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September 17th, 2014, 03:21 PM
I love Marin! I'm not crazy about the Marin Clio combo, just because I don't like the flow of the two two-syllable names, each with a strong emphasis on the first syllable...That's probably just my...
Two nameberry favorites that just sound awful to me: Maeve and Declan. I just don't understand the appeal.
In another category, my least favorite names that have been given to actual children I...
September 11th, 2014, 02:43 PM
I love Mary and Jane. I also like June, Kate, and some others that could be considered common or plain. Some of them are just lovely, timeless classics.
There are some good ones on that list! I'll have to run them by my husband.
I love the Hawthorne Reid and Everett James combos.
As for the new names, I really like Rhett, Bennett, Judah and...
I like Caius and Titus-- Ti as a nickname, possibly? I think the rest are a little "out there" for me. I feel like we're the opposite of most berry couples- I'm always reading about ladies who like...
September 9th, 2014, 03:02 PM
IMO, either Xander and Kaia or Xander and Anika sound the best together. Viviana or Ivy would be fine, but I don't love them with Xander. I think Layla and Cassidy are too soft for Xander.
Like the above poster, I immediately thought of Sidney Poitier. Sidney is a handsome name for a boy. When people hear "Sidney" out loud, they may immediately think it's a girl's name, but it's not so...
I've been looking over our boys list and just feel so uninspired. I don't have an impending baby (although hopefully it won't be more than a year :D), but I have felt really bored by my boys names...
Love trumps originality, BUT...
Sometimes a name that I truly love loses its spark. It has to be extremely popular, though. For example, I LOVED the name Ava when I was a teenager, more than 10...
Sighted recently on my facebook page: two babies named Capri...pronounced like the pants, not the island. I was less than enthusiastic about those. Also, one named Sevyn. I assume it's pronounced...
I adore Jane. We are considering using Jane Beatrice if we have a girl-- My grandmother's middle name is Jane, and his grandmother's first name is Beatrice. I think they sound nice together.
Oh no! We posted at the same time, haha...Well, I'll just do yours, too!
Griffin Abram: Love!! I want to use Griffin so badly but it doesn't go well with our last name.
Jedidiah West: Not really my...
Pua: I feel like there will be lots of teasing here. Is it pronounced Poo-uh?
Zelda: I like Zelda, and I've actually met lots of older women named Zelda, so it doesn't remind me...
My top 5, in no particular order, would be:
Rose - by itself, though Rosalie is nice, too
All of your others are perfectly nice, just not really my style. I don't...
September 2nd, 2014, 03:36 PM
Sadie Marie would be my definite #1 choice. Second place would be Kaitlyn, then Ainsley. I have just never liked Kinley/Kinsley, and I think a name with a little more history, like Sadie or Kaitlyn...
Ophelia: 10/10. I love this name-- it's so beautiful. I would love to be brave enough to use it, but it just makes me think of Shakespeare's tragic Ophelia...
Leonor: 6/10. I like Leonore and...
One of my favorites (as you can see in my signature)! I like it a little better with the h, but I love both. I love the potential flexibility with nicknames Suz, Susie, Anna, Annie, or even Sanna.
Is this spelling too complicated? it's difficult, but workable. There will probably be some pronunciation issues.
Is it too girly? no, I think it's fine
Do you like it better...
I've always had a soft spot for Efram, but I prefer the Ephraim spelling. Looking at your signature, I do like Efram Hawthorne. As for other suggestions, I think you'd have to go with something...
I completely agree! I get these questions at work all the time because there were multiple babies born to women in our office last year, and it's one of the few jobs in my industry that will actually...
All of them made me really, really sick, until I started taking GNC's prenatals with no iron. They're pretty cheap if you buy in bulk. I had big plans of taking organic, food-based vitamins, but all...
My doctor recommended that we go on prenatals about two months before we start TTC. She didn't say not to try right away after we stopped birth control, but she did warn that it sometimes takes a...
I LOVE Luca for a boy. In fact, it's a personal pet peeve of mine when people use Luca for a girl.
I like Luca Samuel. I think I like it paired with a soft, traditional middle name: maybe Luca...
I also live in the states and I prefer Margot. Both are nice, but I just think Margot looks more sophisticated :) However, given your family history, I think Margo would be a perfectly fine option.
February 2nd, 2014, 11:18 AM
I agree with this. I am not opposed to Kennedy as a boy's mn, though. I actually think it could be very handsome in the right combination. I just don't like it with Jeremy.
Edit-- I love the...
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