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Calista Isabelle and Cecelia Reverie (if I wanted to do the same first initial thing) or Annabelle Primrose and Hazel Journey
Apolline is beautiful! To me, Apollonia sounds like a country rather than a name (in the far off kingdom of Apollonia...) whereas Apolline is classic, feminine and sophisticated without being frilly...
Aria - one of my favourite names. It sounds feminine without being fussy, and I love the musical connotation as well
Elena - I also like this name far, FAR more than the Eleanor etc. variations....
I think Luelle is pretty and unusual without being weird. Claire Luelle flows a lot better than Claire Lucille, but it still honours your grandmother, which is nice. I think it goes well with your...
Elena - I really like this name, far more than Ella
Emmett - I also like Emmeline for a girl
Finley (but this spelling) with Finn as a nickname
Harper - I think this is a cute, spunky name....
April 21st, 2014, 03:47 PM
If you're not the one who's actually friends with them (as in talk to them/see them regularly) then don't worry about it! If it's mid level popularity anyway, they will probably be ready to accept...
I like far fewer boys names than girls (which is why I hope I have more girls than boys!) so I have more girls names on my list. My list of boys names is on 1 post it note, while my girls names run...
I used to know a girl whose name is Cinn-a-mon Wa-ter-fall Rai-nb-ow (although she never told people she had 2 middle names when she met them). She has a normal surname, and her brother is named John...
Houldenn (this was actually quite hard, I thought)
Kehvynne (and this - I basically just tried to phonetically spell it)...
I suppose a good sound is more important in everyday life, whereas most people won't really care about the meaning of your daughter's name. Your daughter, when she's old enough to care, may prefer a...
You have some lovely names! Dexter is cute, and Ivan. I love the combo Henry Ross (Henry is one of my favourite boy names), and Bailey Arthur is cute too (I can see Bailey working on a boy or a...
Ahh right, thank you! :D
Sorry if I'm just being an idiot, but what does BFP stand for? :confused: good luck to all you brave ladies and your partners! I hope you get your little butterbeans soon :)
April 20th, 2014, 02:09 PM
If you went for Finn, I would maybe consider using Finlay/Finley with Finn as a nickname? Finley Stephen sounds beautiful. Archer sounds good with Stephen as well, but Finley is more my style so I...
I much prefer the name Gabrielle, but I think it does sound similar to Ann so Ann Giselle flows better :)
April 20th, 2014, 01:49 PM
Congrats! Fleur is one of my favourite names, and her middle names are gorgeous too :) good luck!
So glad everything is okay for you! Happy Easter and good luck :)
I love Margot (definitely spelt like this - it's the traditional spelling and besides, Margo seems somehow incomplete to me). Marit is also cute, and quite unusual too! I just was to point out, if...
April 20th, 2014, 01:29 PM
April 20th, 2014, 01:09 PM
Emmeline (pronounced the traditional French em-UH-leen) is one of my favourite girls names! Millie is a cute nickname (I also like Emme/Emmie). Emilia is nice as well, and I prefer it to the more...
April 3rd, 2014, 11:18 AM
Thank you! Ari is an adorable nickname :) I've never heard of a cologne called Aramis, my thoughts have always just been of the Musketeer - definitely not the worst character to be named after though...
April 2nd, 2014, 04:13 PM
No, me neither! I just thought Aramis, Athos and Porthos were their actual (as in first) names, and D'Artagnan chose to go by this name in honor/remembrance of his father?
I say Rose-ah-muhnd. It sounds more delicate and "breathy" than the sharper "Rozz". Beautiful name :)
April 2nd, 2014, 04:37 AM
Thanks for the replies! I've never heard of the cologne Aramis? Is it just me not noticing or is it a non-British thing?
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