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Donovan is a bit preppy and smart. American teenage boy. Into photography and astronomy.
Beautiful Bea! Beatrice Caroline is a great combo!
September 20th, 2014, 12:41 PM
Here's my two cents:
Dorothy - I like the nickname options. Dottie, Dolly or Dory would be good matches for sisters named Betsy and Rosemary. Dorothy on it's own is so old...
Some ideas since you like Beatrice, Lilah and Camille:
They are both great combos. They are a bit androgynous though.
I might prefer Rowan to Roan, but since Rowan is used for girls, I do like Roan. I love August!
Emerson is also sometimes used for...
September 19th, 2014, 10:32 PM
Edmund gets my vote! It's handsome and charming. It reminds me of a story book prince.
David Arthur is a tad boring and safe. I'm not really a fan. Maybe be a bit more adventurous with this...
September 19th, 2014, 09:59 PM
Like Pam said, all these names come from different categories.
You have interesting taste. You must like a broad range of names. What are some of your other choices?
Here is what I think of the...
September 16th, 2014, 08:49 PM
Bridget is a good solid name. That's my pick.
September 16th, 2014, 08:47 PM
Desmond has always been a favorite for me.
Congratulations and best of luck!
No, it isn't too early. My mother's name is Susan, and I am sure that a lot of women my age have mothers or grand-mothers named Susan. Susan is quiet lovely. I hope that women consider using Susan...
Any of these would sound nice:
Edward, Edmund or Edwin
To me, Tucker is more suitable for a dog. My SIL has a dog named Tucker.
Jasper and Lucas are great!
How about something that doesn't end in er?
Too matchy for me. Also Mackenzie was a boy's name first, so that could get confusing.
Macaulay and Kenzie might work instead. There are lots of lovely Scottish names for girls.
Use Macaulay -...
Brynn is super cute! Short and sweet and not too boyish.
Since Brynn comes from the Welsh boy's name Bryn, I am thinking of some names with a bit of an exotic flair.
Brynn and sis -
Persephone is a bit quirky.
Here are some other names that are also pretty, but unusual sounding:
Seraphina or Seraphine
Verena or Verity
Silas is my pick no matter what. Both go with your sibset, but Walter will just never be as cool as Silas.
September 14th, 2014, 11:05 AM
I would toss Lochlan and Ronan, even though they are great. Why not just Finn? Even though it ends in N, it's only one syllable and not too matchy.
I like the suggestion of Finola nn Nola for a...
Elijah Jude! Perfect!
September 14th, 2014, 10:35 AM
 June Lenora vs June Isobel - June Isobel sounds prettier. June and Lenora together is too N heavy. June makes me swoon. :)
 Diana Florence vs Diana Pearl vs Diana Mabel vs Diana Willow -...
When I was a child, I knew a Leora. Her name was Leora Jean. Her parents used both names, but I don't think it was hyphenated. They also called her Girl. Not sure why...Maybe cuz they had 2 boys?...
Oh! Nice picks! I don't like them together though. Go with Gretel! It is so awesome! Who cares about the Hansel and Gretel references. Margot is more popular.
Margot and Gretel together is too...
September 11th, 2014, 05:39 PM
Yes, I like some of the names that others find a bit plain. Anne-Marie has always been a fave. The popular middles are so lovely as firsts. Rose, Grace, Jean, May, etc.
September 11th, 2014, 05:34 PM
Caroline sounds smart and pretty. I think it's a good, classic name.
Vivian gets my vote. I dislike Bronwen and John together.
Vivian has nickname potential, as does William. Bronwen does not.
September 11th, 2014, 05:30 PM
Of course! Adorable names!
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