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January 27th, 2015, 12:25 PM
Used to babysit a Sienna and Sierra. Both cute names in their own right but a bit too similar for twins.
January 27th, 2015, 12:21 PM
You could consider Jacy (Jay-see) or some other spelling of that. Jacinth is a French name that you could also use or Giacintha (its Italian cousin).
For Herman, you might go with Hermione. It's...
January 27th, 2015, 12:16 PM
Given your other children's names, I'm going to advise you to stay clear of anything starting with Br- and anything ending with -ly/leigh. They'll sound too similar to your other names. They'll sound...
January 27th, 2015, 12:13 PM
I'd love to take a crack at your list.
Sylvie-- I don't love the idea of Sylvie and Silas together-- sounds like twins.
Hattie-- It's a bit marmish for my taste. I'd definitely rather have a full...
January 27th, 2015, 11:59 AM
I'm not a big fan of Sivan, personally. I definitely wouldn't know how to pronounce it correctly and I wouldn't know how to spell it either. In English, names that have two syllables and the emphasis...
July 23rd, 2014, 02:39 AM
I think for one thing, not every parent is a nameberry parent. Not everyone puts as much thought into the names as most of us do. So given how difficult it often is to pick just one name, the middle...
April 28th, 2014, 01:25 AM
Me: Clementine Mira
Husband: Sawyer John
1: Charles Silas
2: Juliet Allegra
3: Max Evander
4: Daisy Rhiannon
5: Indie Anika
Yeah. IBS is a problem. I don't like the double Is though either.
I was going to suggest Ivy Rielle but I'm not sure IRS is any better. ;)
Find something else is my suggestion. Similar sounds:
October 3rd, 2013, 09:01 PM
I think you have some great options! Here are my thoughts.
Dylan is a bit too common. And it's now becoming probably even a bit passe for his generation. So I'd steer hubby away from that one....
October 3rd, 2013, 08:52 PM
What do you think of the name? I know people associate it with Vespas but it has a lot more meaning for me and I really like it. I don't think that association is that negative. There's also the Bond...
Both of those names are very feminine so I think there are LOTS of great options!
Here are a few up and comers I could see working:
October 2nd, 2013, 02:49 AM
Andromeda is too much I think. Honestly. It's a lot.
Both Arwen and Luna are great. Whimsical and slightly geeky (in a good way)!
Perseus I think is a bit out there still. I probably would try it...
I agree Pandora is better left to fantasy novels for the aforementioned reasons. I'd like to suggest some sound alikes!
Eudora (lovely lovely lovely! Rare, but I could see it coming...
I knew a Willie. It's not a great name. Steer clear.
Will is your only option there if you're set on William. Or you could go super modern and call him Fitzwilliam and go by Fitz! (Mr Darcy's...
April 15th, 2013, 11:02 PM
Can't get more classic than John, Andrew or Thomas. All of which have delightful nicknames, I think.
How about Max or Henry?
I might also suggest Charlie.
Both Spencer and Leighton strike me as trendy... perhaps inspired by Pretty Little Liars and the Gossip Girl starlet? Lucia is pretty, I just never know how to pronounce it. Lucy-a, Loosha, or...
April 15th, 2013, 10:53 PM
India - Gone with the Wind
Haydee - The Count of Monte Cristo
Briony - Atonement
Portia - Merchant of Venice
Tessa - The Constant Nymph
Dagny - Atlas Shrugged
Zeena - Ethan Frome
Hero - Much...
I love Evangeline. It's on my list! Also consider Vera... an unconventional nickname, but it still works. Evian (if you can get over the water brand!), Evander or Everly are other options.
I love Brady. It's a great name!
Other suggestions... Bastian, Branson, Beau, Boone. I don't think Raylan is too feminine. I went to high school with a guy named Ryland and he didn't get much flack...
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