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I like Elsa (but prefer Elizabeth. I like Elsa Rae, but not with Payton since Rae and Payton kind of rhyme. I'd probably choose a longer middle name like Rachel.
I love it! Veronica is an awesome name. I prefer one middle but if you want to use two Veronica Lillian Belle is great (but it is a bit long Veronica Lily Belle would be better IMO).
I met the sweetest Susan at summer camp this year. She was super pretty, but wasn't one of those girls who wore a ton of makeup, she was natural and wore glasses. It really made me start to like...
September 16th, 2014, 09:06 PM
I like Elizabeth, Delilah, and Miriam with your sibset.
September 16th, 2014, 07:51 PM
While I love love love Augustus, I think either Samuel or Jasper (or even Sebastian even though I don't particularly like the name) go best with your sibset.
September 15th, 2014, 06:24 PM
I'll just do my top ten:
Zoe- Does Zoe need a nn? Zo I guess?
Selene- Lena (Lee-nuh)
Thalia- Thalie or Tilly
Jane- I don't think I could nn Jane, Jay I guess?
Persephone- I have lots:...
September 14th, 2014, 10:58 PM
New to my crush list:
Delia (not Cordelia)
It seems I'm on a -lena kick. Let me know what you think of these names. I have a couple concerns on these names:
September 14th, 2014, 10:44 PM
@skyesime98 was my name pal, but she hasn't been on here in a while. So anyone looking for a name pal, just PM. I'd love to have another name pal; it was so much fun!
I want to say yes. I love the movie "Singing in the Rain" and Cosmo in that movie as amazing. But I'm also a part of the generation that grew up watching "The Fairly Odd Parents" and the dumb fairy...
I say Hel-AY-nuh, like Elena with an H. But Helena is one of those names that it depends on the person. So, if someone's name written down was Helena, I'd probably ask first "How do you say your...
September 12th, 2014, 09:59 PM
Andreas- I really like Andreas. It is kind of common in the Greek Community, so I'm used to hearing it, but it would definitely be more unexpected than Andrew.
Bailey- I like Bailey, but I think it...
I'm not really a fan of Amaya since I hear it a lot near me. It's rather trendy in my area. Ditto with Maya. It is alright I guess, and I see the appeal, but I'm not a fan.
My friend had a foreign exchange student from France named Aud (or was it spelled Aude? I can't remember). And in our horrible USA accents, it sounded like the word odd, but when her friend...
September 11th, 2014, 07:34 PM
I say Nay-ell-ee but I've never heard it IRL.
Exactly what @lovemysweeties said. I prefer Silas, but Malcolm sounds best with James.
September 10th, 2014, 10:52 PM
My favorites are Evangeline and Eleanor and Elizabeth and Elsie, but I don't think that is your style. How about Ever? Or Ellie or Eloise or Evelyn or Eve, or Evie.... So many options.
I'm going to vote for Huck since it so different from what you hear now. I also like Hank as a nn for Henry but Huck is cool. Dexter "Dex" is more common as a nn.
September 10th, 2014, 09:24 PM
I love Isabeau, and can't see why others wouldn't like it. It is so pretty and out of the box. I'd probably use Izzy/Issy or Beau.
September 7th, 2014, 11:06 PM
Sabrina Rosalie "Bri"- I go back and forth with Sabrina. I have a bad experience with a Sabrina, but then I love the movie Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn was AMAZING in that movie). So, I'm only lukewarm...
September 7th, 2014, 04:20 PM
I don't really like Dylan on a boy or girl, so... yeah. I guess it can work though. I know a girl named Ryan (but I think she spells it Ryanne). I'm more traditional when it comes to naming, boys...
I like Quentin. Quinn can be used on its own for a boy (as you noted), and I like it as a nn for Quentin. Quentin is interesting, unexpected, hip, & cool, with still an old fashion feel. I like it.
September 6th, 2014, 08:18 PM
I dislike Edith and Eva, but other than that I like all your other ones. I love love love Jane. I also love Anna and Poppy.
Vivienne Pearl- Eh, I like it, but so talked about on NB that I'm kind of bored with both Vivienne and Pearl. But the names are nice enough though. Go for it.
Maxine nn.Maxi Anne- I'd ignore the...
September 6th, 2014, 08:07 PM
I'm sorry, it does sound made up to me. I prefer Indianna or Indigo or even just Indie.
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