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Rowan - Boy (but can see it on a girl)
Quinn - Boy (hate this on a girl because of a bad association)
Kai - Boy
Sawyer - Boy
Charlie - Boy (as a full name), Girl (nn only)
Avery - Boy (but can...
Congrats - Beautiful name and sibset! x
Lived in the East Midlands region of England my whole life :) I love it here, except for the weather :p
Slightly unnerved to see my top two names on your dislike list, chloe14! But, hey, to each their own! I don't really hate any names, except names that are *youneek* or totally off-the-wall. But, I do...
September 17th, 2014, 11:05 AM
So basically, you want it to be pronounced like Oliver?! That's a boys name, just spelled in a "girly" way. Please, for your kid's sake, use either Olive or Olivia, or she will be mistaken for a boy...
September 16th, 2014, 12:23 PM
Apart from Margaret, I would not consider any of the names you mentioned as vintage. Jane is an underused classic that I love and Dakota is a place name, not vintage. Shannen, Marie, Heather, Michele...
I love the nickname Teddy too! I agree that most Theodore's I've known go by Theo, and your little Theodore may prefer to go by Theo when he's older - just a warning if you're really against Theo....
IMHO, Susan is dated, sorry! I prefer Susannah - has a similar feel, but is fresher and has a cute, southern belle vibe x
My full name is Sophie Grace Margaret. My Dad wanted to use Sophie, which was his Mum's middle name. My Mum preferred Grace, but was worried I would get called Gracie *yuck!* So, in the end they went...
For people saying Brooke is dated, it's actually in the top 100 here in the UK, and my friend just used it for her second little girl! Its not my style, but I still think its quite cute. Lucy and Zoe...
September 14th, 2014, 11:25 AM
I'm rubbish at making combos, so I'll just do nicknames!
A very handsome and distinguished name! Love it! Congrats on your little man! x
I went to the local farm park with my family today, and obviously it was full of kids! I always listen out for unusual names, and one that stood out was Lucius. This belonged to an adorable little...
September 13th, 2014, 12:41 PM
I'm from the UK. All ranks and birth data are taken from this list: http://www.britishbabynames.com/blog/top-1000-names-in-england-and-wales-2013.html
Arthur - #43, 1559 births
Edmund - #837, 36...
Arthur - Ari
Edmund - Ted
Rupert - Rue
Dashiell - Dash
Walter - Walt
Malcolm - Mal
Lionel - Lyle
Barnaby - Barns
Calvin - Cal
Otis - Oates?!
September 12th, 2014, 02:39 PM
My parents actually thought I was going to be a boy cause the ultrasound tech screwed up and said I was! My Dad wanted to call me John Charles Brian. The names are family names - John for my granddad...
Thanks for all the replies! I see Gretel is not to everyone tastes, but I expected that. Some have offered Greta as an alternative, but for some reason, I don't like this as much, not sure why.
@waverly123 - thanks! I love Martha, but unfortunately it's quite popular with the upper classes here at the moment :( I've thought about Gretel Sophie, but agree the flow isn't the best. I agree...
@niteowl13 - thanks! Actually, here in the UK, Margot is at #725, so not that popular at all! Gretel is not in the top 1000, but Greta is at #699. I like Margot Helena, but I'm quite set on Margot...
Grandparents - John Thomas and Margaret (not sure she has a middle - will have to ask Mum!)
Great-grandparents - Ada & James, Ida and John
Grandparents - Helena Sophie...
What do you think of Margot and Gretel as sisters? I love both names, but have hesitated putting both on my list as they are both forms of the same name - Margaret. However, I think it would be a...
I adore Malcolm! Great choice! I don't have any new suggestions, but I really like pp's suggestions of Malcolm Reed, Malcolm Forrest and Malcolm Fox.
September 12th, 2014, 05:58 AM
Sylvan makes me think of the Sylvanian family toys, but I don't know if they were ever popular in the US, so that probably won't bother you. Other than that, I think it's perfectly usable.
I really like Shep, but I'm not too sure about Shepherd. I heard on here a while back that someone knew someone called Stephen who went by Shep. I thought that was really cool! It's a bit of a...
I love it! Walter is one of my favourites too; so handsome and distinguished! Edmund works so well with it, and I love the significance of Jago. The only criticism I have is that it's a 2-2-2 rhythm;...
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