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Yes! I once had a dream where I gave birth to a little girl called Phoebe. OH and I wanted different middle names though. I wanted Lisa after my midwifery mentor and the midwife who delivered Phoebe...
September 21st, 2014, 09:17 AM
Considering a lot of my family come from Brighton, I can't think of it as a name. For me it's too linked to the place (and I'm not overly fond of most place names).
If it were used as a name I...
Currently reading two books: Elephants on Acid by Alex Boese and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
The first is a book about interesting and bizarre scientific research and it...
Recently I've been reading up on Norse mythology and I have fallen even more in love with the name Loki. Loki to me is a very interesting god, both in mythology and popular culture, and I like that...
I studied Midwifery at Canterbury Christ church University in Kent, UK. I loved my subject (and still do!) but hated my university and it's complete lack of organisation! I think it's incredibly...
Bake Off tomorrow! Can't wait to see what they'll be making! In rooting for Martha.
Maybe Olive or Dove for a girl? I love Shepherd as a boys name!
Heya, welcome to the forums!
I have Zachary on my list. I don't think Zechariah is overly religious at all and I know many Zachs from non-religious backgrounds. I have to say I wasn't taken with...
Ophelia- Sophisticated and feminine. A lovely name but NMS.
Leonor- reminds me of the washing detergent. Eleanor is mildly better
Penelope- Love nickname Penny but I'm not as keen on Penelope....
Bless Diana, I really liked her too. I was really upset when I heard she'd left (because of illness, not bingate). I do think the editing made it look worse than it was. Paul and MAry's faces when...
This year I've gotten really into the Bake Off and wondered if any other berries shared my passion for watching a bunch of bakers make buns, cakes and the most amusing double entendres?
I too had no idea what the reference was until you said! I think you'd be safe with Max and Emme.
I love it as it's my mum's name. I would love to use it as a middle name if OH lets me :) To me it reminds me of holidays in Yorkshire walking through the bright purple heather bushes on the hills.
August 27th, 2014, 05:47 PM
Whilst Thomas the Tank Engine is a great association, I wouldn't immediately associate any Thomas I met with that. I've known many over the years and there are many incidents of usage in popular...
Just started The Book of Barely Imagined Beings by Caspar Henderson. It's a non-fiction book about different bizarre animals and how they came to be. So far lots of interesting facts on how evolution...
I love Caspar and think it's perfectly useable, especially as I met a baby one a few months ago. The friendly-ghost thing doesn't bother me either and kids now probably wouldn't even know who he was...
Della- It's okay but I'm not in love with it
Esme- I love Esme, such a gentle sounding name
Kristian/Christian- Good classic name, I prefer the Kristian spelling
Gabriel- NMS but a...
I'm not a huge fan of Harry Potter but I definitely know who she is. As it happens I never liked the name before but if I did, it would be something to consider. I don't think there is a huge...
Arthur or Alexander
August 26th, 2014, 12:55 PM
Naomi is my favourite of you list. As for middle names:
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