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Kaitlyn, Jaxon/Jackson, Nevaeh, Kylie, Kenzie/Mackenzie (only on a girl), Addison (see Mackenzie), Madison, Jase, Isaac, Caleb, Bodhi, Boaz, Reuben, Thisbe, Antigone (all I see is 'Anti Gone"), and...
A sibling to Prince George;
Alice, Matilda, Helena, Eleanor, Amelia, Charlotte or Sophia - a royal name that has not been used within the recent generations, most likely a Victorian era name.
Today, 06:27 AM
E, M or A for me:
Exactly, but people disliking how Jaxon is spelled is their opinion too ;)
Back to the topic at hand;
Harper, Sienna, Isla, Ava, Madelyn & Aubrey, with Ashton, Mason, Landon, Hunter, Teddy &...
Today, 06:18 AM
- whatever my husband and I like comes out on top.
- avoid names with multiple popular spellings; Millie is ok, Lily is not.
- avoid classic names that have been in the top 20-50 for the past...
This bothered me slightly - I loathe the name, but the non traditional spelling point is irrelevant - I just simply hate the look of Jaxon. The X throws me off, and looks out of place, but, I dislike...
What on earth - Amy's quite classic? Not to mention, I've never, ever known someone to have a problem dating or applying for jobs or schools due to a 'dated name'. I know a little girl who's about 10...
I love 'dated' names as well - hello Edna and Doris! ;) Heather is lovely, as are Gemma, Kirsty, Kerrie, and I also find myself partial to names like Kelsey and Courtney.
The dated argument goes...
I don't have a gender preference, but I have a set in mind for all girls, so I'll do that for now, and add the other possibilities later.
Haley Alannah & Matthew Joseph
A) Ernest Matthew, Louis James, & Albert Joshua (Vintage Names)
B) George William, Henry Christopher & Amelia Florence (Royal Names)
C) Teddy Alexander, Minnie...
Yesterday, 08:07 AM
Congratulations! I am curious though, how did you go from Rafaela to Lakelin? It just seems like a massive leap from one name to the other, stylistically :)
Lucille for sure, Lucia's pronunciation conflicts bother me too much to ever consider it (coming from someone who's constantly respelling and having to correct others on her name).
Audrey is gorgeous - classy, elegant - it brings Audrey Hepburn to mind for me (who I love!). It's very well known, and popular in the United States, so spelling and pronunciation shouldn't be an...
Yesterday, 07:59 AM
Both are 'ehm-eh-leen'. "Ehm-eh-line" is also correct, but "ehm-ma-lyn" would be Emmalyn, which is also ok. I prefer the Emmeline spelling personally, as it looks a bit nicer to me, but Emeline is...
Out of Lady, Disney, Bunny, Precious, Duchess, Peggy and Bambi....they went with Bunny....I'd love to know why Peggy was vetoed.
A few quotes from an interview about the name:
September 15th, 2014, 07:33 PM
I'd love a name pal, but matching one up to my style will be difficult, as I love old-fashioned names, and was basically born in the wrong era, I should have been a Victorian baby!
- Florence & Amelia
- Doris & Evelyn
- Matthew & Ernest
- Louis & Minnie (Lou-ee)
- Harry & Percy
- Eleanor & Lillian
- Edna & Beatrice
- Lucy & Charlotte
- Albert & Ada
September 14th, 2014, 09:15 PM
Hazel Sofia - love it, this is gorgeous. 7/10
Daphne Charlotte - eh, I like Charlotte, but never seen the appeal of Daphne. 3/10
Gwen Alexandra - Eh, I like both names enough, but don't love them....
September 14th, 2014, 08:42 PM
I'd love to do this, but PMs aren't good for me, as I don't plan on coming on here a whole lot anymore while I'm prepping for university and whatnot, but anyone can PM me for my KIK, email, Twitter,...
Indiana Violet by a landslide.
September 8th, 2014, 06:28 PM
I'm holding out for Amelia, Helena, Louisa/Louise, Matilda, Maude, Charlotte or Alice as the first name, with Diana, Catherine and/or Elizabeth as the middles, if they should have a girl. If it's a...
September 8th, 2014, 06:39 AM
Canada doesnt do anything beyond a top 100; and it isnt an official, government released top 100, but I do know the E&W rankings, so I'll go for those.
Ida, Sylvia and Grace are some of my favourites, and they work wonderfully together!
September 7th, 2014, 11:19 AM
Thanks everyone! I know Lily, Isabelle and Scarlett are most popular where I live, but Lilly and Isabel aren't far behind. I've yet to meet an Isabella though, so Isabelle may not be too bad?
September 7th, 2014, 07:48 AM
Out of curiosity, I'd love to know what everyone's top 10 or so favourite vintage names for boys and girls are! (*Perennially popular names from the past two decades (Matthew, Elizabeth, etc) don't...
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