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We have a little white board we are both writing names down on, and I woke up this morning to all being erased except:
It also said "down to these 3". Since that's kind of...
Thanks to everyone so far!
@larkspur83- I have considered Ellis and Ellison before. He vetoed Ellis, and something about Ellison doesn't sound right when I say it aloud.
@joiya- I don't think...
Our baby girl is due in July, and we are finally starting to talk seriously about name options. I have a top 8, husband has a top 4. I feel like I have seen every name out there and suggested tons to...
Some other ideas-
Ember-maybe still too unisex?
Effie- too nicknamey?
Ellis-also too unisex?
January 30th, 2015, 10:33 PM
That's a tough one.. Claire is dainty and girly. Quinn is fun and spunky. I think you can't go wrong with either, not that that's much help to you!
January 29th, 2015, 09:58 PM
I think it can easily go both ways, and is more popular for girls. But I don't like the "hen" part on a girl. I prefer Henley for a boy, I think the shirt reference does it for me. It's a masculine...
January 1st, 2015, 11:52 PM
I slightly prefer Casper, no real reason why. The Casper Benjamin combo is difficult for me to say, like the p then b just are hard to form with my lips that quickly. But Casper Hugo Benjamin sounds...
January 1st, 2015, 10:03 AM
I personally don't like Katherine, but it's a nice evoigh name. I have known many a Katherine/Catherine, and not one went by their full name. BUT, my brother is a Michael, never Mike. So it's...
December 30th, 2014, 06:37 AM
Went to high school with a Sparkle. Middle name Starr
Love it! Ramona has always been a guilty pleasure of mine because of my childhood love of the books. Ramona violet sounds lovely :)
There are things I want to like about it, but u just don't. It reminds me first of ambrosia, which I really dislike as a dessert. Second, it sound like it should be the name of a medication or...
My great grandmother was named Steva. Maybe not the prettiest name, but definitely works as an alternate to Stephanie!
September 21st, 2014, 07:21 AM
I agree with a pp who suggested Hendryx if you like the y. It looks better!
I have met Both girl and boy Logan's. I prefer it for a boy, but it can work for a girl.
My first thought on prn is EAR-o. Honestly, my first thought was "like zero without the z?" My phone even tried to correct it to zero :(
My favorites are:
Ranwolf and Rhydian are too out there for me. From your husband's list I really like Rainier, too.
I have worked with kids for 4 years and have only met one, spelled Luka, who was about 5, so I think it'd be safe. I also vote Brett because of the ca/k sounds
August 25th, 2014, 05:15 PM
I think Austin. Austen seems more feminine.
August 23rd, 2014, 11:03 PM
I think Brynna sounds great with your other kids. Maybe Peyton spelled this way. I don't like Paityn, it seems to be trying too hard.
August 8th, 2014, 06:06 PM
Declan, Jayden, Aurora, Bennett, and Julian
I love Nathan and nn Nate. Nathaniel is just... Idk, too much to me.
I only like these 4. If I had to pick a 5th it'd be Lydia, but it's not really my favorite
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