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Picabo sounds way too child-like.
That's what I think of, too.
I have no advice but Dr. Sears has a great page on it: http://www.askdrsears.com/topics/feeding-eating/feeding-infants-toddlers/goat-milk
Mixing in molasses, vitamin C, and other stuff seems...
Hazel and Magnolia together is too much nature for me. If forced to pick, I'd go with Hazel Magnolia Anne since both Lake and Scout are also words.
Since you say you truly love all of the names...
Samuel Braden + Antonia Beatrix
I do think Lucia Madeline has a better low but I voted for Alba Madeline because it's more unique. I'm also not a fan of Lulu or that pronunciation of Lucia.
Alba's really cute and is on my long...
John Matthew + Lorna Jo
Jack Eddie & Amelia Frances
John Caleb is handsome as a double name! I like John Caleb Alexander the best.
Josiah Robert + Evangeline Amelia
The Johansson Family
Henrik Anders + Carola Annelie
January 30th, 2015, 03:59 AM
Zara Anastasia + Lachlan Gray
Reuben Harrison / Georgia Day
Dogs: Senara & Ozara
Cats: Oswald & Bria
Joseph Paul + Gloria Mae
Oliver Douglas / Nathaniel Emmett
Rosalie Victoria / Penelope Grace
William Benjamin / Juliana Catherine
I'm not a fan of Marlian but I do like Marley-Ann as a double first name. Marlian sounds like someone mispronouncing the word marlin.
I prefer Gemma.
There is nothing wrong with being female, nothing wrong with femininity. Kyle on a girl sounds silly, like you wished you'd had a son instead. Why not Kyla?
Jesus is a pretty common name in Spanish speaking countries and among the Spanish speaking population in the US. It certainly isn't blasphemous. Naming your child Jesus is nothing like naming your...
January 29th, 2015, 02:58 AM
Emmanuel is handsome!
Brienne feels made up. I much prefer the Brianne/Breanne spelling/pronunciation.
Metric is super masculine. Althea is pretty, though. I think Althea Merrit would work better.
I like it. I wouldn't consider it a grandpa name since I have never known anyone with the name.
January 29th, 2015, 02:33 AM
Henley has a masculine feel to me but I wouldn't be surprised if most thought it was a female name simply because it ends in -ley.
I love Caspian! Such a handsome name. From your list, I like these combos:
A girl I grew up with has a daughter named Haiden. Other than her, I don't know of any other girls with the name (I don't personally know any boys with the name, either). Hayden has always felt...
Hermina would honor Herman. For Jack, there's Jacqueline or any John variant.
To me, arrow isn't a given name, just something used to kill. Arrow sounds extremely masculine to me. I think there are prettier, more feminine names out there that can be used with the nickname Ro....
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