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Eli, Isla, Eric & Bee
Literally just came back to edit my post to say I'd realised why, but you beat me to it!
I think the government should be allowed to ban any name that's either a curse word, or has obscure punctuation or a number in it, but aside from that I definitely think they should have no say in...
I second the suggestions of:
Juliette & Genevieve (biased!)
Juliette & Vivienne (though you might get getting yourself into a bit of a theme there)
Juliette & Ophelia
Juliette & Evangeline
May 1st, 2013, 06:35 PM
I can't say I've been in your position, but my mother did the same thing with my younger brother. I actually don't think she even decided on a name until he was several weeks old - she spent a few...
May 1st, 2013, 06:29 PM
Violet Ruby Grace & Leo Elijah Bram (Ivy & Leo)
OR India Lotus Penelope & Shiloh Valentine Fox (Indie & Shy)
Violet is my top girl's name right now, and has been for quite some time! I adore it, though I fear it's becoming too popular in the UK. My only associations with the name are positive - Violet from...
I wouldn't say comes across as particularly masculine - it has the 'y' that seems to be considered feminine now (probably because we unfortunately see stuck in so many "feminized" versions of boys...
Jennifer & Laura
May 1st, 2013, 08:14 AM
Harper & Hudson
Lucretia & Valentin
Colin & Greer
Henry & Olivia
Theodore & Penelope
Brendan & Jessica
Logan & Emily
Isaac & Violet
Charlotte & William
Nora & Jude
I have two cousins with 3-syllable double first names, one with a hyphen and one with a space, and both have a 3 syllable middle and a 4 syllable (hyphenated) last name. It works fine for them :) So...
I personally wouldn't. I love Alice, for example, but it's in the top 100 here and so I can't see myself ever using it. But that's not to say I think other people should do the same. If you...
April 30th, 2013, 01:25 PM
All I can say is my first thought was 'skeevy Keavy!'. How is it pronounced?
April 30th, 2013, 01:22 PM
Consider that baby forums are full of "teen mom" trolls so it's probably skewed quite a bit.
I can't comment on having the same feeling as in an ideal world I see myself "with child" earlier than...
April 30th, 2013, 01:07 PM
I almost voted Susannah, but Susannah, Sophie, Sarah and Serena is probably a bit much. So I went for Josephine, which is lovely.
I really dislike matchy twins names, so Hadley and Haven definitely isn't for me. I think Clover and Summer go really well with it, perhaps as I see Hadley as quite masculine, and being word names...
April 30th, 2013, 12:52 PM
loo-CHEE-ah is the pronunciation I would use (because it's Italian, as mentioned, and so am I) so it's nice to see that most people are on the same track :) LOO-sha is the only pronunciation that I...
April 30th, 2013, 09:50 AM
Patrick & Imogen
Hattie & Archie
Felix & Willa
Rebecca & Richard
Cora & Oscar
Beckett & Aubrey (f)
Nathaniel & Olivia
Matilda & August
Timothy & Rachel
George & Miriam
April 30th, 2013, 09:44 AM
A question for Brits, and in particular those from south east England:
If you saw the name Lucia, how would automatically thing to pronounce it? Would you pronounce it differently if it was Lucía?...
Where I am (London), Chloe has been popular for as long as I can remember, which puts me off it. However, I think it's simply adorable and I love the sound. I recently asked for some opinions on here...
April 30th, 2013, 09:19 AM
Weirdly enough, I was actually thinking about this earlier! I think it would depend on several factors, including age (a young child can lose touch with a best friend easily, whereas an old child is...
April 30th, 2013, 05:58 AM
Personally I think Ivy is an amazing match for Zara. I love the suggestions of:
Zara & Zelie (even despite the matchiness)
Zara & Sadie
Zara & Sylvie
Zara & Elodie
Zara & Delphy
Zara & Daphne...
While I don't like Evie as a standalone, I think Evie Snow is perfectly fine for a Christmas baby really. It's sweet, and the (accidental?) connection between her possible birthday isn't necessarily...
April 30th, 2013, 05:24 AM
I think Ottilie had great suggestions. Aside from that, perhaps:
Finley / Finlay
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