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I like the combo a lot, and Joelle works well to honour Joyce and Ellen. The only reservation I have is that Alina might sound pretty similar to Coralie. Elena would be a bit further from it, if you...
I love Cecily with your girls' names - great, versatile, uncommon name with lots of (optional) great nicknames. I have no objective problems with Rosalie, it just doesn't thrill...
March 2nd, 2015, 09:50 PM
I don't think Michelle Bhella is a terrible name, but Michelle is quite dated - it's a "mom name" to kids now. It does make a great middle name, though, and since the middle name gets less attention,...
February 27th, 2015, 08:06 PM
Blaik and Laik would both be spelled Blake and Lake most of the time - if you go with one of them, I beg you to spell it traditionally.
Holt by itself works better than Holtyn, which I would...
February 27th, 2015, 07:59 PM
Does he dislike both Skylar and Amity? Or would you be hoping to keep one or the other?
From your list, I think Siena is the standout! Siena Jane would be charming. I'd be delighted to meet a...
February 27th, 2015, 02:25 PM
Evie does look a bit like a nickname, but that's my only... not "complaint", exactly, but "minor observation". They totally work together. :)
I've never seen it and I don't know how to pronounce it - EE-liana, AY-liana, EYE-liana? I think it would be a tricky name to have - I agree that the spelling and pronunciation would always be...
I totally agree that you could give the baby a totally unrelated name and call her Bobbie as a nickname. If you do want something that could shorten to Bobbie, I feel like Elisabeth / Elizabeth is a...
February 27th, 2015, 12:05 PM
I searched Theodora, Matilda, Evangeline, and Hazel in the SSA's records over the past 100 years.
Theodora last appeared in the US top 1000 in 1954. Matilda was #241 in 1914 but after it hit #933...
February 27th, 2015, 11:41 AM
The great thing about Charlene as a middle name is that the stressed second syllable makes it work well rhythmically with a ton of first names - I think this is why Marie became so...
February 27th, 2015, 11:21 AM
From your list, I would nix Taliya Alice because of the repeating "al" sounds, and Claira because Hannah's middle name is Claire already. I don't love Alice and Grace together because they end in the...
They're both lovely combos and both would honestly work great. If I'm being picky, I'd prefer Lucy Olivia because the "s"/soft "c" sounds in Lucy Susanna are closer together than I'd like.
I'm from Canada, which may or may not explain why I've never seen Hialeah before. When I saw the subject line I assumed it was a smush that you made up (apologies for my ignorance!). As its real-life...
February 25th, 2015, 09:52 PM
Your children's names are lovely!
In a subjective, intuitive way, I think Leah, Felix, Oliver, and Audrey just "feel" really great together. I would be so jazzed to meet that sibset! Along these...
February 25th, 2015, 07:45 PM
Ahhh, I love Amias!
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I imagine it would baffle a lot of people in the U.S. - I live in Canada and outside of a couple of small pockets with Gaelic-speaking history, I doubt many people would know how to pronounce it by...
I like it, although I live in North America and it sounds different from Ella with my accent and I think that would be a deal-breaker if it applied to me since Ella is so popular. It sounds like an...
February 25th, 2015, 05:54 PM
I picked Tate and Ellary, partly because I've always liked Tate but mostly because Bayless is totally new to me as a name and before I clicked through to see its listing, all it said to me was...
Keeva or Caoimhe depending on your preferences/where you live
February 25th, 2015, 04:42 PM
I just re-read and my first answer didn't make any sense - I was confused about your post and thought these names were all in consideration as middle names. Sorry!
I love both Anya and Isla. Etta...
I've heard of it before (I think it was the name of an ex-girlfriend of my dad's, randomly), but with the Lila/Leila names on the rise I do think it would be mistaken for one of them a lot. The...
I love Georgia! :)
With a two-syllable first name and a three-syllable surname, I'm liking one-syllable middle names, like:
I do think it's a small stretch, but certainly it's not totally out of left field. The F and V sounds are similar enough that I think you could get away with it. I don't really care for it myself (I...
February 24th, 2015, 07:41 PM
Short answer: yes. If you have a Josephine and an Auden, I would definitely think Auden was a boy. If you had an Auden and Quinn, I'd be a lot less sure.
As others have mentioned, though, which...
They feel really different to me! I think it depends on whether you want something more traditional (Maxwell) or more unusual (Fletcher). I don't know where you live, but check Max's popularity too -...
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