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I like Murphy and Shepherd. I'd suggest nothing ending with a k/c sound or an -n to go with Cal-n. I'd also generally steer clear of names starting with a c/k sound.
July 22nd, 2016, 01:35 PM
Lars. Love, love, love. I'd totally use it if we had a different surname. I like it as a nickname or just as a name on its own. Charlie, Alfie, Grant, and Ollie are all a little blah to me....
Aidan or Aiden. Aden would always be misspelled... Aydan/ Ayden is a Turkish name, and therefore pronounced slightly differently.
Corbin would be my favourite with Miles (Declan is ok, but Asher doesn't match as well to me), but not with Austin. CorbIN AustIN... they end with the same sound. What about Corbin Wilde? I'd also...
July 22nd, 2016, 04:30 AM
True, consider the real world. But it seems like the logical error that so many people make is that they consider the real world of their specific place during their childhood. Fox may get completely...
July 21st, 2016, 03:53 PM
Oh gosh, I hate the resume argument! Yes, there are juvenile and crazy names out there that will not look good on a resume. Naming your daughter K8 or your son Snuggle Muffin would probably get him...
July 21st, 2016, 03:50 AM
The other thing I would add is that with TEFL, there's a huge benefit to speaking multiple languages. Were you to try out China,you would probably have to sign up for a Chinese language course, get a...
I miscarried with the 1st pregnancy... 3 months before we got pregnant with Emiliana. It was so, so, so hard. I had a due date something like a week apart from my bff's. After I miscarried, she just...
July 21st, 2016, 03:29 AM
Ok, so... why not take 1 year off, but move home and work for the 1st semester? Live with your parents, get a job, and just work and save... for the 2nd semester, go abroad and work/study... then you...
I like Antoinetta... This gives you the great English nn of Etta... many Italian names work very well in English, like Viola, Chiara, Emilia, Emiliana, Valentina, Celeste, etc. If you do change her...
July 20th, 2016, 05:54 AM
I would also recommend a gap year to think about it. If your parents could spot you the cost of a plane ticket, you could pay them back quite quickly. We have many young (especially Brits) who come...
July 19th, 2016, 02:22 PM
I like it... Actually, I find it mature enough. After all, most people my age will think of middle-age Fox Mulder. I grew up watching Wolf Blitzer on tv, so I hardly think these names are too...
Eben comes from the Hebrew אבן Evan, meaning "stone". So turning it to a long EE would be a change from the original, much like Eliza was probably a British alteration based on a local dialect. You...
Oh my gosh, there are soooooo many lovely Indian names (not sure whether they are Hindi or not)! For girls, I like Anya and Sonia on your list. There was a cute Bollywood song "You are my Sonia"......
July 19th, 2016, 03:45 AM
Maeve. Dean is classic and clearly masculine... I'd expect a matching style. Lila is a bit more classic, but she would be drowning in a sea of Lilys, Lilas, Leilas, etc. Maeve is not as classic, but...
Think of Evan. I don't think you'd need another b to get a short e. Seems to me that many nicknames (esp. for very popular names) either come from an old pronunciation, the original pronunciation, or...
July 18th, 2016, 02:52 PM
I LOVE Oren. Other familiar but not too often used...
Booker, Sterling, Frederick, Franklin, Amos, Asa, Garrett, Heath, Hugh, Duncan, Stanton, Casper, Judah, Ogden, Dallin, Dean, Miles, Marcus,...
Soft e. It is short for Ebenezer, which starts with a soft e.
July 18th, 2016, 02:12 PM
With K@rrer, I would eliminate names with a strong r sound, or that end with an r. As much as I love Soren, I think it is r overload with your surname. Gregory is wayyyy too much r... Everett works a...
I just laughed out loud, as this is what my parents said when I mentioned Caspian. I really don't get how Caspian leads to Casper, as they are 2 distinctive names... Anyhow, I just thought this was...
July 16th, 2016, 02:17 PM
Adam... it goes much better with the middle and the surname than your better options. Calvin Grossman is ok, but the matching -n endings does stand out to me. Lucas Samuel slurs to become Lucasamuel....
I like Leonardo and Valentino together. Others...
I'm not a fan of Holt... I find it much too abrupt. And Holt James Collins sounds quite off to me. Your girls' names seem to be on the edge of trendy and vintage. So, I'll try to go with that......
July 16th, 2016, 03:17 AM
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