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Lucy, without a doubt. It seems like it would age better, as I could easily see a baby named Lucy and a grandmother named Lucy. It's a spunky, vintage classic :)
April 7th, 2014, 06:57 PM
G: Lucy Elinor Jean
B: Edmund Rowan Philip
There are a lot of Elijahs out there right now, so your Eli would be refreshing :)
I love the name Eli on its own...so handsome!
Peter Lawrence, for sure! Peter is such a nice, strong name and one that you don't often hear these days, whereas I know about 20 Andrews. Although honestly, you can't go wrong with either.
March 23rd, 2014, 04:13 PM
I like Jude Alexander and August Henry the best! Nice flow for both...so handsome and masculine :)
Also, I know a little Jude Patrick and I love the flow of his name! Maybe something to consider...
Definitely Henry and Peter (no nicknames). Samuel, while a lovely name, is more overused in my opinion. Peter, on the other hand, is refreshing! I love it, especially all of the lovely namesakes...
A friend of mine just named her baby Mark and I quite like it. It's a name that will age well, unlike a lot of names people give their kids nowadays. After all, a baby will spend more of his life...
March 11th, 2014, 03:53 PM
Alexander James nn Xander: Neutral about this one.
Elijah James nn Eli: I don't like the "jah" so quickly followed by James. Eli James, however, sounds divine! This is my favorite!
March 11th, 2014, 02:37 PM
No kids right now, but I definitely want at least 3 or 4 as a bare minimum (more boys than girls). In general, I've always felt that even numbers tend to work best. That way, each sibling has a...
I like it a lot! The nickname Aggie is just so cute! I think that the tides are changing in terms of "old lady" names...they're becoming quite chic nowadays, not just on Nameberry. The name Agnes...
February 22nd, 2014, 12:32 AM
Hmmm, well today it would be:
Rowan Michael Philip for a boy
Elinor Clara Margaret
3. Antony/Anthony (the British pronunciation)
Totally! I was named after Natalie Wood (my mom loved her!) and what's strange is that I sort of look like her :O
I especially want to name any potential daughters after characters or authors...
February 11th, 2014, 10:27 PM
Juno: girl, because of the movie
Kieran: all boy
Rory: I've heard it on both, but it sounds more masculine to me
Carson: boy (mostly because of Mr. Carson from Downton Abbey)
February 8th, 2014, 07:45 PM
G/G: Edie Cecilia Jean & Lottie Margaret Elsa
B/B: Rowan Michael Philip & Graeme Edmund George
G/B: Edie Cecilia Jean & Rowan Michael Philip
1. The organic vegan homesteader: Hazel Juniper
2. The special effects makeup designer: Scarlett Magdalen
3. The corporate CEO: James Benjamin "JB"
4. The old hippie: Rainbow Azul
5. The teen...
February 7th, 2014, 11:54 PM
G1: Edith Cecilia Jean "Edie"
B1: Rowan Michael Philip
B2: Hugh Alasdair Fulton
B3: Graeme Edmund George
G2: Charlotte Elsa Margaret "Lottie"
G3: Elinor Constance Maria
G4: Ada Matilda Rose...
I love Christopher! I know a little boy named Christopher (big brother to August) and he goes by his full name. It's really refreshing!
I don't really like the nickname Chris or Topher, but...
February 1st, 2014, 11:39 PM
Eamon- LOVE! So cheery and Irish and refreshing...definitely my favorite!
Tiago- Not my style.
Cooper- this sounds more like a name you hear on a dog
Jack- I like Jack, especially as a nickname...
Great! Thank you all for the wonderful comments! It makes me feel a lot better about incorporating Rowan into my list :)
January 30th, 2014, 01:22 AM
Lately, I have been crushing on the name Rowan...hard! It's all I can seem to think about these days and I could totally imagine having a little boy named Rowan. I love the way it sounds and the...
Mine would be Elinor. It's one of my favorite girls names of all time, but my younger sister called it (the Eleanor spelling) last year and we've already had some tiffs about it. She was even the...
January 29th, 2014, 12:48 AM
Oh definitely George! They're both so classic and great names. Lottie is one of my favorite girl names and George is right up there for boys. They're both familiar but in a crowd of -aydens,...
January 26th, 2014, 12:34 PM
I think they both go very well together. They're both spunky, but not unheard of, and have a similar style. Personally, I love the name Rowan and I think Griffin is a great name for his little...
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