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I think if they like the name they should use it - there isn't always going to be an obvious connection for outsiders to grasp no matter what the name, and judging just from this forum, I'd say...
February 28th, 2014, 03:48 PM
Anamaria & Christiana
Artemis & Mandolin
Beatrice & Evelyn
Carys & Anwen
Clara & Elowen
Fabiola & Amadi
Fiona & Seraphina
Faizah & Carissa
Felicia & Arielle
Gaia & Kezia
September 3rd, 2013, 05:20 PM
Abraham Acacia Ada Ainsley Alice Aurora Autumn Aveline Caleb Carmen Eli Eloise Esme Evelyn Felicity Finn Flynn Georgia Gwyneth Harper Hayden Hazel Imogen Ivy Jude Kate Lane Liliana Louise Mae Maria...
April 20th, 2013, 06:35 PM
Love Rose, esp as a first name. And if you do put it first, I love a middle with three or more syllables and stress on the second. Lots of great suggestions here. I'll just give one: Rose Amalia.
April 13th, 2013, 01:36 PM
I had my first child at 23, and I am currently expecting at 38. Believe me, I sympathize with all of the reasons to stop having kids at a certain age. That said, I think it's a little silly to put a...
What are your favorite names for girls with either an "e" or an "i" as the prominent vowel sound?
Our big family has an overrepresentation of the "a" sounds; we're solid on long "u"; we have an...
February 2nd, 2013, 09:06 AM
I was 22; hubs was 21. Dad's age matters!
I love both names.
I think in a vacuum I'd love Bellatrix more than Beatrix.
But I think Beatrix sounds better with Zoe. And, yes, for me it's too much associated with the Harry Potter...
January 12th, 2013, 12:43 PM
Yes, yes, yes, what laoidh said.
I hate it when we spill on a name and then are talked out of it. I wouldn't advocate lying, though.
My two cents: Don't tell anyone else. Take the list of...
I love Gloria--it would be on my short list if it weren't so phonetically close to another name we've already used. I totally agree that it is beautiful, usable, unusual...
I think it carries very...
December 26th, 2012, 02:13 PM
I like both spellings. Juliet is spunkier, if that helps; Juliette is more feminine...
Suggestions for a mn: Gray(e), Sage, Cla(i)re, Avery, Quinn, Mara, Morgan, Blake, Raven.
I also like the...
December 26th, 2012, 12:14 PM
Wonderful names on this list! Off the cuff, I'd say:
Girls: Ava, Adelaide, Genevieve
Boys: Parker, John, Sebastian
No middle name suggestions: the field's too big!
December 24th, 2012, 03:44 PM
I love the idea of a variation on the mom's name for a daughter--or for a son, for that matter. Mom Nicole might name her daughter Collette or Nicia, or her son Nicholas or Colin. In my family, we...
I'm conditioned to avoid the "s" sound for a middle for Nixen (too much to my ear with the "x"), so there's my disclaimer! In fact, with a strong and "complicated" sound like "x" I would lean toward...
November 29th, 2012, 11:18 AM
All gorgeous names! Anna Elizabeth is the most liltingly beautiful; if you go with Josephine Grace, I LOVE Josie; Elizabeth Grace is solid. Annabeth and Lizzie B are both adorable. I know that's not...
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