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The pop ups are the main reason I switch off and go to other sites. Yes you may be getting alot of money for them but they are ruining your attraction. Get rid of pop ups!!!
August 28th, 2013, 01:21 AM
My name is Elisa. That fits your criteria...
August 7th, 2013, 12:59 AM
My daughters name is Mimi. I love it and have not met another one yet.
Mimmi, love that name.
Aurelia means light.
June 1st, 2013, 06:14 AM
Saxon. I knew an adult Saxon and he wore it very handsomely.
Some other alternatives:
May 20th, 2013, 06:33 AM
If I'm lucky enough to fall pregnant with a third girl she will be Clementine. The other names are so much more common so I think you're onto a good thing. The nn of Emmy really sold it for me.
April 10th, 2013, 12:04 AM
My daughters name is Mimi. It's not short for anything, her full name is just that. The descriptor for Mimi is "Flirty, flimsy name of the tragic heroine of La Bohème...and Rent."
Pearl, Rose, Hazel, Zara, Etta and Bea are fabulous! Thanks guys, much appreciated : )
If I'm lucky enough to have a third girl, what should I name her? Isla is the first, Mimi is the second and ??? for number three.... There are so many choices it's overwhelming.
Pike is Australian slang for "giving up".
January 18th, 2013, 12:36 AM
There are lots of these where I live in Canberra.
Just a quick note. We used Nameberry thoroughly to find our naming choices.
We welcome Mimi Isabella Eileen to our family, little sister to Isla Sophia.
Our family is over the moon and thanks...
Yuk. Dislike. Sounds like a made-up name.
Hate it. Childish, ugly-looking and really bogan.
On a baby, sure. Hart on an adult.... No. I don't like how it sounds so close to 'hardly'. It really sounds contrived to me. Hadley is a bit more usable but in general the last-namey style irks me.
Yes, totally agree. The spelling looks awkward and really ugly. Thumbs down sorry.
Elisa is my suggestion for E. Freya or Florence for F.
River and Crystal sounds so cheap and tacky together. Choose Eisley.
April 11th, 2012, 09:14 AM
Tallulah. Winner. Beauty and Grace in a name.
Margaret means Pearl. I'd use Pearl.
Bailey is so lower class. If you live in Australia you'd fit right in with the bogans. I can't imagine it on a grown woman trying to forge her career.
Neither. Sounds too ugly with the 'berk' part. Reminds me of the word Jerk.
I have Clementine on our list but as a first name. She might be Clementine Pearl.
Viola Clementine is beautiful.
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