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Yesterday, 04:59 PM
This is hard! I'm just going to go with the first ones to pop in my head!
A - Amabel
B - Beá
C - Celie
D - Darwin
E - Evangeline
F - Finna
G - Gia
H - Harlow
I like all your options! I hope your partner gets on board for one!
Odelia Melina (little honey)
Milo and Archer
Milo and Dominic
Milo and Reed
Milo and Rhett
Milo and Gideon
Milo and Quinn
Milo and Kellen
Milo and Quentin
Milo and Jonas
Milo and Ellis
My friend is called Dory, after a relative named Dorothy, by the way. Just another nickname options. Lottie, Tilly, and Dory.
I think Penelope fits in the best. Penelope Laine is adorable and she will have her own song (if that helps or hurts, I don't know).
I'm quite pleased to see someone actually named Madelaine,...
Your daughters have great names and I think Jensen is perfect for a brother. Jensen Arthur is my favorite!
I've never heard of that. Ellie the Elephant sure... but there are thousands of Ellies out in the world not being called Ellie the Elephant
October 7th, 2015, 10:46 AM
My friend is having her 7th and final baby. The last pregnancy, she put up a contest for bragging rights if you guessed the name or made a suggestion they ended up using (no one even got close to...
October 6th, 2015, 10:31 PM
What are some guilty pleasure names?
October 6th, 2015, 04:05 PM
Georgiana Florence Maeve & Eliza Verity Jane OR Eliza Guinevere Jane
October 5th, 2015, 10:55 PM
I love it. I don't even think of Winnie the Pooh, probably because it's always the full Winnie the Pooh or Pooh, not Winnie.
I'm considering Darwin with the nickname Winnie.
October 5th, 2015, 09:42 PM
Callan Hamish & Silvie Bronson
October 5th, 2015, 09:37 PM
First off, you're hilarious.
Secondly, I'd probably (sadly?) dump Claire and Elizabeth from the list because they definitely count as fillers. Caroline rhymes with your surname (unless you...
I've had Sebastian Luca and Sebastian Leo on my lists for ages.
Elliot Caspian James Archibald is fine. I'd probably prefer Elliot James Caspian Archibald for flow but if James and Archibald are just formal honors, then yeah. It works.
I don't see the issue, at all. Once you give 2 middle names, you're already set for picking a single one to use on forms, etc. so there's no reason you can't have as many as you want. I wouldn't...
I doubt that. Are you either?
October 2nd, 2015, 04:01 PM
I'm not sure why you think Julietta is not a classic or name made up by adding new letters. It's been around for a very, very, VERY long time.
October 2nd, 2015, 03:56 PM
I don't think it's horrible. Honestly, I think it's fine. Although, I am stressing GAW-det, rather than gaw-DET. I suppose that matters.
Julietta is an easy fix, as is Julie or Julia. But, most...
Actually, women have been instrumental in developing explosives. Marie Curie was, dare I say, dynamite. The Manhattan Project was carried by women. I know you probably didn't mean to diminish women...
October 2nd, 2015, 03:33 PM
I don't like to repeat names and maybe you're the same but if not, I'd consider still using it. If your cousin knew your baby's name was Juniper and still named her child that, she may not mind. If...
October 2nd, 2015, 02:40 PM
Ooo, I like the suggestion of Vale, as well.
Jet and Vale
Jet and Navy (pretty cool but might make you feel boxed in to dark feeling names)
Jet and Lane
Jet and Tate
Jet and Roe
Jet and Wren...
I like it more on a boy, after reading it. Probably because it's a bit boring these days. I wouldn't think anything other than "that's awesome" if I met one. I mean, why not?
I like it! I see no issues and it's a lovely name.
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