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I like the suggestion of Sunday nn Sunny (or Wendsday nn Wendy).
My surname rhymes with Nellie.
I am well into my third trimester and still second guessing Beatrix's middle name. I was all set on Plum, but I don't think my husband really cares for it. Beatrix Plum sort of sounds like a...
I like the Grey spelling, but I'm honestly not loving this name. It just sounds depressing, plus brings to mind 50 shades (which I've never read). Grady, Gage, Harrison, or even Tanner (a happier...
September 29th, 2014, 06:12 PM
I am deeply crushing on the idea of Birdie being a nn for Beatrice.
I really like Fleur, but my husband laughed at me when I told him it was on my list of names for our daughter. Apparently it isn 't very 'down to earth.' The way some people pronounce it isn't...
I'm not a fan of Ryan, as it feels dated and very common, but I do like the astronomy connection. I would like to see this name on a little boy to know just how much I'd swoon.
I have met adults named Cricket, so it isn't too out there for me. Craven is one that I would avoid, as it literally means "lacking courage" or "timid."
I love Arthur with your other children's names. Louis would be a serious contender if you were pronouncing it Loo-is. Loo-ee feels a bit fussy to me.
September 23rd, 2014, 03:31 PM
I really like just Dot, but Peridot and Ottilie are both nice long versions.
Doe, which is similar to Dot, is also an nn option for pretty names like...
This is a big relief. It didn't cross my mind that the cat might not want to be around the baby. He avoids all visiting babies and toddlers, so you guys are probably right. Thank you!
I have always loved cats. However, as I get nearer to having a new baby I am becoming concerned about my indoor / outdoor cat. He is a frisky guy...just the type to crawl into the bassinet or crib...
I don't like Ryan, Dakota or Logan on either gender, as they're dated. I do love the name Max. It would be sweet on a boy or a girl. To the poster with a daughter named Felix...I like the spunkiness....
I think Grace (like Rose) is less expected as a fn. It feels dull in the middle, but nicer in the front. Madelief is an unusual favorite of mine. Grace Madelief is lovely!
I know these are place names, but they bring to mind country music for me:
As a previous poster said, the y in Hyndrix will date the name. The y trend will soon go out of style and everyone who has a random y thrown into their name will be from 'that' era. Hendrix is so...
Zara is a nice mixture of pretty and strong. My second favorite is Evie, which is quite a bit more cutesy than Zara. Ronan and Zara would be my favorite pairing.
September 1st, 2014, 04:30 PM
I wouldn't use a name that I didn't like, nor would I attempt to force a name onto my partner if he disliked it. Strongly suggest a name your boyfriend hates and then tell him that you feel the same...
September 1st, 2014, 01:43 PM
It reminds me of Nova, which isn't too uncommon. I do agree that Neva and Ezra are too similar though. If you like short names, maybe:
August 27th, 2014, 03:18 PM
I love it. This name is rare for either gender. I don't see an issue. I slightly prefer Larkspur.
Finnegan Ezra flows better for me, since Finn and Ezra are both the same length. Here are a few other suggestions:
I think it would work on a girl. The male names I don't like on girls tend to be more traditional. Christopher or Leopold probably won't work well. Griffin is not nearly as difficult to imagine.
I also went through terrible anxiety while pregnant and after my daughter was born. I imagined the worst. Getting a babysitter meant a sleepless night of worries. I never considered putting myself...
I love the name Faulkner for a boy, but apparently it's some old writer. I don't like to read. No one will question me, right? I mean, there have been other people with the name Faulkner, not just...
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