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Congratulations. Nettie is, while unexpected, very sweet. It reminds me of the German word nett (nice) so, to me, it's got a very positive vibe. Her middle names, while not my style, are lovely as...
Today, 05:15 PM
Same World..hmm. The names you listed could all be from the same world as they're diverse and that's what a world is.
I'm not sure I'm helping this way but I categorized them into groups of "these...
I'd love Maia Leonor as I think it flows just a tiny bit better than if you put an E at the beginning (it's easier to say). I think it would sound beautiful if you added Charlotte or Mathilda, too....
Rose Clementine & Henry Sebastian
Goldfish Peach / Mango / Pineapple
July 23rd, 2014, 06:44 PM
You'll get there, you'll find the perfect name for your little girl. There's a great possibility that you'll look at your tiny bundle on friday and her name will magically appear and fit perfectly. ...
I like the sound of Cecelia better but don't like the name with this spelling (unpopular opinion but I don't like the Cece part at all). However Cecily is even less my cup of tea, so I still go with...
July 23rd, 2014, 06:21 PM
Augustin & Maximus
Silas & Caius
Rhys & Augustin
Emmeline & Penelope
Eloise & Caroline
I'd also love Aria Primrose and Gracie Valentina as the -ia ending of Aria and the -ie ending of Rosalie are a bit too close for my liking and Gracie and Rosalie share the same ending.
Both names are gorgeous, personally I prefer Ella but I do think that Lily Victoria makes a nicer combo than Ella Mae.
Alma. I've recently heard it on a very sweet and talented little English girl and that made me fall in love with the name.
Claudia I find very dated, when I heard it on kids (mostly Americans on tv,...
July 22nd, 2014, 07:09 PM
Some I think are perfect:
Alice & Clara (& Sophie)
Matilda & Clementine
Rose & Clara
Henry & Arthur & Felix
Juliette & Rosalie
Madeline & Juliette
Annabel & Max
List names that you think would make wonderful sibsets.
They don't have to be on your list, you don't even have to like the individual names but they should make you go: "these are perfect...
I think Benson is super cool. I find myself liking more and more Ben names for boys (except Benjamin) and I think Benson would fit right in with other surnames-turned-first names but still stand out...
I find Mason Anthony Jude easier to say and prefer the flow of it. How many syllables does your surname have?
Due to recent events I'd go with Lila.
Here we emphasize the first syllable. I actually find it really strange sounding the other.
Here's a list of the original Swedish names that have been used in Astrid Lindgren's wonderful literature which I have loved since I was a small child.
I'd love to know what these names translate...
Being BRUTALLY honest:
Frances - there are better names
Romola - I feel sorry for the kid
Jean Louise "Scout" - copy cat / very uncreative
Vesper - the vehicle
Saoirse - after years I finally...
July 21st, 2014, 02:05 PM
Annika Reese Lillian
July 21st, 2014, 01:56 PM
Scarlett vs. Madeleine (depends on the pronunciation of Madeleine)
July 20th, 2014, 03:58 PM
My favourite with Wyatt is Lucas but even more so Luke. Wyatt and Luke sound fantastic together.
I think if I look past name-loving and picture a real life kid with the name Walter I'd feel a bit sorry for him. It's not a bad name, I just don't feel like it's ready to make a comeback just yet....
July 20th, 2014, 03:46 PM
Liev - sounds like Leeve or Leave, the latter not being such a positive connection
Sullivan - reminds me of Monsters Inc.
Diego - is a bit too "stereotypical" for me but apart from that a nice...
July 20th, 2014, 03:33 PM
My favourite is Lilla, Vivienne and Rosalie as they sound absolutely beautiful together.
Second would be Cora, and Cecily and Colette tie for last.
Cora is a great name, I just find Vivienne to...
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