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July 22nd, 2016, 05:51 AM
I have a very lovely Aunt Cecilia. A few years ago, I sent her and the rest of my aunts decorative plagues with poems about the meaning of their names. When I first discovered that Cecilia means...
July 22nd, 2016, 03:11 AM
Alice Primrose would be a fine choice. My favorites on your list are Alexandra and Philippa (although not crazy about Pippa as a nn).
I like both names, but Francesca shines brightest for me. It's fortunate that your husband picked such a gorgeous name!
I love Samuel John... so handsome (my top choice)!
Beckett Leopold... in second place, another strong choice!
Leopold John... with the nickname Leo, I am all for it.
Personally, I would remove Orson from consideration. The repeated "or" sound in Orson and George would make it a no-go. To my ears, this repetition detracts and distracts from the combo. Charles is a...
Aden would result in a lifetime of spelling and pronunciation headaches. I would definitely go with Aiden!
July 22nd, 2016, 02:44 AM
Another vote for #1+: Grant, #2: Oliver...
I agree with all of lwj's points. Also, if someone ever wants to add her name to a family tree chart, it might be impossible to include her name without omitting part of it or using a font that is...
I like Octavia. It's not at the top of my list, but it would be a refreshing name to hear.
Hope is a wonderful word, but not on my list of favorite names. I am just not fond of the sound of "ope." However, I can think of many names I like less, and Hope is a perfectly acceptable name. Go...
July 21st, 2016, 11:25 PM
Georgia is so underused and fantastic! I hope you use it!
My favorites on your list are:
Those middle name are sweet and enhance Ione, letting it shine.
I am not keen on these:
Ione Rose - Normally, I love Rose, but I am not fond...
July 21st, 2016, 11:09 PM
I am sure there must be exceptions to this, but I have only read accounts of women being resentful, sad, and feeling gypped for being given a traditional boys' name. Even though you are talking about...
Maybe this is a regional thing in your area. I have never heard Wesley pronounced with a z sound. My brother-in-law is Wes / Wesley. I would be distressed, too, if people were weirding-out the...
I still like the idea of Gabriel in your sibset in spite of Gabe and Jay/James having the same vowell sound. Of course, you have to be comfortable with it. Branching out from your list, Samuel would...
I imagine Samuel and Philip to both be upstanding citizens, respected by all who know them. I think of Samuel as more of an outdoorsy kind of guy with a heart for nature, and Philip to be into...
For a boy, I'd definitely go with Kit. (As noted earlier, it's probably true for me that Kitt seems more feminine due to Kitty. That, plus the fact that it's the fussier spelling.)
Wow, I would consider all three names myself. They are all handsome, and it's a tough to rank them, but here goes:
2) Philip (a virtual tie with Samuel)
March 3rd, 2016, 06:54 PM
Whittaker with two Ts definitely seems like the more natural and more complete spelling.
If I had to choose, I think I would go with Dawson Whittaker.... or
I've always admired your sibset. I voted for Peter, but I love David and Gabriel too. In light of Paul, I think David or Gabriel would be a better choice for the following reasons: (1) Each child...
Gavin Paul would be amazing! Love it!
March 3rd, 2016, 06:29 PM
Here's another enthusiastic vote for Brecken.
March 3rd, 2016, 06:24 PM
Quinn, Evie & Orla
I like Serena Vitalia. It would be a great choice. I am not fond of the others.
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