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I just went through my iTunes to see what songs I actually had with names in the title:
Juliet- Juliet by Lawson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V18P7JkAuA and Check yes Juliet by We the Kings...
Is Gladys too dated?
@adelina good luck getting into a grammar school. I'm at a private catholic school currently but I went to a public primary school (not that I had a choice) but my school is one of the best in WA...
I love your name style it doesn't really fall into a group but I like all of them. They are definitely fit the description you said except maybe Darcy which skews masculine to me. I don't think any...
@eryn sorry you're going through all that. You might need to try a new doctor or visit a specialist. Good luck
Hel-en-ah is my go to pronunciation but Hel-ay-nah is my next choice. I wouldn't automatically say hel-ee-nah sorry and it's my least favourite pronunciation
Princeton would make a perfect sibling name :)
August 31st, 2015, 09:15 AM
I know a two year old Brandon who has a baby brother named Matthew
My cousins daughter is named Holly she's two
A two year old Maddison (which I think of a nineties name)
A five year old Ashleigh...
August 31st, 2015, 09:05 AM
Congratulations her namer is stunning and goes so well with Bugsy and Jem
@haley every time I mention liking Alfie I get the same response in America it's not ok but maybe in England. Is it that hard to read my location?
HEy GUYZZZ IZ THE NAME GEORGE JAYMI TOO COMMON...
Hi berries I really like the name Millie but none of the long forms does Millie work as a first name? I live in Australia if it makes a difference.
All the comments on how in America it wouldn't...
August 30th, 2015, 08:03 AM
In your other thread you said you have a son named Harry James with no mention of Emily, Olivia and Ava?
I like the idea of Noah and Jacob. My brothers name is Isaac James so I like that idea as...
What do you think of Alfie as a full name I really don't like Alfred so thats not an option.
Berry community: YOUR KID WILL HATE YOU IF YOU DON'T GIVE HIM A FULL NAME AND NO ONE WILL EMPLOY HIM...
Joanna or Joanne
Or Josie hyphenated with something like Josie-May, Josie-Grace, Josie-Anne or Josie-Belle?
- Eamon and Tiago (bb)
- Cooper and Jack (bb)
- Isobel and Eloise "Lula" (gg)
- Matilda "Tildy" and Alice (gg)
- Flynn and Archer (bb)
- Amelia "Millie" and Felicity (gg)
- Phoebe and Eilidh...
@ash I couldn't use Ebba I like the idea of it but my names Ebony.
Thanks all I don't think it will be added to my top names but it's definitely in my top 30. I'm not planning on having kids for another 10 years at least will it be way too dated by then?
I'm in Australia but thank you it's always good to get the perspective of someone from another country
Thank you. The only Rebekah I know is from Switzerland so I also like that about the name that it works in other languages as well I suppose.
Thanks Bellerose. That's what I'm worried about. Most Rebecca's in Australia get called Bec which I don't mind but sounds like the name of someone in their twenties. My mums cousin has a baby Rebecca...
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Over the past few days I've really started to like the name Rebecca. I mainly worry that it would seem dated as it peaked in the 1980's while I wasn't born until 1999. It doesn't seem dated to me I...
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