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Jude - lovev it, although I don't love that it sounds just like "jew'd" which is an offensive phrase
Charlie - love!
Levi - this feels very backwoods hick to me, like someone who was raised on a...
First associations are the word turnpike and the word "pikey" as an insult.
If you live in America but ever plan on you or your kid visiting England for any length of time at any point in his...
October 17th, 2014, 04:45 PM
I love both of these and really don't want to have to choose between them. For as popular as Narnia is, it doesn't seem as ubiquitous as Twilight or Hunger Games, so to me at least, it seems like...
Sylvie was my first thought as well! I know one little Sylvie and she's a sweetheart
I know several Reagans, so the name Regan itself doesn't bother me, but Linda Blair is the actress who played the girl in the Exorcist, unless I'm mistaken? So Regan Blair or Regan Linda seems...
October 8th, 2014, 11:02 PM
I have no idea how real parents of multiples do this.
If it were me, I'd make a list of about 5-10 names and just narrow it down once I saw each baby and talked to them/interacted with them a bit....
October 3rd, 2014, 01:55 PM
I haven't had a kid yet, but I already know no one will know his/her name til after it's on the birth certificate.
I know people who have announced the name on fb and about half change their...
October 3rd, 2014, 08:24 AM
I am really liking Primrose with Clementine! Do you think it's too Hunger Games?
Also, how does Indiana work to get nn Indie? Or is Indie better as a full name?
A lot of people have suggested...
October 2nd, 2014, 06:17 PM
These are all really great suggestions! I'm liking a lot, but not loving any so far.
I should have added, I'm open to other nature and word names, so long as they aren't match-y. I mean Rose and...
October 2nd, 2014, 02:27 PM
My kids' potential surname is really, really short. We're talking an abrupt 1-syllable, starts with a J, rhymes with Beck.
Imogen is out, because of the repeating j-sounds. I can't use Rosamund,...
Couldn't there be a way to put new members on a trial basis, where they're only allowed to make a certain number of new threads (say 3), before they have to be approved by staff to be full members? ...
September 29th, 2014, 08:43 AM
I love love love Edmund, but it seems much fancier than the other boy names I like.
Edmund and August are my two constant favorites.
Other boy names I like include:
Hiram (pronounced hi-rum...
I've always adored Imogen, partly for the sound, and partly for the meaning (beloved).
I'm sort of dating a guy whose name also means beloved and because I constantly have names on the brain it...
In looking into my ancestor's names, I've discovered one whose name was Frainie (pronounced fray-nee), and I kind of love it.
My sister is a big history buff and was looking into census records...
September 27th, 2014, 12:46 PM
In the past few weeks, I've met a Scarlett, Charles, Carter (boy), Taylor (girl), and Tess
September 25th, 2014, 07:19 PM
September 24th, 2014, 07:07 PM
So I've got a list of girl names I'm considering and I'm just wondering what boy name you would put with each one. So rather than the girls being a sib-set, I'm looking at them as if there will only...
I love Helen! It reminds me of Helen from Jane Eyre
September 21st, 2014, 09:42 PM
I guess it more works for Mary + Susannah, but my first thought was Sariah
September 21st, 2014, 06:21 PM
I love the nickname Indie, but I don't like any of the names that lead to it.
Indiana could be cute on the right kid, but I am not fond of state names, have no connection to Indiana, and it...
I'm pretty much decided that two girls I have will be named Clementine Blythe and Imogen Lark.
But for siblings I'm stuck. So, Berries, what would you name their brothers and sisters? Fists and...
I was digging through family history records today and I knew my grandfather's name was Jan, and that he was from Holland, but I was curious about my ancestors further back. I found out that his...
Hate to say it, but all alternate spellings look truly awful to me.
Michaela looks lovely, and more importantly, like her parents know how to spell.
I think a lot of people think a creative...
September 15th, 2014, 07:17 PM
Okay, so my sister has this theory that there are 5 categories of girl name endings: -lyn, -ey, -ette, -er, and -a. (I submit that there are at least 5 more, but she is stubborn and only cares for...
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