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Because Hadley is such a new name, I think something classic would be great in the middle:
Of your top 3, I like...
Thaz or Taz
Annelies feels unfinished to me. I love Anneliese though!
August 4th, 2014, 09:42 PM
@privacyplease, I totally get what you mean worrying about a name causing a behavior, but the only Wilder I know is the sweetest freaking kid ever and is so lax. His parents named him that to see if...
August 4th, 2014, 09:27 PM
gg: Beatrice and Georgiana (jor-jah-nuh)
bg: Benjamin and Georgiana
bb: Benjamin and Gregory
August 4th, 2014, 09:13 PM
July 20th, 2014, 08:20 PM
I do associate it with being a girl's name, however I think other Quin- names can work with the nn Quinn: Quincy and Quinlan for example.
July 15th, 2014, 03:18 PM
I have a cousin named Amber Dawn, which is close to Ember, but is slightly more wearable IMO.
July 15th, 2014, 03:14 PM
Any of the other names with Bay Winter as two middles. Isla Bay Winter is my favorite, but may be a little too nature-y for some.
I prefer Darcie on girls and Darcy on boys. I don't like Sybil or Gwen at all.
I have a cousin in her 30s who is named Alina. She's the only person I know with that name, so you have that going for it! I think it definitely ages well and is close, but not too similar, to...
May 21st, 2014, 04:23 PM
Lucia - Louisa, Louella, Leila, Lucinda
Sanna - Susanna, Samantha, Sienna, Senna
Luna - Eliana, Lyra, Selena, Lara
Kennedy - McKinnley, Addison, Reagan, Riley
Nina - Mia, Maya, Ingrid, Nora(h),...
I just prefer the look of the Margot spelling, but if you feel compelled to include your heritage in the name, then I don't see any reason to not use the Margo spelling.
Evelyn has the Eve that you like, but the three syllables you think would work!
May 7th, 2014, 04:09 PM
Everly and Yardl(e)y/Yearsley/Yearly/Yeardley have the same meaning. Yardley is typically used as a boy name, but I don't see any reason for you to not use it on your daughter if you like it or any...
I know one girl dog named Bailey, lots of human girls named Bailey, and zero boys named Bailey, though maybe have heard it as a surname once or twice. I've also seen Baylee.
I like the name Spencer for a girl just fine. I like Harper, but because of the main character in a favorite book of mine, so it's disappointing to me that it's so popular nowadays, since the book...
April 24th, 2014, 02:55 PM
@miloowen Klamidia is a common name in place like Ukraine and Kazakhstan. I was supposed to go to Kazakhstan a few years ago and we were told this bit of information so we wouldn't be surprised by...
When I think of Darcy for a boy, I also think of Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. For a girl I think Darcie and the only girl I know with that name. I think it really can work for either gender.
April 15th, 2014, 06:46 PM
I agree with themonarch! Get to know your baby girl and decide on a name in a few days or weeks. Different states have different rules for how long you can wait to name them without a fee, but I...
March 28th, 2014, 11:35 PM
Uh. Wow. People here have some dark minds if they immediately think of baby grim reapers. I really really like Harvester! I think it would be great for a baby born in the fall at the time of harvest...
Imogen = Im uh jen; it's not really "uh" but not really "oh" for the middle syllable. Kinda in the middle. Same for what I put for the second name.
Imogene = Im uh jean
I love nickname Posey, so Josephine is my choice for that reason. I like Mellie or Millie for Amelia also, but I agree with PP: Amelia and Olivia are too close for me. Somehow, Emilia does feel the...
I like the name itself fine, but it's nms. I love the -ey at the end because my last name ends in an -ey and people always get it wrong, so I like seeing it used elsewhere. However, I think the -ey...
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