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I love Felicity and think Clara totally works, but i also think these would go well with Henry and Peter.
Heath or Briar are good bets. If you want to get creative with flower names that aren't used as girl names, maybe
Can i just say that i LOVE Felicity and Annika?
October 12th, 2014, 10:09 PM
Apologies if I'm repeating other suggestions...
Instead of Alice or Elise, what about Alyse or Elisa?
Vera and Estelle are too blue-haired for me to get past, and Celeste is pretty but...
If I was a boy, i would have been Yosef: if DH had been a girl, he would have been Aviva - which is my name!
I have 2 girls, and we were ready to use the same male name for both of them: Yochanan...
I honestly think any of these names would work now. They don't scream of a particular era or setting, no obvious common sounds that make them sound gimmicky or contrived (-lyn anyone?). They're...
Going by your apparent love of Irish music, what about
Minor differences in spelling are really just minor differences in spelling when it comes to some languages: Ukrainian is written with different characters than Polish, so some names get spelled out...
October 6th, 2014, 12:03 AM
Isadora for sure! I do not get Theodora.
October 5th, 2014, 01:20 AM
Joanna Rose 'JoJo'
Jacob David 'Jay'
Thomas John 'TJ'
October 5th, 2014, 01:16 AM
Annie/Anny? Or even Anna. I do think Bryn sounds more polished than Brittany though.
I love it, i totally go for Scottish guy names. Inness is another possible spelling, maybe makes the pronunciation a little more obvious.
My 4 year old has a classmate named Ashley (and one named Courtney!). I think it's pretty for a girl, don't like it on a guy.
I do love Laura, but Lauren is great - and Wren as a nn definitely freshens it up, if someone feels that it needs freshness. But i'm not one to care about datedness if i think a name is attractive...
Totally fine, I think it's sweet. FWIW I'm Jewish and in my community it's very common for people to name their kids something very obviously connected to a holiday that they're born near. If my...
Love it - I like Gabrielle, Gabriella, or the Hebrew Gavriella, which is my daughter's name. I spell her obvious nn as Gaby - that one was what I liked best, it looks a little less adjectival that...
I love Heather, but the combination doesn't quite do it for me. Nothing wrong with it, but it could use a little more oomph. I like the suggestions of Maeve or Ophelia for the middle.
I like either of those. If you want more ideas though...
Poll: I like Lulu or Luli.
I like Lulu or Luli.
June 25th, 2014, 11:59 PM
They're all sort of epically masculine, yet sensitive.
Kellen is awesome. I like Hudson with it, but Hudson Huffer kind of grates on my ears. Have you been considering anything else?
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