Type: Posts; User: shvibziks
Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.
Eleanora Jane is gorgeous and Evelyn and Eleanora sound great together, that would be my pick.
I really like it, but I do think Lydia Margaret Jane has a better flow. The length doesn't bother me (obviously).
♔ Princess Christina of Salm-Salm (daughter of Prince Michael of Salm-Salm and Countess Philippa of Castell-Castell) and Count Raphael von und zu Hoensbroech welcomed their fifth child, a daughter...
Started George Orwell's 1984 a week ago and I'm absolutely taken with it. How have I not read that one before?
I also got Sharp Objects and Dark Places by Gillian Flynn on the library. I was a bit...
I think it's dreadful. Summer is alright and while it doesn't go all that well with Max, it's a nice name. Then they threw Rain in there and ballsed it all up. Rain in itself is just a tad meh, no?...
August 18th, 2014, 11:32 PM
And if you're really stretching it:
Linnea Elise is lovely :)
August 18th, 2014, 08:17 PM
Not yet. I am also impatiently waiting for the name – her peculiar naming tendencies have got me curious.
♔ Hermann (son of Countess Ulrike of Stolberg-Wernigerode and Karl-Joachim Riedesel, Baron zu Eisenbach) and Johanna (née Esser) Riedesel, Baron and Baroness zu Eisenbach welcomed their second child,...
August 15th, 2014, 09:48 AM
I love Elisa and the Elisa combination but Marie and Elisa kind of blend together for me, so I'd go with Marie Louisa Vivienne which is incredibly beautiful as well :)
August 13th, 2014, 11:45 PM
Currently it is (only #1 is in preferred order):
01. Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush (all-time favourite song, I am torn between which of the versions I prefer though, the original is lovely...
August 13th, 2014, 11:06 PM
Leander is beautiful. I've always had a fondness for that name.
William (I don't know about the popularity of it where you live) could be a great way to incorporate Liam (which seems to be popular...
Henry Francis has a lovely ring to it, but I agree that if Henry Walter is a name you both agree on, that would be a good choice – it also has a great flow.
I love the suggestion of Penelope and Beatrix.
I apologise for any repeats, I only just skimmed the other suggestions:
Penelope and Agnes
Penelope and Alva
Penelope and Augusta
♔ Prince Alexander (son of Prince Johannes and Princess Claudia of Auersperg) and Princess Emma (née Feilden) of Auersperg welcomed their second child, a daughter named Indra Jane Martha, on 18 July...
♔ Princess Nathalie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (daughter of Princess Benedikte of Denmark and niece of Queen Margrethe II) and Alexander Johannsmann are expecting their second child in February...
Oh, I so get where you're coming from and it's the absolute worst thing. I've suffered from moderate social anxiety for all my life but it really got bad once I started the Danish equivalent of sixth...
Of the combinations you mentioned, I think I prefer Anna Isabelle. Anna Belle makes me think of Annabel, but that might just be me. Anna Eloise is also really nice, particularly because of the...
Well, my own name is Zelia, I don't know if you can use that suggestion.
I (obviously) love the suggestion of Zenobia, but that is too much of a name for some. I think my top suggestion for you...
I took a peak at the list of new students at my cousin's school and there were some pretty interesting finds among them:
A k v i l l a s (boy)
They wouldn't differ from the names I would use normally:
Cosima Ingrid Zenobia
Matilda Ivalo Galadriel
Gaia Margaret Undómiel
If I already had an older daughter with the Cosima combination,...
August 5th, 2014, 05:48 PM
August 5th, 2014, 05:18 PM
I could see Katie using a hyphenated name, definitely, and I think @lawsonhaley is spot on with the Mae/May.
Some of my neighbours have rented their summer house out to a couple who have a couple of children named Bjørn (or Bjørk, his name is shouted out considerably less than his younger sister's, so I'm...
Results 1 to 25 of 500