Type: Posts; User: amberdaydream
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November 23rd, 2015, 07:09 AM
An idea I had is maybe making the descriptions say masculine and feminine. That way it's a description of which way a name leans and is perceived, rather than just "this is a boys name".
*vaccines comes up in Momberries forums*
My inner monologue: i swear to god if anyone calls autism a tragedy i'm going to steal all their ice cream forever and show them that I am not a tragedy,...
I think Indio is a bit close to Audio.
From your boys list I sorta like Rove.
From your list I like Sequoia, Topaz and Peridot. I don't like Boheme although I'm usually fond of place names.
If you're here to give advice on girls names you can post here. That's the way it's always been. This place is for discussion of girls names. I don't plan on having kids at all but I post here.
Person: The name Autumn is too close to autism.
Me: Excellent. *puts it on main list*
(I'm autistic, to contextualise.)
Update on these cats: they have all been homed, including their mother.
There's a new batch of kittens who don't have a mum and were found abandoned. I'm not sure how long they were out there but...
I adore Grey/Gray on any gender and I would just use that. I don't think the extra -son is necessary and it does nudge it to the masculine side of things.
Well done on your assessments Adelina, and good luck for the other parts. Those watches look rad.
I'm also after Sugarpill's Lumi pigment and their Cold Chemistry eye palette. If you couldn't...
I like Holden. Ryder, not such a big fan. I think you could add it in as a second middle name though, i.e. Holden Jacob Ryder.
Not a Londoner, but I've been a few times. If you like spooky stuff or plays in general, you NEED to go to the Fortune Theatre and see The Woman In Black as a play! Nobody ever believes me when I say...
November 19th, 2015, 05:41 PM
I prefer Pearl Vivienne but you can't go wrong with either.
It might just be me but I pronounce Vivian and Vivienne differently, VIV-ee-un for Vivian and viv-ee-EN for Vivienne.
Yeah, also terrorist Anders Breivik was a Norwegian citizen and he attacked Norway, in fact his attacks were motivated by Islamophobia.
Recently we got Fallout 4 and it is an AWESOME game, I'm...
@bellerose those shoes are gorgeous!
I'm also having trouble coming to terms with what's happening in Paris and Lebanon. With my autism comes hyperempathy so I have to avoid a lot of news.
November 17th, 2015, 03:46 PM
I would pronounce Clemence as clem-uhnts. But if it was written Clémence, with the accent, I would say clay-mawns.
November 16th, 2015, 04:20 PM
I just think of the city. I don't think it's connected to Hilton; she's not really on the radar these days anyway.
Video game: Name your character.
Me: Damn, this is the hardest quest. Always takes me hours.
November 13th, 2015, 10:23 AM
The most common French version is Apolline and I think it's so much prettier. It derives from the god Apollo so it makes more sense that it has two Ls and one P.
OP: Seeking names for our next little one! It's going to be a boy. DH likes Finlay, Jackson and Ronan, but I like Emery, George and Silas. Surname is two syllables and begins with a soft C.
November 11th, 2015, 04:08 PM
Heh, another Amber here. XD
There is a LOT to unpack here. To be as succinct as possible, there's a difference between saying:
"Don't use that, it's a stripper / trash / etc name."
I think Vita would work.
November 1st, 2015, 06:51 PM
I totally agree and I don't think what you are saying is spiteful at all. People saying "oh you'll change your mind when your maternal instinct kicks in" annoys me because they know nothing about me...
November 1st, 2015, 05:31 PM
I couldn't have kids for mental health reasons and reasons related to my autism. When a child is crying or shouting (no matter the reason) it hits my hyperempathy and senses hard and I absolutely...
I think it's nice. The only time I'd advise against it is if your surname begins with or is West, South or East.
November 1st, 2015, 01:54 PM
They're the same name in Russian, Екатерина. The Е in Russian is pronounced "yeh" although it can also sound like "ee" when unstressed. It's usually pronounced yeh-kah-tee-ree-nah, sometimes...
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