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I really love both Edmund and Frederick. They are both solid, classic choices. I ended up voting for Edmund, but I love both equally. I also really like Desmond, but not as much as Frederick or...
November 24th, 2014, 11:17 PM
It is a bit rhyme-y for me, but since you love Lacie so much I think you should still use it. The rhyming isn't too bad. I wouldn't give up my favorite name because that. Having a rhyme-y name is...
November 24th, 2014, 10:16 PM
I don't really have a pattern with letters but I guess I could do A or E:
I'd use it. Your styles may change after baby 1 and you many not like those quirky boy names anymore. And if it is a classic name like James, most names sound alright with it, even Orion and...
November 24th, 2014, 10:01 PM
Dimitri is my favorite, I've had it on my list since I started making lists 4 years ago. Most berries don't really like it though.
I LOVE the name Audrey. I think it is sweet and timeless and classy. I wish I could use it!
This exactly. I have lots of similar sounding names on my list, and I love them all, but I...
November 24th, 2014, 12:42 AM
I love Elizabeth. I have it on my list too. I think she is beautiful, classic, timeless, elegant. I love how much history it has. Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorites so I love the...
I love both Audrey Kate & Liora Maple. They are both simple and beautiful. I also think they'd make a great sibset.
I did this on another site and it went well so I'm going to try it again with you Berries. I want to see how the Berry taste differs from the other site's taste.
So, can you tell me your top three...
I've been digging Gus. Just Gus. I already have Augustus on my list but right now I'm liking Gus on its own. Do you think Gus is acceptable for a full first name?
November 23rd, 2014, 11:44 PM
My favorite name for Addy (I prefer Addie spelling myself) is Ariadne. But I like Adeline and most of the other Addie names (like Adelaide, Adelaida, Adelina, etc)
November 23rd, 2014, 04:38 PM
Emmeline/Emmaline- I pronounce them the same- Em-uh-leen
Helena- I usually say Hel-ay-nuh, but I also say Hel-en-uh...
November 22nd, 2014, 08:14 PM
Such a beautiful name! I wish all children got names as beautiful as your kids!
My friends have names the late 1990s
Nathan (his name is Nathaniel nn Nate, but I refuse to call him either of those)
I prefer Reagan on a boy. But I like the name.
I have on my list:
Zoe is my favorite name, as it is my grandmother's name. I think Zoe is beautiful. Both spellings Zoey & Zooey look wrong to me and spelling them so seems redundant. If you are afraid of the Zo...
November 18th, 2014, 08:21 PM
I think James Paul flows better but I think I like Paul more. But I like JP better. Ugh. I'm going to say James Paul just because I like the flow and it is my dad's name. But both are great...
I'll do my top 5 for each gender:
Zoe- Rank 31
Selene- Not in the top 1000
Thalia- Rank 848
Lilia- Rank 909
Jane- Rank 355
Dimitri- Not in the top 1000
Augustus- Rank 688
Jude- Rank 162
November 16th, 2014, 07:59 PM
I think all of them are usable except Pimpernel. Rochester is especially nice IMO.
I mean, it would bug me personally, knowing that they are the same name. So I wouldn't do it. But really, most people don't know their the same name, so its fine. It took me a minute to get it...
I have a friend name Noor. She wears it really well. It sounds mysterious and almost sexy, but at the same time happy (maybe because the Noor I know is happy all the time). I also really like it...
November 16th, 2014, 06:10 PM
I don't hate the name Baylor. I have a friend who really wants to go to that school next year. I can see the appeal of the name, but wouldn't use it myself. I prefer Taylor myself.
November 16th, 2014, 04:05 PM
I only talk about names with my close friends either: don't really care for names but think its cute that I like them, or they are kind of interested in names too. Only a couple of people in my life...
November 16th, 2014, 12:11 PM
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