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June 1st, 2015, 10:06 AM
I disagree. I don't think Margot and Harlan are matchy. I like them together. Anyway I prefer Margot and it gets my vote.
Ditto for me. Is it regional differences maybe? I am from Canada.
I think Clarice is fine. I prefer it spelt that way because it's the only way I have ever seen it spelt. I don't have many associations with the name. Just Silence of the Lambs and the Rudolph...
Ditto for me.
Coraline get my vote. Although I do like someone's suggestion of Coralie. Very nice.
Valerie isn't my cup if tea at all and I don't like the pronunciation of Emme.
They are both lovely. I would choose Siena myself.
I am more concerned with how trendy a name is, and just how dated it might some day become. I don't have a problem with classic names like Sarah or Elizabeth, and I would consider using either even...
Elena Sophie is my favorite of the bunch. I have always liked Elena, it's elegant and pretty. Sophie is classic and lovely. They sound nice together.
Isabel Aria kind of runs together when I...
May 25th, 2015, 09:16 PM
I don't like it. It sounds like "Is a beau (french for beautiful) Wildflower". It sounds like a sentence in my head. Like you're literally saying "Is a beautiful wildflower".
That being said...
I can't believe you didn't know that in the first place. Anyway, totally unusable!
Gideon and Matilda
Not a fan for many of the same reasons already mentioned by previous posters.
May 24th, 2015, 11:29 PM
For a girl I would consider using the same initials your brother had. For example:
Or you can use any name you love as a first name and actually...
I prefer Alana. Names like Alissa are quite common where I live. Alana stands out.
I actually prefer Alaina which gives a similar vibe.
Not a fan of Lula. Arla is slightly better.
How about Darla? I also like Tallulah nn Lula.
May 22nd, 2015, 12:59 PM
Murray is great. I wouldn't worry about using it at all. Phoebe and Iris are feminine and lovely btw.
Cynthia is my name. I was born in the 80's when the name was passed it's peak and it was very uncommon for my generation where I live. I only ever met one other Cynthia my age and none that were...
I love them when done right. The two names need to have their own distintive sound beyond the first letter. My first and middle names are alliterative and my son's first and last names are as well....
I prefer Sophie Quinn. I always thought Sophie was such a sweet name. You can't go wrong with it.
I am not a fan of Lennox. Not my cup of tea.
Definitely not my cup of tea. I would be disappointed if my parents had given me a name like that. Sorry. I really don't see anything appealing about it.
Adeline, Madeline and Emmeline
I also would have pronounced it wrong. That being said I do like Logan for a girl, and if you really love Loganne then that's what you like.
May 4th, 2015, 06:53 PM
Ditto! Depending on where you live Charlotte is most likely already very popular. It's a good name and I doubt people will assume you chose the name because the Royals chose it. If they chose...
I met a little girl named Echo. I like it.
April 25th, 2015, 10:21 AM
Maggie (although I do prefer it as a nn for something longer)
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