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I don't think Leo and Lila are too close since they both have different sounds, however if you had a 3rd child, if it was me I'd want to find something that fits with Leo and Lila which might start a...
March 20th, 2015, 08:46 PM
March 20th, 2015, 08:39 PM
Oscar Theo Augustin - I love Oscar, it's one of my top names. I prefer Theodore but Theo is lovely. I like Augustin, but prefer the spelling Augustine. As a comibination I quite like this name, it...
Clementine Eloise & August Quinn
My uncle is Brian. My brother is Ryan. I thought it be interesting to continue the family trend.
Matilda Poppy and Walter Orion.
March 19th, 2015, 08:08 PM
I love Vivienne Story or Vivienne Fable, both Story and Fable are on my middle name list.
I also adore Liv for Olive. If I have a little Olive, and she one day doesn't like her name I love that she'll have the nickname Liv to fall back on.
March 19th, 2015, 04:36 PM
Olive & Sylvie.
I am set on Olive as the first name and Sylvia isn't a must, it's a family name that I'd like the maybe use. I do agree that Sylvia Olive sounds better. I might just have to save Sylvia for another...
Freya Juniper & Beau August.
Does this combination work?
Should I add a second middle name before or after Sylvia?
March 18th, 2015, 10:14 AM
Oliver John Arthur or Olive Reverie
Freyja Imogen & Caleb Thorin.
March 17th, 2015, 04:43 PM
Olive Reverie & Willa Darling.
Benedict Iver (this always catches my attention when I see it) & Sophia Odette.
I love Wilhelmina, and have considered it. However, I think I'd like to save Willa for a second daughter.
Margot Beatrix & Christopher Eben.
Alma. A book series I am reading has a character named Alma, and it's really made me fall in love with the name. I love old fashioned names, so this fits in perfectly with my style.
Wow. I'm actually very surprised that Olive Nightingale is in the lead. I thought it'd be the choice that people like the least.
Claire & Violet are both on my list, despite the fact that they are both in the top 100. Emma is one of my absolute favourites but I wouldn't use because of popularity. A few more that I like are...
March 15th, 2015, 07:19 PM
@millia I love Theodore Caspian Grey.
Claire. I'd use this to honour my great grandfather who was named Clarence, so the Clare spelling would make sense, however it seems incomplete to me.
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