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I also vote for Penelope. I think it's such a sophisticated yet spunky name with such versatility. Poppy is a great nickname and like you said, if she gets older and wants a more "mature" nickname,...
December 8th, 2013, 12:28 AM
I think Marie is so sweet and melodious. It's such an unexpected choice but so lovely. I definitely think it fits better with Levi and Eva.
December 5th, 2013, 08:01 PM
1. Miles Holden!
2. Jack Wilder
3. Henry Birch
4. David Atlas
5. Liam Archer
I also like Bennett Wolf. Lincoln Kai is the only one I don't really like, and it's not because of the names...
Julian Darcy - I've always loved Julian with the nn Jude. Darcy reminds me of Mr. Darcy as well. :) However, I know two people named Darcy - both girls - so it appears it's more of a female name...
Definitely Nora, but I may be biased. ;)
December 1st, 2013, 05:07 PM
Catherine and Aurora are both so elegant and classic that some of the names on the list don't really seem to "fit" in my opinion. The ones I think would go well are... (possible nicknames in...
December 1st, 2013, 12:42 AM
I have a friend who has a daughter named Carrianne. I think that's adorable.
I love both Eleanor and Elodie. However, Logan is somewhat "trendy" and modern so I'm not sure if I like Eleanor paired...
I have it on my short list for a future son. It's cool and, in my opinion, has that kind of "nerdy chic" vibe. I like the nickname Dex. I already have a daughter named Nora. :)
I honestly love all of them as a sister to Heidi; you really can't go wrong. Although, I do understand the hesitation with Alice if your last name starts with an S. For that reason, I would probably...
What about Ewan? It has the same feel as Owen but way less popular. I feel like Colin doesn't really "fit" with your other kids' names.
Miles or Milo
Edward (I love the...
November 18th, 2013, 07:24 PM
I really like the suggestion of Beatrice/Beatrix.
I understand the hesitation, but if you introduce him as Hudson then there's no reason for others to call him Boone.
I much prefer Hudson to Boone as a first, but I really like the idea of Hudson Boone. Why exactly does your husband care if you end up calling him Boone? My husband and I have a daughter named Nora...
November 17th, 2013, 09:45 PM
Nova is quite bold that a more traditional middle name may balance it out quite well. That being said, I love the name Nova! My favorite suggestion by far is Nova Ruth followed by Nova Kate. They're...
November 17th, 2013, 09:37 PM
I personally think that, while all beautiful, Alivia, Allyson and Elowen (LOVE) are all too similar-sounding to Elyse. I think you need a name with a totally different sound. I adore the suggestion...
November 16th, 2013, 08:37 PM
Thanks for the responses, everyone!
@emilyva - Declan is actually a classic Irish name with a lot of history. It's also the name of an Irish saint.
November 16th, 2013, 08:05 PM
I discovered this name about 5 or so years ago and fell in love with it. My husband actually liked it too. We had agreed that Declan James would be the name of our future son. When I got pregnant...
November 15th, 2013, 07:50 PM
Katherine and Elizabeth are both so gorgeous and classic. Of course, I immediately thought of Margaret (I LOVE the nn Maggie), but since you're not loving it...
Marianne is very pretty and you...
I've liked Henry for quite a while, but have always been reluctant to add it to my list because it appears to be rapidly increasing in popularity. I see it's ranked #43 in the US which also could...
Oh my, what a great list of names here!
The only ones I'm not totally thrilled with are Siena and Clarisa. Corinne is nice but a little bland.
Gwyneth is on my list - I absolutely love it....
November 14th, 2013, 07:42 PM
Just an FYI - Charlotte is definitely getting popular. My daughter has two little Charlottes in her preschool class and I've heard of a ton more through friends and friends of friends. Don't get me...
November 11th, 2013, 11:01 PM
I immediately thought of Nerissa. Sure, she's the Goddess of the Sea rather than a meadow, but it's got such a carefree, sing-songy feel that makes me picture a sweet girl frolicking in a meadow with...
Totally agree with this. I like Hazel a lot, but I don't think it "fits" well with Sylvia. Marian is much more feminine-looking than Marion. I adore the name Johanna, but again, I agree that there...
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