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I'm glad to see you're getting closer to being on the same page! You had mentioned earlier that you basically chose the middle and you felt like you should give your husband some input. If he's...
I don't love it, I don't hate it. It doesn't do much for me personally, and I don't particularly like city names. There's nothing terrible about it, but I think there are better options out there.
Yesterday, 10:08 PM
I like Jacey, Jacie, Jacy...I think all yours work fine but for her sake, it should be easy to explain when she gets asked how to spell it (which she will). I have to agree with the others that your...
You have lovely choices, but I voted for Verity. It's uncommon and seems like it might match her sisters in that regard, but it's not "out there" either. It has a pretty sound, and I think it is...
June 23rd, 2015, 02:27 AM
Oops! Double posted! Sorry!
June 23rd, 2015, 02:15 AM
Sorry, I agree with the description of this one. As a middle name, it could be kind of cute but as a first, it's a little cliche and tacky. There are so many subtle ways to connect the name to...
June 15th, 2015, 09:38 AM
Knox? and Lennox? Sorry, but I agree with the no crowd.
I'm going against the grain but I like Hadley the best. Chelsea seems dated and I've known about 100 of them (give or take) and Isla is so curt with Rose. Isla also just fades right in with all the...
I like the idea behind Fawn but I can't get behind using it except as a middle. I like Fern much better--has a similar sound and nature connection but seems so much wearable on an adult.
Charlotte Emma Rose & Florien Gray
Feel free to make combos out of my names. ;-)
June 6th, 2015, 10:13 AM
Kendall is a rambunctious girl who loves getting her hands dirty. Her little sister, the more princessy Kaya, is always grossed out when Kendall shows her the frogs she caught by the creek. But, she...
June 4th, 2015, 08:05 AM
I don't usually like a y in the middle, but I love Bryony much more than Briony.
Elena - scratch this one. It's the one you seem most unsure about. If you love the nn Laney, there are a few other options to get there, like Elaine or Delaney.
Julianna - I don't think it's weird...
I really love Estelle and it sounds lovely with Daphne. Meadow is cute for a middle, but I have a hard time taking it seriously. Arden will blend with all the other -den ending names out there right...
June 3rd, 2015, 02:24 AM
I think a double middle would be the way to go. Combining Joyce and Blair would still result in a rather short name, so I don't think in this case it would be cumbersome to have three names. Stella...
I've only ever heard wild-er, regardless of any historical differences.
Will-der just reminds me of the word bewilder, which isn't really a nice association.
Judah is one of my favorites! Should be fun to put some middles to it:
June 2nd, 2015, 10:39 AM
I don't keep an active list of GPs, but the one I've had on my mind recently is Rhapsody!
Emme is in the same family of names as Amelia (Amelia, Amelie, Emily, Emma, etc.) so I don't really think it works at all. Emme or Amelia, but not both.
Valerie would be nice if it...
May 31st, 2015, 06:48 AM
This post just caught my attention. It's still pinned--is this a rolling application or is this done and over with now?
Arabella (prefer Annabelle or Isabel)
May 30th, 2015, 01:28 AM
I agree with most of what has already been said, so I don't want to repeat any points, but here is my "favorite" entry:
Asa: (the pink one)
"Simple, soft, strong, this usually male biblical...
Is Clarke the last name? If so, I think Eloise Clarke flows the best. Margot has the repeating AR sound, MARgot ClARke, and Clara Clarke is a bit too comic book-sounding. I love Juliet, Violet,...
Ok, I just read your most recent post, and I think Jude Emory, based on all your descriptions, is a winner. It honors, it flows, and it's gorgeous.
I'm a little baffled as to how your husband...
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