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No, not at all. While I myself have only ever known older women with the name Hazel, I can certainly see it working on a child or young person.
Actually, is Hazel not the name of Julia Roberts'...
Definitely Susannah and Evangeline. Nice combos and great together as a pair.
I really like both the look and sound of Grace Angelica. Angelica is quite refreshing to see and gives Grace more of an upbeat and zesty feel which I think such a simple classic needs.
Definitely Lila. I'm really not a fan of the -y in this case, and I feel like most would say LIE-lah with Lila.
Nona and Piera are lovely. Of those you listed, I like Freya best, but I don't feel it fits too well in the set. If I could knock out the h in Martha, I would think that would work beautifully in the...
October 4th, 2013, 08:35 AM
Aviva and Lalita are two names that came to mind instantly that evoke all of the things you mentioned. Gorgeous little gems are both. Also...
October 4th, 2013, 08:25 AM
I definitely think Mabel Paymaneh sounds and flows a lot better as the -bel breaks up the -ay sounds nicely. If you love Mabel enough, it would be nice to use it as her full name, but to call her Mae...
October 4th, 2013, 08:15 AM
My favourites are:
Stella Kate is definitely my favourite of those listed. I really think with Stella a single syllable middle name works best. That said, I second stripedsocks' suggestion of Stella Blythe, which is...
Aria: A lovely little thing, but unfortunately, it really doesn't work too well with the surname at all.
Arabella: I love this one, and think it works very well with the surname.
While I think all of the names you have as firsts work very well with Bennett, I can never go past August (my own current favourite). I must say though, Atticus Bennett is super close to cosying on...
October 3rd, 2013, 04:36 AM
While I liked (and voted for) Levi Walker, I feel like the flow is off between Walker and Gross which is unfortunate. The same goes with Luke, which is even more important to consider due to it being...
Benjamin Graham got my vote.
Of all of the names in your poll (individually) I like Sawyer, Benjamin and Reid, so as you've got Benjamin as a first, that was reason enough for me. I'm not too find...
October 3rd, 2013, 01:17 AM
Ottilie, what an incredible list of gems you have here! I really love near all of them.
My favourites of your updated list are Circe, Morgana, Nausicaa (I rarely see this mentioned and have always...
Saskia is gorgeous (and no, not at all too weird), and Cato would work beautifully alongside her. I would be super excited to meet or even hear of a sib-set of Saskia and Cato. Just brilliant!
I'm going to go against the grain and say I prefer Shea. I don't think it's overly feminine at all. Rafferty looks more like a surname to me, than a first, and feels really clunky and heavy.
Sadie Mae makes a nice combo and fits beautifully with your older girl's names. I also like Sadie Kate and Annie Mae.
I only had one doll (she and I were never apart) and her name was Wendy. I'm pretty sure that I actually called her Windy, but over the years, the name morphed into Wendy.
I'd have to say my favourites from your list are Isabeau and Sophia. As for three combos I would use if only able to use names from your list: Isabeau Lily, Sophia Gwendolyn & Eliana...
Individually, while I don't mind either name, I'm not overly fond of them, however, together, I must say, they sound great. Trey Emerson is a nice, strong combo - modern, but not overly trendy.
With Ava Grace, I really like Emma of which Emme could be used as 'nickname'. Simple, yet classy.
February 28th, 2013, 07:33 AM
Not in love with any as such, but thought I'd list a few...
Ramona, Beatriz - Ramona & Beezus
Fern - Charlotte's Web
Annie, Clarabel - Thomas the Tank Engine
Dorothy, Em - Wizard of Oz
I think Annabel Cora Pearl would be fantastic, something you both love, and using the names of significance you with to include. I definitely prefer Cora to Cori, however, as it is a namesake and in...
If the -ie ending is something you are not all too keen on, then Eliza, Camille and Evelyn may not be the best names to go with considering the possible nicknames that could come from them: Ellie,...
I think Gwen is nice and strong enough to stand on her own, without the need for a lengthier name behind her. If you like Gwen better than Gwendolyn, and love Mae over longer variants (it seems),...
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