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I agree with everything @flamingo said. Nola is my favorite nickname for Magnolia, but Maggie would be great as well.
I prefer Larkin. Remington just makes me think of guns.
Hi! I'm Susan. I just turned 19, and I'm in college at the moment, and plan to go into nursing.
Yay for teenberries! I recently turned 19(I should update my profile,I know). My name is Susan and I've always been called Susan although I do love the nickname Zuzu.
Random side note, I saw a...
Yes! Olivia Wilde's character was named Remy Hadley, but known as Thirteen.
Before House, I only thought of Remy as a boy name but I think it'd be cute for a girl.
I do believe it's pronounced like Louie. It's a bit weird. St. Louis is pronounced like Lewis, but in the song "Meet Me in St. Louis" it's pronounced like Louie. I think most Americans would almost...
Thank you everyone for your help! I do love C.S. Lewis/The Chronicles of Narnia so I don't mind the connection, but I was curious if it was overkill.
Whoops you're right. The actor that plays Peter is named William, and I mixed the two up. Thank you!
I used to worry about the same things actually, except I'm Asian and not Latina.
The names on your list are beautiful! I do agree with previous posters that Mahalia and Coretta are suggestive of...
The title is a bit bizarre, but it fits.
I've always loved the named Lucy and it's not even an uncommon name that people would want to dislike because it's unusual.
However my name is Susan...
I agree with this completely! My last name is Nguyen, so I'm used to having to spell it out and people giving me confused looks when they learn that "win" is an acceptable pronunciation because they...
July 7th, 2013, 09:08 PM
Matilda-It's too clunky/old lady.
Olive- It's a food/ugly color/Olive Oyl/not as pretty as Olivia.
Lux-I'd only ever use this a middle name, but the general reaction is soap brand/trashy....
I agree with everything you said. I feel the same way with Arwen. Yes, while it is actually a Welsh name,and I think it would be easier to use than Khaleesi, the LOTR connections are permanent. As...
My dad was set on naming me Helen or Heather but my mom ended up naming me Susan after her nurse. I'm glad they went with Susan!
Charlotte-My all time favorite name. It's classic and lush, feminine without being frilly, has wonderful literary references,and I adore the nicknames Charlie and Lottie. I hate that it's getting so...
June 21st, 2013, 06:07 PM
I'm hoping it's a joke. I don't mind North (I do recall a Berry naming her son Atticus North, and I thought that it was so handsome) but I agree that with West it's tacky.
I do remember a rumor of...
I love Laila because I love the book A Thousand Splendid Suns but Layla is the more obvious spelling. As for Lila/Lyla I prefer Lila.
I guess my style is also very yupster, as so many of my favorites are on the list!
Rose(as a first name at least)
I absolutely adore Henry and Alice as well, but I am a little biased because Henry and Alice are two of my favorite names.:]
I do remember him asking the President whether he should pick Alice or...
June 4th, 2013, 03:57 PM
I actually like it. It's beautiful and different, but not ridiculous by any means, compared to other celebrity baby names at least. On the Cam Gigandet note, Anthony Kiedis from Red Hot Chili Peppers...
Oh I love this thread. I don't want to be too picky when it comes to picking names, but I definitely have some basic rules that I will follow.
1.Must be easy to spell or at least not have a bunch...
May 26th, 2013, 11:11 PM
Georgiana Pearl is just lush and beautiful. Congrats!
May 6th, 2013, 12:04 PM
Charlotte Belle and Henry Elias!
April 26th, 2013, 10:44 PM
Vivienne Imogen and Sebastian Oliver.
April 15th, 2013, 12:09 PM
I love both Trophy Cupcakes and Molly Moon's! :)
I live in South King County (30-40 minutes from Seattle) but I know people that live around Seattle/Bellevue as well. I've heard a mix of...
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