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This is just my opinion, but I really do not understand the love Leander gets on NB. Unless I'm pronouncing it wrong, it's basically the girl's name Leanne with der stuck on the end - therefore, it...
I don't like the word "loathe", it's just too strong (except for some names that I really hate!) So, I'm gonna use "dislike". Hope nobody minds!
Zoelle - Dislike
Zara - Like
Zelda - Dislike...
Hudson Ezra: It's okay, flows well, just NMS
Annaliese Claire: I much prefer the Anneliese spelling, looks less like anal. Claire works well with it though
Rhett Mason: I like this, good...
I watched some of this episode, but I tend to get very frustrated with the parents on this show, so I usually end up turning it off before the end! As for the names, I agree with others that Loughlin...
Ophelia = 4/10 - pretty, but I always her "O feel ya" when I say it, which turns me off the name.
Leonor = 6/10 - pretty, but makes me think of the laundry detergent Lenor
Penelope = 8/10 - I...
I called my dog Roscoe when I was younger, so I could never use it on a kid. I put it in the same category as Milo, Felix, Jasper, Rufus etc... names that I usually associate with animals rather than...
I think for genuine medical conditions it can be a very effective alternative to traditional therapies. However, I do not support recreational use, especially in young people. My older brother got...
DD1: Helen Marina "Nell"
DD2: Dolores Joy "Dolly"
DD3: Theresa Mei "Tess"
Nell, Dolly and Tess
I started taking BC pills a few weeks ago to help make my periods more bearable. I've just started my withdrawal bleed and I have the same debilitating pain, nausea and heavy flow :( I'm hoping that...
I live in the East Midlands region of England in a suburb a few miles outside the city centre (that's as specific as I'm prepared to be!) I've lived in the same house since I was 22 months; before...
Arthur John Brian - ruhtra nhoj nairb (rut-ra hodge n-air-buh)
Margot Sophie Anneliese - togram eihpos eseilenna (tog-ram ee-pos e-sail-en-a)
None of these I would ever use, but fun to try and...
August 17th, 2014, 09:39 AM
Lorelai "Lori" Rhiannon, 25, and Silas Leo, 27, met at Comic-con 5 years ago. After 2 years of attempting a long distance relationship Silas moved across the country to set up home with...
Very "on-trend" here in the UK, at number 48 currently. In the US, however, it is only just shaking off its "old-man" image (which I have never understood; I have never met any older Harvey's, only...
I would not use any of the -aden names right now, as they are all overused and trendy. It really does not work with the classic sibset you got going either - David, Warren and Aubrey are awesome,...
I love Ramona too, for all the reasons you stated. Unfortunately, it clashes with my number one girls name Fiona :( Many of my other favourites work well with it though:
Beatrice (like in the...
I like both names, but Beckett works better with Tanner and August. I have Beckett Flynn on my list, but I also like pp's suggestion of Beckett Theodore :) x
I personally adore Chester - so cute, "old-man" chic. I also like Charles. The others seem like they're trying too hard! x
For those wondering how I got seven people into Margot Sophie Anneliese, here's the breakdown:
Me: - Sophie Grace Margaret
Mum: Lorraine Ann
Grandma (maternal): Margaret
So, I love family names and luckily I have a very large extended family from which to choose from. I have found a girls combo that directly or indirectly honours seven members of my family - Margot...
DW: Henrietta Willow "Hettie"
DH: Jack Maxwell
DS: Jackson Beau "Sonny"
DD: Isabel Grace "Belle"
Hettie, Jack, Sonny and Belle
Boys name, definitely, WAY too masculine for a girl! Just because it can shorten to Callie, doesn't mean it works on a girl *sigh!* I wouldn't use it because of bad associations, but I think it's...
I love Scottish names, I have many on my list. Fergus is one I've always been hesitant about - I love it in principle, but worry about how it would be received in the real world. One thing that does...
August 13th, 2014, 11:59 AM
I can't remember what dreams my very little self had (probably something like a singer or teacher, typical little kid stuff!). But, from the age of about 10 or 11, I knew I wanted to do something...
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