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March 23rd, 2014, 04:32 AM
I'm in Australia and know two Declans... one is 3 and one is 10.
I'm also in Australia and I know two Austins - so it's not unknown.
I think that Elijah sounds better with your surname, although I like both names.
In saying that, Elijah also sounds better with OUR surname and we are most likely using Elias! I just like the...
I love the virtue names so Elias True and Elias Valor are amazing. I think DH would roll his eyes at me though.
Thanks stripedsocks, I like the one syllable names too but I can't quite find one that fits! I love Elias Wolf and Elias Fox but hubby is not convinced.
Our surname is two syllables starting with...
We are expecting our first bub in April, a little boy :D
Elias is a frontrunner at this stage but I'm stumped for a middle. Please throw any and all suggestions my way! We like a variety of...
December 4th, 2013, 03:17 AM
Foster Grey - Not a huge fan but I don't think it's terrible. I like surname names but don't really like Foster, I prefer Fraser or Fletcher. Not for any particular reason!
Silas Hawthorne - I like...
I think Aurora needs something short and preferably no word (at least nature) names as it's a bit of overkill :)
Matilda is very popular in Australia, I doubt that anyone here would glance sideways at it or call it ugly.
October 25th, 2013, 01:50 AM
annak88, I adore the name Edmund!
I'm also just trying to keep things down rather than having any cravings :( I'm over 13 weeks now and still suffering from all day nausea. To be honest, I feel...
October 21st, 2013, 09:10 PM
Hello ladies, can I please join? :) I'm expecting number one on 29 April, after 15 months TTC and on our first round of IUI. I'm in Australia so this will be an Autumn/Winter baby (I live in quite a...
September 18th, 2013, 11:19 PM
Noah is indeed very popular in Australia, it's hovering around #5 but has been up to #2 in previous years. I like the name, it just depends if popularity matters to you.
My favourites would...
My rankings would be:
1. Tennyson - I think this is manly and strong and poetic.
2. Peregrine - Love the sound and most people should be able to pronounce it as it's a word name.
3. Fenwick -...
Some of my relatives had great naming taste! Here are a few combos I found from my family tree.
Henry August <3
August 6th, 2013, 06:09 AM
I must be a hippy because I love these names!
DD: Marigold Winter
DD: Wren Aurora
DS: River Vale
DD: Briar Posey
DD: Aspen Olive
DS: Linden Silas
DD: Lyric Echo
DS: Xavier Hawk
Imogen was #44 in Australia last year. It's not really getting more popular here from what I can tell, but I suspect you wouldn't get bad feedback on it from Australia. It's quite a safe name here....
August 2nd, 2013, 04:37 AM
I was convinced that I would name my child Jamie. Boy or girl, it didn't matter :P
August 2nd, 2013, 04:36 AM
I like them all :) The only thing I'd think about is pronunciation - we do say things differently...
My favourites are Celeste and Coralie.
August 1st, 2013, 12:39 AM
I think my favourite is Alba Katherine. My favourite "surname" one is Sullivan Mary :)
Love Ezra and Aria, they are both on our list. :)
Aria is a little trendy at the moment so I would go with a more classic middle like Jane.
I like Ezra Thomas the best.
July 28th, 2013, 01:56 AM
I <3 Junia!
July 27th, 2013, 09:39 PM
How about combining your styles and going more the "Classic Eccentric" direction? So, classic names which still sound modern and stylish.
LOVE both Celeste and Aurora, but like PP, I think it's just too heavenly.
These are the ones I like :)
Ivo Nicholas - I like it, but you'd forever be getting strange pronunciations...
DH: Clarence Floyd
DW: Matilde Dolly
Logan Caleb / Lucus Joshua
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