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Popularity aside, I think Charlotte is absolutely gorgeous and it's one of my favourite names.
However, it's EXTREMELY popular (currently #1 in Australia, where I live) and I know several little...
Yesterday, 07:21 PM
Either Harrison or Hudson sounds okay. I chose Harrison because I think it's a nicer name. Finn Hinchley has the rhyming "in" sound, which I dislike.
Isla is a very "of the moment" name. There are lots of little Islas being born now. For me, name popularity is important. I tend to exclude names on the upswing such as Evelyn, Isla and Zara.
Well, of course, it's completely your choice. However...I think Capucine would come across as a bit pretentious especially if your name is very common.
In terms of matching best with Charlotte and Harrison, I think Davis is a winner. I like David even better.
Both your combos are very samey...Clara Rose is very R heavy and Caela a Grace is very ay heavy. Here's a thought: what about Clara Grace?
Eva Niamh is very V heavy and rhymey. As a combination, I dislike it. If the child is very young and you really dislike their birth name, I see no reason why you couldn't change it.
No contest! Clara Rose all the way!
Ooh, lots of lovely choices! Thanks, girls ;)
Loving Iris, Jane and Wren as short and sweet options. Still keen on Beatrice and Violet ;)
So this is my current name crush! Trying to figure out middles. So far I've got Beatrice, Charlotte and Violet. Any other suggestions?
I'd be excited about any new baby born into my circle of family and friends, of course, but it meant I wouldn't be excited about the name.
However, if you absolutely love Emily more than any...
Honestly...I think it's way too popular. I wouldn't be excited to hear of a new baby Emily, especially if her middle name was Grace. Emily Beatrix is better - and I do like the nickname Millie - but...
July 26th, 2014, 01:32 AM
Oh, please choose either Adelina or Adeline! Adelyn looks so trendy with the y thrown in. As for middles, I really like Adelina Charlotte best. I'd advise against choosing a name starting with A...
Cassia Winter Rose - Love! I think this is gorgeous. As I said before, I'm not a huge fan of Rhiannon, so I don't like that combo so much, although, objectively it's fine.
To be honest...no. Willow is okay, but I'm definitely not a fan of Rhiannon. Although it's not necessarily a bad name; just not my taste. If you're set on using Rhiannon, I think you can come up with...
July 25th, 2014, 04:59 AM
If you're more than 18 days since ovulation and still getting negatives, then it's highly unlikely you're pregnant. If you're five days late then you're probably about 19 days past ovulation...
If it's a family name, anyone in the family can use that name. You've all got a claim. For example, my cousin's daughter is named Elsa Margaret (our grandmother was named Margaret). I'm still...
It's because they're often chosen by parents who have put very little thought into their child's middle name. I don't really think much of those names because I like when people are more creative and...
My favourite J boys names are:
If twins run in your partner's family, you are no more likely to have twins than anyone else. For twins to be genetic, they have to run down the maternal line (meaning your mum had twins, or your...
FRESH! It's gorgeous. Susannah is right at the top of my list and it's not even in the top 1000 in America!
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