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Use three initials - either your current name and your initials are B?J or drop your middle name and use Reed as your middle name and your initials are BRJ. That is what I did.... I dropped my...
My favorite on your list is Julia. I like it on its own and with Caroline.
Other names I like with Caroline
Wyatt Picard is great.
Olivia seems rather popular and overdone compared to Zoe, Xander, and Jada though I suppose it fits in well with Emily and Zachary. Clara is nice though and Clara Olive...
Oswin/Edwin - I prefer Edwin. However adding an a at the end, I like sowing and Edwina much more for a girl than Oswin or Edwin for a boy.
Linden- I don't think it is too girly but I prefer the...
Henry, Annabel, and
My favorites are:
The others are okay. The only one that strikes me as out of place in the list is Charlotte. It seems far more popular and...
February 26th, 2015, 07:12 AM
Why not go with Hawke if that is what your your are going to call him? That works better than Hawklind or Hawkins.
I also realy like Holt. But adding the lyn feminized it for me.
February 25th, 2015, 07:07 AM
Not knowing your style, this is a bit of a challenge. With your last name, I like
It would help to know what you named your first two children. Of the names you listed, I like Miles the best and think Kent is a great choice as well. I am not fond of Harris.
Kit does sound a bit hard; maybe because it it's shortness and beginning and ending hard sound. You may want to look for names with s, l, m,f, j and v as they are softer sounds.
I really lik:
I think Lilla will be correcting the pronunciation of her name the rest of her life. When seeing the name, I would assume it is a kreative spelling of Lila.
I know a young Lily and and older...
February 25th, 2015, 06:17 AM
Eliza is lovely but Iris is a favorite of mine. I really like the suggestion of Iris Eliza.
Miles Daniel sounds great. I greatly prefer Miles to Charlie and Jack. Ruby, Henry, and Miles.
February 23rd, 2015, 07:26 AM
With Evan and Ryan, I do like both Sylvie and Ivy they draw on the v from Evan and the Y from Ryan tying the kids names together. Evan, Ryan, and Sylvie or Evan, Ryan, and Ivy.
I like Isla with Alice. They are of different style but both are soft and bit whimsical which pulls them together.
I might go with:
Alice, Isla, and Eden
Alice, Isla, and Opal
Gwen is a favorite name of mine. I really like the Gwendolyn spelling the best though.
Phillipa, Vivienne, and Gwendolyn make for a lovely sibset. Pippa, Vivi, and Gwen are adorable together as...
Catherine seems very much equivalent to Elizabeth for me- a timeless classic. It is much more regal than Katherine. I do know people that use the K spelling though to make sure the nickname Kate is...
I voted for Theodore.
My favorite Biblical names are:
February 22nd, 2015, 08:19 AM
My favorites are Avalon and Isla. I really dislike Atlanta.
Piers, Tadhg, and
February 21st, 2015, 05:18 PM
I think Julian James is fine but I prefer Hugo James.
February 21st, 2015, 08:20 AM
The only name on your list that strikes me as significantly different than the others is Josephine. Brielle and Everly are more feminine than Auden is uncommon enough that it wouldn't strike me as...
February 21st, 2015, 08:04 AM
from your list, Eloise or Alice from your list would be my choice. I also like the suggestion of Harriet from Harriet the Spy. Ramona is another good option as is Junie from "Junie B. Jones".
February 19th, 2015, 07:07 AM
I like Autumn, Tessa, Margot, Sylvie from your list. Since you are finally getting to name a girl, I don't see the point of going with a boyish nickname like Frankie, Lou, and Teddy. I also think,...
I agree - some alternative names work well and others don't. when it does flow well, there is something distinctive and memorable about an alteration name.
Elijah sounds Biblical but not particularly Jewish to me. Eli sounds even less Jewish as I am hearings t as a nickname for Elliot as well.
If Elijah is bothering you that much, why not just...
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