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August 9th, 2013, 07:59 AM
I feel your pain, we also have a last name that sounds terrible with a lot names I love. Our surname is a two syllable name beginning with "As" (but it is pronounced like ass!) I also loved the...
there was also a grandfather with the very unfortunate moniker of Adolf. Apparently it was rather popular in Austria at the time, but has obviously...
Thank you for the suggestion, I have seen this one as well. The thing is, even though Hadas is supposedly unisex, I've never heard it (or any form of Hadassah) used on anyone other than a girl. So...
Hi there! I was hoping for some advice from all you name experts out there :)
Shortly before my daughter was born my grandma Rosa passed away, and my mom asked me if I would consider naming the...
July 25th, 2013, 05:13 PM
The point you make about it being her name now, not mine, is an excellent one. I suppose I'm just projecting a bit... I disliked having such a popular name, and I wanted to spare her being in the...
July 25th, 2013, 03:36 PM
I'm very sorry for your loss.
Eva means giver of life.
Simra means memory.
Audrey means noble strength.
Angel or any variation of (there are versions of this in many languages, some of which...
July 25th, 2013, 03:22 PM
Thank you for the encouragement, and the suggestions! I especially like Posy and Poppy, though I'm not sure I could get em to stick :) If anyone has any more ideas, please keep them coming!
I think Maren for Margaret Anne works just fine! I know a Margaret who goes by Margot, as another option.
July 25th, 2013, 01:31 PM
Her full name is Sophia Grace. No, I don't watch the show "Ellen" and was not aware of THAT Sophia Grace. Apparently I completely lack any semblance of originality! Sigh.
July 25th, 2013, 01:03 PM
Ok, I have a confession: I'm one of the 50 bazillion moms who named her daughter (ahem)... Sophia. Yes, I'm one of THOSE. Now before you judge me, let me just say that I had absolutely no idea that...
When I was born, my family had just recently immigrated to the US (from Eastern Europe). My siblings were both born overseas, and have rather ethnic names but my father was so excited to be a new...
July 24th, 2013, 05:18 AM
I don't know how you feel about having 2 middle names, but depending on your surname I think Hudson James Hawthorne could be fabulous! Of your list, I like Hudson James and August Hawthorne best. ...
Poll: Middle name for Leo?
*our last name is similar to Aspen
July 23rd, 2013, 04:04 PM
For most of my DD's life, we were living in the Netherlands where the name Sophie is familiar (there was a Queen Sophie in the 1800's) but not overly popular. We frequently received compliments on...
July 23rd, 2013, 11:33 AM
It's definitely too late to call Sophia by her middle name... at 3 years old she identifies strongly with her name, and even objects when I refer to her as Sophie!
As for the name Leo...
When I was pregnant with our daughter, he wanted to name her Regina... but pronounce it Reg-eye-nuh. As in, rhymes with vagina. Just wrong, on soooo many levels!
July 23rd, 2013, 09:07 AM
Thank you for the replies, it's great to have a little feedback! I really do love the name Leo, it somehow just feels "right" for us. Any thoughts on middle names? I'm drawn to:
July 23rd, 2013, 06:39 AM
Ok, so I have to admit that I had never given much thought to what I might like to name my future children. Truth be told, I didn't think I wanted kids. So three years ago, while preggo with my...
Baby boy is due next month and we are still nameless. My husband and I both prefer classic names... something that's interesting but not too "out there". Current faves are Leo (with middle name...
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