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Which do you prefer?
I would pronounce Rosalie the French way with the stress on the last syllable, Rosa-LIE. Is it too cutestie?
Oh thank you so much for your thoughtful input. This really helps me!
I like the nn Posy for Josephine, so cute.
Yes I also thought Matilda might be a bit heavy, esp with Edmund. Love the nn...
We're expecting a baby girl soon and really need some help with name inspiration. We're stuck!
Ideally the name will fit style-wise with brother Edmund, a name we love because is is strong yet...
May 24th, 2013, 06:39 PM
If it does not feel right change it! How can it be too late, baby's not even born yet :) tell family you'll name him after you see him.
If after all this time Thomas does not feel right then it's...
Personally I would say Jackson is spunky modern American with surname roots and Marina is modern Italian. Nothing at all to do with the other names you listed which are all classic historic vintage...
March 24th, 2012, 02:42 PM
1) a baby with a english first and middle name (gender: your choice)
2) a baby with a japanese first name, and word for a middle (gender: your choice) (e.g. Midori Blaze)
very cool old school name which goes well with your other kids' names. sounds very english to me, no other connotations. nickname perry is super cute too.
hugo is sweet as well.
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