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    Welcome Marguerite Adair!

    Hi all! Our second child Marguerite Adair "Draper" was born earlier this month. Thank you to those who helped us with feedback on middle names. Ultimately we chose the two names we loved best and put...
  2. Poll: I love all the great nickname options too! ...

    I love all the great nickname options too!

    Thanks for all the input!
  3. Poll: Good point! It bugs me a little but my hubby has...

    Good point! It bugs me a little but my hubby has no prob with it.
  4. Poll: I love Margo Adair too, but I'm worried about MAD...

    I love Margo Adair too, but I'm worried about MAD as her initials. Is that a concern?
  5. Poll: Thanks so much for the input! @pacifica,...

    Thanks so much for the input!

    @pacifica, joel613, danielleskye, apollonia--I agree about Marguerite! It's my favorite, especially with Conrad, and I love Margo(t). The only problem is my husband...
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    Bernadette is a total guilty pleasure name for...

    Bernadette is a total guilty pleasure name for me! I love, love, love it! I would use Birdie as a nickname.
  7. Could you split Amerika up between first and...

    Could you split Amerika up between first and middle? Take any first name that starts with Am- and use Erika as the middle name? Amory Erika, Amelie Erika, something like that?
  8. Poll: Amelia, Caroline or Marguerite (with middles)

    Hi there! I'm due in 3 weeks and realized that I have not thought about first/middle combos! This is our second child, big brother is named Conrad. Surname sounds like Draper.

    Our finalists...
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    I have a cousin named Celia and it's a beautiful...

    I have a cousin named Celia and it's a beautiful name that wears well on a little girl and an adult. Love it!
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    Thank you so much for the responses and...

    Thank you so much for the responses and suggestions! Helen(a), Audrey and Agnes are on my longer list, and Anneliese, Magdalena, Saskia, Elena and Ursula are just the kind of names that would pair...
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    Sister names for Conrad

    Hi all,
    I'm looking for suggestions for a sister to Conrad.

    My favorites right now are Louisa ("Lola" or "Lula") and Marguerite ("Margo" or "Maggie"), and my husband's favorites are Ella and...
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    Thank you!
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    Poll: Maple Violet has that whimsical feel to me. It's...

    Maple Violet has that whimsical feel to me. It's not my personal fave based on balance (two word names is usually a no-go for me), but it's the combo I like saying the best.
  14. I think a feminine nickname like Callie helps...

    I think a feminine nickname like Callie helps make her name a little less unisex (I know Carrie is usually a girls' name but Cary/Carey seem unisex to masculine to me). Explaining that her given...
  15. How about Nell, Jane, Ruth, Tess, Joy (too...

    How about Nell, Jane, Ruth, Tess, Joy (too short?), Grace (too long?), Maud, June, Jean, Joan, Pearl (too long?). I really like Nell with May and Ann.
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    I prefer Vivian.

    I prefer Vivian.
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    I like Juliet (or Julia), Josephine ("Josie"),...

    I like Juliet (or Julia), Josephine ("Josie"), Juno, Juniper ("Junie"), Joy (or Joyce), Johanna ("Josie" or "Jody"), and Jolie (pronounced "JO-lee" or "zho-LEE" depending on your style). Lots of...
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    I love them both and pronounce them both the same...

    I love them both and pronounce them both the same with emphasis on first syllable. I think it comes down to which looks best with the middle and surname. A short surname might be better balanced...
  19. Two syllable name with emphasis on second syllable

    Hi all,
    Trying to help a friend with middle name ideas. The baby's first name will have 3 syllables and their surname has one syllable, so a 2-syllable middle with the emphasis on the second...
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    Let's just say for argument's sake that the ln is...

    Let's just say for argument's sake that the ln is Margin. Marin Margin is too close. If I was reading that off a class list I would think it was a typo. Have you considered Maren (which I prn the...
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    How would you pronounce Arete?

    Is it Ah-reh-ta? Ah-ree-tee? Something else entirely? I knew an Arete growing up and she pronounced it closer to Ah-reh-ta. I think it's lovely pronounced that way but am unsure if that's the...
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    I love Chiara and prefer the kee-ah-ra prn. It's...

    I love Chiara and prefer the kee-ah-ra prn. It's a beautiful name! Pronunciation could be a pain though.
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    What's your style like? Can you give examples of...

    What's your style like? Can you give examples of names that you like but are aren't quite what you're looking for, and the reasons why?
  24. Thread: Lola or LuLu?

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    I love Lola!

    I love Lola!
  25. Poll: Amara is my favorite, I love the sound and the...

    Amara is my favorite, I love the sound and the meaning. I voted before reading the siblings' names though, and I see how Amara and Alaina might get confused. My vote really should go to Marella...
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