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I say Kates-by
It's the name of a desert in the Northern Territory and is a corruption of the local Walpiri name for the area, Chanamee, meaning “never die”, because the rock holes in a particular gully...
I personally think the flow is best with a one syllable name. Benjamin Indigo Flynn is lovely.
Some other ideas:
Benjamin Indigo Lane
Benjamin Indigo Rhys
Benjamin Indigo Blake
I prefer George, mainly because I don't like the nicknames of Lawrence and George sounds better with Robert
I'm a big fan of family names but I still want a solid combination for my favourite girls and boys choices for girls it's Isobel Jamesie Rose with Isobel and Jamesie being my grandmothers names...
Girls: Leocadia, Serafina and Harlow
Boys: Benedict, Florian and Evander
Would Eamon and Roisin work on a child with no Irish heritage?
I find Myrtle too old lady even though I've never met one I just think of moaning Myrtle and the fact that it rhymes with turtle. I think it works fine as a middle name however
February 11th, 2016, 08:27 AM
I absolutely love Emiliana Pari it's one of the only full names of berry babies I've remembered since I love it so much.
I'm in Australia
I say it like Amelia but with lee at the end instead of lia
The Summer's I know are both Summer Rose. Other ideas:
Sarah, I think the email notification is when you subscribe to a name (I know that's what Pam said she had done), if that still is the case it benefits the few of us with name usernames. If I...
So over the past few days I haven't been biting them due to the fake nails then today I began to bite the fake nails in the same way I would a real nail. I'm freaking out about that since their...
February 8th, 2016, 09:56 AM
I've tried to suggest similar names to each of your favourites and put them in nymbler to fund some suggestions hopefully it helps a bit:
Daniella: Danica, Demetria, Irina, Talia
I would go with either my doctor is a just Debbie and while I prefer Deborah theres nothing wrong with a nickname on the birth certificate
February 8th, 2016, 09:29 AM
Lachlan doesn't sound trendy to me but I'm Australian where Lachlan's been top 100 since the 80's (currently it's at 10 in my state) and is the name of our first governor back in the 1700's.
@opheliaflora the same thing happens with me the best was when I was watching Franklin and his sisters name was Harriet
When you watch TV shows you find the most unrealistic part the sibling sets.
(this is me with neighbours siblings named twins named Imogen and Joshua with a sister named Piper and half siblings...
Thank you everyone.
I do bite my nails when I'm stressed and I bite them more now to stop me from eating other things (mainly plastic and paper). I got fake nails for the ball and have been putting...
I posted a similar thread a few months ago but that was about an OAB this time it's about pica which I've suffered from for a long time. The main non-food item I eat are my fingernails and the skin...
I love the idea of Aurora to honour a dawn.
Quinn Danica sounds lovely however.
Roman Jem is a bit m heavy and sounds like a description but if Ronan Jem were an option I'd pick that.
I have my school ball tomorrow which I'm really excited. It's kinda like prom but we don't have king and queen and stuff like that.
Most of the "filler" middle names work with Ione (Ione Grace, Ione May, Ione Kate, Ione Joy)
From your signature Ione Paloma and Ione Genevieve sound lovely. Maybe Ione Adele/Adelaide
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