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Haven for me. It's trendy and I generally am not big on word names. But I love this for a girl or a boy.
Congrats, what a beautiful name. I love seeing Rose as a first name and Clementine is so fun. Your children are lucky kiddos, all have such classy names.
Lovely name, congrats:)
Yesterday, 12:53 PM
Well I don't know about being "traditionally" girls. But here are some unisex ones that I think or perceive to be more often on girls, but I like for boys:
This seems a bit mean spirited, particularly for the holiday, but my Chirstmas wish is no more baby Rykers. Ryker is gaining popularity where I live. It hurts my ears.
It seems a bit if a stretch to me but hey, it might catch on :) I love Alexandra and LOVE Sasha so I love this idea
I don't classify my style as hippie at all. In fact I almost didn't click on the thread cause I don't have a lot of interest in this style. But there are some awesome names here!
I recently met a...
I would chose Warren over Owen. The popularity of Owen has made me a bit bored or it. Warren is growing on me recently too.
Well Lyla and Layla are really close to me. I do lump them into the same name. I have met a handful of each In the past say six months, and i can say I can't distinguish who was who. One of the moms...
December 22nd, 2014, 07:42 PM
For sure no. They don't really rhyme to me. it doesn't sound like you are close or spending a lot of time together, so even if you feel like they rhyme it won't be really a daily issue or something....
December 22nd, 2014, 07:25 PM
I love the names on the list. None of them I dislike so that's not helpful for you. My favs are violet, Christine, Pearl , Rose and Susan.
December 19th, 2014, 10:34 PM
I did not find out the sex with our first and will not with any future babes. This is always a hot topic with my group if friends lol. Point blank I just hate when people say oh but im planner I have...
I voted Edwin but I torn between that and Felix. I like Felix with your other kids. Hazel, Olive and Felix is just so cute.
We have had it on our list too. It's getting closer and closer to the top. But now I'm also wondering about using it too. It's not popular where I live at all. Classics and old man names are not...
I love Marion. Its sweet and classic to me. I also think of the disney Robin Hood movie when I hear it. I think it ages well and is well-known without being boring and overdone.
I just don't see...
I'm really not a fan of the matching initial kids thing. It comes off as cheesy to me. But that's just me. A lot of people here love it.
I don't think having two kids with O means you are locked...
I'd be thrilled to meet a little Joy. I personally prefer it in the middle spot though. I think it sounds fresh.
I only know two as well. Both fifties. So while I only know Joys from a specific...
December 14th, 2014, 01:20 PM
William Geoffrey or Francis would be cute.
I think it's awesome they are avoiding another E name, too cheesy having more than two of the same initial in my opinion.
I think Kate certainly honours them both. It's a lovely middle. I also quite like Kathleen but understand not everyone does. I would stick with Kate rather than katelyn. But that's just my own taste.
Bella is pretty on its on. I would vote for Bella over the two longer versions. Rose as a first would be goregous
I don't like Br to start or anywhere in A name. I don't mind the k or hard c at the beginning but not a fan of it ending or even in the middle. For example Breccan is the worst name imagineable.
December 9th, 2014, 08:02 PM
And this is the real world unfortunately.
These names are in keeping with names I am seeing everyday working in a children's hospital. Some of them make my eyes hurt.
joesiff, oasis, surrender...
I don't hink Edward James is boring at all. I am in the very small minority I guess who thinks Eddie is cute.
I really like Edward James and Oscar James equally. I'm having a really hard time...
Miles and Grant.
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