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She wasn't due until August 2nd, but little Tabitha Faye decided she couldn't wait any longer to arrive and popped out on July 5th. Very small but otherwise perfectly formed, Nico is absolutely...
That's interesting, because we use Nico as our son's nickname with the intention of him using it as a daily name if he wants to when he's older and we get compliments on how different it is, how...
June 27th, 2013, 01:52 PM
Clara and Cora both work with Sally and Romy (how do you pronounce it?) I think Clementine is a bit long and formal in comparison.
If you like C names how about:
Oh I'm so glad you said that :) that makes me feel better that it's the consensus from a few sites as well. We're happy with the names as we have them but with just a few weeks to go now I'm having...
Niko/Nikolas: My son's nickname is Nico, short for Dominic. The C spelling just looks nicer - use Nicholas nn Nico because Nikolas is more likely to have spelling problems.
Emmett Wright does have the same ending but I think it works.
June 27th, 2013, 01:35 PM
Adair or Valen?
Elena or Lena?
Alma or Etta?
Bridget or Nora(h)?
Delia or Della?
Hazel or Regina?
Sylvia or Dororthy? I'm voting for it assuming it's a typo for Dorothy
Ramona or Eleanor or...
Connie seems the most natural C nickname for Connelly.
We've got Tabitha Faye as the frontrunner for a daughter. We love both the names, individually and separately, but I'm now having a re-think on the middle name. With May/Mae being so popular as a...
They work as they all have a French theme. Colette is my favourite.
I'd avoid Rose and May unless they have meaning as they're a bit...
I've only ever met female Robyns and male Robins too, so I have a gender/spelling divide in my head. I would assume Robin was a boy if I just saw the name written.
I know three adult Emilys, two teenagers and probably half a dozen children with that name. I still like it though. Grace is pretty filler as a middle at the moment though.
Emily and Lillian go...
I think it's too tied to Shakespeare to use, unless you're the Beckhams, in which case you can get away with anything.
June 24th, 2013, 11:57 AM
Use it in the middle. I think if you've got an attachment to the place and you go back there, it's going to be weird being called London. Plus say she grows up and marries someone with the surname...
June 24th, 2013, 11:51 AM
Our frontrunners for this baby both begin with T. Which is fine, as we're only having one baby this time (I hope there's no unexpected twin the ultrasound hasn't picked up anyway!) but if we have...
Hannah doesn't really get the nickname Annie, Anna would be better. Ainsley hasn't got the an sound, it's more of an ain sound, so again it doesn't really work for me.
Tessa or Tara
Jenna or Gemma
Chelsea or Kelsey
Emmeline or Caroline
Halle or Haley but I like the Hayley spelling better
Delilah or Delaney
Zoe or Wren
Reagan or Teagan
Calla or Calliope
June 24th, 2013, 11:31 AM
I think Susanna is too close to Annabel, and Ruthie is too nicknamey next to your daughters. I don't think Violet and Charlotte are too close for cousins though. And I definintely wouldn't make the...
June 22nd, 2013, 04:21 PM
Elizabeth is in the running if this one's a girl for us, too. Elizabeth Sarah fits perfectly with her older brothers and sister.
I can see it working, nicknames can come from anything and it's often nicer to use the less obvious/common ones for a name. I think Margaret goes better with Harold as it's more formal than Margo,...
I don't think it's a dog name at all, I know more girls than dogs named Daisy. I think it's cute but I can't see an adult Daisy. It worked in The Great Gatsby because it was the 1920s, but I don't...
June 22nd, 2013, 04:10 PM
Leo would go well with either Pip or Gus as nicknames, but I like the full name Philip better than Augustin. Philip Theodore is very handsome, as is Philip Edward.
Asher - I like this
Breccan - It makes me think of the Brecon Beacons (mountains in Wales)
Bronx - I don't like this
Cree(d) - I have bad associations with Creed, it was the surname of a boy in...
June 22nd, 2013, 04:03 PM
I like Rhys and Freddie Dafydd John best. Freddie Stephen is also nice but Freddie Edward is a bit repetitive with the Ed sound for me. Do you have any nicknames for your daughter? If you call her...
I've never heard the name before but I'll try to help.
Ian (from the Ion ending)
Astion (like Bastian without the B)
Tony (from the Tion ending)
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