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DH: James Josiah Frost "Jem"
DW: Hattie Agatha Belle
DD1/DD2/DS1: Mary Eleanor Alexandra "Mamie" / Elizabeth Magnolia June "Betsy" / Beau William Blake
DD3: Rose Clara Faye
Adelaide Clara & Jude River
April 19th, 2015, 03:58 PM
Ayla - Hebrew; "oak tree"
Dara - Irish; "oak tree" (all boy to me but can see it working on either)
Elowen - Cornish; "elm tree"
Flavia - Ancient Roman; "golden"
Melia - Greek; "ash tree"...
DH (88): Jack Abraham
DW (85): Harriet Amelie Fay "Hattie" (MN: Kipling)
DD (65): Lydia Vera
DS (63): Jameson Leland "Jem"
DS (62): Isaac Felix
DD (59): Aveline Edie
DW: Lavinia Peridot
DH: Easton Ebenezer
DD: Eliana Clementine
DD: Arabella Natalie
DD: Lydia Sparrow
DD: Keturah Pearl
DD: Sybil Dixie
DD: Cora Zarina
DD: Eva Willow
I think Lowenna is lovely, although I'm fairly used to it as I spend a lot of time in Cornwall (lots of houses, businesses etc. with the name there). It's easy to spell and pronounce and it has...
April 19th, 2015, 09:46 AM
DH: Zachariah Jonathan
DW: Diana Margaret (MN: Scherer)
DS1: Milo Dallas
DD1: Adelaide Cassandra
DS2: Brendan Bradley
DD2: Evangeline Rosalie
April 19th, 2015, 09:20 AM
Noah or Jack
Liam or James
Jacob or Daniel
Mason or Conor
William or Sean
Ethan or Adam
Michael or Ryan
Alexander or Michael
Jayden or Harry
Daniel or Noah
April 19th, 2015, 09:15 AM
Love your list so far. Other ideas:
Azucena - Spanish; "madonna lily"
Azzura - Italian; "azure"
Bluma - Yiddish; "flower"
Boudicca - Brythonic; "victory" (too much maybe but a GP of mine)...
April 16th, 2015, 06:11 PM
I like Beau better, both with your surname and your daughters' names.
April 16th, 2015, 12:43 PM
Ah, that's a shame! Are there specific things that put him off certain names?
If you're open to Tolkien names there are plenty of useable ones, some that have roots in Celtic names and some that...
April 16th, 2015, 11:53 AM
Really love your list, especially Constance (so glad you definitely want to use it somewhere!).
You've had some great suggestions so far but I'll add:
Your sons' names are wonderful!
I agree with @sarab.cook that Corin, Brady and Cory sound like boys, particularly with Noel and Kit, and would also add that Rhys is completely masculine to me.
April 16th, 2015, 09:08 AM
Guinevere Rose is stunning! I like Cillian the best from the names your husband likes - it bridges the gap between Ruby and Guinevere perfectly.
DH: Alexander Richard Dean "Xander"
DW: Elizabeth Zoe Anne
DD (17): Maria Jane
DS (16): James Nicholas Frost "Jem"
DD/DD (14): Arabella Snow "Belle" // Josephine Bay "Posey"
April 16th, 2015, 04:42 AM
DH(65): Archibald Linus John "Archie"
DW(64): Anne Victoria (maiden name: Chenelle)
DD(44): Rosa June
DS(43): West Archer
DD(41): Ramona Lavender
DD(40, twin): Tallulah Posy...
DH: Aeron Rory
DW: Rose Morwenna (nee Buchanan)
DS1/DS2: Ciaran Jory / Malachy Seamus
DS3/DS4: Jago Lennon / Emrys Lachlan
DD1: Amabel Poppy
Have you ever been in a plane? Yes, very often (but I hate it).
Have you ever stayed up 24 hours straight? Don't think so but I've pulled a few all-nighters.
Have you ever had to stay over night in...
Avalon is lovely, and I love the meaning Lake has for you and your family. From your signature, Avalon Margot Lake is stunning.
Avalon Amelia Lake
Avalon Beatrice Lake /...
April 15th, 2015, 11:59 AM
Last name: Wyatt
DH(67): Lysander Thomas
DW(61): Penelope Maria "Nell" (maiden name: Fay)
DD(40): Delilah Penelope
DS(38): Ashley David
DS(34): Oliver Thomas "Ollie"
DD(32): Maria Henrietta...
Your name: Matilda Katherine Frost
The subject you teach: Creative Writing
The name of the school: Crawley Academy
Ephraim Atlas Bridges
Lucius Samuel Callaghan
Rex Walter Miles Cannon...
April 15th, 2015, 06:25 AM
I like Zara a lot. I'm in the UK and know a Zara, plus there's Zara Phillips and the clothes shop, and I've only ever heard it pronounced with a long a, to rhyme with car. I'd expect the air...
I think all of the names you listed would work really well with Lottie. I think I mentioned Nell on a previous thread of yours, and I love it even more for you now because of the family link. I also...
Your children's names are lovely, and Beatrice Kate/Pearl goes perfectly with them.
Oliver, Theodore and Thomas all work well but Oliver and Thomas feel a little popular next to Beatrice, and...
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