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I agree with ash-- Otto Patrick Irwin or Otto Gregory Irwin are better combinations, but if it's important to have Irwin in first place, then keep it there and Otto Irwin Patrick is my top choice.
My favorite from your list is Indiana Dorothy with Indiana Laurel second. I think something more feminine works best and Margot's a little more elegant so I would nix that-- Indiana Margaret works...
Another vote for Cora from your list and with Tess and Hattie. Have you considered Clara? I like that even better! Similar names: Dora, Nora, Laura, Ora. I like the suggestions of Iris and Vera...
Lydia is a an underused classic-- go for it! I prefer it over Anna and Eva and it's not as common. I think it's a name that a child and an adult can use-- elegant and yet charming at the same time.
I'd go with Clara too. I like the suggestions of Imogen and Stella as well. Some other possibilities:
Zoe, Xander, Jada, Emily, Zachary, and
Since your husband really does not like William, what about using Liam instead? Are there any other grandparent names that you could use? I don't think you have to use the middle, it could be a...
I like Lorelei and think that Amelia is way more popular than Evelyn. My top choice for you is Eliza-- goes great with Oliver and Bennett and there are lots of good combinations-- Eliza Caroline,...
Sticking with O, what about Lucius Oliver, Lucius Owen, Lucius Orion, Lucius Oscar, or Lucius Osmond? Using some other names from your signature: Lucius Floyd, Lucius Freidrich , Lucius Cato. ...
Clara, Louise, Agathe, Violette, Martin, Ella, June, and
March 1st, 2015, 03:25 PM
Haven is nms and I'm a little on the fence about the HH, but I love the meaning it has for you and your family. I like the suggestion of Haven Ariel-Jane as a way to honor Tobias. I like the...
From your list, I like Oliver, Erik, and Leo best with Astrid. Fitz and Lev seem a little to nickname-y to me. I like the suggestions of Liev/Leif, Emil, Magnus, and Soren too.
What about Elias or Eli instead? Some other possibilities: Ellery, Eamon, Edwin, Edgar, Edmond, Edward, Evan, Elliott, Eleazar, Emory, Emmett, Elmer, Elijah, Ebenezer, Ernest, Earl, Enzo, Emil,...
February 28th, 2015, 04:55 PM
Another vote for Linnea Margaret as a lovely sib to Elora Elizabeth. Some other possibilities:
I don't think you have to honor a relative, but sometimes it's nice to do that even if it's subtle-- like using the same initial or something. Vida seems pretty different than Amelia or Miles so I'd...
I like Theodora or Theodosia with Cordelia and Finnegan is okay. Some possible combos:
I like Felix Henry best with your sibset.
February 22nd, 2015, 12:46 PM
Vivienne Margaret Gray and
Cecelia Violet Grace M
Cecelia Genevieve Rose M
Cecelia Beatrix Louise M
Cecelia Frances Lark M
Cecelia Daphne Ruth M
Cecelia Phoebe Ayleen M
February 21st, 2015, 06:06 PM
With your sibset, I like Alice, Eleanor, Eliza, Eloise, and Lucy best from your list. I also like the suggestions of Harriet, Claudia, and Tabitha.
Alice, Caroline, Charlotte, Eleanor, Eliza, Frances, Jane, Louisa, Lucy, Margaret, Mary, Phoebe, Rose
I like these combinations but prefer Elias Walter over Ellis.
February 21st, 2015, 04:52 PM
GG: Demetria Mabel "Demi" and Amara Louise - Amara is not as jazzy as Demetria so I would change it.
Suggestions: Araminta, Andromeda, Clementine, Pandora, Artemis, Valora, Azalea, Lavinia,...
With Edith, I like Celia Jude best from your list. But, I like Thora better than the other names on your list! What about Vera or Veronica instead of of Verona? I think they work better with Edith...
February 17th, 2015, 06:31 PM
Coralie and Annelise are great together and I like Annie as a nn. This is my preferred spelling-- I think it's the easiest for Americans.
Some possible combos:
February 17th, 2015, 06:15 PM
I think they are both different enough to use together and most people won't know that Ella and Beth are both from Elizabeth.
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