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Elle or Ellie? I could see Lulu working as well, though it is a stretch!
I saw a little girl named Lola on the beach last week. I really love it, though Autumn feels off. Lola Sterling is better. My second choice would be Stella. Both are very 'cool' choices. I can't...
I really like the name Hart. Here are a few suggestions:
July 13th, 2015, 08:06 PM
I love the author surname trend, so yes.
July 13th, 2015, 08:03 PM
As a side note, I'm also reminded of the band (but that's my age...
Thanks for some good suggestions. I really like Magnus, Earnest, and Hawthorne.
July 13th, 2015, 12:00 PM
We have used almost everything between our two girls (including a pack of dollar store diapers someone bought us). My absolute favorite is the Honest Company. They are just too fun, plus more...
What would you suggest for the brother of Scout and Beatrix (Bee)? I am not usually thrilled with boy names, though I do sort of like Wolfgang. I'm just not sure if it's too much.
July 13th, 2015, 11:31 AM
My daughter has a book called, "The Dark" with a little boy named Laszlo as the only character. I don't think it's that unusual, but definitely not expected! I really like it!
I absolutely love Winnie! I would personally just use that, but Winora isn't bad or too out there. It just feels a little stiff to me.
I'm surprised at the number of responses that are against Milo for a girl. It is extremely soft. I like it fairly well on a girl, especially as a nickname.
Beckett doesn't feel too masculine for a girl...probably because it is somewhat trendy sounding. I do always think of Samuel Beckett, but I'm not sure he is typically the inspiration for this name.
Albert is handsome and classic.
A newborn girl named Bexley just appeared on my facebook wall. I can't get behind it.
I considered Wildwood as a middle name for my daughter. A blogger I follow just now used Wildflower on hers.
May 29th, 2015, 11:42 AM
It's hard to say. I think a person has the ability to make more of an impression on a name than the other way around. This could be especially true for a name as uncommon as Plato. However, it would...
Our neighbor has a little boy named Kane. He is the only one I've met, but I absolutely love it! I really dislike Remington, but the others on your list are reasonably nice.
I would go ahead and keep it. Plato is unusual, but actually pretty interesting and memorable. However, you should use your given name if it makes you more comfortable.
I like the name Elijah best, but I know that most people are very uptight regarding gender. Would that bother you? I know a few women who wear their masculine names well, so I just don't see it as a...
I love Briar as well! I think I would pair it with something at least three syllables long.
I have only met one young George. It is such a likable name! I also adore the nickname Georgie.
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