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I have a nephew with a similar name. Even with two middles it is very angelic. I think that it is perfectly fine. Sometimes small children act more like devils than angels, so it does come off as...
I agree with others that are encouraging you to keep your name. This is a teenage whim (I wanted to change my name too). I knew girls that actually did change their first or last names. What you...
My daughter's favorite movie is Spirited Away, but for a long time it gave her the impression that people actually turn into pigs if they eat too much food. It was very awkward when she went around...
I have only met one Mary under 20 (she was four). I was surprised at how fresh it felt. I have no idea if her parents were religious and I never wondered. I would personally pair it with something a...
Yesterday, 03:14 PM
Everett, Julien...Miles trails behind.
Henry was my first thought...and it's on your list! They sound great together. Two of my favorite boy names (on the more popular side). Orlando gives off a completely different vibe and clashes with...
I'm sorry. I wasn't trying to be rude. There are some people that will spell a name differently without giving it much thought other than, 'that's different.' For example, I sometimes watch a little...
Yesterday, 12:22 PM
I like the suggestion of Winifred with Beatrix. Ramona would go really well too. As for boys, maybe Aldous or Magnus.
Yesterday, 12:12 PM
I really like Clementine, but I can't use it because I used to have a cat named Clem. It does bother me, but it is really a matter of whether or not it bothers you.
I strongly associate Daria with the cartoon, which I never watched much. I don't think your daughter's generation will know anything about it, so maybe you are safe from teasing? That is, unless she...
I don't like most surname names, but this one is ok. I think of Washington Irving (there's a fun surname name) and John Irving.
I really like this name. It is gender neutral, but I prefer it on a girl. I always think of the little girl in the movie 'My Dog Skip.' I also think of Rivers Phoenix...I do like the Rivers spelling...
July 23rd, 2014, 08:50 PM
Sunny! It is the perfect name for a beach boy.
I think you would get more thumbs up if the question stated, 'Do you like this name'? People are very picky about what they would name their child vs. what name they like on someone else's child.
Augustin and Maximus
Eloise and Margot
Maximus and Eloise
I love Olive (way more than Olivia...sorry, but they are completely different names). Something somewhat quirky would be nice in the middle.
First, is there a reason for the y stuck in there? It might make things a bit more difficult if people are always misspelling your daughter's name. It will also make the very classic name age poorly...
July 23rd, 2014, 03:46 PM
Thank you! As soon as my husband found out the gender he suddenly became more interested in talking names. I don't even want to take him seriously at this point. He had his chance...haha. I'm...
July 23rd, 2014, 12:48 PM
We are having a girl!
July 22nd, 2014, 03:51 PM
Three girls sound like fun! I love the name Magnolia.
July 22nd, 2014, 03:44 PM
Thatcher feels outdoorsy. Reid would be a nice fit, but it is more common to see than Thatcher. I really like Abel because it is rarely chosen, but appealing. Honor is nice too.I'm not too fond of...
I prefer only one word in a name. Something like Orchid River is pretty, but maybe a bit much (at least for me). I will give this a try though.
Yes, it is very popular. Simple and sweet, but still up there.
Eleanor Al!ce Charl0tte
...not many new girls lately.
I give this plenty of consideration, but there is more than 'cute' that determines how a name will age. The first factor is trendiness. A name that sparks up in popularity only to fall back off the...
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