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Montgomery was at the very top of my list. I love Montgomery Clift and I love the name. I was going to use it for our son with the nn Murray or Emery until my sister in law stole...
On September 19 we welcomed Sterling Michael into the world! Thanks for your help with the naming process! We didn't actually decide until several hours after he was born, but I think it fits him...
Casimir is my husband's top choice for our son. I'm the one who originally suggested it but he has grown to like it even more than I do, mostly because of all the positive feedback he's gotten from...
May 19th, 2012, 06:36 PM
I'm kind of surprised to see some repeats of names we have in my family! I have never heard of another Zona Mae (paternal great-grandmother) or Nora Belle (paternal great-aunt). I believe those two...
April 13th, 2012, 09:33 PM
I agree that Florentina is the only "normal" sounding name here. Everything else is going to raise eyebrows and may take several attempts to communicate how they are spelled and/or pronounced. It...
April 13th, 2012, 09:02 PM
My husband and I have both decided we like Casimir. Hurray, we agree! I didn't really think of pronunciation at first - I read it as "Kaz-i-meer" (short a and short first i, long e sound for the...
I love Elwood because of the movie Harvey with Jimmy Stewart. It makes me smile to say it! At the same time, it would be difficult to pull off today. It sounds a little like Elmer, which is not...
April 13th, 2012, 07:57 PM
I like Etienne a lot, and I don't think it would be too hard to pronounce. I guess I did take French in school, but I still don't think it's too exotic. Roman is nice as well. I think you should...
April 13th, 2012, 07:40 PM
Bosco is kind of cool. That's my favorite from your list. I could see a little Bosco on the playground, but it has enough substance to be a grown man. I like the sound of Pastor, (pronounced with...
April 11th, 2012, 03:27 AM
I really like the sound of boy names or nicknames that end in a ch sound - i.e. Mitch or Fletch, but I am wondering if there are others because I haven't been able to think of them!
We're having a boy! But DH and I had only agreed on a girl name so a boy does complicate things...we both like names that are older sounding/literary/maybe a little unusual, but not too trendy. He...
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