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I think it's unisex, but, that being said, I greatly prefer it on girls.
December 3rd, 2013, 10:28 PM
Oh gosh so many more great suggestions!
Oceansunrise: I like your suggestions if Blake, Fleur, Frost, Aurora, India, Stella, Pandora, and Aspen! And Magnolia, Georgia, and Briar are some of my...
December 3rd, 2013, 10:04 AM
C@29: I love Dahlia, Athena, Lark, Lyra, and Winter. Maple is cute as well. Thanks!
Carolinemchd: Sawyer, Sutton, Athena, Persephone, Lark, Wren, Arwen, Echo, Calla, Lila, Clover, Sage, Saskia,...
December 2nd, 2013, 02:50 PM
Thanks so much for all of your suggestions! Keep them coming!
Lesliemarion: Gardenia's interesting... I'm not sure I like the Garden part though
Lovemysweeties: I like your suggestions of...
December 1st, 2013, 06:01 PM
In the interest of trying to expand my horizons I thought it may be interesting to post some of the names on my long list and see what suggestions other berries may have based on those. My taste is...
Moonkai: Dean is such a great name. I also love Lochlan and have been thinking about Gideon a lot lately for some reason.
Ooo yay more suggestions!
I love Isla and Serena, though I think I slightly prefer Seren.
Aggielou: Greer is my hands down absolute favorite name ever! Fiancé? Not so much. It's my mission to...
Thanks for the suggestions! You've hit on some I love and some new ones as well.
I really like Wyatt, Remington, Huck, Rec, Whit, Dean, Abel, Oberon, Beau, Jasper, Grant, Dax, Ace, Zephyr,...
Thanks for the great suggestions!
Perrygirl: I love Aspen! It's on my long list.
Mom2one2: love love love Magnolia it's on my short list but with the nickname Noli. Savannah and Darcy are on...
My taste in names is pretty eclectic. I like everything from Hawthorne to Wilder to Wyatt to Draco. That being said, I'd like to see what names other berries picture given this description.
My taste in names is all over the place I love everything from Artemis to Annabel to Greer to Meadow. So, I'm curious as to what you berries would name a child fitting this description. Feel free to...
November 25th, 2013, 02:43 PM
November 4th, 2013, 09:38 PM
Auberon - so handsome, it sounds powerful and yet reserved at the same time which I love
Aurelius - not one of my favorites, no particular reason I just don't get it
Balthazar - dislike, too over...
I quite like Reed. I do prefer the Reed spelling because of its nature connotations. I see it as a very fluid name that could be at home on any type of kid.
It would probably be a contender for...
I am one of those people that many people on this site tend to dislike because I don't mind masculine names on girls (I still dislike names like James and Noah on girls but I do get the appeal of...
October 13th, 2013, 03:35 PM
I too am from the south and agree that monogram in will probably be an issue. I personally would have a problem with sOb, but as people have pointed out many times you can change the order or style. ...
I played for six years before choosing not to play in college (I got academic scholarships to better schools than I got athletic offers). I mainly played libero with a little bit of setter and...
My fiancé wears tshirts and jeans, cargo shorts, or sweats around the house, but he can clean up nicely when he wants to. He also owns about 70 pairs of shoes, no joke.
To work he wears fairly...
Oh I love Christmas!
Fiancé and I are supposed to close on a house in November so I'm super excited for our first Christmas in our own house (we just graduated from college in May). I adore all of...
I agree freedom is a big point there. I think two of the things that really helped me were 1) setting it up so that I would call them rather than them calling me or setting a specific time I would...
I just graduated, but when I was away at school (about a 20hr drive from home) or working in the summer (about 12hrs away) I would generally call my mom once a week and my dad once a week. There...
This thread is so adorable!
My fiancé and I mostly call each other babe, baby, honey, sweetie, etc., but occasionally we use different ones. I was being super corny once and after we read...
Katherine. I have a rather irrational dislike for the letter C and absolutely despise Cate. To me that's just giving them a name and a nickname no one will ever spell right.
I love Saskia! And Cato is quite a handsome pairing!
It reminds me of doxies (biting fairies) from Harry Potter which probably says more about my nerdiness than anything else. I personally wouldn't use it.
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