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July 12th, 2013, 08:57 PM
Don't let these other nerdberries get you down, Hadley is a gorgeous name-- popular or not.
Harper's nice too, but Hadley definitely sounds the best with Renee.
July 9th, 2013, 08:43 PM
Violet, for sure.
Vivian sounds harsh to me.
July 9th, 2013, 08:40 PM
I'm really not loving any of these names with David and Caroline. I think they're almost "too classic."
Here are some other names you might consider:
Roman Xavier. Hands down.
July 7th, 2013, 02:02 AM
Here are some quick ideas:
Sansa Lucienne (because you liked Olivine)
Sansa Simone (Love the sound of these two together)
Sansa Prim (Though Prim is more or less synonymous with...
I really like Elle, Rory, and Poppy! All adorable names.
As for middle names, I love Liv and have always had a soft spot for Kate as well. Quinn's pretty rad too.
Best of luck to you! x
Arabella is a sassier Isabella, IMO.
It's definitely regal, but it has some fire/spunk to it. I really like it-- especially, with the nickname Ari. Adorable!
As for her middle name, I would...
I love both names! If I had to choose one, though, I'd say Arwen.
Especially, if the gorgeous Winter is going to be reduced to a mere "Winnie."
I love Nemera! It's so unique/intriguing and goes perfectly with Wilde.
Love Rose names and while Rose will always be my numero uno, I'm also quite fond of Rosalie, Rosalind, Rosaline, Rosemarie, and Roselle.
Caterina- Not my style, but it's okay. Though, I prefer the Katarina spelling.
Raphaela/Raffaela- My favorite! So...
Dominic, definitely. Way better nn potential too.
You get both Dom and Nic where with Donovan you really only get the sad, 30 something-year-old "Don."
Callista- I, personally, cannot stand this name. It feels cold to me, pretentious, and vain.
Lydia- Pretty! My favorite of the four.
Vivienne- I love the look of this name, but I never could...
I love Benjamin, Liam, and Leo.
Maxwell's cute too!
June 30th, 2013, 11:37 PM
I'm not a fan of the double middle name. I think, if you want to honor your husband's father, you should just take what you can from Derek and not saddle your child with two middle names-- especially...
Some names I thought might work for you:
Freya is lovely! I absolutely adore Freya.
Unfortunately, I don't share the same affection for Greta. It's better than Gretchen, but not by much. Also, the only name association I have with it is...
Yes, I would probably assume their full names were Lucas and Jacob, but who cares what I "assume?"
If a boy introduced himself to me as Luke, I'd call him Luke. Even if I "assumed" his full name...
Just reminds me of Ireland Baldwin.
Also, doesn't quite "go" with the rest of your daughters' names.
Grey, for sure. Seems more put together and name-ish.
Jack- This was so hard for me. I love both Jake and Jack equally. However, Jack's less common and that's important so that your little boy doesn't end up being Jake H. in the classroom.
June 30th, 2013, 04:09 PM
Marie/Rose- Filler names. Wouldn't use. Though, I love Rose as a first name.
Ruby- Never really liked the sound, but it is the most unique name featured.
I don't think it works, to be perfectly honest. At first I was considering pronunciation, but, on further thought, I don't think it really matters.
Zared (prn Zair-ed) just sounds made-up and...
June 30th, 2013, 03:07 AM
Felicity- Would probably never use, but love it all the same.
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