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January 24th, 2016, 12:57 PM
Lorelei is a wonderful choice. I also love the suggestion of Zara. If I didn't already have a Nora, I would have Zara on my list for this second girl for sure.
I adore Ruby Amelia!! I think it sounds lovely. Ruby Amabel could be another possibility.
Ruby Claire is sweet but I don't love the succinct sound. Ruby Clarice?
I'm honestly surprised so many people said it would be okay. I don't think it makes any sense. Lis/Liss/Lissy makes sense, but Liz is only known as a nickname for Elizabeth or Eliza so it would be...
December 30th, 2015, 07:10 PM
I think Millie would work as a nickname for Matilda. I also despise the nickname Mattie! Tilly and Tilda, as you said, are okay. I definitely like Millie the best.
Mimi would be cute too.
December 30th, 2015, 07:07 PM
I like both names a lot. I voted for Susannah Ruth because it "goes" really well with Abraham. Plus, it sounds like faith may be rather important to you and I feel like Susannah Ruth fits that bill...
December 30th, 2015, 07:00 PM
December 30th, 2015, 02:37 PM
I like your naming style, but if you want to avoid overly popular names, I would take Lily, Ella, Elsa (FROZEN!), and Olivia off your list. Matilda is climbing, but I think you're still safe with...
I think it's totally usable. Nearly 15 years ago, I was an assistant preschool teacher the summer before I went to college. It's was an upscale town and a very upscale preschool. One of the little...
December 30th, 2015, 01:18 AM
I really like Arden. Rowan is okay. I'm just not a fan of Graycen, sorry. The spelling looks so odd. Plus, it's a pretty trendy boy name now spelled as Greyson or something similar. I get you like...
I love Thaddeus and Theodore. Thaddeus Earl sounds great. I definitely think Teddy can work as a nickname.
I'm not loving how Theodore Earl sounds. Plus, as he gets older, he will most likely be...
Benjamin is one of my all-time favorite classic boy names. It's so strong and handsome.
I voted for Benjamin Levi. Honestly, I like all the middle name choices, but not only do I think Benjamin...
I voted for Clara Jane. It flows the best and sounds super sweet. Plus, I love how it has familial significance. I don't think the alliteration is a big deal, especially since they number of...
My initial reaction was to go with Willa since it's both your favorite. However, I can't help but hear the similarity between Willa and Emilia. It could just be me being overly dramatic so if it's no...
I don't think origin matters nearly as much as how mainstream the name is. For example, Layla is a pretty well-known name so no one will blink an eye if you were to use it. I think same with Aaliyah....
I adore this name!
I personally prefer the less frilly spelling of Annabel. For some reason it looks more sophisticated to me where the -belle ending seems more princessy and juvenile.
I immediately thought of Piper.
Thanks for your input everyone! It definite put my mind at ease. It's funny - normally I like less elaborate spellings (i.e. Juliet and Annabel as opposed to Juliette and Annabelle), but Vivienne...
December 14th, 2015, 10:09 PM
First of all, it doesn't sound like a "white" name to me either. It's very pretty but it definitely doesn't scream any sort of particular race or ethnicity. That being said, if your family is being...
I'm really loving Vivian/Vivienne lately for our second girl. I feel like it fits the bill for everything I am looking for: classy, vintage, feminine.
However, I can't decide on which spelling. I...
Olivia (WAY too popular)
Isabella (WAY too popular)
I LOVE the name Jasper!
Paige has always been a name I've liked, but it's been moved to a guilty pleasure rather than a true possibility. Why? Because it's starting to feel dated - as in...
I'm considering combining my favorite name with my husband's but the initials would be GIE. If it were a word in the English language, it would be pronounced like "guy".
Am I wasting my time being...
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