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Well, this is all very dramatic and almost, how can I say this, farcical.
Just in case your story is real, I'll say: You can't just adopt someone's baby. If your friend made a silly mistake, she...
Look for something else. There are millions of names out there, which is why I don't understand when siblings or cousins or close friends choose the same name for their children. She named her son...
Thanks. I'll take it on board ;)
Short labour with Cassia then?
What about a variation of Sarah such as Seraphina? That would probably flow better as a middle.
My cousin's daughter is named Beatrice Sarah and her middle name is honouring her friend who passed...
I love Beatrice, Caroline and Hazel. The other three are fine, but not really my style. My favourite is definitely Beatrice.
Congratulations! What a gorgeous name and it's great to see you back on Nameberry again :)
December 3rd, 2013, 11:15 PM
They are all usable. Some are certainly less usual (Jensine, Judine, Shira), but the rest are legitimate (and rather nice) names.
These are nice, but they're very popular...
I chose Ingrid. My favourite "I" names are:
It's pronounced oh-RAY-lee-ah with or without the accent. I used to think Aurelie was nice, until I watched a documentary that included a woman named Aurelie. When people said her name, it sounded...
December 3rd, 2013, 10:58 PM
I think Willem River is lovely. I wonder if your parents had a problem with your daughter's name, which seems much more unusual.
Call me when you've been trying for nearly a year! It's fine to aim for your child to be born in a particular month, but most couples have zero control over when their baby will be conceived. Only a...
I'm really sorry, Betty. Your situation sounds very similar to mine a couple of months ago. I had two faint positives, but started bleeding several days later. But sounds like you still have a...
December 2nd, 2013, 09:25 PM
David was fairly popular in the 1980s, but has waned a lot over recent years. My 27-year-old brother is named David. I think it's a nice name and would sound cute on a baby.
There are so many of these "how do you pronounce" threads for names where the pronunciation is very clear. Rowena is pronounced Row-EE-nah. Everywhere in the world.
December 2nd, 2013, 09:22 PM
Well, you asked for opinions so I'm going to be straight: These names are all terrible. Cotton? Flute? PIANO? They're not even names. Viola is BY FAR your best option.
December 2nd, 2013, 09:09 PM
Oh man, such a fear! My cousin once fell off the bed. He was about ten months old. No damage done thank goodness. Another cousin once threw his head back and hit my teeth. Lots of crying there....
Unfortunately, when girls have babies young, this sometimes happens. Sounds like your step cousin wasn't ready to become a mother and her pregnancy was most likely accidental. Her mother is probably...
December 1st, 2013, 06:48 PM
Eight and nine is way too young to be left unsupervised in a busy shopping centre, even if they're sitting in a movie and then in a restaurant.
It's annoying, but it's "okay" if it's an honour name. I mean, in your examples, if Jane was the name of the mother's grandmother or something. But even then I think you really only need to name one...
November 30th, 2013, 08:16 PM
It's becoming SO POPULAR in Australia! A friend recently had a baby girl named Evie Winter. I also know an Eva and an Evelyn who are both toddlers and nicknamed Evie.
November 30th, 2013, 08:10 PM
Tilly - Matilda, Ottilie.
Milly - Amelia, Camille, Emily, Millicent, Romilly.
Minnie - Araminta, Minerva
These have probably all been repeated above!
November 30th, 2013, 08:07 PM
I'm sure these have all been covered, but here's my two cents.
November 30th, 2013, 01:04 AM
I love all of these names. Most are on my own list. My top three would be:
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