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July 24th, 2015, 08:28 PM
I love Dorothea, it is actually one of my cat's names! I call her Doro most of the time.
July 23rd, 2015, 05:42 PM
I know a nine year old Sailor and a two year old Scout, they are definitely wearable.
Oliver, he is completely in love with the nn Ollie on a boy. Unfortunately it doesn't flow with his last name and has gotten too popular in our area.
Definitely Lydia! It has a great history, is neither too popular nor unheard of, and has the adorable nn Liddy!
I feel as though every other little girl I meet is Charlotte, it doesn't feel...
April 20th, 2015, 09:19 PM
Of the names you have listed for boys, my favorite is Otis Duncan. Second would be Silas Shepherd, though I have a feeling this is going to get very popular now that Justin Timberlake and Jessica...
Ramona is one of my favorite girl's names!!! I adore Romy as a nn, not as fond of Mona.
I think Ramona is fabulous with your other girls.
Andy is my favorite of the names you have listed, it has a very clean-cut, boy next door feeling for me and I think a boy/man of any age can wear it well. I feel the same way about Alex, but to a...
Dulcinea was my first thought.
March 28th, 2015, 12:58 PM
My son has a classmate (second grade) named Tennessee who wears the name really well, I love seeing someone else use it! I prefer the flow of Tennessee Aaron, and really like that it honors both...
March 27th, 2015, 12:04 AM
I love that you have a little Orson, congratulations! A few ideas for the next time around:
I love this name! I'm in the states, not Australia, but I think Olympia is completely wearable. Olly or Polly would be more natural nns than Poppy, but I think you could get away with it if that's...
My mother had me, an Emily, and 2 years later named my sister Evan.
It has never mattered that our names were of a different style. I feel like people on this website make a big deal about...
March 19th, 2015, 11:51 AM
I think Nola is a natural nn for Magnolia. As pps said, I would just call her that from the beginning to establish it for others.
I think another strong nature/word name would fit best. How about...
March 16th, 2015, 11:03 PM
In no particular order...
I prefer Nila of your choices, they made me think of Aida and Sophira.
Olympia is one of my favorites and has the same flow as Ophelia, maybe that would work?
Have you considered Katya? That may be a way for you to get to Kate, and it's a two syllable name ending in 'a'.
I'm having a hard time coming up with others that haven't already been suggested. Good luck!
I'm having a hard time coming up with others that haven't been suggested already. Good luck!
My son's name came from a dream I had not long after I found out I was pregnant. I dreamt I was driving down Main Street with my sister, who kept referring to the car seat in the back by a particular...
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