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May 26th, 2014, 01:34 PM
From your boys list, I like Asher the best! Vivienne is my favorite pick for girls. Tatum and Asher has a very sleek sound to me. Tatum and Vivienne sounds more southern. Here are some other...
This is a difficult topic! For the most part, I prefer using the name on the birth certificate. However, some nicknames are very appealing to me, such as Archie, but I couldn't imagine using that...
I love Alexandra, but not Alexis.
I love Christine, but not Christina.
I love Madeleine, but not Madeline.
I love Donal, but not Donald.
I love Hugo, but not Hugh.
I love Jack, but not Jackson.
May 26th, 2014, 11:12 AM
It's completely fine! Most of all, you want your baby to have a name that you love. If family members and friends protest the change, remember to stand firm! Fiona Corrigan is lovely. :)
This was really hard! I voted for Finnegan as it's one of my new favorites, but I also love Henry and Tristan!
May 25th, 2014, 08:46 PM
I like Matteo, Evan, and Finn!
May 25th, 2014, 08:45 PM
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I picture Lucia and Michaela as dark haired girls.
I like Phoebe Grace the best. Freya Lily is pretty and memorable, but it just doesn't roll off the tongue.
Gwendolyn Aurora is very pretty. I've always liked the spunky Rory as a possible nickname.
May 25th, 2014, 08:17 PM
I like Ruby Jayne! It has a very sweet sound to it, but Ruby is the kind of name that ages. Good luck!
Variations of Alexandra: Alexandrina, Alexane, Alexina, Alondra, Elena, Xandra
Variations of Grace: Graciane, Graciella, Gray, Grazia
Names meaning "grace": Ana, Anais, Anna, Annie, Hannelore,...
Katherine- I LOVE Catherine...I have bad associations with this spelling though, haha.
Ava- I'm so tired with Ava.
I think they both make very interesting middle names. Blithe Sonnet and Emilia Sonnet are my favorite combinations.
I have a friend with children named Holiday Mabel, Bear Vancouver, and...
I LOVE Stella! It's such a beautiful name and I prefer it without a nickname.
Sasha, Phoebe, Kaia.
They all have a spunky quality too them!
I like Saskia, Johanna, and Adria.
What about Angelo? It’s a Shakespearean name as well. I like how it starts with A and ends with O, the opposite of Ophelia.
Personally, I don't care for two middle names. It's a mouthful. And frankly, a pain in the butt.
Since your daughter has two middle names, I think it's fair to put your foot down.
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