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Saoirse. I am infatuated with this name. It sounds both strong and sleek at the same time, speaks to my (future) daughter's heritage etc. If you have seen the animated Song Of The Sea, it only...
May 13th, 2014, 10:22 PM
Why not one of the names you liked before?
Just so you know, if I heard the sibset Elliott, Charlotte and Merritt I would think it was 2 boys and a girl. Charlotte is so...
I'm confused: so you both like Tallulah Charlotte and it honors his grandmother? Soooooo why do you feel guilty?
What about Elka / Elke instead of Elsa? Elin feels more vowel heavy to me which is something you said you wanted to avoid.
February 26th, 2014, 06:17 PM
February 26th, 2014, 06:16 PM
Do it do it do it!
Cas is a great nickname!
I like Durant without the "e" but I'm sure that takes away what you like about the name. I think Dante is great. Better.
I'm guessing Virgil is too much?
February 26th, 2014, 06:00 PM
Thanks for sharing! Here in Hawaii we have such very very different naming trends and cultural influences that I sometimes don't appreciate the differences between states that from my vantage point,...
February 26th, 2014, 05:53 PM
Are you going to live there your entire life? Is SHE going to live there her entire life.
Impossible to answer, right? I think it is wise to keep a big picture and not let current circumstances...
February 26th, 2014, 05:43 PM
Elliott and Charlotte both have the same endings. Is this something you want to continue or specifically avoid? (Bennett would continue the trend)
For the record I think Penelope flows...
Margo / Margot
Elsa / Ilsa
No. Sorry but no.
But you could do Vega which is beautiful.
And likewise no no no for Vandal. Vandal has a very strong meaning and this is your child's name! Not a passing fancy or a lark. ...
February 26th, 2014, 05:19 PM
Mae and Elise are beautiful. I see no problems whatsoever with Elise having the middle name June (I admit I didnt even see the Mae & June oroblem until I read it out loud lol). But are you and your...
Duh-MAR (like car)- iss
February 26th, 2014, 05:12 PM
I'm curious -- do you mind sharing what the different cultural naming norms are between Alabama and Texas?
February 26th, 2014, 05:09 PM
I like (in no order)
I would nix Florence right off the bat because Finley & Florence are a little too matchy for me.
I have to agree with your hubby on Enid. Is there a reason you like this name? It just seems...
February 26th, 2014, 04:54 PM
Suggestion: Look up the names of all the moons in the solar system. They all (except for Uranus which I think uses Shakesphere) have names from classical Greek mytholohy, some usable and some...
Would Elliotte be too creative? It looks natural to name and adds just a hint of femininity. Elliott is all boy to me, but ai know I am in the minority.
I absolutely love Elliot Lee
I can't help it: When I see -line at the end of a name I automatically pronounce it LINE.
When a vowel is followed by a consonent and then another vowel, the first vowel is pronounced long: ...
Thank you everyone for your replies! I purposely didn't give any info at the start because I wanted to see what your resctions were.
It's amazing to me how much the name Ursula is held hostage by...
Ooooh I've never heard Briar for a boy but I love it! I actually considered Briar for my daughter but it never quite felt right but it feels perfect for a boy!
I like the combination Briar James...
February 25th, 2014, 05:06 PM
Love the suggestion of Jessamy!!
But none of these are as great as Jessamy!
They are all lovely.
I love the name Morgan but there is something a little clunky sounding about Hazel Morgan. I know they are all for loved ones and am not sure if you are open to variations. ...
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