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March 14th, 2016, 10:18 AM
Oh dear me, for some reason I thought she was two! Given that she is just four months I agree with the pp that you could choose any name at all that you liked. perhaps put Lily Amelia in the middle.
March 3rd, 2016, 07:59 AM
I wouldn't change her name very far from Lily at all - unless identification were an issue, but with Lily being very popular I can't see that being a problem. This is a hard one as...
The lovely Juliet by a mile. Charlotte is fine, but only fine for me. Juliet is so romantic, so classic and with the fabulous Jules as nn.
I love Sybilla. Like you I also love Estella, it was always my number one girl name (vetoed by hubby though) but I agree the flow is not great with Sybilla. I heard someone on tv named Georgine the...
Pointy noses are my absolute favourite! I have fostered many and have an adopted whippet.
He looks gorgeous, I hope congratulations are in order soon for you both.
Lots of great suggestions above....
June 2nd, 2015, 12:05 AM
Lyra Swan sounds the nicest to my ears.
Have you considered Snow as a last name?
Peter has never held much appeal for me (I love Poitr though but I think names outside of our mother tongues always sound more romantic!). I like George.
I agree also, it's a name not a nickname. I like it.
You will get over this :) I wobbled late in pregnancy over names, I was over thinking things and I think you are too.
Oliver is a really popular classic and I have never once thought of "all...
May 31st, 2015, 11:25 AM
I agree with pp's. I have loved Penelope for years and I didn't change my mind despite the recent surge. In the UK Freya is far more popular than Penelope so over here it can't "do a Penelope" like...
Sylvie over Hazel but I like both
Romy as a nn for Romilly. I find Etta a little blah
Magnolia over Florence
Ezrah or Noa? For boys Ezra yes, Noam yes, Noah is fine. But not these spellings....
Now that is a tough one indeed. I absolutely adore these names. I really love both. I'm not sure I can choose between them. I think Valentina just about wins for me. You have great name taste!
Theodore Francis 100%
I am very sorry for your loss and this is the perfect way to honour his memory. What a gift to your Mum too, I'm sure she will love the sentiment. Theodore Frank is great too...
I am totally in love with Margot at the moment. Juliet and Clara get 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Aurelia and Valerie are lovely. Corina I don't like as much.
With Josiah and Daphne (both gorgeous) I would put Valerie Jane. How very refreshing!
....has been floating around my radar for a while.
There is a 70's vibe that so appeals to me. I like the way it looks and sounds, it's retro and feminine and I have never met a Beverley my age...
May 24th, 2015, 04:53 PM
The old ladies I know, or knew, are Pearl, June, Joyce, Elizabeth, Barbara, Elsa, Daphne, Etc - darn tootin I would use them.
I love Spencer, it is my Whippet's name.
I agree with this. Nora is lovely but I do prefer it as a nn. Eleanora(h) nn Nora(h) is lovely.
One point (one I am always making I think :) )
Some people will shorten it to Ellie and there is not...
I like Ruca as I think it is lovely to have a family name or carry on a tradition in the middle spot. However all the middle options have a A ending so wouldn't sound ideal with a first that has the...
Whatever suits the child best, is most practical and if course what they like to. Whether that is long hair on a boy or short hair on a girl or whatever!
May 18th, 2015, 10:28 AM
All four are great names, none of them would be cruel or unfair to use.
Alice is the most "sensible' but I would not put Camille in that catagory. I would bag her up with Margot and Celeste as a...
This thread is making me giggle this morning.
I'm not sold on Gargoyle, have you considered Gremlin nn Gremmers?
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