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Oh, ok, I've never heard of the name before. I'll put it to my partner and see what he thinks, it is a pretty name but he might think it's a little bit out there.
Landon and Camden rhyme, so I wouldn't use that. Cameron and Ryan are boys names, and Aydriann just looks like a made up spelling. Avery and Everly would be your better options, they've got a...
What about Lee - it's said as O-lee-ver. I would pronounce Noll as the first syllable of Oliver - Ol - with an N on the beginning, not really rhyming with either. But that's a guess.
July 9th, 2013, 02:37 PM
I've got three children and not one of them has ever been in a class with a Josephine. Josephs yes, even a Josie, but never a Josephine.
Thanks for your comments and suggestions. Yes Megan might be a bit dated but Luke had one in his class at primary school for a few years so I can see it on a little girl quite easily.
While I was showing my partner the list of suggestions from another thread on here, he said "I like Megan."
His surname begins with M, one syllable, and he thinks another M name would sound great...
July 7th, 2013, 10:37 AM
I've never heard of it but it could hobour a Timothy quite easily. It's got quite a nice sound to it too.
I like Katherine, Katie or Kitty would be cute nicknames. I don't like Audrey as I used to work with a horrible one, and I can't use Caroline. James doesn't work with my partner's surname but I do...
Lucy Helen is lovely.
I like Harry best but it's too close to Harvey and also a nickname for Henry. I think Hugo is best for you.
I find Henry a bit too posh sounding. Noelle is too close to Elliot who we sometimes call Ell for short, i don't think any Elle names will work for us. Clara is quite nice though.
Josephine is quite nice, we could use the nickname Josie too which is cute. My son just looked over my shoulder and said Noah Isaac looks like Noah's Ark to him though so I guess I won't be using...
It was the name of an old lady on my street when I grew up. She was a lovely person but I find it impossible to imagine her name on a child.
I like the sound of it but the spelling looks a bit phonetic, I like the look of Mireya more.
I can't help feeling there's more names out there we haven't considered yet. So imagine you were in my situation: what would you, personally, name a sibling to Luke, Elliot and Elizabeth "Libby"?...
Kai Joseph is my favourite, my son has a friend named Kai and he's a very nice boy so I have good associations with the name.
mbrow222 - We do like it, but we haven't got a frontrunner yet, we've got a lot of names we're considering.
ashthedreamer - It would be Alfie or Freddie, not Alfred, it sounds...
Gus is lovely, but I do see Shep as a dog's name. Silas and Gus are fine together.
June 30th, 2013, 04:38 PM
I do think about how it sounds with my name and my partner's - I'm Hannah so I wouldn't use Anna even though I think it's a nice name. As for cousins, all I care about is not using the same first...
It looks like you're trying to make Jared more trendy, like turning Jayden into Zayden but with a different name.
Thanks mbrow222 and raquel.
I really like Oliver and he would go by Ollie some of the time, would that still be too close? And I forgot to mention we're in the UK where names like Alfie, Freddie,...
My boys have their father's surname and my partner's daughter has my partner's surname. This baby will also take my partner's surname, and so will any subsequent children. The boys are aware of this...
Maybe use his middle name? Or use Eric, or something with the sound in. Or if you reverse Derek you get Kered which sounds like Kerry with a D on so maybe Kerry D?
Matilda and River are different but it works as a lot of people use different styles for boys and girls. I think your set of four works even though I don't like all the names.
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