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Juniper... Jemima is maple syrup.
Which would work better as a sibling for Soren and Parisa: Benjamin or Keane? Surname is Z0lgh@dr (pronounced Z0l-god-der). Thanks!
Simon is quite a nice name. Why not have him come up with a list of names he likes, then? A few that aren't too strange...
November 27th, 2013, 10:42 AM
I love Eamon Wallace. I like all of the others, too, except James Lewis... it's too hissy with the matching 's' endings...
I also think it sounds just a tad too feminine... Although the 'den' makes it ok. Not a favourite for me, though...
November 27th, 2013, 10:39 AM
I like Colin, Alec, and Thomas. Some others...
I know many Benjamins, and it was my grandfather's name (Beniamino). In my opinion, it falls well into the classic category. Even if it were the #1 name in the US, it would never seem cheap or...
I would not use a unisex middle with Ellis, as Ellis is unisex. I love the suggestions of Ellis Rafferty and Ellis Jacoby. From your list, I like Ellis Gabriel...
November 27th, 2013, 03:31 AM
Too HP for me. What about Nevin?
Sorry, I have to agree with this...
I think you'd have to continue the trend. I mean, it would be strange to have Lily, Lars, Lincoln, and Joe. Where did Joe come from? It would be less problematic if it were the 3rd kid... Maybe use...
Maybe this is an accent thing, but how are you pronouncing Basil? I pronounce it Baysil, although most French that I know pronounce it Ba-SEEL. Being American, I'd never assume the latter...
November 25th, 2013, 10:35 PM
I completely agree with @freya_1983... I wish more people would consider how a name grows up. However, I think it's interesting that I hear people take this into consideration more with boys than...
November 25th, 2013, 12:21 PM
@cristinamariane Oh, Parisa Aysel is lovely! I'll have to pass that by DH...
@ottilie Thanks! I absolutely adore Parisa Noemi! That may be one of my all-time favourite combos... Now to convince DH....
November 24th, 2013, 11:50 AM
@freya_1983 Thanks for the suggestion! Yes, Peri is a variant of Pari, from Parisa.
@maggie Thanks! I have read "The Kite Runner" and "A Thousand Splendid Suns", but not "And the Mountains...
Have you considered Emiliana?
I really think Benjamin Spence flows the best, although it would depend on the surname.
Salvatore is a great name, but as a pp said, it's not for everyone. I have a great-uncle with this name, so it seems quite old school to me. Moreover, it's a very ethnic name. What about compromising...
I also love Miles Henry, but Miles John does give you M.J. as a nickname! Honestly, they're all great choices. :)
November 24th, 2013, 11:23 AM
So, we just found out this past week that we are pregnant. Although we're convinced it's a boy, there's a 50% chance we're wrong. :) The problem is that DH is Azeri (Turkish) from Iran, and I am...
November 24th, 2013, 10:28 AM
I secretly adore Solstice. I've also considered Equinox (nn Knox) for a boy. I say "considered", as DH thinks Eleazer, Ephraim, and Anton are "weird" names. Avalanche, Anarchy, Rebel, and Riot are...
I don't know why... maybe a movie or a tv show I've seen (but forgotten)? I associate Dexter with serial killers... Once I distance myself from that, I think it's a fine name. Now I'm a bit curious,...
November 24th, 2013, 07:23 AM
I love Valentina! It's towards the top of my list... I like putting a 1st middle name that doesn't begin or end with an A just to help with flow (and keep it from being to rhymy).
I find it very nicknamey, perfect for a child. I do not find it at all sophisticated for a woman. I knew a woman named Johnnie, who was in her 60s. She absolutely hated her name, as everyone always...
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