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March 30th, 2015, 08:05 AM
Margot Margot Margot!
March 30th, 2015, 07:59 AM
I do agree with this, and I give a lot of stuff away, I am the opposite of a hoarder, but I figure that if it is a patchwork quilt it gets a new lease of life and I get to indulge a little bit of...
March 29th, 2015, 03:40 PM
Why don't you find someone local who can take about 50 peices and make a memory blanket and stuffed toy out of the clothing :) I plan to do that once I've sorted out what will get re-used. It's not...
How wonderful to have two new little ones in the family, have lots of fun with them, I'm sure you will :)
There will probably be some repeats here sorry. It sounds as if you need something modern but not uber-trendy. I don't think a total classic or new-old-fashioned name would fit here.
I agree with OliviaSarah - it's a stretch but doable - I don't like nn's that are really forced or a huge stretch, nicknames should be at least a little organic. I prefer the Mathilda spelling. Is...
March 28th, 2015, 02:52 PM
I share your love of Wolfgang. Wolfgang Viktor in your signature is AMAZING.
March 28th, 2015, 02:45 PM
Both Abner and Heloise are divine. I am always confused though as to whether Heloise's H is silent? If not, I love it, if so, I just like it.
March 28th, 2015, 02:43 PM
Swoon! I keep forgetting about Ishmael, it is heavenly.
March 28th, 2015, 11:43 AM
March 28th, 2015, 07:46 AM
Oh lovely Barbara! Where seemingly everyone else thinks "outdated clunk", I picture Barbara Goode, sixties hair and a wholesome understated beauty.
I also love Golda (after Fiddler on...
March 28th, 2015, 03:37 AM
If I were the original Willa and Frank I would be enormously flattered that you liked our names so much. But if I were you I would hate the idea of it getting back to them and them potentially...
These all feel "aristocratic" to me, though not all feel "sophisticated". Keep in mind I 'm in the UK. It would be interesting to know which ones have a starkly different feel in the US.
March 27th, 2015, 04:56 PM
@suzywoo - With his LN, Roman B____ sounds like a phrase, but I do like Ronan. I love your kiddos' names btw! Silas is very handsome. I know a former classmate (with the same FN as me) named her...
March 27th, 2015, 06:48 AM
The only one I like is Amaryllis. The others are too much or me. I find Begonia an ugly sound and Larkspur - well I just wouldn't fancy introducing myself as Larkspur and I suppose that's the line...
I really love Rufus. All the better if he is a rumpled red head (but of course still fabulous if not).
I like Jago, someone I know used it recently. Something of a hidden gem. The other three I...
Congratulations! Lilith is a lovely name. X
March 26th, 2015, 06:17 PM
I love pp's suggestion of Emile. Stunning. I couldn't get my husband on board with it.
If you both like Rowan might you consider Roman/Ronan?
If you like the unisex names how about Drew,...
aha! Frenchie! Excellent nn for Frances :)
March 26th, 2015, 11:43 AM
Hi there and congrats! Kaiya has a modern and slightly exotic (to me) feel so I will presume you want something with a similar vibe. How about......
March 26th, 2015, 04:44 AM
Hi Danielle, how about a one syllable name if you are loking for short sweet and feminine. I think that would sound good. Mia, Emmy and;
I love this. Well said. I don't find NB too harsh, sometimes a touch of snobbery? Yes. But I am guilty of those thoughts too. Ultimately I dont give a shnit if someone doesn''t like my name choices....
I love Sunny too;
I agree with Sunniva, Susannah/Susan et al, Sunday. Also; Suanne/Suanna, Sunilla, Sunitha, Suzanka.
I like Enid with;
(Not sure why I'm feeling rhe month of the year vibe with this one)
Sorry I mean "Frances" not "Francis". My excuse being that I am awake at 4 AM with a newborn :)
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