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August 27th, 2015, 08:41 PM
I love Ava Grace. I think Ella is too close to Emma and Grace as a FN is too close to Gage.
Aslan Karesi and Belen Alara
Aloise or Aloisa
Luise or Luisa
August 24th, 2015, 06:44 PM
I really like Sylvie, Bridget, Fiona, and Elisavetta/Etta.
I strongly prefer Miriam, but I think they're both lovely names. I like the spelling Marian.
I honestly think all three of the names on your current short list are too close to Arlo, sorry.
I think Elliot would be a good choice for you (or Ellery?) and I wouldn't let the syllable thing...
July 18th, 2015, 03:56 PM
I think Evelyn Sasha would be a good choice for you all. To my ear, Alex and Sasha just don't sound very good together, even without them being nicknames for the same name.
If you really want to...
I love Adriana Yun. It's positively stunning. Isabelle Yun is lovely too. I think you're right in that those two names work the best with Yun, and I love the idea of honoring your mom's family....
July 5th, 2015, 06:22 PM
Genevieve is my favorite, and works the best for what you want, imo.
Evelyn is pretty but I think Evvie would be a more intuitive nickname than Evie.
Everly is very trendy and will soon be dated.
My newest name crush has got me conflicted, so I decided to ask my fellow berries to weigh in on a few of my questions.
Which do you prefer, Rudy or Rudi? (My thoughts: Rudy is sturdier and more...
My choices mixing and matching would be:
Felix Bellamy and Magnus James
Felix Bellamy and Pierce William
I love Judah. The second syllable adds a warm soft and friendly touch, as opposed to Jude, which I've always found harsh and unattractive.
August, Felix, Matthias
Avalon, Fern, Susannah
Atticus, Holden, Lemuel
Agatha, Axelle, Mirabelle
July 3rd, 2015, 11:24 AM
Thank you for responding, and I'm glad we had this peripheral discussion and seem to be on the same plane generally.
This is such a great idea! (Although the personality descriptors I've included at the beginning of my signature may give some of it away...)
I would guess you to be a generally...
July 3rd, 2015, 12:08 AM
I loved the historical bent of this article, and this is a cause near and dear to my heart (I tend to favor softer, more "feminine" names regardless of gender and ardently support them as a concept)....
Samuel, Adrian, Geneva, Barbara, Elizabeth (Lizzie), Helen, Paul, Matthew (Matt), Michael (Mike), Rebecca (Becky), Mark, Kristina (Krissy), Amanda, Nicole, Jason, Benjamin (Ben), Jeffrey...
Max Riggs sounds great, and I vastly prefer Max to Logan...for you, would Max Logan Riggs work as a full name?
June 7th, 2015, 03:55 PM
Audrey Kate: I absolutely adore Audrey, and the two together would make a really cute double FN. However, I'm just not a fan of the trend of using Kate as a stand-alone middle. It feels almost too...
Just wondering, as I'm a long way from having kids but seeking feedback on similar-sounding names on my list. Would you favor Francis (Frankie) or Frederick (Freddie)?
To me, it sounds like some sort of vaguely ominous moor-dwelling supernatural creature from an epic fantasy series. Didn't know it was also a fish but that doesn't make it any more appealing on a...
I think you and I have similar tastes, so I'm looking to my own list for inspiration.
Francis and August
Francis and Calvin
Francis and Christopher
Francis and George
Francis and Jonathan...
June 2nd, 2015, 05:49 PM
I love Sky/Skye on a boy or a girl for different reasons, and I'm so glad you are thinking of using it. (I prefer the spelling with an E, personally.)
Skyler Armstrong: for Neil Armstrong,...
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