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May 30th, 2012, 06:23 PM
I think Simone fits. I see quiet but spunky and I feel like S names are in line with what I see in the pic. You said witch so automatically I think Seraphina (as in HDM) too. If she's more light...
I'm feelin' Billy or Jimmy. Also something ridic like Santiago? Or maybe something like BK or PJ. Or maybe if he's one of those people that just goes by his last name?
May 25th, 2012, 06:09 PM
What are her band-mates' stage names? That would help a lot. My first intuition says Meadow would be a good stage name based on her personality. Maybe Indigo sounds more "rock band" ish?
May 25th, 2012, 06:06 PM
Piper: dark brown/black hair just past the shoulders, often worn in pigtails. Light skin. A girl, 6-9. Bubbly, chatty, energetic, somewhat athletic.
Robin: Auburn hair, shoulder length....
I think one thing that nineties names have going for them is that even though, say, Emily was the most popular from 1995 until the 2000s, Emily maxed out at like 1.36% of baby girls. Whereas in...
Oh hurrah, these characters are just a few years older than me! I think I have a pretty good grip on what names were used at that time.
Character 1: Andrew, Matt, Brian, Sean
Character 2: Nate,...
I know you're settled on the mother already, but I wanted to add in my two cents-- Lorraine does not strike me as a typical druggy name. Arlene fits white trash much better, imho.
One thing I am...
I guess I don't have a strong grip on what sort of names the parents would pick. A little less used, unique, but not weird? I guess I am not "feeling" it, but here goes a few guesses:
May 2nd, 2012, 01:45 PM
I think it's beating a dead horse to reiterate the "no"ness of Myleaux. I will say that Milo is a cute on a girl, even though it is masculine (I'd never do it myself, but I'm a little intrigued by...
As other people have pointed out, going by your initials can add a distinguished flair to your name. I agree, but I'll admit for most of my life I never really got it. It's still not really my style,...
I pictured the girl as cute and bubbly so came up with: Lacy, Olivia, Daisy, Ruby, Lucy, Molly
For the boy, I imagined a sporty, little rascally thing: Jake, Derek, Kirby, Spencer, Blake, Harry,...
Silas definitely came to mind for me. Otherwise:
Something about S names seem "Swimmy" to me. :P
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