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I've recently fallen in love with Reverie. I also like Amity, True, Noble... Really most virtue names.:)
How many syllables is your last name? That would help to know the flow. But some random ideas:
Not that this is reasonable, but Millie-Bay switches in my head to Billy Mays, the oxiclean guy.
a) Sophie Lavinia
b) Sophia Belle
c) Isabella Nancy
d) Freya Madeleine
e) Florence May
f) Gemma Scarlett
g) Georgina Daisy
h) Millie Rebecca (though I prefer Amelia Rebecca nn Millie)
January 23rd, 2014, 11:01 PM
I've known a handful of boys named Miles, and have always liked the name. It's familiar but not super common, and it just seems like a happy name (maybe cuz I think of Smiles)
What do you think of the name Hutchison, nn Hutch? It's a family name I like to use. The last name is an English profession name, along the lines of Brewer.
Theodore Edward sounds good. I prefer Winthrop to Winston, though. Maybe Winthrop Edison?
Beatrice and Edith both start with similar sounds, which I think gives kind of a tripping effect when you...
I like Evelyn Iris. Rosemary Frances is also nice.
This is one of those names that I like on paper but hate in real life precisely because of the pronunciation issues. I know two Dahlias- one prn. DAY-lee-yuh and one DAHL-yuh. I find myself switching...
Of the list, I think Matilda sounds the best with your other children's names.
I like the name Hamilton, but not with the last name Alexander. It'd sound like you were a big fan of the founding father (which isn't necessarily a bad thing)
September 28th, 2013, 11:32 PM
Phineas Mabry and Sybil Rae
Brendan Edward and ____
My eldest brother was given two middle names- the first names of each grandfather. It was a nice way to ensure each grandfather was included, and the names flow nicely (Edward James). I say go for it!
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