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James Alexander. Not a fan of Edison.
Julia Catherine (me)
Marylou (Molly) Elizabeth
Jessica (Jess) Lee
November 16th, 2014, 04:56 PM
Rowan or Avery
Boys' names are easier for me, since I like simple names and I have pretty conservative taste and the traditional/Biblical sources tend to have more simple boys' names. A lot of girls' names are...
November 16th, 2014, 01:08 PM
Ava Grace: this is a very popular combination, but for good reason. both names are gorgeous, and they go well together. If you're willing to know a lot of other Avas and probably even more than one...
November 16th, 2014, 12:54 PM
November 16th, 2014, 12:50 PM
Aoife is by far my favorite, but I also quite like Saoirse.
August all the way. Abraham is either hopelessly Biblical or hopelessly historical to me, although it does have a nice sound. It's a bit too formal, clunky, overwrought. Abram is much more suited to...
Ah, I find boys' names easier so this gender imbalance is not playing to my strengths.
I absolutely love the name Hope, it is so simple, meaningful, and gorgeous. It also works so well with your other girls' names. Beautiful choice, and congratulations on your third daughter.
For some reason I immediately thought "Roger." I don't know why, but Joy and Roger seem perfect to me. Maybe it's the shared O sound, maybe I'm subconsciously channeling the concept of the Jolly...
November 3rd, 2014, 07:18 PM
November 3rd, 2014, 06:53 PM
I love Catherine Lilac as is but I'm going to give you some triple-headers anyway.
Catherine Lucrezia Lilac
Catherine Louisa Lilac
Catherine Amalia Lilac
Catherine Cynthia Lilac
I like Moses with your girls
I love both the name and the nickname.
Johanna is on my list as a family honor name, and I am iffy about it because of pronunciation, but I think Johannes might have less trouble, if only because...
Poll: I love James Hugh
I love James Hugh
I think Kate is a gorgeous name, one of the best Katherine nicknames. I think it's greatly improved by having the full name to fall back on, though, since Katherine/Catherine (I personally prefer the...
I like Morgana. It's similar to Morwenna but not as dark-sounding, and I think it sounds better with Waverly due to the lack of repetitive W sound.
October 9th, 2014, 11:27 PM
Callie--I don't like it, but I certainly don't loathe it
October 9th, 2014, 11:24 PM
Theodore Mason or Jeremy Francis?
I like Salem, Jory, Booker, Hawthorn, and Alban. Wren is alright although I prefer it on a girl. Revel and Elior are interesting and nice sounding. The others are a bit too odd for my taste.
The most interesting in our family are:
Collett (on a boy)
Day (male first name)
We also have a George Day, son of the original Day, who went by G.D. and...
September 20th, 2014, 01:41 PM
Violet: Has a beautiful, slightly exotic sound and makes me think of the very pretty flowers. 8/10
Maeve: GORGEOUS. I like Mae, but this has a bit of edge and twist on it, while still soft in sound....
Just using the ones from my signature:
Robert: Robbie or Bobby or Robin--I like some things about all three, but I still like plain Robert best.
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