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I knew I loved nameberry for a reason. ;)
I am also hesitant to go with two middle names, especially since they both mean the same thing. Seems strange. However, Grandma Alice just passed away...
Whew! Thank you for your opinions. I think I need to learn to not worry so muc. Haha.
I’m wondering what everyone thinks of the name Mabel.* I find it to be sweet and spunky, and similar enough to Hazel to feel familiar to people.* However, now that we are getting closer to having to...
December 11th, 2012, 02:32 PM
December 11th, 2012, 02:29 PM
I've had a little obsession with Ramona lately. Ramona and Marlo are both quirky and cute, but not overly frilly.
August 8th, 2012, 09:42 AM
Lilah Belle - I'm not so sure how I feel about alliterations, Lilah Lemm has too many L's for me.
Maeve Alice - Love. My only slight concern is her initials will be MAL, which means "bad"
July 5th, 2012, 08:56 AM
I like it, but I tend to steer clear from names where the pronunciation is not immediately clear.
I actually really like Murray. I've mentioned it to my husband as a first name on more than one occassion. It seems that he feels that it is rather boring, but I think it has some vintage charm. I...
June 29th, 2012, 01:08 PM
Of your choices, I definitely prefer Fiona. I think it is fun and spunky (I feel the same way about Eliza. Maybe you'll like that?) I wouldn't let your family keep you from using a gorgeous name...
A: Adeline - August
B: Brynn - Breckin
C: Camille - Callum
D: Daisy - Declan
E: Eliza - Elliott
F: Fiona - Felix
G: Georgia - Graham
H: Hazel - Henry
I: Isla - Isaiah
J: Juliet - Jonah
June 22nd, 2012, 03:23 PM
Right this second? Milo. But check back in an hour or so and it just might be different. lol!
This. Its fairly obvious that us berries have a different style of naming than the general population. Most of the time there is nothing "right" or "wrong" with a name choice.
June 15th, 2012, 09:46 AM
I really like Amelia Christine :)
June 15th, 2012, 09:43 AM
I think this "style" can vary depending on who you know. I think people you know will change everyone's opinion on which names fit into this category. For me...
I also think this style is...
I like Graham. Its currently on my long list. I actually disagree with the PP, I think it is both fresh and classic. I think Asher might pop onto the name seen for a few years, but then drift off....
June 15th, 2012, 09:22 AM
I very much prefer Dash. Ash just seems so incomplete to me. Plus, I can imagine people double taking to make sure they didn't hear @$$.
June 15th, 2012, 09:18 AM
Giselle. Its so pretty, but I mentioned it to my husband who made a face at me. He told me to think about the first syllable. Now its ruined.
Also, Ivy. Poisin Ivy, anyone?
June 13th, 2012, 09:41 AM
If I were in your situation, I would use both. McKenna Jewel Ruth. I think that on legal paperwork the first middle is used more, so I would be "selfish" and stick Jewel up there first. The way it...
I like Zephyr August, but I think it might be too out there for us to use. Its the kind of name I'd love to see on someone else's kid. :)
Ethan has always been a favorite name of mine, but its...
Unfortunately Julian is a no go for us. Bad memory... Camilla is actually on our list! The only thing holding me back is its closeness to our dog's name (Kyra) and my in laws dog (Kali). I think...
I think I have to let go of my Hattie like. I just can't see myself using any of those full names, and I'm very much in need of a full name with the nickname. I'm fairly difficult...
Unfortunatley these names are out because of family members or friends:
Olive (which I ADORE!)
Elias (my sister's name is Alia -- I think its too close)
Loving Eloise Adeline (I say Add-a-line) and Henry August!
Though you are correct, I think Henry might be too popular. :/
I actually love Hattie. Can that be a nn for anything other than Harriet? I very much don't like Harriet. All I can think of is "So I Married an Axe Murderer"...
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