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October 6th, 2012, 07:08 PM
I love Violet and Helena with Audrey and Claire. My next 2 choices from the lists above are Julia and Louisa. My daughter's name is Audrey and Julia was one of the names on my list.
I thought of Meghan (Megan). Not sure why, maybe you remind me of someone I know. This name might be too common for you if you do not like being Emily. You look to young to be a Jennifer, Valerie...
I really like both names. I also like the nickname Evie and I believe either name could have this nn. I picked Genevieve.
January 27th, 2012, 09:45 PM
I think Maeve is well like but not used a lot. Sounds like a perfect choice. A name that is known as a name (as opposed to Nevaeh) yet not being used much.
There are plenty of names with bad associations. I happen to not love the name Dolores, yet it's still a solid name. It does sound like an old lady name which is very popular right now (emma,...
Katherine Piper: I think Piper is a with zest. You're right katherine is timeless with a lot of nn options.
I love the flow of Katherine Ivy.
September 30th, 2011, 04:17 PM
I'm confused. Do you have another child with the name Charlotte or do you plan to use it for your daughter's middle name with Scarlett? MIL named Charlotte...I don't see the connection. Maybe if...
September 30th, 2011, 12:23 PM
Here are a list of names that are German. Some seem main stream in USA, so I'm not sure if you want something a bit more unusual.
Charlotte nn Lottie
I really like your taste in names.
I was called Phoebe back in high school because of that character (some relatives were making fun of me) and even I like the name Phoebe. I have met a few little girls named Phoebe and have almost...
September 26th, 2011, 09:43 PM
Have you tried an ovulation kit? Some women were so surprised how different the conception window was from what they assumed it to be.
I think Seraphina is very pretty and girly. My name is Sarah and i find it a bit boring. I have always liked Sadie, but agree with another post that the connection to Seraphina is slight (but would...
I like alliterations too. i actually prefer it on a girl, but also like on a boy. What I have heard to avoid is the last letter of the first name and first letter of last name being the same.
September 15th, 2011, 05:46 PM
Here are my thoughts on the names:
Adelyn -like above name better
Alaina - nice
Alanna - i can see issues with spelling this
Anna (too popular?) - classic
Ashlyn -not feminine to...
September 15th, 2011, 05:37 PM
I doubt it will get popular in the USA in the near future. Toyota is such a huge company and their economy car during the 1980's to 90's was the Cressida. Maybe in 10 years when these older models...
September 13th, 2011, 01:45 AM
why not use Brooke instead of brooklyn? Brooklyn is formal like Katherine nn Kate or Alexander nn Alex.
sounds like you're not even a day late and you got a weak positive. Some people still get a negative on this day and end up actually being pregnant.
Here are some idea (some of the names I love and some names I recently heard in my son's preschool and they seem to go with your list).
Dashiell nn Dash
September 5th, 2011, 06:31 PM
I love this name. I have only meet beautiful and graceful girls/women with this name. It was on my list. I like it with Scandinavian last names. Someone else was right, the other posts either...
I agree with some of the other post about avoiding the "lee" sound at the end since one daughter already has it.
Here are some ideas (yet Elle might not be the best for all of them. I really like...
Elizabeth nn Liz
September 5th, 2011, 12:05 AM
I doubt it will become too popular. I just looked it up on SSA and it first appeared in 1964 and has seemed to be in the same range (no wild movement one way or the other in my opinion). Noelle was...
Christine was most popular between 1965 to 1979 and Kristen was most popular between 1973 to 1990. Currently (2010) Kristen is ranked 574 and Christine is 673. I think both names are beautiful and...
I understand your concern, but it is important to know the numbers. the odds of Downs is 1 in 733 or less than .2% at age 33 and .1% at age 20. It becomes 1% when a woman is 40 and 3% when she is...
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