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August 29th, 2014, 03:51 PM
I was just trying to remember his son Baylen's name this morning. (I could only remember it could be shortened to Bay and I thought Bay Brees was a little funny). Anyway I had no idea they had a...
It seems approachable and friendly to me and I can see it working on a variety of people. I do also hear a bit of a whine like pp said but the nah balances the more nasal nee I think. One thing I...
I love Lincoln! I would avoid Finn because it kind of rhymes. How about:
Ezra (in the first spot)
Isla and Cora are my favorite, second is Isla and Hazel.
A note on Isla and Lucy - my mind automatically goes to I love Lucy, especially if I imagine calling their names: Isla! Lucy!
Annette and Nanette are my first two thoughts.
I like all of them! You could do Ellen Emmeline nn Elle if you wanted to keep the "e" middle.
I would have a hard time telling someone that they couldn't use a name just because it was too similar to one of my kids' names. Especially if it's not the same name but a variant, or they plan to...
August 13th, 2014, 09:48 AM
I like all the names. I would probably pick Ella over Ava but I can't choose between Levi and Lincoln, I like them both! I agree with pp about waiting to see the baby - that helped me decide with...
Not sure if you like any of these but it was kind of fun!
Violet Harper June
Tallulah Juniper Reese
Luna Larkin Hope
Adrienne Hayley Dove
Cosima Piper Eve
Audra Madison Blue
Ramona Sunday Opal
I think it's a beautiful combo and fits well with Florence Afton Eugenia. I don't find Elisabeth and Colette to rhyme or clash, especially with Roana separating them. And Libby is my all-time...
I agree on all points with @brigid16. Cecily is lovely!
Love your little guys' names. Brandt is my favorite on your list but not with a middle Blake! If you prefer to keep Blake for the middle (which is a great idea), then I like:
Allegra is my favorite, such a sophisticated combo, Allegra Wallace. I also like Naomi.
I love Linus, I would pick him 100 times over Otto!! Plus, Odette is just perfection with Rosamund and Elowen - all beautifully girly and strong sounding but totally different beginnings and...
I guess I'm in the minority but I find them way too matchy, the repeating letters, both being colors and nature names. It seems way too themey to me. Violet and Olivia would lessen that a little...
My favorite Z name is Zinnia but I'm not sure if that would work for you either. There are a couple biblical Z names with good meanings but I wouldn't call them classical: Zimri (my praise), Zuriel...
August 5th, 2014, 04:59 PM
I love Cole with Emery and Reese - it's definitely the boy of the 3 but still fits with the style. Chase would be my second choice, for the same reasons.
If you're still worried about Owen being the only one without a y, you could do Owen and Audra.
August 5th, 2014, 04:49 PM
I prefer Winifred. I don't find much appealing about Wilhelmina. I like pp's idea of Winter. I'd also suggest Gwendolyn - if you're familiar with The Wonder Years, Winnie Cooper's full name was...
I think they definitely fit. I like how they all have an L and an O. And an E. You are getting some repeating sounds though, so you'd have to try them out loud to see if it's tongue twistery. ...
I like it. Even though they both end in a, they flow well - like Anna Maria. However I think I would name her Willa Lucia (first, middle) and sometimes call her by both names rather than name her...
I really like Aria but would avoid the two noun names. Both names are beautiful though, I can see why you're having trouble deciding!
Mia, Logan, Rory and:
I'd have to axe Annelies, sorry to say. I love Anneliese and Annelise is a close second imo.
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