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Love! I keep trying to sell my husband on it with the nickname Gus for future babies.
I love Emery Raya. I also like Aria Orli okay.
Maybe consider Este, Adalia, or Mahala,
What name would you put with Memphis and Evie? Just starting to think about it so open to pretty much anything.
I think Carter Jack sounds really nice.
April 3rd, 2014, 01:07 AM
I love Gus. Maybe Augustus would be a more appealing long form? Either that, Lionel, or Otis would get my pick.
Augustus Rex or Otis Rex are both really fantastic combinations.
April 3rd, 2014, 01:04 AM
I LOVE Everett with Malcolm
April 3rd, 2014, 12:58 AM
I favor the group 4 names too, although it's a bonus if they have a type 1 nickname. My daughter is an Eleanor who is currently called Ella. :P
April 2nd, 2014, 04:44 PM
I definitely assign certain traits to certain names even if it isn't always fair.
1. Daisy or Eliza or Caroline
2. Hope or Alexandra or Cordelia
3. Ramona or Eloise or Madison
4. Beatrice or...
I love Annabelle (any spelling). I think it's classic without feeling old. I like Anastasia, but it's a little too much for me. And the 50 Shades reference would kill me.
Thank you all for your sweet replies!
I love the combination of Oscar Harrison!
I still love Ezra (it would have been her name if she was a boy) but now I worry about the repeating E's, especially if we decide to have a third.
This is helpful! I love seeing the different perceptions.
Lenora, Amaryllis, Henrietta, or Serenella could potentially work.
I think Alice and Juliet are both lovely. But I'd be ore surprised (in a good way) to meet a tiny Juliet.
April 1st, 2014, 04:53 PM
Like - Griffin or Louie
Dislike - Oakley
Keeping Alice in mind
1. George (Very classic, royal sounding combo)
2. Clark (Makes the combo sound a little modern and spunky)
I think it's fine. Winston is a name that has been growing on me actually.
I think my top combos would be:
Abraham Atticus Edward
Abraham William Thomas
Jonah Edward Atticus
Jonah Matthew Henry
I have an Eleanor. So I'm biased, but I love it. If you plan on using a nickname though just be aware of how popular any E name is. At a friends birthday party last weekend there was our Ella, an...
Georgia Marion is fantastic.
Stay away from unisex sounding middle names with a unisex first name.
I really like the way Elliot Kate sounds together.
Have you considered Jane, Belle, Amelia, Ivy, Claire?
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