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First off, let me say I adore Susannah! My favorite out of your names is Hudson James or Lachlan James. What about Declan, Tobias, or Finley?
I'd prefer Evangeline Gloria!
1) I don't like either, if Delphine Britton Blue was an option, it'd get my vote.
2) No, I think Delphina sounds somewhat made up and I much prefer Delphine. Delfina will probably always get...
I much prefer Harriet nn Hattie. It gives Hattie something more serious and professional to fall back on. Harriet Eleanor or Harriet Jane are my ideal combos.
I love Sloane! I think it sounds very sleek and it just rolls off your tongue. I don't really like Sloane Cecilia... I'd rather see Sloane Roisin, Sloane Deirdre, or Sloane Caoimhe
February 27th, 2013, 02:27 PM
I am really loving Hazel. I would love to see it in the first name spot. Maude is another great one.
Thank you, Katie! :-)
Hi berries, which do you prefer? I've always loved Alice, but we are naming our daughter Iris. I don't think Alice and Iris sound too well together, but maybe Alice could be a middle name for a...
Cool and unexpected to me!
I'm in eastern United States, and basing it off of how many girls I've heard with the name, I'd say Eliza, Caroline, and Darcy are the most popular.
February 26th, 2013, 01:02 PM
I much prefer Sebastian. Theodore is getting tired on this site. I love Bas, Ian, Seb, Bastian, and just Sebastian on its own. I agree with the other posters, what's your last name like? Middle name?
February 26th, 2013, 12:54 PM
Some names I see as straightforward and "aggressive"
I actually think of Ezra as soft and a little spunky. I think Jonah, Elias, Felix, Dashiell, Oscar, and Gideon all fall in that category.
I much prefer Caroline. It's strong yet gentle, classic but not boring, and feminine but not frilly. Caroline Elizabeth is so timeless, classy, and graceful. Arabella seems trendy, a passing fad, and...
So I was talking to my husband about brainstorming name ideas if we were to have a third (2nd is due in March, I just can't help but plan) and we came up with choosing a name to honor Washington D.C....
Lydia- Sounds so beautiful and worldly. I think of an exotic girl.
Jordan- I am a huge fan of The Great Gatsby, but I would rather see Daisy. Jordan is too dated/overused.
Phoebe- It's starting...
February 25th, 2013, 08:08 PM
I love the suggestion of Audrey Claire!
Of your list I love Isla.
Oh, Marlyn, what a joy! I'm sure your guardian angels are smiling down at you and your expanding family. Congratulations on the safe arrival of Thea. Cherish her and enjoy her while she's young! ;-)...
Macy's has really marked down coats around this time! Same with JCPenny's and all those big department stores.
I love these suggestions. How about Magdalena Blythe?
Oh, I was so excited for Felix and Opal! But, still, boys are the best! So, out of your names, my favorites are Asher, Desmond, and Jonah. What about Abram, Dashiell, or Cassius?
Best of luck to...
February 25th, 2013, 07:11 PM
There are so many old-fashioned names coming back (Frederick, Arthur, Henry) I don't see why Alfred can't be! I adore Alfie and I think it will catch on soon in North America.
I like Desmond, Sebastian, William, and Oscar. My favorite with Josephine would be Desmond with the nickname Des. It's so handsome and classy. Great choice! I'd love to see it used!
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