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Cressida and Fleur, how lovely! Congratulations. :)
Congratulations! Evelyn Piper is very lovely. :)
I adore Fleur (from the first time I read it in HP series). I say go for it. :)
Another vote for Lacey (I only like this spelling).
My first thought was Audrey. Sweet, simple, and strong.
So many awesome names! I like:
Corisande Eleanor Gertrude
Francine Eulalie Catherine
Frederica Violetta Frances Sophia
Yesterday, 09:05 AM
Uh.. Dea (or Déa). Daya looks weird to me (sorry!), but also please noted that I'm not a native English speaker. I pronounce Daya with Die-.
I adore Lilith. As long as you don't mind the first wife association and the fact that you favourite name means Lily, I say go for it! :)
Angelina, Annabelle, Alexander.
April 16th, 2014, 04:57 PM
Cruz (KROOS) - LOVE it! Remind me to Penelope Cruz and Cruz Beckham, not that it's a problem.
Giacinto (jah-CHEEN-to) - I prefer Giacinta for girls.
Giles (JIE-ahlz) - Remind me to either Miles or...
Another vote for Norah Autumn.
I voted Amorette because the meaning is absolutely lovely. I adore this name since the first time I heard about it (I have Belphoebe on my short list, so I'm not sure I can use Amoret(te) myself, at...
Yes.... it bothers me too. ._.
My ex-roommate is a Nadya. She made me like this name and now I'm not sure which spelling I prefer. From your list, my favourite is Eva Nadia. :)
Nadia Clémence - I second this.
My first thought was Thalia too. :)
I voted Maeve Marybeth. It has a lovely sound (I like the alliteration here) and special meaning for you.
Sophia - pretty name, but it's too common.
Angelina - er.. unless you want an angelic theme, I prefer to remove this one.
Camilla - same ending.
Alexandria for me. Because it's kinda unusual and sounds awesome. :p
April 15th, 2014, 04:38 AM
I'm thinking about using both name. Piper Evelyn Adelaide? But of course you'll need to choose a new middle for twin B.
Love both, prefer Mila.
Dirty blonde straight/slightly wavy hair.
April 13th, 2014, 06:13 AM
My first thought was Lilian. Would be extra nice, imo, since your daughter will be born next month and Lily is the birth flower of May.
April 13th, 2014, 06:06 AM
- Laudine Ferelith - never heard about Laudine before. It sounds lovely. :)
- Winter Hazel - I prefer this spelling.
- Juniper Tearose - not sure I like Tearose, but it sounds awesome...
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