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Elisabeth. Eleanor is an unattractive librarian. Elisabeth is a queen.
Phoebe Iris Margaret? Aren't Pims a brand of cookies or something yummy in England??
Wondering how Bartholomew Michael sounds with your last name ;-). Desmond is strong, handsome, and accomplished, though.
I like Lucas & Liam. Riley is sweet, but only if spelled correctly. Tatum is a family name in my ancestry, so I don't like seeing non-related people using it (and if they do, it's quite feminine to...
All are great choices! I especially love Joseph (Joe or Joey)! Your style is quite similar to my sister's...she's also got a Zachary & Ryan. Levi or Liam would be my suggestions.
January 20th, 2015, 10:12 AM
I love Sophie-Anne (but w/this spelling), also Sasha, Sabine, Sabrina, Surya, and Sari.
Saskia is very cool! I also like Cosima and Eliza, but the others...not so much. Though they are perfectly respectable names, just not my style.
I like the nn for Rafferty (Rafe), but not a fan of Lachlan in any form. I'd pair it w/Dominic (Nico).
Vivienne Beatrice-love both names individually, but to me, the V- name next to a B- name clashes.
Margot Beatrix--not a fan
Athena Maeve--please don't...
I just think of cows chewing their cud. I like nature names, but not that one.
January 18th, 2015, 06:48 PM
Frederick James 'Freddie'
January 18th, 2015, 11:33 AM
Flynn--like it, but sometimes I hear phlegm, which isn't pleasant
Rowan--girl's name...I'd opt for Ronan for a...
Guinevere is gorgeous, Priscilla is very frilly pink princessy. It would be a bit of a trial to a kid more interested in soccer and climbing rock walls.
January 16th, 2015, 09:13 PM
Arabella--a bit pretentious, but sweet on a child. Not so sweet on an adult or pre-teen.
Aurelia--every culture pronounces it differently...problematic in the US
Charlotte--smart, bur boring...
I adore Alexander & Valentine's names. I'd choose names of similar length and style for the new twins...Cassandra & Felicity, Guinevere & Lucrezia (Gwen & Luca), Lourdes & Raphaela.
January 15th, 2015, 11:22 PM
Cash-uh is lovely; Cass-ee-uh sounds like a Brit trying to create syllables where none exist (like the way they say jag-oo-ar for jaguar). But stick with what you like and correct people until Cassia...
January 15th, 2015, 10:45 PM
I'm crushing on Zelie (Zay-lee), it's French, and just sounds fresh to me.
Greer seems rather harsh...perhaps Allegra? Marlowe is better, but perhaps Shiloh, Bennett (it was initially used for females a few hundred years ago), Bailey, Riley, or Sage.
January 13th, 2015, 04:59 PM
I'd pair a French name w/Louise. Pelagie Louise, Vivienne Louise, Evangeline Louise, Helene Louise. I also like Melanie from your list.
Names in use for more than 300 years can't be considered trendy.
Are you certain?--your other kids have such lovely, classic names. Finley is trendy, and misspelling it will only lead to your descendants having to assume you were illiterate. There are so many...
Lola is cute, but I prefer it as a nn for Lourdes.
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