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I don't think I would use Ruby if my surname was Greene. And I don't really like it with Lucy, either.
That said, Penelope looks off to me, too. It's so long and flowing compared to your other...
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June 20th, 2014, 10:05 PM
I think all are wonderful names for boys, but it might be best to reserve a few for the middle name spot. I'm thinking mostly Evelyn and maybe Andrea?
One of my favorites is Hadley. Would love...
I like it, but I prefer Ione (ee-OH-nee). I do think Iona sounds lovely with your other children.
I like the sound of Marcie a lot (I have Marcy on my own list [I like it because it looks and sounds tough]).
I think Marcella is beautiful, and as @uncannie mentioned, there are plenty of...
I plan to read to my baby while pregnant, when the time comes.
I've always heard that the baby develops hearing 16 weeks after conception, so I intend to talk/sing/play music/read as much as...
I agree with this.
I don't care for the sound of Lydia, though.
June 20th, 2014, 03:34 PM
I think these work with Annslee:
Most "A" names that are in the same style as Annslee are really popular, it seems. It was difficult to...
June 20th, 2014, 03:23 PM
Or Liz Taylor. Either way, too close to celebs.
Liv is wonderful, but I'm not liking it with Taylor.
Something like Liv Sawyer, maybe?
I think Seraphina and Maeve are really beautiful and playful together. They're both more unusual choices than Lydia. I've never cared for the sound of Lydia, either. Fina is an adorable nickname.
I think both work.
I feel like Daisy and George are classic/quirky, while Daisy and Marshall are more whimsical/modern. I prefer Daisy and George.
Benny definitely works as a nickname for Bernard. I still like Bear as a nickname for Bernard, though. Makes it fresher, I think.
June 20th, 2014, 02:54 PM
I think Perseus Finn Leonardo and Perseus Kai Leonardo sound better than the two you have, but maybe that's just me (and it would depend on the surname). I like both Kai and Finn, but I like Finn...
I prefer Laureline to Laurie (m), but I don't think either are bad. And I don't think it matters that Laureline doesn't "go" with your other favorite names.
I know 2 men named Laurie, a father and...
June 20th, 2014, 11:33 AM
I love Ana Sofia Caroline! (I like Ana Sofia Penelope, too). Clara Lucia Natalia would be my second choice (Although I like Clara Lucia Penelope more). I really like the idea of both siblings having...
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June 20th, 2014, 12:59 AM
I like Fern Caroline and Caroline Fern.
I doubt I'll be much help because when I read "glitter, shimmering, twinkle, sparkles, dreams," I immediately thought of Annabel. Here goes:
June 19th, 2014, 09:50 PM
I don't see why Wilhelmina is so unusual? Admittedly, it is a little unexpected if siblings are named something like Catherine and Samuel, but I think it's a perfectly legitimate and lovely name. I...
I think Eloisa Clementine and Eloisa Temperance sound the best, even though I'm not a huge fan of Temperance. I love Eloisa Hermione, but it doesn't sound as good as Clementine.
According to behindthename.com
Alya: Arabic, "sky, heaven, loftiness"
Amaterasu: Japanese mythology, "shining over heaven"
Araceli: Spanish, "altar of the sky"
Ciel: French word name, "sky"...
June 19th, 2014, 08:02 PM
Love Helena! It sounds so chic with Margaret Miller. I also like Eliza, Emily, and Evelyn.
I don't care for Lydia as a name, just because a Lydia I knew became Lydia Chlamydia in high school. (I...
June 19th, 2014, 07:54 PM
Any of these work fine. I think Declan sounds the best with Mitchell and Gravitt. Then Hudson. Beau doesn't sound great, but I like it better (as a name) than Hudson.
I think Charlotte has more staying power in terms of popularity, but I like Ella more. I think both are classics.
I like the way Jack and Ella sound together, and I like how soft and pretty Ella...
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