close second.
I also like Amias, Anson, Archer, Arlo, Asher, Auden, Augustine, Autry, and Avery.
I think Cormac is my favorite full, but Jameson is lovely and Jem is adorable, so Jameson. :)
Having less than no association with the name, I think it's stunning. But I think it'd be far better as a middle name, assuming that a lot of people do have an association and it might be a good idea...
So I'm liking this combo -- not for a baby of my own, obviously, but playing with names is therapeutic sometimes. xD
Thoughts? Does it sound too much like Jacqueline?
Kyla, only ever Kyla. I'm not a fan, honestly, but for no real reason. I think it's a perfectly nice name -- I prefer Kylee, honestly, if only because I tend to prefer names with a more Irish sound...
LOVE love love. One of my first favorite names. Personally I have no association with the film (though I've of course heard of it) and while when I bring it up I have had people bring it up, I don't...
October 16th, 2015, 04:32 PM
I've become less concerned with name popularity over the years (although Sadie's jump and Maisie's appearance on the top 1000 in this last year were exceptions, I guess!), and Charlotte is...
October 14th, 2015, 07:26 PM
I think it could work, but he'd have to fight strong associations. The university, David Duke, it being more of a puppy name, etc. I appreciate the sentiment, but it might be hard to grow up Duke.
As far as nicknames go, I'm really generous. With a nickname like Rae, I think you could justifiably nickname any girl with a name starting with an R. Also important to consider, names that begin...
So this is kind of my style right now, but I know that title is pretty vague, so allow me to elaborate on what that means to me; generally two syllables, ending in an -i/-ie/-y for the most part...
All lovely, so I have to be difficult about my answer. xD
Edie is by far my favorite nickname of the group, but Lydia Isobel is the best as a whole in terms of flow. Mary Aveline a close second,...
September 26th, 2015, 08:43 PM
G: Sadie Jane Eleanor
B: Ronan Christopher Levi
Beautiful names. I love how they match and maintain their distinctiveness. They're going to be an impressive set of brothers, no doubt. :) Congratulations!
I wish I came across more Siena's. Such a pretty name -- and Jane is my all-time favorite middle name. I'd be calling that baby by her full name so much, haha. Congrats!
Four, at least.
May 29th, 2015, 08:39 PM
Just out of curiosity, I wanted to know!
Certainly I'd think very few of you would like those truly unique spellings, but I'm talking minor ones that aren't "wrong", necessarily, but aren't...
If Jane Ivy were, anything in front of Ivy would be. I don't think it is at all. Although I might be biased, because I would have no problem with my name sounding like Blue Ivy, despite the famous...
Now I know a lot of you, maybe most of you, aren't into these, and neither am I generally, but I'm thinking about them today. I've somewhat recently discovered that while I don't particularly like...
My policy tends to be name your kid whatever you like (I recently was disgusted at obnoxious comments about the name Jayden, because while I would never use it, really, are you better than that woman...
April 3rd, 2015, 03:44 AM
April 3rd, 2015, 03:38 AM
Love: Violet, Katharine, Finn
Like: Anna, Lyla, Paisley
Lose: Meredith, Vanessa, Louisa
Violet, Katharine, Finn, Anna, Lyla, Paisley, Elowen, Leslie, Chloe
No. I would do Parker, though.
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