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Scarlett & Cadence
Tamsin and Sofia (So-fie-ah)
We met Theodora Mairi over a week ago, but she has gone by two names for a lot of that time.
It became increasingly clear that using Esteri as a middle name was not working- I was calling her Esti...
August 15th, 2013, 09:28 PM
My daughter was born on the 9th, and is healthy and gorgeous and, at the moment, my sleepiest newborn yet!
We decided on Theodora for her name. However, my partner changed his mind on her middle...
August 4th, 2013, 05:04 PM
These were what came to mind- my heart goes out to you. I agree with other posters- when your husband sees that baby, and the time...
We are, with thanks to Nameberry among other resources, down to two options for our girl.
There has been a lot of support for Minerva, which is amazing, but I'd love to see if this matches up to a...
This is so useful- thanks posters.
Surprised and pleased to see so much love for Minerva. I know it isn't everyone's bag but to see such a good range of positive response too is great.
My heart just did a somersault! Benjamin Alan was my grandfather's name- County Cork, Ireland, born 1918.
So glad another little guy is carrying this beautiful name!
And Eleanor Catherine is a...
So excited to see someone use Sakura- I love this name, and it suits Verity beautifully.
Hope your family grow to love it soon, as i'm sure she will when she is older!
We're expecting a daughter in August and we have a list of four names at this point:
I like different things about each- the flexibility of Theodora/Minerva...
June 19th, 2013, 07:03 PM
Artemis- I love this name. A brave choice though- plausible for a kid to carry off with a good nickname though (for those self-conscious years that seems important, to me anyway)
theclocktowerofjoy- I love Ottilie but I have an Otto so it would be too much Ott to trot! I have never considered Sanne (Sann-ah?) and like the sound of that
lauren-kay- I love all...
I should have been a bit clearer- Sorcha isn't actually an Anglicised derivation of Saoirse, it's just easier to pronounce. It's a separate name, also Gaelic, prn Sor-ka.
I have just seen how often...
found this site via the guardian- am an avid reader of the british telegraph birth announcements but this (in terms of exciting choices) seems even more fruitful a place
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