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What are your thoughts on Gretel. If you like the name, why? if you hate it, why? Lately I've been crushing on her. I think she fits well with the rest of my list, and I really like the combo Gretel...
I really like Isabelle Aurora Grace as a combo, I love the spunk Aurora brings to Isabelle and Grace. The fact that you keep coming back to Isabelle Aurora Grace, despite considering other combos,...
I really like June with Addie, it goes better than Halle imo. As far as middles go I think something with 3 or more syllables works best, wdyt of
June 23rd, 2014, 06:49 PM
Thanks for all the responses in Theodore's favor, I had completely forgotten about Teddy in Little Woman, despite having read the book multiple times and loving it. Defiantly a good reason to add...
I fail to see why Mercy wouldn't be usable. Mercy is gorgeous and unusual, without being weird. There is no more teasing potential than any other virtue name.
June 23rd, 2014, 12:12 PM
Theodore has always been a name I've kind of liked but not really paid much attention to. Lately however I've been crushing on the nn Teddy, and realized how great of a name Theodore is, he fits with...
June 20th, 2014, 09:53 AM
Kressida defiantly goes best with Korrine.
Have you considered Katrina at all? I think Korrine and Katrina makes a stunning sibset. I also second the suggestions of Klara and Kamilla.
Yes Emily is popular, but it's still a beautiful name, I think with an unexpected middle Emily would be great.
My favorite is Samantha Gillian, although I really like Samantha Naomi with the siblings names. Samantha Miriam or Samantha Eve would also be awesome.
June 20th, 2014, 09:41 AM
Emelia is the first name that came to mind as it fits the pattern your girls' names already have, six letters, begins with E, ends in a. Estella also fits the E-a pattern, yet still feels distinctive...
June 20th, 2014, 09:22 AM
Here are a few names that feel folksy to me,
June 18th, 2014, 08:51 PM
Like others have said, it depends on the name, Mae, Grace, Rose, Ann, Lynn, possibly even Jane and Dawn(but not as much) yes, I see them as filler names. Lesser used, or more out-there one syllable...
Such sad news, I didn't know her well but as others have mentioned I always noticed how kind she was to everything, none of her posts that I read were ever negative. I'll pray for her family.
June 18th, 2014, 09:10 AM
Love to suggestion of Lucy as Ella's sister. As far as combos go, possibly
Zoe also goes will with...
I would defiantly pronounce it with a long a, ZAY-la
Eloise could work for Louise, so could almost and Lu- name, Lucy, Lucille, Lucinda.
As for Vicky, well it's a short form of Victoria, which means victory, so another name that means Victory, such as...
Elodie is pronounced like Melody without the M, elle-oh-dee.
Sadie is the first name that comes to mind when I read "cute but strong". Molly is a close second. Other names that are cute, but still feel strong are
I've only ever met one little girl named Violet, so while the numbers say there are plenty, the chances of another Violet being in her Kindergarten class are relatively slim.
May 31st, 2014, 02:14 PM
Eliza is always my first thought when I hear "a name similar to Alice. . ." so that's my suggestion.
May 21st, 2014, 09:09 AM
Personally I don't find Avery and Henry to be too rhymy at all since, other than the last two letters, they sound totally different.
As far as suggestions, here are a few I feel like are a mixture...
May 21st, 2014, 08:58 AM
Stella, similar to both his favorite, Sanna, and your favorite, Luna. I think Stella would be perfect for you!
Instead of Rynn, how about Wren?
Since you have Nina, Luna, Linnea and Lucia on your...
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