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Winter Story is way too much for me. I appreciate the reasons behind each name, but you will not be there every time she introduces herself to explain the origin of Winter Story. People will only see...
June 29th, 2014, 02:49 PM
Yes, we call them by their first names, no nicknames or pet names. We don't have a lot of imagination when it comes to terms of endearment, not even when the kids were infants. They've always been...
I don't know. Have we?
Some friends and my older sister wanted to keep or hyphen their birth names with those of their husbands, and our progressive, educated, well-adjusted communities that take...
Overall, I love your list. Most of the names mentioned here is right up my alley.
The only ones that I am not swooning over are Atlas, Eden, Piper and Grey, which are very nice but not my personal...
June 28th, 2014, 07:29 PM
I would love to hear from moms of multiples because I've wondered about it for some time.
My husband is a triplet. He speculates that since the first two babies were named after close family...
Heidi, Samira and Diego are probably the most mismatched sibling set I've met. I know Diego got his name from his father, but I have no idea where the inspirations for the girls' names came from.
Oceane is my favorite out of all your choices. I am not sure how well it goes with Tanner and August, but the name itself is great. I guess the three are "thing" names? Occupation, month of the year...
Well, I don't know. Your answer comes off as petulant and passive-aggressive, probably in the same way that you percieve the answer you are quoting. I guess it is a good thing you don't have anything...
I get frustrated because we tend to orbit around specific letters, yet we want the children to have their own initials.
We like N names: Nora, Nell, Nina, Nico, Nemo (mostly as a guilty pleasure),...
My husband and I kept our surnames as they were when we were single, and hyphenated them for the children. I never considered taking another name when I married, and it was fortunate that my SO...
June 27th, 2014, 12:31 AM
I know at least seven cats and three dogs with my name, or a nickname version of my name. I've never seen a problem with it. Some people like to give "people" names to their pets.
June 27th, 2014, 12:28 AM
Leo would be my first choice, mainly because of the sound and style. Sounds lively, modern and old at the same time. For a short name it has a strong, complete side to it that is rare for names that...
My maiden name is still my name, but we considered it as a middle before we had children at all and were just discussing names.
My surname is one of those old goodies that used to be masculine...
Max Christopher, Sam Charles and
I prefer the name Marshall, but George and Daisy as a sibling set sound darling. Like a previous poster said, George Marshall has a nice ring to it.
Benny is a good nickname for Bernard. Although Bernand is not my cup of tea at the moment, I could see it growing on me. I tend to love all names that are somewhat connected to animals or nature.
June 20th, 2014, 11:01 AM
It may, perhaps, sound a bit old-ladyish. It could be just my perception, because I know several women in their 60s who have this name, but I don't see why we shouldn't try to revive it for the new...
We do not announce the name, but once we have it we share it if people ask. We are almost ready to settle for Faye Alexandra. If this is indeed "the" name, at some point friends and family will ask...
June 16th, 2014, 11:56 PM
Theo Sebastian, Lilia Beatrix + Faye Alexandra?
Hugo Warren is fantastic.
From your girl's likes I like Rose Kathleen and Isla Kathleen.
May 25th, 2014, 03:18 PM
What do you think?
Faye is my husband's idea and Alexandra is a family name.
Too many people have told me that Flora sounds like floor-uh, and they pronounce it more or less like that. I don't...
My friend Denisse got her name when her parents could not settle on a name, or rather had no idea of what to name her, so they decided that they would use the first female name they heard when...
I am also turned away from Nora because of its popularity. From your list I like Gloria and Lenora.
Since Nora is a short form of a longer name, I tend to pair it with Nell, a short N name that...
May 17th, 2014, 09:38 PM
We haven't moved one inch on either direction when it comes to our first names. Flora and Faye are still the top choices, with occasional new ideas that come and go.
We are searching for middle...
May 17th, 2014, 09:28 PM
Isabel -I prefer this spelling, which is not as popular but still...same sound-
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