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August 25th, 2014, 06:29 PM
DH: Blaze River Avery
DW: Cressida Alexandra Avery
DS: Dawson Elliott Avery
DS: Emmett Deveraux Avery
DD: Finleigh Atalaya Avery
DS/DS: Gunner Huckleberry Avery/ Huxley Sebastian...
August 23rd, 2014, 06:07 PM
I found it several years ago. I own the first version of Cool Names (I now have 2 versions) and I googled the other (Beyond) books and found the websites.
August 18th, 2014, 12:16 AM
Name your family, as many kids as you want, alliteratively with your last name. So the first, middle and last names all start with the same letter.
Keela Kaeda Kerenza Kennison
if I every adopted a Mexican daughter I'd love to call her "May Reina Corazon" (Mayan Queen of Hearts)
August 15th, 2014, 08:21 PM
I love Dylan for girl. On my list I have it as "Dylan Ava Marianna"!
You shouldn't feel pressured by society. Teach your daughter right from wrong and how to think critically and she'll be fine!
I love Lorelei! :)
Have you got any guilty pleasure Tryndeigh Names?
I love Kharringtyn! Lol! I don't care who knows it. I also really love Khali too.
personally, It feels recycled to me. There are names that I like that very similar or derivatives of other names, I'd only use one of them. To me, Livia is just Olivia without the O, it would be like...
Buster Ivo Hartigan
Hendrix Carver Dash
Huck Otis Darwin
Jack Leo Roscoe
Magnus Rex Levi
Bennett Alexander Hartley
Coby Atticus Branagan
Elliott Vin Dailey
Emmett Sebastian Deveraux
I don't like Michaela/ Mckayla/ MacKayla. I'm not a fan of Michelle either. These names were part of the discussion my friend & I were having.
I should point out that she's not naming her daughter...
My friend is due with another girl in about month. We were talking about names and the subject of boys names as girls names.
I generally like boys names as girls names, Dylan, Elliott, Avery etc....
March 18th, 2014, 01:28 PM
It's exactly the reason I put them together, as I mention before.
I doubt a daughter of mine would mind being called Taty Bear, my mum still calls me "Tori Rogue" and I'm nearly 26!
I really don't...
March 18th, 2014, 02:42 AM
I Love Indigo! It's been on my list since I was a little girl, it's probably the first name I truly loved. I don't like the NN Indy but if you really do love Indigo just do it! You only regret the...
considering the fact that in 2014 we fill most our forms in online, the number count doesn't really matter anymore, in 2032, when your daughter is 18, there may not be paper forms anymore, everything...
I prefer Amelia but it's a bit matchy with Olivia. I'm really not a fan of Josephine.
I think you'd be better off finding a name that doesn't have a strong "ia" ending or "L" and "V" sound.
March 18th, 2014, 01:03 AM
I'm glad you like them as a sibset! :)
Though I do love the story of Anastasia (even though it's not true) and Romanov history, I don't see them as exclusively Russian. Anastasia is actually Greek...
March 18th, 2014, 12:49 AM
I know a Charlotte and a Charlene who are known as Charlie.
I also know a Charlotte known as Charley.
I know 3 females called Charli, Charleigh and Charlee, these are their given names though, not...
March 18th, 2014, 12:39 AM
Tatyana is fast becoming a new favourite for me.
I used to have Tatiana as a FN back when I was a teenager. As the years went by and my list grew and was shuffled, it was allocated to MN territory...
March 16th, 2014, 05:28 PM
We are talking about Americans not Canadians so it's not about "North America" it's about "The United States of America".
My OP was about Americans not being able to see the differences in UK...
March 16th, 2014, 01:46 AM
I have a few American friends who did get free braces through their parent's dental plan, their parents were executives and lawyers. I didn't say anything about all Americans getting this kind of...
March 15th, 2014, 11:33 PM
I don't think it matters, both names are very well known.
The personalized stuff is easy nowadays, simply go online to one of the thousands of websites that personalize things and type the name...
March 15th, 2014, 10:39 PM
I know Americans and Canadians do occasionally say Aaron as ah-ron, because I've heard them and it surprised me. When I was in Florida when I was 14 and my brother was 11 and he spent the whole 2...
I've only heard of one child of an atheist called "Christian", I don't know if you've seen the YouTube video. The only other ways I could see an atheist naming their child Christian is if A) They are...
March 15th, 2014, 08:07 PM
lots of people sill emigrate to Australia, so I'd think the majority of Non native Australians (aboriginals) are the descents of 2nd/ 3rd/ 4th generation immigrants.
Another American pronunciation...
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