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I like Elsie Evangeline, though I do prefer Elsa to Elsie as it sounds less like a nickname.
I don't like the name Elmer at all, and I think two names that start with El- as siblings are too...
First, I'm so sorry for your loss. I really like Haven for you because it does have so much significance. As a person with an alliterative first/last name, I have to say I have always really loved...
February 27th, 2015, 04:45 PM
I love Lula Marguerite with Zadie Avalyn. Personally I think Ada Wynn is too close to your older daughter's middle name. Farrah would be my next choice.
My best friend recently had a baby with a forest themed nursery too! I ended up throwing their baby shower so I did a few different crafty things, but my favorites were:
- With toilet paper tubes,...
February 25th, 2015, 06:35 PM
If I'm not too late, please add Greyer to the card. Thank you so much for doing this, I feel absolutely awful for her family. :(
Oh no, how devastating for her family :( I can't even imagine. She was always so kind. RIP.
Oh man, memories! I have a bunch put away for future kids, mostly books but some of the stuffies that I loved and weren't loved to pieces ;) The ones I have left are:
Toby: a little black dog...
I prefer the spelling Quentin and I do pronounce them differently as other posters have said. My problem is with my accent (USA - Mid-Atlantic/New England) anything that ends in -tin/-ton ends up...
I like Rockford, but love the suggestion of Rockwell. If you're okay with Rocco, I'd like to suggest Roscoe as well. It has a similar feel to me personally but it's a little less literal than...
There's absolutely nothing wrong with it, Catherine is a lovely classic name (it's also my sister's and godmother's name, though both spelled differently). I just personally find it a bit plain.
I met a toddler named Romeo and an adult named Romeo and to be honest, my first reaction to both was that it was a bit of a ridiculous name. It just seems too tied to the one character to use. ...
February 19th, 2015, 06:08 PM
Congratulations on your new baby first of all! :)
From the names on your list, I think Bailey (spelled this way) is the most popular, but also your best option. Kassidy and Brinkley aren't as...
February 18th, 2015, 05:22 PM
February 13th, 2015, 12:36 PM
Boys (the blanks are family names):
August Donald D____, "Gus"
L_____ Roland Absalom, "Rolly"
Whistler Abram L____, "Whit"
Florence Patricia Lynn, "Flora"
Beatrix Lillie Jean, "Bea"...
February 11th, 2015, 11:58 PM
I feel like I'm the opposite of most PP's actually... I really dislike Maeve alone, but I don't mind Maeven/Maven at all. But if you're concerned about it sounding trendy, which it does a little now...
Oh my god thank you, I'm constantly criticized/getting horrified reactions when I admit how much I dislike Beyonce. I liked Destiny's Child when I was a teen and when she went solo everything went...
It's going to be hard to narrow it down to ten but I'll try!
1. Counting Stars by OneRepublic (my personal anthem)
2. Wake Me Up by Avicii
3. Come With Me Now by The Kongos
4. Love Runs Out by...
If your husband likes Jazz, how about a longer name that lends itself to Jazz as a nickname? Personally, I think Jasper Dean (after your dad) NN Jazz would be very handsome with your other son's...
If you're crafty, you can make art out of some of them and donate the rest! This is a pinterest page with a bunch of fun ideas: https://www.pinterest.com/lindsayjwhite/old-books-into-art/
I'm sorry, I know it's not pronounced this way but it just looks like the word "Liar" to me. I would much prefer Leo or Leon for the sound, that -or ending is just so harsh on my ears.
February 1st, 2015, 01:23 PM
I'm really loving Bruno right now! Are you in the USA? Because the only downside I can think of is that a lot of people will probably ask you, "Like Bruno Mars?" To be honest I don't think that's...
January 30th, 2015, 10:29 PM
Howl's Moving Castle has to be my favorite, followed by Spirited Away and Ponyo. I saw Kiki's Delivery Service as a kid and really should rewatch it... the only one I haven't liked so far was...
January 27th, 2015, 07:10 PM
I don't really think about it, to be honest. I guess it makes sense to think about it in terms of the child learning to write their name, but the whole "they'll never learn to spell it!" thing never...
I'm sorry, not trying to be rude, I just don't see anything attractive about this name at all.
Hazel Magnolia Anne for sure. Hazel, Magnolia, Lake, and Scout are all word names so having three words in one combo is just a lot IMO. But Hazel Magnolia Anne balances it out.
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