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July 27th, 2012, 08:42 PM
I like both Blythe and Paige. I think that Paige perhaps has a bit more of a fresh feel. I agree with @saraallison- Paige Marie sounds great.
LOVE that you're considering Marie for a mn. I know...
Love Cordelia! IMO, the middle name should be short since Cordelia has 3 syllables. And, since Cordelia is more of an old-fashioned name, I think the mn should reflect that style.
What do you...
The two that immediately caught my attention are Elizabeth and Rosemary. I think they are both classic, feminine names that go well with Seth and Madeline. Plus, I love the nickname potential for...
Hello! Congrats on your pregnancy! I like the names you listed, especially Benjamin, Jack, Hannah, and Lila.
This made me laugh :).
Sometimes I am a bit surprised when I read people's nns for their kids b/c they do seem like a stretch and I find myself wondering how in the heck they reached it. Thanks...
I think Saul is my favorite from your list.
You have them listed as a middle names, but I also like Burke and Bryce as a potential first names.
Sullivan is nice too, but I don't think it...
July 25th, 2012, 09:25 PM
I see Kurt as being a bit more soft-spoken and thoughtful. I envision Elliot as being much more outgoing, maybe even a little impulsive. I knew several Elliotts in high school and college and all of...
Here are some of the names that came to mind when I saw your list:
Sedona- I thought of this when I saw Phoenix on your list. Sedona seems more feminine IMO. ...
Say: Hello Nona and Leon!
Think: Nona is an interesting name. I wonder if it's short for something...Wynona perhaps? Leon makes me think of a man in is mid 50s.
This is my son Dylan Howard.
July 25th, 2012, 08:55 PM
Thank you for taking the time to give your feedback. Many of you made some insightful comments and gave some great suggestions that we'll look into.
I should have been more...
July 25th, 2012, 05:49 PM
Since children tend to take their father’s last name (a tie to his family), do you think it’s okay to only use names from the mom’s side of the family for first and/or middle names?
I LOVE Molly, especially with the mn Elizabeth. It's a very classic, sweet, and feminine name! While Sophia is lovely too, I think Molly is a more refreshing choice.
This is what I was about to say. I'd just stick with Eve, it's a beautiful name :).
I actually much prefer Ava. To me, Aria seems trendy while Ava is classic. Despite Ava's undeniable popularity, I think it's the better choice.
I prefer Noah to Blake and think Noah works better with all of the potential middle names. Blake just didn't sound right with any of those mns, IMO.
July 22nd, 2012, 08:48 PM
Ever since reading The Odyssey in high school, I've loved the name Penelope. I always said I'd give my daughter that name. But...my husband HATES the name (he has a very strong negative association...
I don't get a butler vibe from Bentley Charles; I think the combo sounds fine.
But, since you're looking for other B names, what do you think about Bradley? I think Bradley Charles sounds nice...
Alexander Drew- 10 (love both names)
Jason Drew- 6 (not a fan of Jason; like Drew)
Miranda Jade- 7 (love Miranda, Jade is ok)
Miranda Nicole- 7 (love Mirnada, Nicole is ok)
Skylar Jade- 5 (I...
I LOVE both Audrey Elizabeth and Everett Adam!
James, Holland, Benjamin
Priscilla, Kathleen, Bess
Jack- I love Jack, but there are already 2 Jacks in my extended family, so would rather not use it.
To add to what others have said, I want to note that when I read Fenyx, I pronounced it "Feh-nix," not "Fee-nix." If I'm understanding you correctly, you want Fenyx to be pronounced just as Phoenix...
I like Melissa. I get why people think it's dated, but I don't think that's always such a bad thing. Melissa definitely makes me think of 80s names, but there were plenty of 80s names that are nice...
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