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December 3rd, 2013, 07:44 PM
I tend to have maybe one, possibly two boys' combos that I find absolutely perfect, but practically no other ideas at all. With girls, I have a lot of names I love, but I'm never fully satisfied with...
November 28th, 2013, 07:32 PM
I met a girl in an orchestra I played in a few years back. She was a cellist, super talented and super pretty with it, and her name was Saskia. She was a year or so older than me and I looked up to...
The only ones I can think of are Kai for a boy and Kerensa for a girl.
I do like Katherine as a name, but much prefer the spelling Catherine.
I love Isabella. It sounds quite frilly at first but it's actually a royal name with a lot of history, which I think gives it more weight and turns it from a cutesy-frilly name into a rich,...
November 12th, 2013, 08:52 PM
Wow, how is Caroline that far down? Or Bryony (I know two, and it's one of my absolute favourites). I love just about all of these. Thanks for the post!
November 8th, 2013, 12:20 PM
Can I interest you in a top nine? :D
I honestly don't understand why people make such a fuss over the marriage-before-kids thing. It seems like such a dated concept, like you said - it's the 21st century! So long as you're happy and...
I'm in the UK and I know quite a few around my own age (13 - 17 or so), and I hear of it quite a bit as well when I'm out and stuff. That being said, it still grows on me as time goes on. It's...
It's one of the most rugged-sounding, masculine names I can think of. Not a fan of gender-swapping names in general, but this one just doesn't work at all. It's like naming a boy Arabella.
October 29th, 2013, 11:24 AM
Gayden? Although I have an awful feeling someone, somewhere, has probably done that.
Sorry, not too good at this. Hilarious thread, though!
I absolutely adore the name Ava. I've resisted putting it on my list due to it's popularity but I just think everything about it is wonderful, and so here I am, finally asking for middle name...
Beatrix has a spunky, quirky feel and I like the slightly unexpected -x ending. I also really like the nn Trix/Trixie.
Beatrice to me seems stuffier and reminds me of beetroot (even though Beatrix...
If I met you and you told me your kids were Will and Kate, I might have a fleeting thought of "Maybe she's a fan of the Royals" or something, but I don't think it would be a massive deal. Both...
October 19th, 2013, 12:25 PM
Gaylord, Fannie, Dorcas...
Alice. It feels sweeter to me, and I had a very dear friend with that name. Elise is beautiful, but I've known a couple of not-so-nice ones.
I have two cats that I originally wanted to name Mozart and Figaro, nn Moe and Fig, but they ended up being Alfred and Leopold, called Alfie and Leo.
I used to have three guinea-pigs called...
Ciaran, Liam, Finn, Aidan, Brendan, Conor, Ronan, Reilly, Declan, Dillon/Dylan (Dillon is the Irish spelling though), Eoghan/Owen (again, Eoghan is the Irish spelling), Ruari/Rory
All I can think...
Aw, this is lovely. Congratulations to you, as well as Kevin and Arturo!
October 11th, 2013, 03:47 PM
My celebrity baby name was 'disgustingnesses curriing'...
I don't even...?
It's a perfectly nice name, but I do think it's also very 90's. I'm 15 and couldn't count the amount of Megans I know on both hands, and they're all around my age group.
Like I said though, it's...
Anais Ramona, Beatrix Valora and Cicely Amabel.
Thinking of adding them to my list but wanted some berry thoughts first. So, wdyt?? :)
Today it was 8 degrees celsius where I am. Getting out of bed in the mornings is steadily getting harder and colder. :(
Also, could I get some opinions on this? My parents are in the process of...
October 7th, 2013, 03:12 PM
I love Lillian. I can never decide whether I like the spelling Lillian or Lilian best; but nonetheless, it's a beautiful name. It seems to hold a lot more weight than Liliana or Lilia, which are both...
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