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May 2nd, 2014, 10:48 AM
I love Harvey on your list!! Very nice old spunk and surprisingly fresh.I think it goes well with your existing names.
I'd also add:
Chipmunks 100% from this end. Sorry, can't help it!
I thought I remembered reading somewhere that it was March or April, and honestly, I'm so excited I can't wait any longer!
When will we see it? :)
Cambria is also the name of a small town in our area here on the central coast of California (San Luis Obispo area). We all pronounce it Cam-bree-uh (like the "cam" in Camille). It's a beautiful...
Lux, Wren, Jade
Mack, Art, Poe, Sage, Klee
Yup, Malina is raspberry in Polish, too. I knew a few girls with that name growing up and never got the "mal" associations. I do think that there might be some spelling confusion with Malina vs....
October 20th, 2013, 09:28 PM
I think it's adorable on a girl! You could even add an "e" on the end to make it more feminine:Eliotte
Also, nickname Lottie! How cute is that.
I personally love the set. Never heard someone named Fallon. I think it's great.
I also am not seeing the rhyming. Just because the names end in the same letter don't make them rhyme. Go for it!
July 19th, 2013, 04:52 PM
Sebastian-- 5 love this one. works well in a lot of cultures, too.
Edward-- 4, could be so cute on a little boy.
Christian--1, kind of bored here
Alistair-- 1, I don't think I "get" this...
July 19th, 2013, 04:42 PM
If you love Jarvis, perhaps try convincing the other half that Hudson provides a nice, handsome touch to the name. Jarvis isn't quite my style, but I think it does flow together well.
June 28th, 2013, 04:54 PM
I have to agree with the other posters. While I initially like the sound of "Myrtle", I start to get associations of Harry Potter and old women. It'll get there, but the world just doesn't seem ready...
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