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Shadow Lorraine- This was surprising to see.
Anna Mariea- Mariea is not a typo, and I actually like it this way.
I know only three of them.
I know a little Zoey Addison. Love her name. Zoey Rose seems a little choppy and repetitive. Doesn't sound terrible.
Zoey Jade- love this! Even Zoey Jane!
Zoey Winter Or...
My moms nickname is Birdie. Full name is Roberta. She said she was nicknamed that when she was little by her aunt. My mom nicknamed me Dolly/Snow when I was little and my name is Shannon. It was in...
I can hear it as well.. I just don't know if I would have if I wasn't listening for it. Perhaps Rylan, Rylen, Riah/Ryah, or Rylie/Riley/Rylee/Ryleigh would still get you the same feel as Ryan without...
September 18th, 2014, 09:33 AM
Mason is a nice name. The only issue I have is that Kaden and Mason seem a little matchy due to but ending in similar sounds. Doesn't bother everyone, but I thought I'd point that out.
September 17th, 2014, 09:32 PM
Lovely choice! Marion is my grandmothers name as well. Such a lovely name. I like how Marin Clio sounds. I don't know how to explain it easily but to me when a name has a pause instead of complete...
Evie is a nice stand along name. A sweet vintage name that is making a comeback. I think the whole Evie is short for something is just a preference. It would be lovely either way. I know a little Eva...
I've always liked Nathaniel. It is a name that I don't see ever getting out of style.
How about the nicknames Neil, Tate, Thay, Than, Thaniel, and maybe a stretch but Niles.
September 16th, 2014, 04:35 PM
I really like Bree, Brynn, and Brienne out of your choices.
I have a feeling some of these aren't your style, but thought I'd give it a shot. Any marked with * I really like for you.
I think of the Beverly Hillbillies. Loved that show. I grew up watching reruns with my parents (late 1980s). Even with that association it isn't a "hill billy" name to me. It just isn't appealing. I...
September 16th, 2014, 03:42 PM
I mainly think of occupational names... But there some different ones too I think of as well....
I do like Indie/Indy! I prefer Indy for a boy because of Indiana Jones. I had a friend named India growing up. She was occasionally called Indie, although I think her mom spelled it as Indi. I have...
The only Theo's I've met were just Theo's- not short for Theodore.The only Theodore I met had the nn Teddy. I'm in the US. People will call your kid what you introduce him as. If they don't kindly...
I know a twelve year old named Susan and a two year old. One goes by Sue and the other Susie. I love it! I think tis a name that seems dated until you've met a little one with it. I had considered...
Ariadne- Aria (air-ee-ah)
Arabel- Bell/Ari/Ara (air-ee and air-ah)
Ivy- Ives/Vivi (vee vee)
September 15th, 2014, 01:41 PM
Willa to me fits in greatly with your kids names! Even Wilhelmina and Willow with the nn Willa. Although I love Willa on its own.
Josephine I think is getting really popular, but it also goes...
Hmm.. How about...
September 15th, 2014, 11:40 AM
My favorite out of your combinations is Penelope Louise.
Arabella Louise is my second choice. I personally prefer Arabel/Arabelle- I'm just "worn" out with all the -Bella names.
I've always loved Brooke. One of my favorite nature names. I prefer it over Brooklyn(n). The only ones I know are my age (mid to late twenties.)
Norma- Noor/Noore, Noemi, Normandy (would be neat in the middle spot, people use Ireland/Scotland/Paris/Italia why not Normandy?)
Kay- Kaylene, Kaylee, Cadence/Kadence, Kaylin
September 14th, 2014, 12:57 PM
I don't associate Dunkin Donuts with the name Duncan at all. I live in the US where there are some Dunkin Donuts, so I am familiar with the chain. The movie Wreck it Ralph sort of did, but I doubt it...
I think of Ivor Hugglemonster. He's the baby on the Disney Jr. TV show Henry Hugglemonster. I really like the name! When I first heard it when my daughter was watching the show I thought it was...
September 14th, 2014, 09:50 AM
I had already commented but we just got a new pet a couple weeks ago!
Now we have a Boston Terrier named Bowser, a tabby cat named Milo, a ferret named Rocky, and our newest member- a ferret named...
I've always loved Sawyer on a boy. I've been acquainted with three male Sawyer's- all their first names. I've never met anyone with Sawyer as their surname. I wasn't a big Lost fan, so I do not...
I like how it sounds as well. I think spelled as Job it'd get confused for the word job. But if you're okay with correcting people it's a nice name. I think spelling it as Jobe would be a nice...
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