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My son is named Clyde! I think it's a great name! And you at right, it is very unusual. We don't know of any other boys with that name. People seem to respond well to his name and I like that there...
Frances Maybelle was born yesterday afternoon.
Her first name is for her paternal grandfather and great grandfather. Her middle name is one I found on Nameberry and it is a perfect fit that ticked...
How about Margo Frances? Or Willa Frances?
How about any B name with Lily as the middle?
Beatrice Lilly - Billie
April 8th, 2014, 03:56 PM
SaraAllison, thanks for weighing in! Frances is a family name for us, too. My FIL's name and his father and HIS father! It's a great name and it goes so well with your DD's first name.
Sharona would work.
I like Belle best of the options you listed. I think because Norah and Green both have two syllables a one syllable middle has good flow. I think a longer name would also sound good.
April 7th, 2014, 06:33 PM
Thank you all for weighing in. Sounds like we can't go wrong with Frances Belle or Frances Bea. Any opinions at all on Maybelle? I kinda like it in a GP kinda way but my husband thinks it sounds "too...
April 7th, 2014, 02:39 PM
Thanks for the suggestions! I will run those by my husband and see what he thinks. Beau was born in May, I forgot to say that. What do you all think of Frances Mae or even Frances Maybelle?
April 7th, 2014, 02:23 PM
Oh, I should have been more clear- I want to honor my brother, Beaumont, but I am not thinking of using that name. Especially with unisex Frances I would like a more feminine middle name.
April 7th, 2014, 01:42 PM
I'd love some name feedback/advice from you all- I think we are pretty settled on Frances for our baby girl's first name. We will likely call her Frannie.
My brother died this fall and I would like...
My son is named Clyde William! Clyde Francis is great, too. From my experience with the name people seem to respond favorably for the most part. I think it is in that sweet spot of being...
September 9th, 2013, 02:27 PM
My son is named Clyde. His nickname is Mr Muffins. :) We figured if he really wanted to shorten his name he could go by Cy.
People seems to have strong reactions to his name. Some people LOVE it...
Not a -pen name but my current favorite way to get to Penny is Millicent. My husband thinks the Cent=Penny is a little ham fisted but I think it's cute.
June 23rd, 2013, 01:05 AM
Lorcan means little and fierce.
June 22nd, 2013, 11:34 PM
I like Martin Luther, too.
Here's what I've got. Some of them are a bit of a stretch, I'll admit.
I like the suggestions of Augustine or Paul as those were Luther's main influences.
June 11th, 2013, 02:21 AM
What is it that you like about Ezra and Zepplin? That way we can make educated suggestions.
I think Graham Rum-Lee needs 3 (+) syllables in the middle for best flow.
Graham Elliott Rum-Lee is nice, as is Graham Theodore Rum-Lee mentioned up thread. You could also do 1 syllable like Ian?...
June 7th, 2013, 04:50 PM
I think Ari could work as a nn for Alaric.
June 5th, 2013, 05:26 PM
I have a son and before we found out he was a boy I really thought he was a girl. Probably because we'd be talking a lot about girl names. Anyway, I was surprised to find out he was a boy and it did...
I think pretty much anything works in the middle spot. But I'd go even more masculine and slightly more common than Aurelian. Something like Ezekiel, Sebastian, Malcolm, depending on your taste, of...
In laws- Jason, Joel, Joshua
My side- Camden
Cousins- Aaron, Gabriel, Daniel, Benjamin, David, Luke, Joel, William, Andrew, Nathaniel, Philip.
My brothers-Austin, Tyler, Beaumont, Coleman,...
I know a Shaedyn- so it feels feminine to me.
I did think of Marlo Thomas but how often will you say your kids full names together? probably not often enough for it to be worth a thought. I think Reid Thomas is very handsome.
May 15th, 2013, 12:44 AM
I really like Roscoe with Bugsy! or how about Guthrie?
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