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Charles for me. I've never really cared for Oliver.
I adore Heidi. I know a little one only a few months old.
I think the oddest ones I know are Lynn and Penelope "Penny" and Laura, Harriet "Hattie", Oliver and Reanne.
I agree with everyone who said In the Night Garden. That thing is just creepy. As is LazyTown, made more so by the fact that when I was in Iceland a couple of years ago, where it's made, they were...
My imaginary friend was a little brown-haired boy called Copper. Where I got his name from I have no idea. I also had a host of imaginary animal friends but there were so many I can't really remember...
December 11th, 2013, 01:24 PM
6. Barnaby "Barney"
10. Theodore "Teddy"
December 11th, 2013, 01:16 PM
1. Arabella Edith Violet
2. Bryony Eva Clementine
3. Cecily Ada Beatrice
4. Charis Emilia Aveline
5. Emmeline Alice Clara
6. Flora Elizabeth Pearl
7. Frederica Ottilie Tamsin
Congratulations, what a beautiful name. :) I adore Cassia and Cassia Viviane Noor is just perfect.
I've been a bookworm since I was a toddler, I just loved being read to though as soon as I could read on my own I wouldn't let anyone else to it for me. When I was young I rarely stopped reading, I...
December 10th, 2013, 12:39 PM
We're at my uncle's for the first time, we're usually at my great-aunt's, so I'm not sure what exactly we'll get but I'm sure it's just a pretty standard turkey and ham dinner with mash and roasties...
Exactly my first thoughts.
Finn looks like a name and Fin looks like a fish's appendage. It doesn't matter that Finley doesn't have the second N.
December 10th, 2013, 12:13 PM
Yeah, Graham, Newell and Powell have two syllables to me.
From your list I like Jude and Rex. I also Charles, James, George, Ralph and Myles.
I picture a little girl with short blonde curls and big brown eyes as my friend's little sister is called Susanna and this is what she looks like.
December 10th, 2013, 11:58 AM
I really like the idea of Adeline nn Ada, I think it's just lovely. :) Adeline Rosemary is just beautiful.
One question though: how do you pronounce Adeline? I pronounce it as -LEEN at the end, as...
December 10th, 2013, 11:50 AM
I really like Dorian Tobias and James Tristan as brothers, though I'd prefer Tristan James.
Others I really like:
Isla, Ariana, Aoife and Patience
Garrett, Jacoby, Ezra and Rory
December 10th, 2013, 11:27 AM
Mine are really all due to popularity. I tend to go for pretty classic names in the middle with the more unusual one up front.
Emilia - too close to Amelia
I'm so sorry, how awful. I cried for over a week when my last dog died a few years ago and if anything happened to the one I've got now I don't know what I'd do. I'm sure your dog had a wonderful...
I didn't think of the Kasidiaris connection when I first saw it, unfortunately my first association with it was actually 'ileum', as in part of your intestine. That puts me off it quite a bit.
December 9th, 2013, 11:34 AM
Definitely Asher, though I don't actually mind Archer as far as surname/occupation names go, they're just not my style. I imagine Asher will age better too as Archer's more likely to date I would...
December 9th, 2013, 11:19 AM
Eldrid - not really my style, but not bad
Godfrey - I'm afraid I've never liked Godfrey, I like Geoffrey much more
Geoffrey - I think Geoffrey's great and definitely this spelling
Edward - I...
Mine's a nickname of my first name (Hannah) followed by a nickname of my middle (Catherine). Though I'd normally spell Kit with one T it didn't look balanced so I added another.
I already used two of the best companion names on guinea pigs - Peri and Polly. Peri was semi-intentional, Polly was coincidental.
For girls - Clara Elisabeth Rose & Martha Zoe Grace - all...
December 2nd, 2013, 01:46 PM
Yes do! You won't regret it. Though the first time you watch it you'll probably spend most of the time going "I know him/her. Wasn't he/she in...?" :)
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