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I love Anouk. I think it sounds like a great match with Viola and Noor.
November 13th, 2014, 08:16 PM
I like Wren, as the W is silent, it is less a toungertwister than Gwen Whitefield.
When I was young teen:
Epiphany: I just thought it was SO cool, now it seems way too out there, and a bit tacky.
Tania & Tammy: I new several cool girls in middle school with this name, so I...
Elodie, Vivienne, Audrey, Elowen, Coraline, Madchen, Lilou, Annika, Genevieve, Mazarine
November 12th, 2014, 09:55 PM
I love all four names! Great choices.
Everett is on my top three list for boys, so that is definitely my favorite. It's very handsome, "new england style", and yes has a dash of nature to it.
November 10th, 2014, 10:38 PM
I really like all three choices! Great taste. When I saw Faraday I immediately thought of LOST, but it's refreshing and different.
If you want more unusual I would go with Faraday; otherwise, I...
November 10th, 2014, 10:30 PM
I prefer Ace William.
I like the name Homer. I think it has a nice sound & a great literary history. Yes it closely associated with the cartoon character but that is just something you will have to deal with if you use...
I would guess this is most likely why the name is used somewhat now in France. "Swann's Way" is part of a great work of French Literature. It is actually a surname in the book (and English in...
Swann is more of a boy's name in France correct? I actually think it is kinda adorable, but my Hubby vetoed it.
I know the young male actor on the French drama Les Revenants (The Returned) is...
I adore Thisbe; it is on our list for the middle name spot. Aurora Thisbe Pearl is stunning. I love both names Pearl and Thisbe and putting them together makes a great combo. Penelope Luna Maeve...
Margot is okay but I don't like that there are so many spelling variations, and it does seem a little too on trend at the moment.
I adore Greta- Very Retro glam and classic. It wears well on a...
November 6th, 2014, 08:07 PM
I love Briar by itself but Briar Rose together is Ughh sugar overdose. tacky.
November 6th, 2014, 01:00 PM
I love Casimir and Caspian.
Congrats! Elowen Pearl is stunning. Great choice.
My husband and I agree about 75% of the time. He is a pretty adventurous namer, but we do disagree.
He loves Stanley (a family name for him) but no matter how much I try to embrace the old man...
Autumn is very close in sound to Auden, which is one of my favorite boy's names- and considered unisex. Autumn is certainly more traditionally feminine, but that being said I can see it going...
I think it is a cute sibset. I adore Winnie, especially as a full given name.
I am neutral on Posy; but it does not seem too out there to use it as a full name.
Thank you for the opinions! My husband is thrilled to see the Anouk love, as that is still his top pick.
Love this combo, along with Anouk Elodie. I do wonder if it will come off as overly...
I'm looking for opinions our top 2 girls names, Anouk and Ottilie (pronounced Anouk to rhyme with Luke and Ottilie as in Ott-ill-ee
Definitely Esme. Lovely name.
October 19th, 2014, 12:34 PM
Lennox is all boy
October 19th, 2014, 12:03 PM
I love the Beatrix spelling the best and I prefer that pronunciation. The added X really modernizes the name and it seems a little more edgy and chic. My second favorite would be the traditional...
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