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July 1st, 2015, 04:21 PM
DH: Calvin Reese "Cal"
DW: Jessamine Diana "Mina"
DD1: Clementine Opal "Cleo"
DS1: Arthur George "Artie"
DD2: Virginia Poet "Ginny"
DD3: Aubrielle Simone "Elle"
DS2: Sebastian Hawthorne "Seb"...
I also find girls names harder; my boys names have been pretty set for a while, (though the order often changes) but I'm so indecisive about my girls names! I'm quite picky about my names "going...
June 24th, 2015, 03:03 PM
I love both names, but I feel like Lydia goes better with Violet and it is less popular, so I would go with Lydia! Congrats on your little girl! x
June 22nd, 2015, 01:53 AM
Margot Johanne is perfection! Also love Miriam, Sylvie and Elsa from your list; all of which would go well with Johanne. I don't like Grace in the middle, too filler (unless it's a family name?) x
Owen - nice, but plain and popular
Abel - a bit too biblical for me; I prefer Abram
Everett - love, especially with nn Rhett
Augustus - makes me think of the kid in Charlie and the Chocolate...
My favourite unusual biblical name is JETHRO. I think it is perfect - gentle, and peaceful, yet strong. I have really strong imagery with this name about peace, nature and creativity... anyway, i...
It is very easily handled these days, but it hasn't always been. But my Mum was a 2nd baby born in 1961 to a RH- mother with a RH+ father, and she nearly died - the midwife said it was the worst case...
Definitely Imogen! Imogene looks misspelt and the pronunciation is not as nice. I love the nn options of Immie and Ginny with Imogen too!
1. When you're 16 you meet your soulmate. What are your names? Fiona Caitlin James & Cole Nathaniel Hunt
2. Two years later you fall pregnant unexpectedly. You and your boyfriend decide to have a...
Adeline - Lena - Selena
I have a bad personal association with Philippa and the nn Phil, but thankfully not with Pippa, which I think is really cute. I wouldn't use it, but if I did, I would use it on its own - it works...
I like the Lily spelling because of the flower, but our beloved cat who passed away last Christmas was Lilly, so I have a soft spot for that spelling too! I find other spellings too cutesy (example -...
May 31st, 2015, 10:58 AM
DD1: Ruby Eliza
DS1: Alec William
DS2: Beckett Lane
DD2: Grace Annabel
Grady is a full name in it's own right; there are no obvious long-forms for it - in fact I cannot think of any, not even at a stretch, sorry!
DW: Nancy Genevieve
DH: Arthur Phineas
DD: Rose Gabriella
DD: Daisy Florence
DD: Helen Carolina "Nell"
DD: Beatrice Dorothy "Bea"
DS: Charles Everett "Charlie"
DS: William Gregory "Liam"...
DH: Rupert John Fitzgerald
DW: Helena Margot [White] Fitzgerald "Nell"
DS : Darcy Atticus
DD : Scarlett Esme "Lettie"
DS : Jasper Valentine
DD : Hermione Lux "Minnie"
DD1: Genevieve Zoey "Ginny" 
DD2: Helena Quinn "Nell" 
DD3: Phoebe Victoria 
DS1: Roman Darcy 
DS2: Albert Orion "Bertie" 
DS3: Auguste Mars "Gus" 
I think they all work very well with Jameson, you really can't go wrong!
Personally I prefer Flynn and Cora because of that "western feel" (although I feel like Jem and Ollie is so adorable it's...
I voted for Everhart - handsome, distinguished and goes so well with Flannery. Love the nn Hart too!
Booker - rhymes with bad words and sounds too surnamey
Pryor - too wordy
Banyan - not a fan,...
It's on my "like the sound, but would not use" list :( I love the way it sounds, its familiar yet uncommon, and I really like the chess connection.
However, I would not want to offend anyone or...
DS1: August Grey "Gus"
DD1/DD2: Beatrice June "Bea"/Eleanor Jane "Nell"
DD3: Dorothea Pearl "Dollie"
DS2/DS3/DS4: Theodore James "Teddy"/Leopold Oscar "Leo"/Henry Oliver "Hank"...
Jethro - love, love, love this name and no matter how hard I try, I can't stop loving it! I've even had dreams about it! But, I don't think I'd actually use it because it sticks out like a sore thumb...
May 25th, 2015, 10:06 AM
Even though I've now accepted my name as mine and I like it, I did go through a phase of really disliking it (well not the name itself, but it's popularity!).
When I wanted to change my name, I...
May 24th, 2015, 02:26 PM
In age order:
Sophie Gr@ce M@rg@ret - me
Becca and James are my half-siblings and they were adopted as babies; their middle names are their original birth names.
I like it. Elias has always struck me as a very handsome, sophisticated name. I personally think it flows slightly better as William Elias (I've always found Elias to be hard to pair up, it always...
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