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It just sounds like they're trying too hard to be edgy, but I'm sorry guys; this trend is old already.
I've only ever known one Ashley, and he was a boy. It wouldn't surprise me to hear it on either gender, though I do much prefer it on boys just because on a girl it sounds very 'stereotypical blonde...
I'm Olivia, and whilst I knew of a few, I haven't ran into many my age yet. There was one in my year at school last year, and now I'm at a new school there aren't any (although it is a majority boys'...
September 30th, 2014, 10:51 AM
I would love to! I'll do it via email, PM or Kik :)
These are some girls' names I'm newly or re-considering and would be really appreciative of berry feedback. :)
I actually know a girl my age named Brenda, and she wears it really easily so it doesn't seem weird or dated to me.
Northampton in the East Midlands region of England! My family are all from Yorkshire and the North East, though, so that's where I really consider myself to be from. :D
Matilda - I used to really dislike this but I'm warming to it. It's quirky and strong, and reminds me of the Roald Dahl character, who is a lovely namesake.
Adelaide - I love almost all the nn's for...
August 22nd, 2014, 10:05 PM
Bridget, Amelia (always loved Emilia though...), Eloise, Penelope, Iris, Willa
August, Jonah, Henry, Samuel, Isaac, River
I love Harlow too! It makes me think of the Golden Age of Hollywood, and vintage-y things...which is maybe why I like it, even though the name itself isn't vintage. Just...Harlow. It sounds so...
August 12th, 2014, 09:06 AM
I used to think I made up Brielle. (Yes, really!) I also had the brilliant idea of taking boys' names ending in -n and removing the n. One I particularly remember was Tarqui, pronounced with a long...
August 11th, 2014, 07:58 PM
Sophia - Love, love, love. Sassy, sweet, spunky, yet with an undeniable gorgeous vintage charm. Love the meaning and it's history.
Emma - Pretty enough. Used to like it but now I'm kind of...
July 25th, 2014, 07:03 PM
When you imagine the names people you know might give their kids.
When you deliberately walk through graveyards and go through old family records just to look for some wonderful old names.
Ignatius, Reverie and Wildrose. I'd perhaps still use these names as middles, though.
Edmund Wilder is such a gorgeous name!
Um, my cat's name is Leo. That's really the only name I would have otherwise had on my list.
At first glance I read it as Ah-LEE-nah, but I could also see it as Ah-LAY-nah.
I love it and would totally use it if it weren't so similar to my own name. I think it's just perfect - familiar but not over-popular; pretty and strong; with a sweet vintage-y feel.
I like the idea of combining two names. That way, each person's family is honoured, whilst also representing the whole new family you're creating upon marriage. It's more symbolic. I agree that the...
Red hair and green eyes is pretty rare, I think. As well as dark/black hair and blue eyes.
I've always said my name Uh-livia, but it probably depends on accent.
June 19th, 2014, 03:34 AM
Oh, Joel Bay made my heart skip a beat! So lovely. Eden Pascal is a great one too.
June 15th, 2014, 07:55 PM
Cressida, Ottilie, Sophronia, Persephone, Aurora
Jericho, Boaz, Xavier
June 15th, 2014, 09:34 AM
Ignatius is the only one I can think of for a boy.
Bellatrix, Isolde, Thisbe, Evadne and Avalon for girls.
Three - two girls and one boy. I'd ideally like at least one of each.
Girl/Boy Twins: Saskia Maeve Kerensa & Tobias Rowan Dmitri
Girl: Bryony Saoirse Wren
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