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July 26th, 2014, 10:40 AM
Right now I'm feeling Cordelia and Sterling. Kinda different styles from each other but hey.
I have an acquaintance whose maiden name is Mabry. She's pregnant and has mentioned her daughter's name will begin with P. I'm kinda bummed she isn't using her maiden as a first name, I think it's...
From the combos I picked lily, but on its own I'd have picked Ella :)
I think it's one of those truly unisex names. I know an older lady with the name so from experience I tie to to a woman, but it's actually on my list as a middle for either.
I really don't think...
July 21st, 2014, 08:50 PM
Persephone Joy – ‘Pepper ’
I like it, though pepper is a bit of a stretch.
Wilhelmina Courtney - ‘Willa ’
Love love love. Wilhelmina is on my long list/slight gp.... I think my family...
I felt a little twinge of it when I read on here that a (currently pregnant) berry is planning on using a name that's been my solid first choice for a while now... But honestly, I think it's envy...
This or that's are one of my favorite types of thread. Simple, quick choices to make. Most of these are on my list. Thanks!
Fiona or Leona
Caroline or Coraline or Coralie
Audrey or Audra ...
I love these threads! Star in front of my choices...
*Adelaide or Ava (both are pretty!)
Caroline or *Corinne (I like Caroline a lot)
*Eleanor, Elena, or Ella
Emma or *Emmeline (w/nn Emma) ...
My last name is Scottish. The actual 'name' part of it isn't a name I'd use, but I would like to use the Mac part as a nickname.
Mother's maiden sounds like slaving but a vowel change to slevin...
For me the first syllable is hardly spoken, more of an exhale when beginning the name. I knew someone with a little Zeke, pretty cute.
July 19th, 2014, 11:09 PM
Elizabeth... It's on my list and I LOVE the offbeat unusual nicknames for it but the risk of 'Liz' happening is just, ugh. The 30rock character Liz Lemon is helping it for me, but I just don't like...
I like them both! I think I prefer Violet a bit more than Ivy...
You know.. I just thought, you could pick a totally different first name starting with I and Violet as a middle name and then her...
July 18th, 2014, 10:01 AM
Penelope nn poppy is adorable, I really like that one (any middle!)
As far as Georgina. First- that's my favorite of the girly George names (definitely!). Secondly, I think you should consider what...
Orlaith is my favorite, I think it sounds gorgeous (reminiscent of names like Nora) but I'd only use the Orla spelling.
Aoife is my other favorite for girls.
I love caoimhe (love!) and was hoping...
July 17th, 2014, 02:35 PM
Mine aren't that out there, really.
Sterling. I'd actually REALLY consider it if the last name wouldn't be stew@rt, since they're too similar in beginning sounds. I absolutely love Sterling.
July 15th, 2014, 02:41 PM
I will occasionally do that just for fun, open a baby book and make name combinations from random selections, but I'd never be able to do that for a real human!
I've also compiled my LONG list,...
Owen and Audrey are wonderful as siblings/twins and with their siblings! Gorgeous.
July 5th, 2014, 03:14 PM
I love Liam but only as a nickname for William. On its own plus combined with the m in the middle name sounds a bit short or abrupt.
Elliott got my vote. I like how it looks and sounds. Softer...
I like it! While I haven't seen all of Dexter, the character Dexter is not seen as a purely evil being, the character is developed and conflicted, etc. I think that keeps the name more relatable...
Maybe because I'm from the Mid-Atlantic area, but I actually do like it! I have never thought about it as a person's name but it was on my list of horse names when I was a kid (a bay colored horse is...
June 12th, 2014, 08:56 PM
This is an unexpected one, but Blankenship.
Bennett, Dover.... Hmm. All of the pretentious American tycoon ones like Carnegie, Rockefeller, Vanderbilt... Montgomery...
Also like nature last names...
I like Ian. It's a really nice, clean name. Strong and silent type. I've known two ians growing up, both were a little quiet but one was in a band and the other is an engineer now. It works on both!
June 10th, 2014, 10:34 PM
Girls names are easier to hoard, but a boys name would be easier to select for use, I imagine.
June 9th, 2014, 10:29 PM
My SO pretty much goes along with my name talk for a few minutes until he checks out. Granted I'm not pregnant yet so it's only theoretical... But he'll entertain me for a bit until he's over it! ...
I've met/seen one in real life, a cute mom talking with her daughter in a clothing store. The girl was around 4 and very cute!
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