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February 2nd, 2016, 11:41 PM
You have some really good options on your list, but here are a few more you could consider:
- Greer/Grier (think Greer Garson: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greer_Garson)
Mirabel is a gorgeous option! And I love the fact that it's so much less popular than Miranda or Isabel but definitely not a name that will be impossible for others to spell or pronounce.
Adeline. Adalind is pretty too, but because I am so much more familiar with Adeline, Adalind sounds a little off, and as someone's name, it would probably be confused with Adeline.
January 25th, 2016, 11:39 PM
It can be tough when you love your first child's name so much that you are afraid of giving your next child a name that isn't as great. But you will find something you love just as much as Layla...
Allen - Olin
Linus - Linden
Leonard - Maynard
Adam - Adamo
Warren - Warner
Mollie - Margaret
Rose - Dahlia
Sara - Seren
Athena - Theda
December 24th, 2014, 03:23 PM
Declan Roe & Beckett Vaughn
DH: Nicholas James O'Hara
DW: Eve Charlotte Lawson O'Hara
DD: Edith Helena O'Hara
DD: Violet Emmeline O'Hara
DS: Hugo Dean O'Hara
DD: Isla Scarlett O'Hara (Haha!)
DS: Leo Elliott O'Hara
May 21st, 2014, 05:54 PM
I also thought of Siri before I read the rest of your post. I think that one's pretty cute, and I wouldn't worry too much about the...
May 20th, 2014, 11:50 PM
If none of these names are quite doing it, maybe you should look into other options? Maybe you can still find a name that you both love.
Instead of Sanna, how about Sena? ...
I have seen Sunny suggested as a nickname for Aurora before because it means "dawn."
I have also heard of Sunny being used as a nickname for all names that begin with "S."
I second Olive Susannah, but I would spell it Susanna. Then she would literally be O. Susanna! That might be a bit cheesy, but I also think it's kind of cute. Plus, Susanna does have a sort of "wild...
I would not use the initials ILL. Initials don't come up that often, but people, especially children, talk about them enough to make it a potential problem.
Although I think Isis and Lila are...
And here are some others that I think might have the feeling you are looking...
DH: Nicholas Theodore
DW: Lucia Eve
1. Gideon Boaz
2. Noah Benjamin
3. Breton Pascal
4. Flora Matilda
DW : Willa Alice Heartwood Deveraux
DH : Stellan William Deveraux
DD1 : Saskia Wilhelmina Deveraux
DD2 : Penna Coraline Deveraux
DS1/DD3 : Odin Aleksander Deveraux & Nerissa Daphne Deveraux...
- Theo Silas
- Daisy Angelica
- Sargent Fox & Lilith Tallulah
- Henry August, Jude Byron, Eleanor Violet, & Florence Ruby
- Isadora Astrid
- Flynn Sawyer & Ellery Scout
- Bowie Sailor
Celia Vivienne is so gorgeous! I also love Violet Eva.
I think Romy definitely works as nickname for Veronica. Just think: If Bill, not just Will, can be a nickname for William, then Romy, not just Ronnie, can be a nickname for Veronica.
May 19th, 2014, 09:43 PM
Wow! This a beautiful list, with a lot of names I had forgotten or never heard of before. My favorites are Mavis, Muirin, Cordelia, Oona, Ailsa, Nerissa, and Wallis.
Here are some others that you...
May 19th, 2014, 08:03 PM
I like Geneva Maeve a lot.
If you are looking for another cutesy name/nickname, I think using Mae/May or Louise as a middle name might work well.
Your husband could call Abigail May "Abby May"...
I love the sound of Rosalie and Florence, but I think the combo would be a bit too floral. My second favorite is Elena, but Gabriella is nice too.
Here are some other suggestions:
May 19th, 2014, 07:35 PM
May 19th, 2014, 07:15 PM
Ivy & Oliver
Titania & Fiorello
Anya & Kai
Lauren & Brendan
Kimberly & Dillon
Maximo & Orlanda
Hugh & Etta
Bernard & Carolyn
Teague & Océane
I honestly don't hear what you hear with middle names that begin with a consonant. However, because you do hear it, I think you might want to choose a middle name that starts with a vowel.
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