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I was quite shock when I stumbled upon it, I think it is a relatively new thing. It's very comforting to hear that I'm not the only one!!!
Just wondering if anyone experiences/ has experienced this?
Eleanor Jane “Lena”
Camilla Belle “Cami”
Eloise Delilah “Lolly”
Ruby June “Rue” (love the nickname Rue to spice up popular Ruby)
Adalind Jeanne “Lindie” (I would have ranked this...
Blogger Corrie from Retro Mummy <www.retromummy.com> recently announced she is expecting her sixth child and asked for some name ideas! I thought I would see what ideas you guys have!
Her first ...
I love them all! I probably like Emma the least. I think my favourite would have to be Anna! Although I think Lila and Charlotte are really pretty too! Charlotte Eloise could be a nice choice
I haven't been on Nameberry for a while so I have just discovered all of these great responses! Thank you so much for all the feedback!
Any new members wanting to chime in would be much...
I recently found the blog "Pink Slippers" <http://thepinkslippers.blogspot.com>. It's a blog of a mother who just had her tenth child. I wanted to share their names because I think they are a pretty...
Thank you so much for all the feed back! It's great to see positive comments :-)
This is a hard one! I used to love the name Ruby, but have gone off it lately- though I think that might be because it's very popular where I live. On the other hand, Hazel is a new favourite of mine...
June 7th, 2013, 08:39 PM
I think they are all lovely choices but I really love Frida Eleanor! They are two of my favourite names at the moment!
So I feel as though I have a list... albeit a very long one! I would love any feedback you have the time to give. In particular, you can tell me what you love/ hate and why (I wont be offended by any...
April 22nd, 2013, 04:06 AM
I love Iris too! And I love your other children's names!
I guess Irie (eye-ree) would be the most obvious nickname for Iris. Personally I think Izzy could work well and would be my first choice....
What names do you think of when you hear the words whimsical, magical and enchanting?
When I started babysiiting for a family last year, their third son was three years old. He often stated that pink was his favourite colour. The family has a set of different coloured plastic cups and...
I am quite interested in sibling spacing and family dynamics, and have done some research into it. However, most research focuses on spacing of just two siblings, occasionally three- I am curious of...
I would use Charles with Chalie/ Charley as a nickname. It seems that no matter which way I spell it, it could be mistaken as a girl! Thank you for all the opinions!
Thank you for all the ideas-I love them all!! If I have a little Marguerite I will be very stuck picking just one!!!
Thank you for your reply. It's funny, even though I know Charlie is the traditional spelling, Charley seems more masculine to me!
April 3rd, 2013, 05:24 PM
In my opinion, this is how I would categorise the names.
Wren (love this one!)
Australian radio and television personality, Chrissie Swan and her partner Chris welcomed her third child yesterday, a daughter, Peggy.
Peggy joins older brothers Leo and Kit.
I really love her...
Here is my list for the moment! I would love thoughts on these and any ideas for additions. Thank you!
I don't have any kids of my own, but I wanted to share one idea. I babysit for a family with four kids (two per small room) and they each have some baskets at the foot of their beds where they keep...
What do you think of Lucilia? Is it usable?
Which spelling do you prefer for a boy? Is Charlie or Charley more masculine?
Thank you! I really like some of those suggestions! Any more?
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