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I am almost about to go on Easter holidays, we get off the day before Good Friday. I had my French test yesterday, which went pretty well although I'm still really nervous about...
Yesterday, 07:46 AM
I've always had a soft spot for boys names ending in -a. They sound great. I definitely think (and hope!) that Ezra will stay a boy name for now. I really love Asa, I pronounce it AY-suh and I think...
March 27th, 2015, 07:51 PM
I prefer Matilda Violet. Rosalie is probably my favourite name right now, but Violet flows better with Matilda and I think it compliments it more.
Like most of the other PPs, I'm saying definitely Shiloh. It's soft and simple but also really cute. Sloan/Sloane is a name that really doesn't appeal to me.
Fern Evangeline is stunning, it's a very nice blend of long and girly with short and sweet. I'm not a fan of Liv on it's own, I'm just one of those people who prefer full names, but Liv Ramona is...
@Eryn and Olympia - I'm pretty fine, I'm at the end of a period of about three weeks where we had five or six assignments due. I only have two tests and a presentation to go! Hooray! (Olympia - I do...
I love Olympia! I'm in Oz think there would definitely be that Olympics association but there's nothing bad about that. It's a gorgeous name. I also love unexpected nns for names and I think Olympia...
I agree with @ikfly, I think it sounds better on a boy but people would probably expect it to be a girls name because of the popularity of some of the -Bella names.
March 22nd, 2015, 07:20 AM
I love Cassia, Elara, Juna and Minka from your list! Sorry for any repeats.
Lucille sounds amazing with August and Campbell, with Lucia coming second.
They are all very gorgeous! I think my favourite is Jemima, closely followed by Josephine.
My favourite is definitely Cosette, it's a great name and goes well with your first daughter.
I pronounce it Lou-ee (I'm from Aus). Some people might pronounce it like Lewis at first, but they will get used to it. As far as I know, Luis and Louis are the only ways to get the Lou-ee...
March 18th, 2015, 07:20 AM
I'd probably go for Rosalie Aislinn Pearl and Esther Aveline Willow, nn Rosie and Essie. I've been really loving those two together lately.
March 18th, 2015, 07:14 AM
There are some really gorgeous names on your list, here are the combos I came up with:
I much prefer Sophie, it just seems softer and calmer, but I guess it could also depend on which name is more common in a certain area. Sophie is definitely more common where I live and I really like...
March 16th, 2015, 07:06 AM
Estelle Winter and Estelle Rose are both gorgeous. I also like Indigo Dorothy.
@Adelina - as far as I know, behind the name is the most accurate, but I am pretty sure that British Baby Names is very good as well, there are a lot of good statistics and notes...
March 16th, 2015, 06:29 AM
I voted for quite a few: 'Planning to have kids in the future' (although it's in the very far future), 'conversation/camaraderie with others', 'naming characters' and 'interested in pop culture and...
March 14th, 2015, 07:42 AM
My favourites are Eleanora, Fleur and Valentina. If I had to pick one, it would probably be Eleanora.
March 13th, 2015, 07:07 AM
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