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That's a tough one if you feel like you've already looked at and disliked every single other boys name. But, I know other parents who go through this with a second child of same gender as their first...
I also pronounced it as "Kell" - this reminds me of "Quel dommage" and other such French exclamations. :) I admittedly think of Kelly as a 70's name, I think it actually was in the Top 100 in 1968....
That's a great list to choose from. :)
Agnes Rebecca – Agnes to me needs something a little softer in the middle spot, to smooth it out so to speak? That might be why Agnes Rebecca doesn't seem...
Congratulations on your twins first of all! Boy & girl = awesome. :) And I really like the first names you've chosen. Wylie & Arden is unexpected, but not outlandish; very cool and refreshing.
I think Ozzy is very cute as a nickname, but not so easy to carry off as a given...Orson, Osbourn, Oskar, Otis, Osten, Osmand?
I think it sounds alright with the sibset, although gosh I do like...
Isaac Charles and baby sister....
My first thoughts were Cruz, Crewe, or Crosby!
Also.. Lex, Sully, Jett, Wilder, Rune, or Wolf
Yesterday, 04:25 PM
I agree with what some of the previous posters said: totally understandable, nice even, if people want to name baby boys after their fathers - as long as the child has something different they can go...
What about Flora, Goddess of Spring & Flowers, wife of Zephyr, the west wind!? I love that name. :)
Halcyon, the mystic bird who could charm wind & wave
Demi, (from Demeter, "Goddess of...
Yesterday, 03:18 AM
I agree with pp. You really can never go wrong with James as a middle name. It sounds good with almost anything! But it is very common and some might say predictable? And Hartley Thomas does have a...
Yesterday, 02:25 AM
Of the names you listed, the only one that struck me as *possibly* worthy of being called "played out" is Bryce. Bryce's popularity peaked around 1999, when it made it into the Top 100 most popular...
November 24th, 2015, 12:05 AM
Love Rhoswen! (Personally favor spelling Rhoswyn - but either way, still just a gorgeous name.)
And I think Nora & Winnie is adorable as a sibling set. Second choice would be Gwyneth. Third choice,...
Another vote for Arabella Charlotte over Arabella Louise. Although George and Charlotte as middle names is very Royal Family, especially with William as a first - but if you don't live in UK I doubt...
With a short last name and brothers' names I think the best from your list are Harper and Everley. Penelope is in a completely different style but aside from that the "pee" sound on the end sticks...
If you love Isaac that much, nothing wrong with using it of course. Good name, great meaning, cute nicknames (Ike & Izzy). I think it was #31 last year for boy names in the U.S. For me, I'd always be...
Do your children all go by their full first names? If so I would say the best name in the list is actually Indio. (Pilot, Dexter, Happy & Indio - eclectic mix of sounds and styles) But if Dexter does...
If pr. "Race" or even "Ray-iss," I'm afraid I don't care for it, sorry. :( I think it's because my instinctive reaction is "race" as a social construct of identity not "race" as in "try to outrun."...
If Newport and Joyner are the only options you've found in the family tree I would definitely say Joyner is the better option of the two although the Joiner spelling might look more masculine if that...
November 21st, 2015, 05:41 PM
I've liked the name Callum for twenty years and have never met anyone with this name, sadly! I love the meaning and the nickname Cal reminds me of James Dean in "East of Eden" - a good thing. :) ...
My first thought was Edgar, Harvey and Winston!
Rory Joseph is great. :)
Here's my thoughts on the names from your lists & other suggested names based on them, afterwards:
Adrian – Okay. But especially with middle names Michael or Robert it...
Four beautiful, whimsical, magic-loving, bohemian sisters:
Orla, Nixie, Rhoswen & Sebille
Rowan Elise is very pretty. I agree with you on the proliferation of Ellie/Ella, I would want my baby to at least not have the same name as several other girls in her grade etc. I should also like...
I love the romance of Genevieve juxtaposed with a cool or spunky short middle name!
When saying "Renata" aloud I can see what you mean about the "t" as a soft "d" sound - but I don't think it ruins the name at all. I really like "Konstantin and Renata," they look and sound so well...
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