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October 25th, 2014, 12:17 PM
It's so funny you mentioned this--our next girl name is Beatrice Eulalie and my mother has decided, and will not be dissuaded, that her nickname will be Trixie Ukelele! Haha, I kind of just go with...
Celeste was the name of my ex's very severe and domineering mother, so I had to vote for Beatrice! Though they're both beautiful names, I have to agree that they bring to mind very different kinds of...
March 31st, 2014, 12:21 PM
Hate: Beau or Oakley
Love: Rex or Louie. Griffin's nice too, though I personally am a little bored with the name Finn--I know so many little Finns!
I agree with the suggestions of Clare/Clara, Sunniva, Marigold--but have you considered just Sunshine? I once knew a young woman named Sunshine and she was just lovely. Of course, she was blonde and...
Shae (g) or Shay (b) (is neither an option?)
I would pronounce it a-lee-AY-nor, but that's just my gut reaction, totally ignorant as to the correct way. :-)
March 21st, 2014, 10:57 PM
CRESS-ih-duh (emphasis on the first syllable)
I like both, but I feel Marigold is more wearable, maybe because of it's longer history of use? Winston Churchill had a daughter named Marigold, so I tend to associate the name with that era. And I...
They're both beautiful, but in combination with Patricia, Amelia's a little rhyme-y, no? And, Amelia's way too close to Olivia for my own comfort--so I vote for Josephine!
March 17th, 2014, 12:02 AM
Hazel, Ruby, Violet--obviously, I'm partial to Clementine, too! Hazel Adelaide, Ruby Adelaide, Violet Leona, Clementine Leona. Good luck and best wishes!
I think it's beautiful and, at least where I'm from, refreshingly unusual! I would love to meet a little girl named Gemma!
March 16th, 2014, 11:07 PM
As a full name, Gwyneth Eliza is probably better, but I just think Josie and Nora sound so sweet together--so I have to vote for Josephine Maia! Best wishes to you, and, really, both names are lovely...
March 16th, 2014, 11:01 PM
Beatrice--Dante's Purgatorio; Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
Elinor--Austen's Sense and Sensibility
Rosalind--Shakespeare's As You Like It
March 13th, 2014, 03:29 PM
Names I could use, either on my list or have been at some point: Helen, Margaret, Frances, Alice, Florence, Virginia, Eleanor, Beatrice, Marion (prefer Marian, though), Pearl, Vivian, Violet, Opal,...
March 11th, 2014, 10:27 AM
I have one child in heaven and two earthside--we're pretty open to however many we're blessed with, but we basically reevaluate after each new baby. Trying for another right now! And, I've heard that...
March 6th, 2014, 10:56 AM
Hmm, it might be bit theme-y...but I get more of a Victorian, Dickens-novel sort of feel from it, not so much a straight up garden theme. I think they're all, individually, beautiful names that flow...
January 30th, 2014, 02:55 PM
January 9th, 2014, 12:25 AM
I voted for Malcolm, Ronan, and Theodore, but now that I see that Ronan is your FIL, I think you should go with that one! What a great way to honor both grandfathers and have an awesome name at the...
January 9th, 2014, 12:07 AM
My name is Anna, pronounced AH-nuh (or AW-nuh, depending on your accent, I guess) and I love it. Yes, it's mispronounced A LOT, and it sometimes boggles my mind that I can introduce myself and five...
January 8th, 2014, 08:22 PM
If I was a boy, I would have been Eric. And my mom's "back-up" girls name was Greta, which I think is really pretty and have even thought about using myself.
Hmm, I'm really attracted to Llewellyn, but Lew/Lou really throws me, though Louie might work.
I love Adelaide, but Addy/Addie is just awful.
I've been toying with the idea of Bernadette lately,...
BBB: Leonard James, Reginald Peter, Thaddeus Eliot (Leo, Rex, Thad)
BBG: Leonard James, Reginald Peter, Beatrice Eulalie (Leo, Rex, Bee)
GGG: Marigold Ramona, Rosalind Frances, Winifred Esme...
December 24th, 2013, 11:34 AM
I also prefer the spelling Elinor! I'm not clear on the history of the name, but I feel like it's weird to say Eleanor is "traditional" when Jane Austen used the Elinor spelling in Sense and...
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