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Both are favorites of mine so I like the combo. I think Sloan is the spelling more used for boys so I prefer Sloane for a girl. I agree with the other posters, Sloane Olivia and Greer Madeleine sound...
Jackson, Woodrow, Ulysses, Garfield, Delano, Roosevelt (Former US presidents)
Victoria Claire (kept)
Christopher David (swapped)
Geoffrey Cormac (changed fn)
Anneliese Faye (changed mn)
Preston Oliver (initials)
Remington, Foxe, Pierce, Steele, Cassandra (Remington Steele)
I wouldn't do it. Chester the Molester is too strong of an association. I also so think of the Cheetos mascot, Chester Cheetah. And I agree with a pp, it's easy for your husband to be proud because...
Colin & Ashley sound great together; very European. Ashley is one of my favorite boy names so I'm all for it being used more. The youngest girl Ashley I know is about to turn 30. People aren't using...
I like it. People only call Nova feminine because it ends in A. On a boy Nova makes me think of Supernova, a male comic book character
Good point! Yep, Nova is a good boy's name
September 30th, 2015, 11:39 AM
I prefer Graham. It's handsome, mature, and underused. Never cared for the surname name trend so I'm not a fan of Bennett as a fn.
Funny you say that because Coralie & Cora sound sooo country. You live in the South so you're not getting away from Cora Lee. If it bothers you then don't use it. All you want is Cora, right? Why not...
I'd pronounce it 'mar-ah'. For the pronunciation you want, you could go with Marrah or Maira
September 27th, 2015, 05:54 PM
Penelope is very, very trendy so it's odd that you'd like it since you think Cordelia is trendy.
Wilhelmina is the best, with the nn Willie or Mina or Mimi. Or you could go with Philomena, nn...
Preston. I know it's usually classified as a pretentious name but every Preston I've known has been very friendly
Chester the Molester. 'Chester' is even slang for a creepy person, as in: "He...
Never been a fan of Jacob. Jonathan has a softer sound plus it's very flexible- he can be Jon, Joe, Jack, Nat, Nate, or Nathan
September 24th, 2015, 06:59 AM
I think Jedidiah & Aberdeen go together better that Jedidiah & Magnus. I like the nn Abe but I also like Deen.
September 24th, 2015, 06:53 AM
I LOL'd at Oskar & Felix, but it's a good LOL. I get the reference (and I'm not over 40) so I think it's cute & witty. Stylistically, Oskar & Felix are great together.
I don't think it's bad that...
Depends on your surroundings. Where I live the names have different pronunciations (oh-fee vs oh-fell) but I'd guess most of America pronounces them the same way. I like both spellings but at least...
Auburn sounds masculine & better suited for a boy. The fact that you live in AL & went to the school makes it way too on the nose. I'm sure Auburn as a first or middle name is not unheard of in your...
I think people are more concerned with their sons being taken seriously. A cutesy or kr8tively spelled name is frowned upon because someday he will be a man and men need strong, serious, respectable...
September 20th, 2015, 06:36 PM
Richard & Eudora
Dan & Madeline
Remy & Lysandra
Boreas & Noor
Merv & Moira
September 20th, 2015, 05:43 PM
Jemma looks misspelled and kiddie. Gemma is more sophisticated & mature; this spelling makes me think of gems. Jemma looks like a feminization of Jem
September 18th, 2015, 10:59 AM
I love Archibald, Montgomery & Beauregard. I knew an adorable little Montgomery who went by Monty. For Archibald I like the nn Archer and Beau for Beauregard
Marmaduke & Huckleberry are too...
September 18th, 2015, 10:39 AM
All nice. The ones that stick out to me the most are Ragnar Fitzwilliam & Lumi Araminta
Benjamin Levi (kept)
Ophelia Kate (swapped)
Grace Yvette (changed mn)
Serena Louise (changed fn)
Kenneth Pierce (initials)
September 18th, 2015, 10:18 AM
Geno & Nova Lee
Rio & Lina
Rice & Ally
Kelvin & Anya
Nestor & Jan
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