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I think Henry Floyd sounds great. Hank as a nn shouldn't be a problem.
Audrey's my favorite of the three names( reminds me Audrey Hepburn) but not with your last name. I like Alice and Aria so I do 't think you can go wrong with each.
Hannah is my favorite of your choices. I also like Katherine and prefer it with the K.
I think Rudy is fine as a full name. It could also be a nickname for Rudyard.
I prefer Oliver with Wesley and Ollie with Wes.
Twins I know are:
Matthew and Mark
Michael and Kevin
Melissa and Julie
Paulette and Pamela
I prefer twin names that are the same style, similar lengths, similar sounds, but unique initials....
Congratulations. I like:
November 28th, 2013, 07:37 AM
Bethany is my favorite name on your list. I think instead of Hayley as a middle that Harlow or Harper might work better. Bethany Harlow Cosgrove and Bethany Harlow Pierce sound great. Bailey might...
Maxson Oliver - leave it behind.. It is too similar to Maddox which wouldn't be fair to any of the boys.
Simon Oliver - Not sure about references but it strikes as very British and as a completely...
November 24th, 2013, 08:41 AM
Since siblings don't travel in packs throughout their lifetime, I would first worry about individual bad names.
For example, Peter, Paul, and Mary may be unimaginative and suggest a love of a...
I don't think your choices are too fairy tale and they seem versatile enough that the bearer of those names could make them work regardless of personality or interests.
Dominika. Did immediately...
I think Clara is great with Heidi. Claire is also nice but I slightly prefer Clara. I do like Isla with Heidi as well.
I am thinking that two syllable not ending in the ee sound works best.
November 21st, 2013, 07:20 AM
Both are great but I prefer Miles Gregory.
Garth is also a possibility.
My favorites from your lists are:
Wilder and Wren work well as boy-girl sibling names. Despite the same first letter, they have completely different sounds. And importantly, they are are the same style-neither trendy or traditional...
Dated names were extremely popular names primarily associated with a single period of time (although it could be a long period of time).
To me the following names are examples of dated names...
If you love Rowena then I recommend Rowena Bellatrix Lily.
My favorites (using Bellatrix in a middle spot) are:
Hermione Bellatrix Luna
Ginerva Bellatrix Lily
Luna Bellatix Lily
I think that can happen. You are looking for the perfect name for so long and nothing seems to be the One. You let go of the pressure of finding The One for a time and it comes to you.
James. To me he looks like a James.
I don't think of it so much in terms of feminism but I do believe that girls should have solid, versatile names that would work well in a variety of settings. Naming a daughter Bambi will influence...
My name was 6th in the US when I was born and now it is in the 700s.
November 10th, 2013, 09:09 AM
My favorite on your list to go with Sonnet is Juliet - I like Shakespearean tie.
Lyric also strikes me as a perfect sister name to Sonnet.
With Sonnet, I also like nature names. Eden, Willow,...
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