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I actually love Everdeen, and I agree that she's a good role model for girls. :) So I don't think there's anything wrong with getting too fangirlish with this one, and I don't think that Everdeen is...
Teacher: Melanie Rachel
Ashcroft, Viola Summer
Brennan, Nicola Jasmine
Elms, Cerys Georgia
Hill, Elodie Sarah
Johnson, Imogen Lucy
Kilpatrick, Catherine Grace
Lane, Olivia Jayne
DH: Rudyard Flynn
DW: Nerida Charlotte
DS: Gideon Birch
DD: Ondine Sunniva
DS: Osborne Rhys
I actually think Juliette flows wonderfully with Moore, and I'm not reminded of Julianne Moore. That definitely isn't my first thought, and I didn't even consider it until you mentioned it, actually....
I too prefer Freya, but only the tiniest bit over the spelling Frida. They're both gorgeous names imo, so if you're leaning towards Frieda, I say go for it. But again, the Frieda spelling is not as...
I like it quite a lot. I think it's a fairly usable/accessible because of the popularity of Norah/Nora, so I don't think there'd be a lot of trouble with it. It has a strong, solid feel to me, but...
November 15th, 2014, 09:37 PM
The names that go best with Ivy and Trace:
I love Cosima, and Avalon is beautiful. Thallo is super interesting!
Cosima Faith (I actually find this very pretty)
This is a stunning combo, I say go for it! I think Lilah goes beautifully with her siblings, and I also much prefer Lilah over Talia anyways.
Definitely a winner.
November 14th, 2014, 11:18 AM
This is absolutely lovely, as is your Marnie's full name. :) I love Marnie - it's so nice to see it being used! Iris and Marnie sound wonderful together.
Iris Marlowe Rose is just one of those...
DS1: Orion Clarke
DD1: Rosalie Abigail
DS2: Gabriel Cyrus
DD2: Poppy Tabitha
It isn't necessarily too pretentious or anything - but the sound is unpleasant to me. I agree that it reminds me of mayo, haha. It just doesn't sound "right" if you ask me, in the way that (for...
I really like Fenna! I've never heard of it before, but it's very sweet, short and beautiful. I think there's a really endearing quality about it. The meaning is also nice.
You have such gorgeous names/combos! I'm not really sure about your particular style, but I'll go off what you have in your post and in your signature. :)
Drusilla Mabel Hermione
I also say it rosa-lind. I assume that it's supposed to be said à la Rosamund, with the ROZ sound instead of the ROSE sound. However, I've always said Rosalind the way you do and I think I like the...
Love the idea of this. I also like it on a girl. It's super cool sounding, and I think it's got something really fresh/exciting about it. I like the nn Olie, but I'm not really into Lee or Andy.
I personally find Theodora to be extremely charming, although I'm not completely in love with it myself. However, it's a solid, lovely name, and there's no reason I can think of not to use it -...
I think it's fairly pretty. Probably not something I'd personally use, but regardless, I find it to be pleasing in sound/look. It probably appeals to me because I like Julia, Julina, Julian, July...
Joseph - I've always thought it was a solid, handsome, simple name. I'm a big fan of classic boy names, so I'm a fan, although it definitely isn't a name I usually think twice on simply because it's...
Agreed that I like both but prefer Lucien just a tad more. I love the -en ending though. I think it's really handsome and fresh.
I love Arthur Lucien Felix. It's absolutely wonderful. Not sure...
I like Spring, and honestly I think if it's a mn there's not going to be a big deal. Middle names are rarely ever heard/used by other people so that's where I'd put the names that are little offbeat...
November 8th, 2014, 09:22 AM
DW: Leontine Cora Mullins
DH: Magnus James Mullins
DD: Gin Hermione Mullins
DS/DD: Augustine Rhys Mullins / Midori Imogen Mullins
DS: Felix Theodoor Mullins
DD: Salome Nessa...
Leo is really cute. I prefer a full version of Leonard/Leonardo/Leopold/etc. but Leo itself is strong and definitely pleasant. :)
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