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July 23rd, 2015, 06:59 PM
Marlow Piper & Eli Thatcher :)
Daphne Larkspur & Quentin Miles :) -- swooning over Larkspur here!
Blithe Eloise & River James :)
Genevieve Sarah & Milo Hudson :)
April 18th, 2015, 10:31 AM
Definitely Truett/True. I've yet to meet another fan.
Hector Amadeus & Jocelyn Doe - your combos are awe-inspiring! :)
Eulalia Marigold & Peregrine Balthasar
Wilhelmina Charlotte and Arthur Edmund :)
Kit & Ronan - what lovely choices!
Eitel, Genaro, Herbert, Ieuan, Yannis
#1 B/G Twins
April 25th, 2013, 02:52 AM
Raphaella or Eponine?
Aoi: No way.
April 24th, 2013, 12:59 PM
Lark or Artemis?
Caleb: Totally :)
Truett (boys and girls :O)
Say: Nice to meet you both! Gorgeous names for gorgeous girls, no doubt.
Think: I love those middles for sisters! I've never personally loved Zelda, but I can see it working on the right person...
April 24th, 2013, 02:32 AM
B: Niles Wright
G: Truett Sarah (really crushing on this one lately...)
Thank you so much for the input, berries! I am absolutely fascinated by the chart! :)
Flick: I didn't mean to offend with my phrasing. I'm looking for names that began being given exclusively for one gender, and now are either evenly distributed between genders or are primarily given...
Say: Hello girls! What regal names!
Think: Nenna and Nina are a bit close, and I'm not sure I'm saying Nenna correctly. Lucretia & Octavia are great middles for twins.
Meet my daughter, Helen True
I am working on a project, and I'm looking for examples of boys names that have gone "girl" either entirely or partially in America. If you can think of any examples of girl names...
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