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Screen name: AEIvy, here
First name in real life: Amber
Age (doesn't have to be exact): Twenty-three.
Have any kids? If so, what are their names, and how old are they? If not, got any siblings?...
August 26th, 2012, 11:12 PM
Does Louisa May (like the poet) count? Because I've always thought that that was a very pretty name. I don't like hyphens, though, not in names. Heh.
Oh, I am in love with this thread. I mean, it's completely horrible, and I'm a bad person for thinking it's so funny, but...;)
I AM the person who used to cheer every time she saw the political ad...
Nico Samuel is such a sweet name! Aww. And I, personally, think that Gemma Ruth (also beautiful!), would go rather prettily with it. Nico and Gemma. That just sounds so sweet! To be fair, I'm not a...
This took me a long time to figure out! Hmm. Still not 100% on some of them, but as of right now... ;)
1. Eleanor Anne
2. Amelia Ruth
3. Autumn Elise
4. Adelaide Juliet
5. Magnolia Claire
April 9th, 2012, 09:43 AM
Today I'd go with Autumn Claire and August Miles. ...which, in hindsight, would either be WAY too matchy or hilariously awesome, I can't decide which.
April 9th, 2012, 12:46 AM
Boy, some of these are doosies! I mean...well, to each their own, I guess. Tenley, Everleigh, Navi, Kinsley, Tinsley, etc etc etc, Lux and Everly...well. Yeah. I don't so much know about those....
March 25th, 2012, 07:05 PM
Congratulations, I bet she sure is pretty. :)
I love Camellia! That's a beautiful name. I do agree that Camellia Wren is very lovely, but there are so many name combinations in your list that...
Honestly, I'm not the biggest fan of Nora, but I love Norah. Nora feels kind of...abrupt? While Norah feels soft, feminine, warm. Of course, it's very possible that I'm influenced by Norah Jones;...
March 25th, 2012, 10:00 AM
FIRST they'd have to extract me from one of the psych wards in the city. I mean. Yipes. STILL, it definitely is an amazingly awesome combo.
1. Magnolia Claire / "Maggie"
2. Amelia Marie
Lucy, Margaret, Alice, Georgia, Caroline, and Annabel
Juliet, Amelia, Hazel, Ruth, Celia, and Anne
In my family, we tend to breed in one gender; at least, my parent's generation. It's either all boys, or all girls, for the most part. With my generation, it's more varied, but still there are a lot...
March 15th, 2012, 04:35 AM
Oh, it's totally another day and I'm up anyways so...
Hey, Phoebe has kind of the same sound -- I feel you, though. Chloe was the first name I liked out of my sister's list of them for my new niece last year, until she pointed out that it was so close...
March 14th, 2012, 08:32 PM
What an awesome idea! I'll have to keep the names I come up with for here somewhere. ;) This site is so bad for my naming obsession. Today, it'd be...
I was almost named Aubrey, after the Bread song; my dad says he sat in their living room while they were composing it. Mom didn't like it, wanted to name me Elizabeth, but I somehow ended up being...
December 27th, 2011, 09:37 AM
That's a great question! As a name nerd who has no real intention of having kids (right now, I've been up all night with one Delilah Grace, who is two weeks old and my niece) since I get to be there...
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