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August 28th, 2015, 09:27 AM
Oh what lovely names. Yes, Archer-Margot-Oscar all have that ARR but Archer-Camille-Leon is what stood out to me as working beautifully together, all unique sounding/ending but with some nice...
Hmm interesting. I've never thought of Rebecca as dated, just classic and Biblical, as others have said. Actually I think it's quite elegant :) Rachel is also classic and Biblical but does sound...
August 15th, 2015, 09:02 AM
Congrats! I love those names and how meaningful they are!
Erix makes me think SUPER COOL. Short and easy to spell. I think a boy would love to have the unique X. I also think his name will forever be mistaken as Eric when introducing himself.
Here are some more culturally neutral English/Spanish suggestions, in case there's one here you hadn't considered. I think they all work equally well in both languages and many can be written with or...
I vote for Dixie :) I know a woman with that first name and I think it's cute. Both are VERY southern charm!
Yeah I think Posy/Posey is adorable, but too cutesy and insubstantial in my mind for anything bigger than say a four-year-old little girl. I just can not picture a grown-up professional woman with...
My first thought was CLEE-uh, like how I would pronounce Lea(h). But a split second later I thought oh maybe CLAY-uh. I've never met or heard of anyone with this name, so I can see it going either...
July 30th, 2015, 10:07 PM
Maura Michael sounds great! I really love where this name is going....
Several of these were previously suggested but here are the variations on Catherine that I think would be particularly...
Awe what a cute name :) I would spell it Caimbree! All other spellings I would pronounce "cam-bree", and since it's not a very common name with one main recognized spelling anyway I don't think...
I would say Ehv-er. I love it! It's short, easy to spell, and incredibly intriguing. I think it would work equally well for a boy (sounds similar to Trevor) or a girl (looks similar to Eve).
July 21st, 2015, 07:18 PM
Ah I love nature names! Willow Harper is lovely. Cedar doesn't strike me as masculine or feminine, just very pleasant and unique. I worry that because of its sound and unusualness it might be hard to...
July 21st, 2015, 05:53 PM
Currently 8 months pregnant with son #1 and hubby and I love the name Damian/Damien and have had it picked out for years as our favorite boy name. We've been calling my bump Damien for months now.
July 21st, 2015, 02:04 PM
Cute :) From your list I especially like Arthur and Theodore with the others.
I might also suggest:
I think three middles would be cumbersome in our society, but hey, that is how princes and princesses get named :) I'm not sure what would and wouldn't cause trouble on official documents, but worth...
I think both names are absolutely beautiful! I love Walden/Wade slightly more, particularly because Lowery does look similar to "flowery" and I worry that maybe that would be open for teasing? But as...
I agree with pp that my first association that comes to mind is Daisy Buchanan, a girl, and only secondly the US President, a boy.... but Buchanan doesn't really strike me as a masculine or feminine...
I like Trent. I think it's a versatile name - somewhat modern and fresh sounding (not dated or overused), but also familiar (not new or weird), easy to spell, and respectable. To me it's definitely...
I think there's a big difference between the way Clair and Claira sound with your last name. Clair Clark sounds abrupt, harsh, and not well put together as a name to me. But Claira, with the extra...
April 24th, 2015, 10:03 PM
Hmmm well let's see here…..
Arthur - soft, vintage, king of knights
Gareth - knight
Lionel - knight
Lucian/Lucius - strong yet so sweet on the ears!
Percy - soft and vintage...
Ah these are such cute name choices!
Daisy Jane and Lucy Jane (or Lucy Emma) are tied as my favorites.
Charlie, Tilly, and Daisy strikes me as a fantastic sibset in the style and...
February 22nd, 2015, 09:25 AM
I like both Valentina and Augustina. While I do agree that Valentina flows slightly better because it avoids the consecutive AH sounds, I don't find it "way off" at all! I think both Freya Valentina...
Yes, I think it can stand up on its own just fine. I can picture Dash as a kid (the only one I've ever met was in my elementary class in the late 90's), but I can also see it working for grown-up...
Wow I love Seren Beatrix! That is gorgeous and has such a nice meaning too!
I really like:
Seren Beatrix and Theodore Rhys
Seren Beatrix and Theodore Quinn
Seren Beatrix and Theodore Lev
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