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Don't think that she is a saint's name, but she falls under the unfortunate and ancient - I'm looking at an antique napkin ring right now which was engraved for Cesarine. Nameberry doesn't even have...
October 31st, 2012, 06:00 PM
The most hipster names I know personally are Huxley and Harper.
It is so funny to think of these sibsets so carefully when it's really just a few years that they're in the house together...
I'm Charlotte and my husband is Andrew, we go well together so I guess...
On to your list:
Axel - I know two here in France, both lovely boys, DH asks if I gave each a rose
Felix - I know 5 here in France, it's getting a bit tired. It was top two for us, we went with...
Your list made me go look up a list I found here on 9 march 2011:
I'm pretty sure that "geek chic" describes most of my favourite names.
October 31st, 2012, 04:30 PM
You are right that is it an 'outlier' classic name.
The names we're discussing right now are:
The only time you don't have to worry about a road is with my grandmother's brother's name "Louis Lane ....". Yeah, that went over well with my dad as a young boy reading comic books!
His son is...
October 26th, 2012, 07:34 AM
I love Linus and it had a lot of positive connotations for us as a Finnish-American family working in IT with roots in Oregon. A little tow-head Linus would have been perfect in our family.
I'm going to agree that Alan is under-appreciated at the moment and worth considering.
My friend went with Koan, which can have a nice meaning.
Abandon reason? Sounds about right, having a kid... :)
October 26th, 2012, 07:20 AM
Her MIL suggested family name [name]Johannes[\name] ([name]Hans[\name]) but she says that's too "out there" for her.
We were chatting online late into the night last night - she is leaning...
October 25th, 2012, 04:33 PM
She's not Catholic, actually she's a professional photographer! :)
Elias is a great choice for Lisa, should the little guy be named for his two grandmas he'd be Elias Garett, which is a nice name....
I'm the opposite, I don't usually care much for Avery (though here it works) and I like Lewis in this context because you sidestep the pronunciation problem with Louis. I am surprised but I really...
October 25th, 2012, 09:35 AM
I don't think I had the time to come back and report when "Eric Charles" was born, we were so busy with the new baby and then our move to France. I am loving the name Eric because...
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