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Just another aspect here - Age 3 is a time with a lot of changes for a kid, and they're testing out their authority a lot. They're super expressive.They're learning so much every day, and becoming,...
My favorites from your list are
February 19th, 2015, 09:42 PM
Of your original list, I like Margot Dianne (I'd spell it with the silent T.)
I liked the suggestion of Ruby Dianne; Owen and Ruby sound great together.
I also think Sophie Dianne would work...
I think they all have different feels to them, but I really like all of these combos!
February 18th, 2015, 11:32 AM
Jaqueline Julia Jane
Josephine Joy Jemma
Jacob Jay Joseph
Jonathan Jeremy James
Ohh - How about Libby Mae?
Nash and Libby sound really nice.
Libby could be short for Liberty Mae, very southern and nationalistic.
Nash and Daisy Mae
Nash and Ivy Mae
Nash and Calla Mae
I think I'd do it. You said you live far away and rarely see each other, and she's 5 years older than your son will be.
As long as you're not planning on calling him Eli (with the same sound as...
I wouldn't do it. Why would I subject a boy to a feminine name that he'd have to deal with in a world where he'll be ridiculed for it? I wouldn't name a girl a masculine name either.
February 16th, 2015, 12:10 PM
Caledonia - If you really like it, you can call her "Callie"
Fernley - Sounds very made up, like all the -ley names
Gentry - Pre-determining a social status?
Larkspur - I don't think this sounds...
February 13th, 2015, 04:44 PM
Lea Clementine (or Lia, Leah, or however you'd want to spell it) would be a really nice double-barrel name!
Personally, I'd never name my child Rebel. It's asking for trouble.
If I were Maxen, I'd be so jealous of Ramona's name, and would probably change my name to Maxine as soon as legally allowed.
February 11th, 2015, 10:35 PM
I agree with those who said that they feel like you're saying Maven.
What if your daughter isn't such a maven? I'd feel like it's a really high goal to set for a person. Maven is different than...
Kendra and Irv have 6 children, 3 sons and 3 daughters. Their daughters' first names are all very modern and trendy, and their...
I love Naomi (but it doesn't go with Delaney!), and Noelle
I haven't written a birth plan for any of my births. My doula and I discussed my hopes for my birthing much beforehand, and she understood me really well. I also let my doctor (and the medical...
February 9th, 2015, 10:17 PM
Any of the -belle names would work.
Also, Cambria, Elizabeth, Phoebe, Sabrina, Rebecca...
DW: Frances Geraldine
DH: Albert Roy
DS: Patrick James
Dd: Robin Cheryl
DS: Christopher Kevin
Dd: Sheila Gail
It sounds like Barnaby but with an English accent :-P
I have a friend Elise.
I also have a friend Alise.
December 8th, 2014, 07:41 PM
I like Berry and Pearl
DW: Clara Mabel
DH: Joseph Arthur
Dd: Alice Jean
DS: George Stanley
Dd: Lillian Ruby
Dd: Edith Rose
DS: Charles Daniel
DW: Linda Ann
DH: Craig Donald
Dd: Heather Amanda
DS: Scott Nicholas
DS: Ryan Jeffery
Dd: Lauren Emily
Dd: Kimberly Megan
I think I'd go with Ruth, and call her either Ruthie, or Roo.
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