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Yesterday, 04:17 PM
So glad it's not just me! I come home from work, go on nb until dinner then back on nb after dinner. I don't tell my family/friends because I know that they'd think it was weird :)
December 8th, 2013, 02:22 PM
Zafira is lovely but it has strong association with the car for me so I definitely prefer Indira Sage
December 8th, 2013, 01:55 PM
LOVE Ezra! I also like Micah and both go well with Seth and Flynn
Where I live Dean is a bit dated and Graham is definitely only an old man's name
Grey I like as a middle name (it seems to go with...
I have definitely heard it more on girls but it doesn't sound at all feminine to me
December 8th, 2013, 01:18 PM
Morgan has been really overused and while I appreciate that Morgen has a different meaning for you, unfortunately, many people will probably assume it's a different spelling for Morgan (and...
December 8th, 2013, 01:06 PM
I think whether or not the names seem pretentious has a lot to do with how you introduce your child and whether your tone of voice sounds show offy (if that makes sense?)
I consider many of your...
I have never tried any of these tests (I think, considering I'm 18 and not planning to have children for quite a while, my family would probably think I was very weird if I started shouting names...
December 8th, 2013, 09:44 AM
I voted for Milo Rhys because I think they sound best together
My second favourite would be Milo Cillian (but not Killian, partly because Cillian is the original spelling and the letter K doesn't...
December 8th, 2013, 09:22 AM
probably my favourite Welsh name is Anwen and I think Willow Anwen sounds lovely but it might be too close to Eirwen
Willow Aneira - Aneira means snow like Eirwen but sounds quite different. The...
December 8th, 2013, 09:00 AM
In no particular order...
Artemis (because, among other things, she was the goddess of the wilderness and animals)
Aila (bird)/Ayla (oak tree)
I like James, Alaric and Matthew but I like Alaric as the first name best because it's a bit more unusual and for some reason I think Alaric James sounds better than Alaric Matthew, I don't know why...
This is the kind of name 'smooshing' I like and I think loads of yours are great and definitely usable
I like trying to put parts together to make a name with a meaning I like but I'm really not...
December 4th, 2013, 04:48 PM
Austin - n
Sebastian - y
August - y
Augustan - n
Augustus - y
Augustine - n
Isaac - y
Isaiah - y
Joseph - y
My automatic reaction was to pronounce it AY-ra because in welsh 'ei' generally makes an 'ay' sound (I think, I'm not certain though - I'm no expert!) I think it's a lovely name
I'm Irish (mostly), short and like to wear green so my friends call me leprechaun, which led me to potofgold because leprechauns have pots of gold :) a bit random but I couldn't think of anything else
December 2nd, 2013, 12:30 PM
Sabrina Wren flows much better and it is beautiful. I'm another person who is not a fan of Ashlyn (I like it spelled Aisling and prn Ash-ling but it doesn't flow that well here anyway)
Cade & Summer
Roman & Violet
Isaiah & Marigold
Aaron & Laurel
Oliver & Georgia
Homer & Lydia
Rowan & Rachel
Noah & Carleigh
Milo & Penelope
Ezra & Calla
Damn, this is hard. I'll probably change my mind as soon as I've posted
1. Josephine & Asa
2. Aveline & Evander
3. Hestia & Ezra
4. Anwen & Aneurin
5. Hazel & Leander
6. Fionnuala & Apollo...
I agree with suggestions of Ivy and Collette
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