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April 22nd, 2015, 09:09 PM
I have a list for every letter of the alphabet and it screams geek. At least a number of these are reasonable for me since I'm Celtic/Germanic/Nordic/Italian.
April 9th, 2015, 01:23 AM
Mine have been mostly the same for about ten years.
1. Alexander James
2. Daniel Jacob
3. Christopher Robert
I'm also including a forth, Erik Joseph, in case I end up married to a man with...
I think when I was a kid I knew a girl named Morgan and as a result I've always thought it sounded like a girl name. However, I know of more males named Morgan: Morgan Freeman, Morgan from "General...
Sounds like a boy name to me. It makes me thing of the Hudson River and Doc Hudson, a.k.a. the Hudson Hornet, from Cars.
April 2nd, 2015, 12:01 AM
1. Boy names do not belong on girls. I still consider Jordan a boy name since I associate it with the basketball player, but I tolerate it as a girl name because it's my niece's name and I knew a...
1. Alexander (Alex)
2. Alyssa (Lyssa)
3. Benjamin (Ben)
4. Brienne (Bree)
5. Christopher (Cristo)
6. Catherine (Cate)
7. Daniel (Danny)
8. Danielle (Dani)
10. Elizabeth (Lizzy)
I prefer Josephine since it's one less syllable and if you went with Josephina there'd be two -a endings. Besides, I immediately thought of Grandma Josephine from Willy Wonka and Josephine "Jo"...
I typically don't like names starting with B that much for some reason, but I do like Brienne. It's a lot more subtle than Daenerys or Khaleesi and there are similar names already available. Besides,...
December 7th, 2014, 04:11 AM
When I was a kid we always went on weekend trips to a town four hours away, but we left after I got home for the weekend. Longer trips were always when I was out of school. For the most part I only...
Blood Status: Muggleborn
Wand: Hawthorn, unicorn hair, 11", surprisingly swishy
Pet: Calico tabby named Snickers I got for Christmas when I was 8 (R.I.P.)
December 6th, 2014, 03:57 PM
I automatically thought of Belgium since it came up in my high school French class. As an American, I'd find it an odd name and immediately think of the character, though how many other Americans...
My name's Victoria (I prefer Vicki or Vic for everyday use). When I was in a French class in high school we all had to pick French names for use in class, so I picked Victoire Marie (my middle name...
December 6th, 2014, 02:47 PM
I like Lily by itself, but if we're going with long forms then Lilian (or Lillian). The negative association with Lilith is too off-putting.
I'm a bit biased in favor of Caroline Ava because I live in North Carolina and my grandma's name was Ava (pronounced "Ah-vah"). However, as a Jane Austen fan also gets associated with Caroline...
I have a Himalayan cat named Twinkie, a Pomeranian named Cookie Dough (Dough is his middle name), and a fish named Fishy-Fishy (its name was originally Sakura, but Mom couldn't remember or say it...
Not really playing to my strengths here since the gender imbalance leans toward female.
December 6th, 2014, 01:33 PM
Ava (pronounced "Ah-vah") Jane
Grandma wouldn't answer unless you included her middle name, which she considered part of her first name. Three of her brothers were...
March 27th, 2013, 10:13 PM
There's still a chance of it being wrong. They told Mom and Dad I was going to be a boy (granted, this was back in the early 90s).
This is my niece and brother-in-law. Are we sure she's turning six next week? I swear sometimes I think she's older even though I was there when she was born.
Bella: "Can I have your work badge?...
March 26th, 2013, 06:42 AM
It's your kid. Name her what you want and if she decides she hates her name she can change it later. Besides, this is why nicknames exist; so we can be called what we want to be called. My best...
I'm twelve years younger than my oldest sister and ten years younger than the other. All my cousins, except one, are at least 12 years older than me. So I was basically an only child. I was happy...
I see nothing wrong with it whatsoever. We all have a slight gender preference.
Dad was sort of hoping I'd be a boy since he was already surrounded by estrogen and I was definitely going to be his...
What's babyish or posh about it? That was just rude.
I'm 20 (nearly 21) and often call my mom Mama, though I favor Mom (for a long time I preferred Mama). I stopped using Mommy long ago. She hates...
I'll take his last name, but I want to keep mine as a second middle name because I'm attached. Besides, if I get published and keep my name I'll be confused with the other author who has my first and...
March 26th, 2013, 04:27 AM
I'm not pregnant and won't be anytime soon.
I want to find out what gender the kid is beforehand so I can just pick a name and be done with it and start going nuts with decorating the nursery (I...
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