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Brooksie? As a silly maternal nickname within the four walls of home it is fine, but on a birth certificate?
Don't know a Cadence, not particularly keen to. It reminds me of the unbearably common Caden.
I love Orion and Canyon is nice.
I have a public list of male nature names, one of my favorite categories.
Some of them:
Linden, Elm, Cedar, Forest, Spruce, Pine, Balsam, Beech, Oak
I love author and artist names. Hopefully any interesting name would convey its non-Aidanness.
Love it! Great and I love Kip too.
May 19th, 2015, 12:40 AM
Camille and Alice don't seem blah to me. I greatly prefer Calla or Camellia, but Alice is a favorite.
Celeste and Margot don't seem like crazy taste to me. Pretty normal names. Don't pay...
May 19th, 2015, 12:37 AM
Felicity Iris is GORGEOUS! Just perfect. :)
Felicity sounds like a happy, dainty blonde girl.
Lyra I love (my late beloved cat's name), but Felicity Lyra doesn't sound right.
I love the name Jane, but a middle is challenging since Jane is so often a middle itself.
Multi-syllabic names don't sound right, but what about Jane Elizabeth or Jane Helen or Jane Dot?
May 17th, 2015, 11:18 PM
Anthony is lovely and smooth and melodic, but I am not wild about Tony.
Dominic reminds me of this jerky kid I once knew, a little too glib and charming.
Connor -- really cannot stand.
Poll: April Fool's, right?
April Fool's, right?
Well, I do think of Uriah Heep, which I know doesn't help. Anything as far from Heep as you can get. Uriah James? Something one syllable, I think.
What are your favorite autumnal names? I love...
May 17th, 2015, 11:07 PM
All that really matters is that you both agree on James for the first name. Choose two middles you like and one of his less sucky ones and life will be fine. Really! :)
Robert Jackson (Bob)
Sandra Marie (Sandi)
These are all great names! :)
Edward seems a tad over-used, but it leads to Ward which I love.
Edwin is cool and uncommon yet not weird. I love Win as a nickname. The name has a Dickensian...
May 16th, 2015, 08:08 PM
I like Julie and Julia better than both.
Zamora is my favorite. Zoe and Zelda too.
Leonie is charming, bright, French.
Leona sounds like an old lady with bunions and a bouffant hairdo (to me, obviously).
Trinity is a beautiful word, but it is religious, so unless that has meaning for you I would choose Liberty.
Cynthia is a nice name.
I love Cynara, Cinda, Lucinda, Lucia too.
I call my kitty Bessie Beulah as a nickname and love both names.
I love Beulah!!!!!!
May 16th, 2015, 01:10 AM
Timeless and sassy.
May 10th, 2015, 01:02 AM
Garnet as a "compact" name; I like that description. With so many multi-syallabic, -a ending names for girls, many of them over the top, tidy names like Garnet do become pleasantly appealing.
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