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My name is Shannon Grace. My dad liked the old American folk song
Oh Shenandoah/Across the Wide Missouri. I guess he joked to my mom they should name me Shannon Noah and my mom fell in love with...
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I just met a waiter named Saxon a month or so ago. Such a cool name! I like how Saxon and Crew sound as siblings.
Hmm, how about...
Congrats! What a name! Love it and the story behind it will be a fun one to pass on to her.
We too were expecting a premature birth with our last due to an incompetent cervix. I went into...
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Cordelia- Cora/Delia- I know this ends in an -A but i thought I'd throw it out there.
Some names that...
Anna is nicknamed Nanna and Anna Bug. I truly disliked Annie and said from the beginning we'd just call her Anna to avoid anyone calling her Annie. Well, she got two nicknames anyways. ;-) Nanna came...
The only Annika I've met says it as Ahn-nik-uh. One of my friends knows an Annika who says it as An-nik-uh.
I agree with all the other posters. But the bonus is his name would be one you won't forget easily! Like the American Idol winner Phillip Phillips. I don't find it horrible if you also were to call...
We have a Boston Terrier named Bowser. We joke that his full name is Bowser Luke- Luke being his given name from his previous owner. Our 16 month old calls him Bowsy.
We also have a ferret named...
I love your reasoning behind Douglas! I haven't met a little Douglas and I'd love to. Especially with the nn Gus! I have an Anna and hated the nn Annie. Her nickname is Nanna. It took some time but...
I immediately think Moby Dick, but I do like Moby. Normally I say go for the name you love/will call the child but in this case I think I'd find a longer version and use Moby as a nick name. ...
August 28th, 2014, 09:52 PM
I've met a man named Ellery. By that association the name seems all boy to me. When I first met him I hought he had missaid celery. Once that was cleared up I actually liked the name.
August 20th, 2014, 09:02 AM
I too had a boy and a girl name picked out with my ex fiancé for future children. After we split a few years later I met someone new, got married, and started having kids. I thought of using the...
Warren is such a handsome name! I wish I knew someone with this name...
I really like Niall with Warren. Alfred is nice as well. Niall and Alfred are both sophisticated names to me and match Warren...
August 18th, 2014, 09:14 PM
I really like the following from your list....
Valentina- I wouldn't worry about Lena at all, and Tina is not the instinctual nn for me so I wouldn't personally worry about that. Val is perfect.
From your list I love..
Anna Ruby- Ruby has been on my top ten for a long time. I love how Anna Ruby sounds!
Anna Rose- This is my middle daughters name! We get countless compliments. I call...
I've never seen Merrion before. It does seem familiar but probably because my grandmothers name is Marion and then there is the Merriam-Websters Dictionary and Thesaurus. I know that Marion is unisex...
August 13th, 2014, 10:20 AM
I really like Shepherd! I slightly prefer the Shepard spelling. The nn Pep is nice.
I also really like Meadow with Shepard! Some imagery there, but it think they go well together in sound as...
Anne Marcella is a beautiful combo! My daughters name is Anna and her nickname is Nanna and Nan. Never Ann or Annie. Nanna and Nan came naturally to us more so than Annie or Ann for some reason. No...
August 12th, 2014, 02:09 PM
That is how I say Anna and Ana. My daughter Ellie's birth moms family is Spanish- we see them once a year so my daughter can get to know them some. I assumed they knew how we say my youngest daughter...
From an objective point of view it seems all boy to me. He could have a cool nickname like The Boss. ;-) But it doesn't have a unisex feel to me.
To me personally I instantly think of a dog. My...
August 12th, 2014, 12:20 PM
I didn't think of this before but have you considered other names with the nn Thay?
August 12th, 2014, 11:52 AM
I think so. It is similar to Thayer and Ace which I have met one of each. So to me Thace wouldn't be too foreign to me. It is a mash of the two names, but a mashup I actually like. I like both Thays...
I guess I am the odd one out. I like the Marleau spelling. However, it does seem feminine. Same with Marlowe/Marlow seems very feminine to me. But if Marceau is an acceptable boy name I guess I could...
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