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I like long, galloping middles (and if I were to get more specific, I'd say that musically speaking I prefer 4 syllable middles with the accent on the second syllable) with Grace:
September 8th, 2014, 10:12 PM
1) Theodora or Elodie
2) Sophia, Flora, or Helena
3) Teddy (as nn for Theodora)
4) Mirabelle or Cordelia
6) Lottie, Tillie, or Maggie
(with honorable mentions to Rose and Lucy)
August 21st, 2014, 11:38 PM
August 21st, 2014, 11:16 PM
Lucy is great! I do like Lucy River, but I'd personally want a longer middle between the two-syllabled first and last names. I love the suggestion of Lucy Azalea.
How about (all a little...
July 31st, 2014, 12:37 PM
Best Name in the US Top 100: Sophia
Best "Vintage" Name: Theodora
Best Unisex Name: Sasha
Best Flower Name: Flora
Best Name Outside the US Top 1000: Cordelia
Best Name From a Book:...
Boys. . .
I highly recommend using turmeric--the bright yellow-orange spice used in Indian cooking. It has a zillion health benefits and is anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory. You can buy it in...
Charlotte is really sweet. For me, Charlotte Bronte is a dominant association, so if I saw Charlotte ____ Jane, I would likely think of the novel, and I'd wonder if the parents chose the name...
An ally all the way!
I know she really loved her own name: Caroline Margot (I think with some people she went by Caroline, with others by Margot, and she liked the names together and separately)
Yes, very lovely. Thank you, blade!
June 10th, 2014, 10:47 PM
So sorry to hear this. Rollo and family, I wish you all the healing imaginable.
I need a name of indisputable and breathtaking beauty, and by indisputable I mean if even one out of one hundred people on this board find any fault with it whatsoever, I will not be able to use it;...
My husband and I are looking for a name for our second baby, a little girl, due this fall. Our first daughter is four months old (yes, I know, we're too fertile for our own good!) and is named...
To the poster who wanted to name her child Daisy: You do realize that it's the 198th most popular name in the country right now, don't you? Do you want your daughter to be like one of 5 Daisys in...
Hello and congrats! I have an 8.5 year old Sophia. For alternatives, do you like Zosia? Contains some of the same sounds as Josephine as well . . . I also love pp's suggestion of Fiona.
I'm hoping to get a few thoughts in before the thread closes. I was not friends with her at all, but I feel sad for those who were and who consequently feel betrayed.
For me she was both...
You might like Issey Miyaki's l'Eau d'Issey. It's light but not too sweet, cucumber and mixed floral, I think, nothing so strong or distinct as jasmine or gardenia. I think Annick...
Leilani is not made up. It's a Hawaiian name and a fairly common one at that.
August 27th, 2013, 11:31 PM
Okay, a few more C names just in case they haven't yet been suggested or thought of:
And these are sort of random:
I often feel the same way! I know it's not meant personally, but I often feel a pang of rejection when my own or (worse) my daughter's name (Sophia) is trashed (or, in my case, if parents who choose...
August 25th, 2013, 11:02 PM
Some of the names that for whatever reason struck me as potentially bridging your tastes begin with a C, which I know you hoped to avoid, but:
Cassia (second pp's suggestion above)...
I took an SSRI during my first two trimesters of pregnancy and weaned off during the third trimester because at time (my daughter is now 7 and a half, so 8 years ago) there was some...
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