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Joseph is one of my favorite all-time names. Classic without trying too hard.
I agree. Violet and Fiona sound best together.
At this moment, I'm loving Peter. Classic without being pretentious and familiar without being overused. And I love that it has one of the great all-boy nicknames.
Joseph has been my favorite...
April 24th, 2014, 03:15 PM
(Edited thread to add poll)
Just found out this week that I'm pregnant! I posted a few names we're thinking about for boys in the boys forum, but wanted to get some feedback on the name we're pretty sure we'll use for a girl....
April 24th, 2014, 08:29 AM
Thanks so much for all the feedback. Great imagery here! At the moment, based on these comments I'm loving Peter I think, with Ned a close second. As for nicknames, in general we like them. When...
I like both names, but Thomas Patrick is, by far, my favorite of the 2. Thomas has longer history as an independent given name and it isn't used as often. And Tom is every bit as strong as Jack. Good...
And I forgot Mary
Love your taste in names!
Some names that have not been mentioned that might work:
April 23rd, 2014, 01:19 PM
Just found out yesterday that I'm expecting(!) with a December 29 due date. My husband and I have an 18 month old daughter, Margaret, and we want a similarly underused strong classic for the...
November 19th, 2013, 11:25 AM
Which do you prefer?
How do you picture each of them?
I like Augustus of the 3. Frederick is also a really nice name.
I voted for Eliza, but it was a close vote. I actually like Hazel and I don't think it sounds the least bit fusty. I would be a little concerned that while Hazel doesn't quite meet the definition...
My husband and I are thinking ahead to names for a 2nd child (I'm not pregnant yet). Our daughter, Margaret (Maggie, usually) was almost Anne or Annie and that is still a name we would love to use...
June 11th, 2013, 09:07 AM
My husband and I are working on a second pregnancy (our daughter, Margaret Ruth, was born last year) and we're starting to zero in on a very short names list. We've been pretty settled on a girls'...
Margaret Ruth (Mamie) was born this morning. Today also happens to be my birthday, so I guess I'm sharing it now. Thanks for all the feedback throughout the pregnancy. Mamie is 4lbs, 2 oz and - even...
Yup. Like Amy with an "m"
WDYT? It would be as a nn for Margaret. What do you picture with the name Mamie?
Another vote for Lilou Gabrielle.
First of all, I LOVE Annie. One of my all-time favorites and it ages so well! I think I prefer Annie Amelia to Annie Maria, but it isn't a strong preference. I also really like Mary and Eleanor...
July 11th, 2012, 11:22 PM
I really like the suggestion of Elizabeth June!
And congrats, btw. Elizabeth is a beautiful name.
Thanks everyone. I'm a bit enchanted with Mae right now, but Maggie comes out more naturally if that makes sense. I'm not much of a Maisie fan; seems newer, and a bit trendy, at least to my...
Just found out last week, and I couldn't be more excited!
Now for the fun part...
We're about 75% set on using Margaret as a first name (Anne, nn Annie is not completely out of the running...
I love simple names! Have to agree with everyone who has suggested Anne. Not so much Anna... just Anne, maybe with the nn Annie.
Ha - I live just a few blocks north of Aliceanna in Baltimore. I've actually heard it pronounced 2 ways: Alice-Anna (this is how I pronounce it) And a-LIS-ee-ah-na. My neighbor mentioned a long...
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