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I like it! Harvey is such a cute name.
There's a good list here: http://www.momjunction.com/articles/unique-hindu-baby-boy-names-for-2014_0080358/
And a list here: http://nameberry.com/userlist/view/44573
Love the name Zora! Congratulations!
Yesterday, 03:47 PM
I would definitely use either Adelaide or Ruth to honor your grandmother. It will mean so much more to her and your family than if you use Rue or Adele. When you use an honor name, it is a gift to...
They are both so gorgeous! Hard to choose! I think I will have to go with Meredith Elise, just because Meredith is far less common and I would love to see it used more!
This is a great idea! I'm totally going to steal it.
Ava vs. Eleanor -- Eleanor (such a gorgeous classic name)
Mia vs. Isabelle -- Isabelle (love this name despite the popularity)
It's a gorgeous name and would be lovely with Amelia. I had it on my long list but changed it to Rosalind because of the Twilight association. I do think people would probably ask her if she was...
I think Mary is a beautiful, traditional name. I don't think it's weird for a non-religious family to use it, and I really would not worry about the teasing potential -- every name has teasing...
Yesterday, 03:06 PM
I'm a big fan of middle names that honor a loved one. My second daughter has my mom's middle name. We almost didn't use it because it isn't a great name and didn't flow well with Genevieve, but we...
Yesterday, 02:52 PM
Love them all! In order, I like Julian, then Everett, then Miles.
But with your last name, I absolutely adore Miles! Miles Everett Barron would be a great name.
I love Henry and Alexander with Sophie and James. Either would be a great choice, though I am biased towards Alexander. :)
ruesmom had some great suggestions. I especially like
I voted for Edward, but Louis would be my second choice.
I love Angelo but agree with other posters that I probably wouldn't use Gabriel as the middle. I like the idea of two middles, and I think most of your other choices would go fine with Angelo. Not...
July 23rd, 2014, 09:46 AM
Xander, Maddy, and Genevieve (she doesn't like nicknames, but we had planned to call her Evie). And Theo. :)
July 23rd, 2014, 09:19 AM
These comments are so helpful! Thanks! Keep them coming! And I totally agree that Nicholas is perfect, but neither of us love the name. It is ideal with Alexander and Theodore, but just feels kind of...
July 22nd, 2014, 09:11 PM
Right now our boys list is comprised of names I love, names he loves, a few that our other kids have suggested, and some that we both just like. We need to narrow this list down! Tell me which...
Another vote for Julian! I love it with Emelia!
July 22nd, 2014, 03:01 PM
I am totally in love with the name Dean right now. I'm not sure I love it with Thatcher, but I think it is an awesome, underused name. From your list, my top three (in order) are
July 22nd, 2014, 02:53 PM
We have definitely gotten more adventurous with names. We were pretty young (23) when we named our first. He was almost a Tyler, and I'm SO glad we called him Alexander instead. Our first daughter...
uh-LEE-nuh is how I would pronounce it.
July 17th, 2014, 01:41 PM
I would also avoid the names that end in the "ee" sound, since they sound kind of rhyme-y with your last name (but I do so love Elodie!).
I voted for Dagny -- it's pretty much just awesome with...
I don't think they are too close either, but personally I would probably use Magdalen to make it a little less similar to your own name.
Magdalen Rosemarie is beautiful and sounds lovely with...
My grandmother was named Madelyn and was born in 1912 (her mother explained it like the pp above -- she didn't want her to be called Mad-uh-LINE. We named our daughter after her. That's why I chose...
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