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I personally prefer Evangeline. That way, she has a longer name if she wants to fall back on and she can still reap the benefits of cuuute nn Eva :).
I was a little afraid of putting these on the table at first, but here they are, a couple of my longtime favorites. I have an annoying tendency to love long and frilly girl names and Arabella fits...
January 19th, 2013, 09:08 PM
My wife casually mentioned in passing the name October if our baby turns out to be a girl-this is sort of a jump for Kristen as she normally doesn't like word names. But this one jumped out at her....
I chose Seth-classic, strong, handsome, underused, and I think it'll blend in with your other children's names. :D
I'm honestly not a fan of Dandelion, but I adore Harlow Britton. I think that as a second mn it'll be just fine though.
Congratulations! A lovely name for a stunning girl. :)
We all know those names that used to belong to the male persuasion, names that have masculine meanings and biblical roots. Ashley, Alexis, Aubrey, Auden, Addison, Evelyn, Ruby, and Mackenzie all come...
January 19th, 2013, 08:48 PM
Those are some of my favorites, too:). I like some of the alternative spellings, I'll take them into consideration.
January 19th, 2013, 06:39 PM
Unfortunately, my wife and I have entirely different naming styles-you saw her picks last night. We mostly dislike each other's suggestions. However, here are a few I adore I'm going to try to sell...
It's pretty darn brief, but here it is-my wife's suggestions for a child's name. Not necessarily choices I vibe with, but thought I'd post the list regardless.
My wife and I really want to use a family name for a mn if our baby is a girl. Which is the best choice (we don't have a fn yet).
Yet another one of our musings as potential names for a boy. It means "warhorse". What do you think?
We've been TTC for an appreciatedly short time, but during that period we'd contemplated the name Noir for a baby girl.
What do you think? Too out-there or stripper-esque?
Holden, my middle name, is after my grandfather. He was a great man and I'm pretty honored to have his name.
That's really how my parents picked all my siblings' names, too-choose a family name...
January 18th, 2013, 03:20 PM
I love, love, love Snow, Indigo, and Sahara. Any one of those would be a great choice :)
I'm Ever Holden, which I have had a love/hate relationship with since I was a little kid. On one hand I loathed it because absolutely no one had the name, so I was the odd man out. And growing up in...
January 18th, 2013, 03:08 PM
Honestly, it sounds very nickname-y to me, and it might be a little hard for a boy to live with a name so commonly associated with the female persuasion. However, the meaning is quite nice.
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