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July 21st, 2015, 01:36 PM
I think there's a ton of leeway with middles, and especially when you're talking using family/surnames. Go for it! I wouldn't think it was odd at all, and I'm not someone who's usually a fan of...
I wouldn't put the commas. In several years of working for university admissions, I've found that punctuation in names tends to cause headaches with paperwork and computer systems--they're just not...
Evangeline! It's my favorite girl's name right now, but I can't get hubby on board.
May 25th, 2015, 03:42 PM
Congratulations on your beautifully named daughter!
May 25th, 2015, 03:39 PM
Shilo, I know how long you have been waiting and I am so thrilled for you! Welcome to the world, Foster!
May 25th, 2015, 01:19 PM
Eloise is in there with the other old-fashioned, slightly fusty names that have suddenly become popular, like Frances and Beatrice. It's impossible for them to seem truly "trendy" in the way that a...
I don't think Arrow is popular enough for most to make the connection. Plus, those names are all somewhat common--it's not quite the same as naming your child Hermione--and I think too common to be...
May 19th, 2015, 07:59 PM
If you had to name your baby after a color what would he/she be called? Blanche Eleanor
If you had to name your baby after a favourite literary character? Scarlett Vivienne
If you had to name...
I was also hoping for an Eleanor, although there are a couple young European princesses with similar names -- Infanta Leonor of Spain, Princeess Leonore of Sweden.
I far prefer Charlotte to some...
Very pretty, if predictable. But then again, so was George. I don't really see them branching out with any future babies--I think that William and Catherine both like solid classics.
On a side...
April 24th, 2015, 05:47 PM
Miles --- Mila
Evangeline --- Evander
Adela --- Aiden
Gabriela --- Gabriella
Derek & Laura
DS: Shepherd Miles
DD: Evangeline Ruth
We'd like one of each gender, but speaking realistically, I have back up names in case we have two of the same gender: Adela Selene and...
April 20th, 2015, 09:33 PM
Honestly, I think that even if Kate weren't a duchess she would have still picked a name like George. You've got Catherine Elizabeth, Philippa Charlotte, and James William on her side of the...
I love Liv, and I've never met one (neither have I met an Olivia who actually consistently goes by Liv, other than as the occasional nickname).
It's super sleek, and I agree, looks great with a...
DH: Oberon Zephyr Martell, of Dorne
DW: Seline Everlyn Tully, of the Riverlands
DS: Cedric Lyonel
DS: Theo Lorent
DD: Margaery Shireen
DS/DS: Hugh Osmund & Arthur Tyrion
Martha - 2
I initially read it as a misspelling of "Arthur." After thinking about it, I wonder if it's a invented "smoosh" type name, like a cross between Anthony and Arthur.
I think that's a good choice -- as a middle, there's less concern about mispronunciation.
I also would pronounce it like Oberon, but I suspect the average (American, at least) would be likely to...
April 5th, 2015, 07:21 PM
Adela | Arthur
Beatrix | Basil
Camille | Christian
Delia | Declan
Evangeline | Emmett
Fleur | Francis
Georgia | Graham
Helena | Hugh
Ivy | Isaac
Josephine | Jacob
April 5th, 2015, 06:58 PM
These aren't necessarily "unique," but I think hit that sweet spot of being recognizable without seeming common.
Evangeline Ruth & Adela Selene
Shepherd Miles & Gabriel James
Shepherd Miles & Evangeline Ruth
March 31st, 2015, 11:36 AM
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