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September 29th, 2013, 05:30 PM
Wallis or Wallace?
September 29th, 2013, 05:29 PM
They can balance each other out, in a way. I think you should just pick a less popular, or an older classic name.
May I ask what your daughter's name is? Maybe I could try suggesting some things?
September 29th, 2013, 05:26 PM
David and Shelley? *Swoon*
Madison Elisabeth Presley
September 28th, 2013, 04:38 PM
5 Grandchildren born to Albus and Calliope Lynch of Ireland, through their only child Miriam Lynch-Wales, and her husband, Solomon Wales
Penelope Agnes Wales, Age 15, Slytherin
Brown Hair, Blue...
September 28th, 2013, 04:21 PM
One Child, born to Albus and Calliope Lynch, of Ireland
Miriam Opal Lynch, Age 18, Slytherin
Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes
Wand: 9 Inch, Cherry Wood, Thestral Tail Hair Core
September 28th, 2013, 04:16 PM
THE LYNCH FAMILY OF IRELAND
Albus Mars Lynch, Pure-Blood Ravenclaw
Blonde Hair, Grey Eyes
Wand: 10 Inch, Cherry Wood, Thestral Tail Hair Core
Oh, also, for boy's names, I like both Bruno and Mars, but not because of Bruno Mars, I promise! I also like the sound of Winston and other Win- names (for boys and girls!)
(Sorry for double-posting! I hit submit before I was finished on accident!)
As it turns out, I like Italian names, like Beppe and Agnella. But I am not Italian at all. I am not having a child...
Can you nameberries suggest some names that fit my style? Also, perhaps suggest a sibset? As it turns out, I like Italian names, like Beppe and Agnella. But I am not Italian at all. Also, maybe you...
September 21st, 2013, 10:18 PM
Olive Green! Lol...
I think common words are okay. But stay away from STD, VAG, ASS, etc. My initials are ARK. And honestly, my initials are never on anything. and if they are, it's usually a monogram in which case,...
September 21st, 2013, 10:08 PM
Do you like Suzie?
If so, I second the motion that Norah and Susan are precious together.
Just throwing things out here. Let me know if any suit your fancy.
Magdalen (or Magdalene, both of which I believe are pronounced Mag-Duh-Lynn)
Hahahahah, no, I was so close to being called Topanga. I'm glad my dad chickened out and went with my mom's top pick, Abigail.
I know Abigail isn't everyone's fave, but when compared to Topanga, I...
I AM CRUSHING ON SULLIVAN SO HARD.
It's a little uncommon, but not too out-there, easily pronounced.
And I love the balance of Sullivan John.
How do you feel about the nickname Sully?
I don't remember if it was America or Britain, but on one of the next top's, there was a contestant named Anya. She was kind of a dumb blonde, but I have a soft spot for the name.
September 14th, 2013, 03:15 PM
Madeline (rest in peace), Annabelle, and James of thespohrsaremultiplying.com
Annabelle & James (Somehow, I am swooning over these two)
Radley & Lincoln
Jayda, Jaylynn, & Bridgette
Alyssa, Anna, & Christopher
Marie & Katherine "Katie"
Mary & Claire & Anne "Annie"
I know 4 year old twins, Radley and Lincoln. They're not really my faves, but. they're good twin names.
`Nicknames ending in "y" or "ie" should almost always be spelled with an "ie". Allie, Mollie, Daisie (i know, i know)
`Also I love girls names that go vowel-double-consonant-vowel. like names with...
I always think of the minor character in Annie. In the book it mentions that this orphan named July was dropped off with a poorly spelled note asking to "tayke car of owr baybie July" Annie goes on...
September 11th, 2013, 10:30 PM
I loved the facepalm pic.
I am a teen. Definitely obsessed. With all the names.
That is all.
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