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Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Owen
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Oliver
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Jack
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Dominic
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Isaac
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Matthew
I voted for Lily Margot. I hear Lily and Ella everywhere, and Caroline is technically my favorite of the three, but I wasn't sure about Colin and Caroline. If you plan to only have two children then...
When was Theo a popular nickname for a girl? Did I miss something here?
Theo just isn't feminine to me at all. There are hundreds upon hundreds of girl's names out there, so it seems a bit unfair...
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Charlotte
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Phoebe
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Olivia
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Adeline
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Lydia
Logan, Mia, Ethan, and Hazel
Today, 05:01 PM
I would change it now before it's time for his learner's permit, driver's license, etc. Changing your name once you have all of your IDs is a pain in the butt. I would let him choose his own middle...
Ooh, "Hallelujah" is a great song. I need to add that to my list. I like "Wrecking Ball" too, but I can't stand Miley's voice. I like Eli Lieb's cover so much more.
I would stick to Rhodes.
A little dated, sure, but Casey wears so well on a guy. It's easygoing and handsome.
Both are fantastic names, but I prefer Abram for its earthy feel and the nickname Bram.
I would love to see some of the names from ASOIAF cross over into the real world. Eddard works, definitely, but I think an Eddard would frequently have to deal with being mistaken for an Edward.
Today, 11:30 AM
Your list is lovely. The ones I'm not crazy about are Mallory Kristine (I would expect her to be the mom not the baby), Ariel Daisy (I prefer Arielle on a girl), and Anina Belinda (a bit too...
Brother to Fitzgerald and Steinbeck?
I don't consider Tobias to be a "black name" at all. It's #490 in the US, #128 in England and Wales, and top 100 throughout the rest of Europe. I don't think this is something that's relevant for...
Charles Ethan? Or some "Ch" first name with an "Et" middle name.
Beatrice - "bee-uh-triss"
Imogen - "eye-mo-gin"
Imogene - "eye-mo-jeen"
Briony - "bri-on-ee"
Emmaline - "emma-line" although Emmeline is "emme-leen"
Jessamine - "jessa-meen"
I'm in the south.
Swimming is always fun when it's hot out. Maybe check with a local YMCA, sportsplex, or gym to see what kind of classes are offered.
July 29th, 2014, 04:12 PM
@rinfinnweaseloh: I like The White Stripes, Cage the Elephant, and Modest Mouse. I actually really love Jack White. I remember seeing Cage the Elephant in concert when I was in middle school. That...
Auden doesn't appear in the US top 1000 for either sex. I checked number of births in 2013, and there were 80 boys and 40 girls named Auden. So right now it does lean boy, but it's very rare either...
I know a Wells and two Wellingtons who use Wells as a nickname. It works fine on them.
I love it. Jojen is one of the ASOIAF names I actually wouldn't mind seeing on a real child. *looks pointedly at Khaleesi*
July 29th, 2014, 10:43 AM
I think it's fine. Right now, when kids aren't even a possibility for you, I think you should just focus on names you love and not so much how they sound as a sibling group. I mean, all of your...
Aurelia is gorgeous. Arrrrrilla, as it comes out in the accents of the deep South, is not.
July 28th, 2014, 11:21 PM
@Bridget: Haha, I like Darius' version, but not nearly as much as the OCMS version. I feel like OCMS' "Wagon Wheel" is one of the essential songs of the South. Darius' isn't twangy enough.
Vivian has so much more personality.
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