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Eloise. Sometimes less is more.
August, Darcy, and
The first thing that came to mind was Blake Amelia. I think a more feminine name works the best with Blake.
I'm assuming you would like to keep it to word names:
Clarity, Story, Ivy, Willow, Calla, Harmony:
I've been toying around with the first name Marie. However, I can't seem to find a middle name that pairs well with it. Any suggestions?
Samson is a great name! I think it works with a wide variety of sibling names. It's handsome, heard of, but not over-used, and has a great nick name. It hits that sweet-spot that a lot of parents...
Oliver is such a solid, handsome name!
December 13th, 2013, 08:43 AM
I use their full names (first, middle, last) when I mean business. The tone I use has a lot to do with it, too.
Ruby is such a sweet, yet fiesty name.
I like Celia! I wouldn't try to "match" with your other children's names too much. Every child is different and deserves to have a name their parents love, regardless of whether or not it fits a...
For boys, I would say you like "old world" classics. For girls, you seem to prefer ancient Greek and Roman names.
December 8th, 2013, 05:35 PM
I would suggest something decidedly boy, perhaps classic and perennial:
I am loving Vivian with your children's names!
Madeline, Holden, and...
Personally, I prefer the simple Violet. I think because it's also a common word, it's best to keep the same spelling.
I've only ever heard of apostrophes (O'Brien) and hyphens (Mary-Jane) in names. Other punctuation seems interesting, if a bit over-the-top.
Okay. This is my new favorite boy name. Too bad DH doesn't like Sebastian...
It's his middle name, so not very many people will even know it. That being said, I would certainly make the connection. However, My Fair Lady is my favorite musical (and I'm a HUGE musical fan), so...
My name is Leah Kaye. I always wished that my middle name were more substantial because Leah is such a short and sweet name, though it does have a good flow.
Anyone who likes Eulalie gets a thumbs-up from me! It's such a fabulous name! I'll just give middles suggestions, because, honestly, they're all gorgeous.
Sometimes I call my Eloise, "Lolly", so I think that nicknames can come from any part of the name (or not related to the name at all - your choice). I feel that if there is a "p" in the name, it can...
December 6th, 2013, 07:11 PM
Some suggestions (second middle in parentheses)
Ruby Clementine (Faye)
Ruby Elizabeth (Nora)
Ruby Georgia (Elaine)
Ruby Frances (Olivia)
Ruby Helena (Celeste)
Ruby Lillian (Joy)
My nephew has his mother's maiden name as his first name, and my mother's maiden name as his midde name. So, his name sounds like three last names. But it is such a wonderful sentiment. I love his...
December 6th, 2013, 02:54 PM
I think Bix and Bixie are charming. I also think Trixie is adorable and completely non-stripperish. Call your daughter whatever you want to, as long as you love it.
December 5th, 2013, 09:46 AM
I think it just depends on the names. As long as they aren't match-y in other ways, it should be fine. For example, Julia and Mia sound fine, but Julia and Joanna are too much to me. As long as you...
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