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November 1st, 2013, 07:22 PM
I'm going off brief and suggesting a four syllable name but I'm guessing you'll be okay with that as you like Felicity.
My suggestion is Penelope. I think Penelope June would be wonderful with...
Oh how lovely whirligig! It's so nice to "know" someone with that name who enjoys having it.
I'm not so keen on the pronunciation Tay-a, although I suppose it is inevitable that some people will...
Thanks everyone! It's great having some feedback - I just mentioned it to a friend of mine and she had never heard it before.
I'm not keen on the other "Claire" names unfortunately and dislike...
Thanks for your feedback so far. I like Theodora too but I don't think I could get it past my DH.
It does sound nice with Agatha doesn't it? They share that Th sound and are both Greek in origin....
What do you think of Thea - pronounced Thee-a?
It's a name I liked after reading a Thea Astley (acclaimed Australian author) novel years ago but it's been growing on me a lot lately.
October 31st, 2013, 06:17 PM
I'm looking forward to hearing this name as I loved Pearl Clementine.
Alice is a gorgeous name, I've always loved it. I think the wonderland connection is great.
It is more traditional than modern but it's lovely to have a name with style and history - that's what...
October 25th, 2013, 06:26 PM
Oh and sometimes you do have to listen to the comments, especially when they have been made with reason and care. I ADORE the name Harriet but some people have told me (here and in real life) that I...
October 25th, 2013, 06:17 PM
I think confidence over things like naming your children and taking any negativity in your stride comes when you know yourself and that comes with time and a bit of work to be honest.
I named my...
Oh ashleyjuliette I'm sorry but Beverley has got to be one of my least favourite names of all time!!
Apollonia I really like Beatrice and Imogen from your list and both were contenders for our...
Thank you! It is Agatha & Henry though, not Agnes. (Agnes is another fab name however!)
Thank you everyone!
And thanks Bea_Kent, that's very kind of you to say so.
fiammetta I have always loved the name Grace but sadly it became mega popular in the UK where I am from (and moving...
Erin is a nice, classic name and you are right that it is underused but it doesn't have that quirky "old lady" vibe that I love so much. :) From your list I like Rose the best but with our one...
The name has a soft, lilting sound akin to "whisper" which is rather sweet. I would think that you had named your daughter after the character in James Bond though I must confess. You shouldn't let...
I'm really enjoying reading everyone's opinions, thanks so much for taking the time to share stats and thoughts and ideas!
Our surname begins with L which rules out names like Estella and Eloise...
If we did choose Eleanor we'd hope the nickname used was Nell - I agree there are too many Ellies!
Mischa I love Florence but we're moving to the UK sometime in the next year and...
Thank you so much for your replies everyone. It seems that Esther is the runaway winner! I love the meaning which is 'star'. I'm so glad the general consensus is that it's a good sibset.
Poll: Which E name?
I'm only dreaming of baby no.3 at the moment but seem to have selected mostly E names as my favourites.
Which name do you like best please and why? I'd love to hear other suggestions (beginning...
Thank you both! Maybe people are put off by the "matchy" H names rather than the origin? I have an Agatha too and I always imagined Aggie and Hattie playing together - I just can't deny that Aggie,...
But why would you be amused if the names feel so different and you didn't know about the connection?
It's funny that people would feel annoyed by it, I never expected that reaction! And just to...
to consider Harriet for a girl when I already have a Henry? Henry would have been Harriet if he had been a girl and I still love the name (I'm not currently pregnant but baby no.3 is under...
I'm not sure I want it to get any more popular! ;) I absolutely adore the name and it suits my sweet, strong, beautiful and rather particular little lady perfectly. I also think the nickname Aggie is...
I have a two year old Agatha so obviously I'm a big fan of that! :-)
I love most of the names on your list but especially Iris, Martha, Helena, Florence and Harriet (which is my no.1 choice if we...
Thanks so much everyone! It's so nice being able to use his name and have it apply to a real person rather than just a dream :)
Henry Gabriel, our darling boy born last night. He's a beautiful brother for Agatha Arwen and a beloved son for us - we are absolutely bowled over with love!
Thank you so much to all the Berries...
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