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November 23rd, 2013, 05:59 PM
Your bowling and beating everyone! 198. You go get some nachos for you and your friends. You see a guy that you haven't seen since high school. You hang out with him all night. His name...
November 23rd, 2013, 05:32 PM
My parents grew up in huge families. My dad is one of 10, and my mother is one of 8.
Dennis & Lilly:
Matthew Orson & wife, Corinne:
My name is Adelaide Clary, and after retiring from professional dancing, I decided to open a ballet studio to pass on my love of dancing to a new generation.
1. Armand Henri Reville...
I love Eleanor.
For boys, something traditional but a little outgoing:
Willoughby/Wilson/Willis (nn: Will)
Nathaniel (Nate is cool, right?)
As a child, I was bossy and rather willing to lie and create my own rules over my friends. And being around people, gathering attention, that was my forte. I'd say I was a Maris Jane, Chloe Eliza,...
February 5th, 2013, 06:41 PM
1) No way. Obviously you like a certain pattern, it's worked for you, and your brain is just fixated on the idea of it. So no, you're not overthinking it, but it wouldn't hurt to try something new....
Classic short names? Rare but existent! If you want one that equals out to Kate, maybe try..
Kate & Jane
Kate & June
Kate & Rose
Kate & May
Kate & Jean
Kate & Clare
Kate & Ree
Kate & Reese
I have a daughter named Hazel... so I feel for you. Some names that I've incorporated into my kids (first and middle, all a jumble)...
February 5th, 2013, 06:22 PM
Ruby Louise & June Elizabeth (2)
Alex & Sydney (both girls, 21)
Leonard & Howard (men, 40s)
Marley & Rose (4)
Corbin & Hudson (6)
Scout & Meyer (girl, boy, 3)
Abby & Becky (Abigail & Rebecca,...
Love Thomas Franklin! So handsome. It definitely needs a complimentary name. And I love your style, so maybe I can help you out. I have three girls, Clara, Hazel, and Jane (Hazel's first name is...
Love Audrey and Miles! I suggest a third siblings would sound great as:
There are plenty of options, depending on time period, meaning, etc. Since you used Anastasia, I can assume you like more traditional, classical names, so I'll give you a few that I know well:
Iris is far more popular now than it was then. In the 1830s, naming a child Iris when you have such conservative, traditional names was very uncommon. Not typically unheard of, but rare. To be...
February 5th, 2013, 05:39 PM
Love the strong character names. Unique, not overdone, but definitely not someone you forget. I'd go with...
Josephine/Josie/Jo (tough-sounding as Jo, hard to forget)
Beautiful names! Very unique and inspiring. I'm sure you'll hear a lot of people say that the double M's make it hard to give your children another letter name. I have Clara and Catherine, and I...
February 4th, 2013, 07:14 PM
1. Briar Genevive
2. Josephine Isabella
3. Ruby Madeleine
4. Cora Catherine
5. Vivian Marie
I have a daughter named Catherine Hazel and she goes by her middle name! I like seeing both of those on here, even if they don't interest you ;)
If you wanted to do Gracie for sure, here's what I...
February 4th, 2013, 07:01 PM
I love the vintage middles. My daughters are Clara Louise, Catherine Hazel, and Jane Cecelia. Not exactly like your ideas, but I love yours!
Eloise Ruby has a lot of meaning to it. Amelia is a...
February 4th, 2013, 06:56 PM
My daughter is named Catherine Hazel.
It wasn't too trendy, not foreign either. I'm sure you like those "out there" middle names, but maybe one of those will suit you. If not, I'd keep it...
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