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Susannah Margaret sounds the best from your options.
I am not a fan. It seems awkward. Use Martha, Marta (which I don't feel is hard at all to prn) or even Mattea if you like the -ea part of Marthea.
May 22nd, 2015, 04:23 PM
I think that Alice fits best with you classic fn sibset although all of your choices would be nice. I will make some suggestions for combos.
Penelope Layla, Oliver Rex &
1. Make four combos from the namebank:
Aggie, Frances, Frida, James, Joan, Jules, Leila, Marian, Mercy, Opal, Peggy, Petra, Ronnie, Rose, Rudy, Teddy, Zilla.
2. Each of these names is the start...
I like many of the middles but Audrey Primrose is the only one that flows well for me.
Haha. My thoughts exactly.
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I actually really like Keeva. It is prettier than Caoimhe in my opinion. It doesn't seem made up and it is obvious how to pronounce it.
Darla reminds of Nemo...
Heidi is cute though.
Thank you @davisellu I like:
I am going through a list revamp and I'm loving names like Julia. It is familiar but I don't know many Julias. I like her because she flows, is not too long or short, neither too dated or too modern...
I love Hattie Wren! Ada and Hazel have similar sounds so don't sound as good together.
I chose Leilani:
Maudie (1950) & Roscoe
I love Rowan Olivia. I like the contrast and the colours (for me) work really well together. It also flows well. Some of your other names such as Elizabeth and Alexandra are nice but seem very plain...
I chose Maggie.
Margarete (1920) & Tomas
I think that it is a very good plan. You are not a bad parent for wanting this - you are thinking practically and breaking stereotypes.
I wish for an app because my phone crashes every time I try to access the forums. Even the mobile version is too complicated for my phone to deal with. Or just a mobile site that is so simple so my...
Beautiful. Tess, Hattie and Mae are just beautiful together!
May 14th, 2015, 02:52 PM
I prefer the uncomplicated feel of Juliet.
Sennen reminds me of Sennen Cove (in Cornwall) so that is very positive for me. I think I would prefer it as a middle name though but that is just personal taste.
1. Choose the name you prefer from the previous poster's post.
2. Put that name, its gender and the year number next to it into here http://time.com/3856405/baby-name-popularity/#
3. Choose the...
I actually like Keiko. I do think that Keiko fits better in style with Kylie than Kate even though they are all really far away in style.
I dislike the Harriett spelling. I prefer Harriet but it fits very nicely with George. Harriet Louisa is stunning! I don't see Harriet as clunky at all but that is maybe because I am in the UK where...
Naomi feels like it fits your criteria. I disagree with @boyandgirl. I feel like Naomi is strong but not harsh. She feels soft ans strong at the same time.
May 12th, 2015, 03:19 PM
Yes. Sylvie works very well and is very lovely. Arlo and Matilda are names that can fit into lots of different styles.
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