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December 14th, 2014, 09:11 PM
I've been rethinking middle names for Ramona "Romy", Phoebe, Lola, and Hazel lately and I'm having a bit of trouble.
I've started liking somewhat unexpected names in the middle and quite...
Recently, I've started warming up to the name Asher. I like that it's biblical and I love that it means "fortunate, blessed, happy one." However, I was reading a couple's blog and they have a...
Ok, I decided on Ramona Alouette (I know it's three syllables, but...) and Phoebe Lavender. I can't decide on a middle for Hazel. So, what would you suggest? Since Alouette and Lavender are both...
I was wondering what middle names you would suggest with the names Ramona, Hazel, and Phoebe?
I like middle names to be pretty different (I like Fable, Seren, and Alula, for example)...
November 22nd, 2014, 09:28 PM
I was thinking about middle names and I thought that an element theme would be pretty cool. Usually there are four elements (earth, water, fire, and air), but I have five names in...
November 16th, 2014, 01:14 PM
Thanks for the suggestions! I love Clara, Edith, Evelyn, Violet, Olive, Clio, Eleanor, Harriet, Maren, and Willa.
What do you guys think about Leonie or Lenore? I think Leonie would go well, but...
November 15th, 2014, 12:31 PM
I wanted to know what you all would name a (hypothetical) sister to kids named Silas, Jude, Phoebe, and Ramona.
Preferably 1-2 syllables, but 3 with a nickname would be okay and...
I'm writing a story and there's a family of five kids: three girls and two boys. I have Ramona and Silas, but I can't think of any other names to go with, so I figured y'all could help me.
November 2nd, 2014, 10:53 PM
What do you think about Ramona, Marlowe, and Hattie or Ramona, Marlowe, and Willa?
November 2nd, 2014, 04:42 PM
Which sibset do you prefer:
Ramona, Marlowe, and Louise (I love this, but worry that the names sound too similar)
Ramona, Marlowe, and Edie (I love all the names, but feel...
I was wondering which names (one from each list below) you would pair together for middle names for Ramona.
Poll: Bird or Birdie
I was wondering which name you prefer: Bird or Birdie? I like the flow (if that makes sense) of Birdie better than Bird, but I feel like Birdie may be more nickname-y and more for a...
Would the baby name Hazel be too matchy with a mom named Violet?
What girl names do you think fit well with Ramona and Silas? I like Hazel with the names, but it's getting a bit too trendy and popular. What names would you suggest? (preferably one or two syllables...
I'm having a hard time coming up with another middle name for these:
Hazel Matilda ?
Hazel Beatrice/Beatrix ?
Hazel Josephine ?
What name would you use to complete each of these (preferably a...
September 21st, 2014, 05:33 PM
Lucelia (a cross between Lucy and Cecilia)
September 20th, 2014, 12:34 PM
Thank you! I like the suggestions of Frances, Evelyn, Cora, and Josephine.
September 19th, 2014, 08:36 PM
As the title says, I'm looking for which combination you think goes best with Ramona, Silas, and Theodore "Theo".
If you don't think that any fit, what would you suggest?
September 19th, 2014, 08:29 PM
I adore Edith "Edie" and Jane and I think they both would go well with Rosemary, Elizabeth "Betsy", and Anthony "Tony"!
I don't really care for Dorothy, Irene, and Ruth. While I love old...
My great-grandmothers are:
If I go back one more generation, there are some more interesting names like:
Poll: Walter or Silas
Would you choose Walter or Silas to go with Penelope, Theo, Ramona, and Vivian?
I'm having trouble coming up with, as the title suggests, a middle name for Penelope. I'd like something more old and vintage just so the name doesn't sound too trendy. Probably one or two syllable...
Poll: Phoebe or Penelope?
I was wondering whether you prefer Phoebe or Penelope with the name Theo, Ramona, Vivian, and Walter?
I love both names, but each seems to have a problem for me. With Phoebe, I...
I absolutely love the name Hattie! It's such a charming vintage name that you can see on someone of any age. I don't think it needs a full name, especially because it wears so well. Harriet isn't my...
September 6th, 2014, 09:47 PM
I almost always go for the full names when a name is one or two syllables. I will never understand why a two syllable name needs a nickname that's just as long. My only exception to this would be...
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