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July 26th, 2014, 11:56 PM
I like it! It totally fits under the "floral names" category to me which makes it very usable.
July 21st, 2014, 08:33 PM
For some reason, it strikes me as very masculine. I also think of flannel (maybe that's why?).
July 21st, 2014, 08:30 PM
I really love it. My personal preference would be to have it as a NN for a longer name, but I don't think it would be bad to use it on it's own either!
Very similiar to Rosie, Poppy, etc. which...
July 19th, 2014, 12:25 AM
Agree with Juniper! I suggested it to my husband and he joked that we could call her "Nipper", now all I hear is an emphasis on "Nip" and that doesn't bring about the best associations, IMO....
July 17th, 2014, 09:42 PM
Thanks guys! :)
We definitely don't plan on sharing her name until she's here...we made that mistake the first time around and I learned my lesson the hard way!
July 17th, 2014, 09:18 PM
With only 4 weeks to go, Husband & I have finally decided on a name for girl #3. I never thought I'd say this, but I will be happy to have a loooong break from discussing names!
We have decided on...
July 5th, 2014, 08:41 AM
Since they sound the same, I would just stick with the more recognizable "Fern".
Firn isn't bad, but it's less feminine to me since it isn't an obviously female name and it doesn't really strike...
June 29th, 2014, 11:34 PM
I like Nora, Emma and Rose.
I immediately see the word "fabric" and then once I say it aloud in my head, I think of Fabreeze. Not sure where you are located or if you're familiar with the product, but it sounds very similiar.
How many Sophies' do you know? How old are they?
- I only know one and she is a dog :) I know many Sophias though!
What's your opinion of the name?
I absolutely love the name, but the...
Wow! Lots of great suggestions. Thank you all for taking the time to respond. I will run them all by my husband later and hopefully he loves as many as I do :)
Thanks! Edith Amelia is cute, and Emilia is actually a family name so bonus :)
Unfortunately, Josephine, Aurelia, Eleonor, Marguerite, Adelaide, Madeline, Victoria & Penelope a all off the list...
Looks like we are officially starting from scratch with baby girl 3. Have mercy.
Big sister 1 is Ser@fina Audrey
Big sis 2 is Beatr!ce Lucy
What would you name baby girl 3?? We are open to ANY...
I really like it! I saw it on a website years ago, fell in love with it and completely forgot about it until this post. Thanks for the reminder! I definitely think it's wearable.
Glad to hear I'm not the only one! My list was from Anthropologie. Maeve Alexandra is beautiful :)
Do you ever look through catalogues for names? Here are some unique names from the mail this morning :)
I love Alice & June, simple but refreshing. Mary seems very common and plain to me. I know at least 15 girls/women named Mary of all ages, but only 1 woman named Alice and no Junes.
Thank you! I like Phillipa :) Lilac would also be lovely as a middle name.
Vivienne is growing on me :) Vivienne Lilac might be a lovely option.
Thank you, Molly!
I love Florence but can't get DH on board. Louisa was a strong contender until my SIL used it for her baby.
I'm thinking of starting fresh with our name list. We had decided on Rosalie but now I'm having doubts and want a "back up name" just in case.
Big sisters are Ser@phina and Be@trice...both names...
1. A name of a girl that loves the forest. She would spend her summers camping under the start on the forest floor, and painting and collecting leaves.
Pheobe, Ivy, Fiona
2. A name of a short...
May 15th, 2014, 08:13 AM
I just had to add that the names
"Baby" and "Baby Boy/Baby Girl" are often automatically put on a birth certificate when a woman doesn't name the child.
**ETA: Oops, casilda...
I'm due this summer with a little girl who has been named for months now...Rosalie.
However, I'm now reconsidering after an unfortunate event and wondering if this wound ruin "the name" for you or...
April 14th, 2014, 10:11 AM
If you plan on having more kids, I would figure out which style you prefer and that would help narrow it down.
I would break down your list like this:
Margot, Agnes and Harriet
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