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November 14th, 2013, 04:36 PM
I respect your opinion, it is absolutely your right to have it, but I disagree entirely with you. Yes, this is a forum of mostly mothers, but there are a great many number of mothers in the world who...
November 13th, 2013, 11:53 AM
Firstly, I admire that you are sensitive to this issue, and are aware of the effects naming your daughter, say, Logan, may have.
However, there is no right answer. As you've expressed, one...
November 13th, 2013, 09:39 AM
I'll admit, although I read most of this thread, I did get to around page 18, then skipped to the end because I wanted to add my two-cents on the subject. I was actually very impressed by the...
As a Louisa, I feel quite strongly about the fact that they're two separate names. To me, they are two completely different people and, to be honest, if you're going to call your kid Louise, you may...
Henry nn Huck - maybe I'm thinking a liiiittle too much Tom Sawyer!
Sebastian nn Seb/Bassy/Baz
Woo a little Louisa! From one Louisa to another, welcome to the world! Lovely to see it used! Congrats! George and Louisa are a lovely combination!
Ah! Such a fun one! Walden Stanley is an ace name! Something to match that is tricky but so much fun! From the list you just posted I like Escher and Ansel the most, but like others I think Soren is...
October 19th, 2013, 02:29 PM
You say that she doesn't feel a lucia to you, but what does she feel like? Does she feel like any of the names you have suggested?
Personally, I love Juliette/Juliet, and it's a shame that...
Honestly? My very first thought is the word 'plump'. I picture a fat little girl and not much else, Im afraid! its one of those word names that, like Apple, just dont work on a person.
The French pronunciation is lay-on. It has an accent over the e
October 15th, 2013, 03:46 PM
I grew up with a boy called Dorian, and the only thing I thought strange about it was that he had a brother called Josh - slightly mismatched combinations! I have to say though, I really like it,...
Aahh perfect! I'm so glad that you like Seamus Arthur! I have to admit it came to me because of Arthur Guinness!! But if your favourite uncle was called Arthur then it just seems like fate! Seamus...
October 9th, 2013, 02:24 AM
My first thought was Ezra Dean - it has the same 'Bible cool' feel of Noah and Jude, only without the massive popularity or the bad flow.
Others off the top of my head:
October 8th, 2013, 02:51 PM
What's his middle name? Maybe you could call him by that, making it easier than completely changing his name?
Usually I'm against name changing but in this case...in all honesty I'm not a fan of...
I really love it when parents have a very clear picture of the kind of name they want for their children, imagery is so important!
Is it bad that I kind of like Caspian 'katlen'? Cas Katlen,...
Tressa, my first thought reading through all this was why not just Poet? But once I heard the surname it just didn't really click.
With regards to Posey I always think of Posy Fossil from Noel...
Odette - my first thought is 'odious', which is a shame because the next is 'ode', s far nicer association. I think there are much nicer -ette names, or another suggestion from Odette would be...
October 8th, 2013, 03:26 AM
My suggestion is Bryce (for some reason I always associate it with Avery, I'm not sure why!) although I second suggestions of Wyatt and Kieran.
October 5th, 2013, 06:31 PM
My first thought, before I even got to your mention of it was Benjamin WITH the nn Benjy, Huck and Benjy! Or Jam! Huck and Jam!
If you like Toby, why not Tobin? I know a Tobin, and he wears it...
I know two Xaviers who pronounce it the French way, ZAV-ee-air, both with the nn 'Xav' - Zav. It's he way I prefer it, but with the English pronunciation I would go with Zay-vee-er
Otto would be ace! Or Viggo! Good, solid Scandinavian names - Anders also is lovely, Thor (pronounced Tor) is super cool.
John, nn. Johnnie is underused and totally ready for a comeback!
I LOVE the name Dean. My first association with it is Dean from Supernatural - I think strong, masculine, handsome, no nonsense. To me it is on the same plane as Frank - straight forward, no frills,...
This is one if my favourite name themes to think about, as I love the imagery surfer names evoke!
Are you a fan of Hawaiian names? Things like:
If you like Bali...
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