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Sorry for all the negative comments you're getting! I quite like Gladys actually; it's quirky, so severely out of date and different without being cre8iv and in my mind those are good things (maybe I...
When I started this thread I was still a little leery of Elisabeth because it's so normal and traditional and (though I hate to say this...) almost boring. But the nickname potential got me and now...
Well maybe I'm a bit late in replying but I've been looking at this thread since you started it and decided I had to give my advice too.
As you might notice I'm a ford-lover so I say buy a Ford. ...
Your responses are inspiring! Especially love Birdie, Lilibet (so vintage-ly cute!), electrifyingly fresh and bouncy Zibby, and...well not I'm quite sure I actually like Sabby and Busy but they're...
My latest crush is Elisabeth and I'm brainstorming for any possible (or impossible) nicknames. Cute, innovative, far-out, classic, whatever you can come up with, but I do not like any Lisa/Lizzie/Liz...
Someone I know had a baby this winter and named her the obvious: Wynter Sno. Okay so Winter's a pretty name and Snow's not too horrible... but together!? and mispelled too! poor darling baby!
I've been crushing on this name all day (no clue why -never really thought of it before...) so it was a sweet surprise to see this thread. :) My biggest reservation is, like a lot of you others, the...
I know a guy who's about 19 named Clyde. He does occasionally get called "collide" but he totally rocks his name and I've never thought it was odd or "too old" (although my mom does...)
I love Irene...
November 9th, 2012, 08:27 PM
Iris Faith or (gp) Silver Lorene
Franklin Roger or Boone Franklin
I say go for Noa! I really love it...what does it matter if it's not perfect with your sibset!? Besides, I really think that Noa and Scarlet are cute sister names.
I've been liking Smith for a boy lately but I also like your idea of using Smith on a girl. Smith Liberty -it just sounds good. Although I am not usually a fan of unisex names and it is very boyish,...
oooooh I love word names...... a few are
September 9th, 2012, 10:09 PM
Becca, Brittany, Denise, Genesis, Jacqueline, Jenna, Jordan, Kara, Kennedy, Kinsley, Lara, Lorraine, Nadia, Nicole, Payton, Polly, Queenie, Quinn, Quintessa, Rita, Roxanne, Sharon, Susan, Tamara,...
I like Abel with Harper and Mason. It doesn't really go but they're kind of awesome together and I like the idea of using something stunningly different with those two names.
I like it. I've been loving Reef for a while (middle name only); it's cool to hear of someone who used it. And Britton -well I've not thought much about it as a boys name (kinda like Brittain for a...
It's horrid but I love it.
I agree with viviana: Grayson is nice; I like the nn Gray but it's all kind of boring. Crosby is so awesome and unusual but recognizable -I love it.
June 11th, 2012, 05:28 PM
I think the suggestions of Elise, Lorraine and Lucille fit beautifully with your girls' names. All of their names are two syllables and have the accent on the second syllable so I think it would be...
I love Gord (/Gordon) and thinks it's awesome that some one else does too! It doesn't make me think of pumpkins and squash but that's probably because all my life I've known people with that name . ...
DD (17): Augusta Song
DD (14): Pearl Faith
DS (11): Cornelius Wolfe
DS (9): Roger Ford
DD (6): Maud Berkley
DD (4): Francine Lyric
DD (3): Blanche Silver
Gusty, Pearl, Neil, Ro,...
Alexia and Alicia ...too cute and matchy for me.
Ooooooh I absolutely love the name Roger! It's my Grandpa's name and I think it'd be fun to use it but seeing as I'm only 17 my tastes will probably change before I have a chance to. I'd love to...
Right now they'd be
February 7th, 2012, 04:06 PM
a 5-month-old named Ellie Mae
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