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September 2nd, 2013, 03:55 PM
Truly! It has really caught my eye lately!
1. DD: Virginia Elaine ("Ginny")
2. DS: Floyd Edwin (grew up to be a train engineer)
3. DS: Thaddeus Cleveland (grew up to be a Grandfather)
4. DD: ...
September 2nd, 2013, 03:32 PM
Millicent - Miley
Esme - Ester
Sofiya - Sofie
Khloe - Clover
Freja - Frieda
Carter - Cassius
Geoffrey - Goodwin
Keenan - Kirk
Darrick - Darryl
September 2nd, 2013, 03:28 PM
Violet Fiona (Kept)
Vivian Jade (swapped)
Holly Grace (changed fn)
Penelope Wallis (initials)
Claire Louella (changed mn)
September 2nd, 2013, 03:19 PM
Willow makes me think of the movie Willow.
Forgot to say, we nixed any names that start with "E". Too trendy.
I do like Ian and Graham - I love Seamus, but we're kinda asian, it seems like too much of a stretch. Leo is a good idea! ...
Clementine! x1 000 000.
I will say Cleo is my cousin's dog's name, so that's tainting it for me. But of the two, even without the dog name thing, Clementine for sure. I'm of course partial to...
1. A clothing brand: Levi
2. A Scottish name: Hamish
3. A virtue name: Able
4. A name that contains the letter “W”: Wallis
5. A famous musician: Dolly (Parton)
6. A Victorian-era name: Hattie...
I really like Able. Resolved is cool, I've never heard that. Zebedee is cool...but sounds sort of whacky. Like are you sure you'd want to saddle your son with that?
I like Abilene Vera, but I'm not sure how well it matches your other children's names...?
We have a Pippa and we'll definitely have a Clover if we have another girl, but we'd like a boy too - but we're totally stumped with a name. Boys names are hard!
I like classic English...
Marjorie is the first that popped to mind.
I like Clover Louise and Clover Lynne.
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