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I like Nora, Adele, and Lydia with Maren. All three have the soft, quiet feel to them that Maren has. Before I even read your list, the name Nora came to me as being very good with Maren, so that's...
My very favorite is Charlie, both because I like the name best out of all the names and because I think it goes best with Jack. I love Charlie! My other two favorites are Caleb and Oscar. I like...
October 16th, 2011, 10:46 AM
I LOVE Callum Wesley! It's actually one of the two Callum combos I have on my own list (Callum Alexander being the other). Glad you like it!
October 16th, 2011, 12:31 AM
My favorite 3 are Asa Connor, Asa John, and Asa Paul. I can't pick between Asa John and Asa Paul for my very favorite.
I love Asa. It's so warm and underused. I have Asa William on my own list.
I took a look at my name journal and found a few more mn options for Dashiell and also other options to use as a first name with the same feel as Logan and Reid.
MN's for Dashiell:
I agree with pansy that it seems way too masculine for a girl, but then again, I don't like any boy names on girls, so I'm sure others would disagree. I can't think of any nicknames for Sawyer. I...
I think it fits very well with Logan and Reid. They all three have that kind of rugged, handsome feel to me. Here are some mn ideas that came to me. I may be back with more ideas when I have my...
Walter Morgan - I have been really loving Walter this past year - so much so that it has actually become one of my two favorites (Edmund being the other). Not too long ago, it occurred to me that my...
October 11th, 2011, 09:31 AM
Mabel Susannah is one year old today! In honor of her, I thought it would be fun to post which name, if you had a baby girl today, you would use.
Mine would b Louisa Bess. (Bess after my...
Louisa Bess (after my great-grandma Bessie, or do you like Louisa Charlotte better?)
October 7th, 2011, 11:14 PM
Atlantis (not loving that one)
Oh my. I hadn't thought about that. I better go back to the drawing board for Ada. Darn!
Lately, I've been really loving the name Estelle. The problem is I'm afraid it probably sounds bad with our last name. Our last name is one syllable and begins with "St". Wdyt? Too stutterish?
Tristan, I've actually been thinking lately that Ada will get a lot more popular, due to the rise of vintage names and the huge rise of Ava. I think it will definitely be resurected!
Yay! Thank you, everyone. It's nice to know that others don't see it as dull. I love its warmth, literary associations, intelligence, and vintage feel. I shall keep it on my short list.
Phoebe Rosalind is the combo I have on my list. Here are some other ideas...
October 5th, 2011, 06:43 PM
My two Eleanor combos that I have on my list are Eleanor Mary and Eleanor Blythe. Love them both!
Louisa has been at the top of my short list for a long time now - after Mabel of course :) . But sometimes when I think of the name Louisa it seems a little... I don't know - blah, maybe? Kind of...
Edmund Grant (or Edmund Pierce...can't decide!)
I'm needing some full name ideas for Daisy and Bess. I love both names, and I know Margaret is a full name for Daisy, but I have a daughter named Mabel, and if I do ever have another girl, I don't...
I have a 3-year-old son whose name is Solomon Grey. What first drew me to the name Solomon was its warmth, its handsome image (at least to me), and the fact that it fit the vintage/Mayflower era...
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