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June 8th, 2016, 06:13 PM
So I mentioned my cousin Alexandra, there is also another Alexandra on that same side of the family, who was born a couple years before her. Like you said, my aunt knew they wouldn't be seeing that...
June 8th, 2016, 06:04 PM
Some thoughts for Jasper, Shepard and...
Jean (if June doesn't grow on you, a similar name)
June 8th, 2016, 05:49 PM
There are some G names that seem to fit into your taste: Guinevere, Genevieve, Gwenyth (if you don't mind sharing with Ms. Paltrow)
Some other thoughts (I realize a bunch of these end with "e"...
June 8th, 2016, 05:41 PM
Okay I thought I had posted but it seems the internet gobbled up my post so here goes again!
Last name thoughts:
Frances Elin is lovely! I can get being hesitant about the intitials FEW though. I think Amelia Elin has a nice flow also (and AEW is no problem). Some other thoughts:
Opal Elin W__
Shiloh and Astrid are both very nice. Some other thoughts for the tomboyish vein:
Thea (on its own or a nickname for Theadora)
If I saw Silvia written down I wouldn't think it was a mistake, but if I heard it I would think it was spelled Sylvia just because that is the spelling I'm more familiar with.
I lean towards Cassiana Charlotte. I like that alliteration..and I admittedly would not know how to pronounce "Roisin."
June 1st, 2016, 02:44 AM
Maybe Aubry/Aubrey instead of Audrey? Or still too close? Possibly also Aurora, in that Au- name category.
And maybe Marina as another M name. Helena seems like it could be within your tastes,...
June 1st, 2016, 02:33 AM
Remy and Phoebe are both great names!
Margaret, if you don't mind two M's I think would sound really nice with Marlowe
Some thoughts (and trying to match to Brynn and Levi as well):
Romeo, Primrose, Corrine
Romeo, Primrose, Ada
Romeo, Primrose, Beatrix/Beatrice
Romeo, Primrose, Elizabeth
Romeo, Primrose, Celeste
Romeo, Primrose, Grace
Romeo, Primrose, Sybill
June 1st, 2016, 02:13 AM
Beth (considering Elisabeth or Elisabet as a longer name, but this is our #1)
I love Beth, beautiful name imo.
Jessica (Jess for short)
Also a lovely name, but I guess I just knew too...
I automatically thought of GOT. If someone weren't a fan, they may not jump to that, especially if it's a last name and not a first name. And while it's tied to Game of Thrones now the show/books...
Some repeats here but:
Phyllis (I know seems older but I have two friends in their twenties with this as first or middle name and it wears well)
I had never heard of the name Ottoline, it's very pretty! It doesn't strike me as stuffy, but I guess maybe a little old fashioned? which can sometimes seem stuffy to people. Ottoline Maple does roll...
March 14th, 2016, 07:51 PM
Nicholas - Depending on your last name I don't think the s at the end would be a problem. Nicholas Smith, Nicholas Sanders, Nicholas Stone, all sound fine to me. If you last name starts with an "Sh"...
How about Cy?
Raymond (nn Ray: Kate, Charlie and Ray is nice)
Lucas (might be too common, but thought it sounded similar to a lot on your list)
First of all, love the choice of Elijah. I don't know well what is and isn't popular in Australia so I'll just throw out some ideas:
A lot of great names here! I think my favorites from your lists are
Wyatt and Charlie
Wyatt and Julian
Wyatt and Cassius (Cash)
Wyatt and Jacob
Within the list I think there are a lot of...
Agreed with @emsky that Maddox King-Shepherd is a great name! And Maddox Jonah was the first thing that popped into my head as a similar to Jonathan name. And while Maddox Jonathan and then the...
Okay going off similar style to Oliver:
Ansel Allen (if you're okay with the double As, I think they look nice personally, the other possible drawback to this name is it is a bit similar to...
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