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July 23rd, 2014, 02:15 PM
I like Mabel a lot as a first name, but I want something a bit more modern/spunky/quirky in the middle since Harriet is very old-fashioned. And Clover is cute! I'll have to try that one with dh, he's...
July 23rd, 2014, 01:58 PM
Any other 2 syllable suggestions?
I like Willow, but not sure of the teasing potential of Harriet Willow, I'm probably over-thinking it... I also like Harriet Lucy, but dh isn't fond of it. And I...
July 23rd, 2014, 11:05 AM
I do like primrose a lot, but it doesn't flow well with our last name. So I am a bit more uncertain about that one.
I like the double H of Harper but I don't like that it is so popular.
July 22nd, 2014, 11:12 PM
We have yet to decide on a middle name for our 3rd daughter due in September, but I do believe we have it narrowed down to a few that we agree on. :rolleyes:
Open to suggestions as well, but we...
Eloise Julian (6)
Beatrix London (3.5)
Foster Kingsley (2)
Harriet ______ (due in Sept)
And we have a black miniature schnauzer named Dashiell aka Dash. :)
Love your children's names, what a...
Too off the wall? I don't see how it's any worse than River or Sky or the other more popular nature names.
What do the Nameberries think?!
July 2nd, 2014, 11:50 AM
I love Delilah (as a middle) but my husband is not sold on it. To me Delilah is spunky, yet sweet, it is heard of but not overused. For middles I tend to lean towards more unisex names with a british...
Bumping this up for input from the morning crowd. :)
Dh vetoed everything except for Marley and he is "ok" with Delilah but he doesn't think it flows well. :( He suggested Coraline, which I like but don't love.
I'm not 100% on a spelling of Thisby/Thisbe/Thisbee :) I just want as little pronunciation issues as possible!
I don't like Isabella, too trendy, plus I have a niece named Isabel anyways.
We had settled on a middle name, but I just do not love it and don't feel like it fits with our style/sib-set. So, we are starting from scratch!
My personal thoughts: It has a soft sound to it, I've heard plenty of female names that are much of "masculine" sounding. Not to mention, I had a baby doll names Lissi when I was little and I think...
For a girl? Thoughts, possibly, completely ridiculous? Be honest, yet polite. I'm not obsessing, just contemplating. :rolleyes:
May 20th, 2014, 07:44 PM
I may be a bit biased but I think Eloise is lovely with your girls. :)
What do you think goes best with Dash, ideas?
April 18th, 2014, 09:03 PM
Here are ones that I like that, There were others as well, but dh has already vetoed some of them. In no particular order:
April 18th, 2014, 03:15 PM
Loving all of the suggestions! So many great choices.
For those who have asked our kids are: Eloise Julian, Beatrix London, and Foster Kingsley (especially love Kingsley).
I don't want to...
April 17th, 2014, 11:41 PM
Looking for some fresh ideas for a middle name, we just can't settle on one that we *love*.
I have a thing for 3 syllable girls names, so I will list some of my favorites. :)
For a front-runner Rose name I like Rosamund and all of it's nn potential (Rosie, Ro, Rue) but dh isn't fond of it although he does like Rue. But I still think I prefer Harriet.. I've loved it for a...
mickie9: Thank you!
I'm glad to see that other people think Primrose goes well! We've considered it as a first name but I adore Harriet and I wonder if it will get trendy because of the Hunger...
Cordelia! Love the name and it has more options for nn's.
Of course! Eloise Julian, Beatrix London, Foster Kingsley
But I feel like Harriet needs a more feminine middle? It just seems a bit more "old-lady" than the others.. We have considered Primrose...
And our announcement "video": http://youtu.be/8F5WD7xNbww
Eloise, Beatrix, and Foster will have a new baby sister in September!
I've posted asking for advice quite a few times and always love the nice and honest opinions I receive. :)
I think we have...
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