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Ian -- Y
Austin -- N
Sebastian -- N
August -- N
Augustan -- N
Augustus -- N
Augustine -- N
Isaac -- Y
Isaiah -- Y
Joseph -- Y
November gives the nicknames Nova and Ember, so I think it's the winner, of the two.
I think April is a sweet name that ages well, so it's my favorite month name, generally.
September 4th, 2013, 01:42 AM
Valentine Nessarose I adore Valentine, though I do worry a bit about teasing. I agree with others that Wicked character Nessarose is less than admirable, so I'd steer clear of using her name....
September 3rd, 2013, 12:05 AM
Here are my top 6, chosen easily because they're personal favorites of mine, too! In no particular order...
When I post in the forums, the avatar picture I uploaded appears, just as it always has. But since the redesign of the site, when I post a response to a blog post, a photo appears beside my user...
I was just thinking that about Circe!
Not much new to add, just seconding (thirding? fourthing?)
and throwing in Clarissa and Cimorene (the heroine of a...
I've always heard it EZ-may. Huh. I had no idea others were out there pronouncing it differently!
Calvin wasn't my style until I had a very cool student who wore it well. Now it's back in my good graces! I like it with Leo, too.
My favorite is Wilder, though.
Either would work with Boone...
I adore both -- they're both on my list! -- but I think Calliope goes better with both of the middle names you've picked out, so it got my vote.
November 24th, 2012, 09:12 PM
Aristelle is lovely. There will be those -- maybe on here, maybe in your life, maybe both -- who will not like that it's made-up, or who will say it's going to be too hard for her to always have to...
November 9th, 2012, 01:13 PM
Conrad is my favorite of your list on its own, but I agree that his full name would be a little clunky due to being "R"-heavy. Collin flows beautifully. For what it's worth -- if you like Ashley's...
November 9th, 2012, 01:10 PM
Lilia feels like a more delicate take on a name that is already lovely, and provides an unexpected twist on a familiar sound. It's my pick.
September 21st, 2012, 12:35 AM
I tried to pick just one of each, but I couldn't do it!
Emmeline, Scarlet, Charlotte
Evelyn, Cicely, Halle
September 21st, 2012, 12:03 AM
I think I'm predisposed to be on your side on this one, as I, like you, grew up with a first name that was unusual. I loved spelling it and re-pronouncing it and always knowing someone was looking...
I'm not sure how much I have to add to the conversation, but I had to let you know how relieved I was to discover that this was not a thread about someone considering naming their child "Diatribe." ...
September 1st, 2012, 10:29 AM
Had you thought about combining Caroline and Anne to get Carolann (or Carol-Ann, however you want to punctuate it!)? I think it would work nicely with several of the other names you listed, in the...
I agree that August Emmeline is lovely, but a lot of first name when you throw the hyphen in there. The suggestions of August Rose and August Eve strike me as the right combination of feminine and...
August 29th, 2012, 01:02 PM
I love the flow of Vivian Joy -- it's absolutely my favorite. I'd be calling her Vivi (viv-ee) Joy all the time, which I think is super cute.
Consider this another "vote" for avoiding the intials...
August 27th, 2012, 08:44 PM
For my money, you can't beat the glamour that the memory of Vivien Leigh gives to that spelling. It's on my list!
My first two fish were Tom and Jerry. They were feeder fish I got a coupon for at a birthday party. We replaced Jerry several times while Tom lived almost a year.
Ginger was the orange tabby we...
Imogen is my preference. I think the fact that it sounds similar to "imagine" is a plus, and I like the nickname Ginny.
August 24th, 2012, 05:42 PM
I think, "Hey, those are two of my all-time favorite names!" :D All the Delilah associations that are out there come to mind if I think a minute, but my initial reaction is always just how lovely it...
August 24th, 2012, 05:30 PM
I have to second what others have said. It makes me smile, and the middle name is the spot for an unusual, exciting name. Go for it!
August 24th, 2012, 05:18 PM
I like it! Strong but not harsh, unusual but not unheard of, and goes wonderfully with Hudson and Knox. I think you've got a winner!
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