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September 9th, 2014, 01:54 AM
I'm Natalie Jean, but I would have been Jack Deon (Dee-ohn...my great-grandfather's name) if I had been a boy. I'm definitely not a Jack ;) If I could choose my male name, however, I would have...
I love old man names! Here are some of my favorites:
Arlo. Cute, chubby, blond toddler :)
July 27th, 2014, 01:58 PM
I would love to have at least 3, with 4 being ideal and 5 being the max. I'm the oldest of two and my sister and I are super close, basically best friends. I speak for both of us when we say that...
I love Agatha! Especially with the super cute nickname Aggie, although I like it a bit more with Agnes.
How about, for middles:
I like Adelina...so pretty!
What are people's thoughts on Ina alone? Could it work as a first name on its own?
I pronounce it like EE-na. Thank you for the suggestions!
Hello! So, lately, I've been crushing on the name Ina. It hit me hard and out of nowhere, as it's not really my style. But I can't get Ina off my mind!
I thought, as I generally opposed to...
A five year old boy who is kindhearted, bright, and has a mischievous streak to him. He is lanky and has strawberry blond hair, dark brown eyes, and a few freckles just underneath...
Boy? Hugh Michael Rowan
Girl? Lucy Elinor Jean
Girl, girl twins? Edith "Edie" Cecilia Anne & Millicent "Millie" Clara Rose
Boy,boy twins? Joseph Rufus Anthony & Patrick Eamon James
Sophia vs. Khaleesi
Emma vs. Imogen
Olivia vs. Charlotte
Isabella vs. Isla
Ava vs. Cora
Mia vs. Penelope
Emily vs. Violet
Abigail vs. Eleanor
I think for a girl, Frances is more commonly used and to me, would create less confusion. Francis seems very masculine to me. I like Edelweiss as a middle, but not as much with Francis/Frances,...
June 6th, 2014, 02:39 AM
I knew of a girl called Onestie. For the longest time, since I had only seen it on paper, I pronounced it O-Nes-tee. I had no idea that it was meant to be pronounced like Honesty until a year...
I love Constance! It, along with Honor, is one of my favorite virtue names.
Here are some possibilities:
May 27th, 2014, 01:41 AM
My first thought was Rowan. It has the ending they like and it has the nature vibe for the hubby. But it might be a stretch for the old man/hipster vibe. However, Rowan Atkinson is like 60 or...
May 27th, 2014, 01:33 AM
I actually really like Eloise with Leo and Augustin (though I prefer Augustine, with the added "e")! That is, however, if Eloise doesn't go by a nickname like "Lo" or "Lou" because then it might be...
May 26th, 2014, 08:11 PM
I'd be Spanish and name my daughter Leonor Anita. Or, I'd be Italian (which I speak a little bit, though not as well as I used to) and name my little girl Gemma Violetta.
I love Hugh, but I'm not that fond of Hugo.
Say: Hello Anya and George!
Think: I love George, but not with Larson (bad name associations for me), and I adore Cecily, though I'm neutral about Anya. It's definitely got more pep than Anne or...
Lily or Millie
Grace or Honor
Holly or Juniper
Penelope or Pippa
Sophia or Seraphina
Rhys or Reese
Jude or Jonah
Owen or Rowan
August or Julian
May 22nd, 2014, 02:30 AM
Bradford & Belle
Patrick & Caroline
Shane & Aoife
Malcolm & Lauren
Sam & Ella
Austen & Fitzgerald
Nora & Lewis
Alexander & Madison
Elsa & Hans
Say: Hello, Evie! Aren't you a cutie?!
Think: I love the nicknames Eve and Evie, but not Everly as much. I like Evelyn, or even just Eve, a lot better. But that's just my opinion. Everly Aurora...
May 20th, 2014, 04:25 AM
First off, I love your son's name! Edmund Henry is such a handsome name!
I think you could still go vintage/old man with a modern/trendy flair if you pick something as cool as Edmund (it's not...
Alexander: Very classic and wonderful in its proper form (not a fan of Alex or Xander when the proper name is so handsome!)
Benjamin: Very similar to Alexander, classic, though not as exciting. ...
May 13th, 2014, 11:51 AM
Oh, this is so tough! It's between:
Edith Cecilia Jean "Edie" and
Matilda Margaret Anna "Millie"
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