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I'm in the minority, but I see Jude as quite feminine, so I much prefer Vincent - so handsome, yet underused! I think it goes well with your other names and you could call him Vin, Vince or Vinny (I...
I LOVE Ophèlie! Much prefer it to Ophelia - the pronunciation of which could lead to teasing in her teenage years ("o feel ya"!) Plus it has the cute nn Phè/Fay. I really like Ophèlie Winter! I also...
Alaric Matthew (Ali) - Love the unusual Alaric with the classic Matthew, creates good balance. I like Ali, but prefer the less intuitive Alec.
Henry Marcel - I like the combination, and I also...
I agree that Maxon and Sampson are too close. I'd go with either Max and Sam as full names or change one of the full names e.g. Maxwell and Sampson, or Maxon and Samuel. I much prefer Maxwell and...
One of my top names is Jethro, which has always conjured up a very soft, gentle image in my head - why I love it so much! It may be a bit unusual for your tastes, and some say it sounds harsh, but I...
Agree with pp, it looks like Gavin without the G, so I'd pronounce it as such. To get the "ay-ven" pronunciation, I'd spell it Aven, although that way sounds feminine to my ears.
DH : Shane Adrian Newton
DW : Juliet Daisy Wiggins "Jules"
DS1/DD1 : Oliver Robert "Olly" & Violet Adelaide "Lettie"
DS2 : Henry Louis "Harry"
DD2 : Amelia Harper "Millie"...
December 15th, 2014, 12:14 PM
Arthur - YES, YES, YES! My number one name; I think it's absolutely adorable on a baby, but works well as they grow up too.
Gus - Cute, but I find it lacking in substance - I much prefer it as a...
DW: Fiona Clare James
DH: Cole Nathaniel Hunter
DS1: Arthur Nathaniel 
DS2: Edmund Jethro "Teddy" 
DD1: Margot Verity 
DS3: Rupert Patrick 
DS4: Harriet Catherine "Hattie" ...
December 15th, 2014, 08:55 AM
Indigo Austen "Indy" & Garrett Callahan "Rhett" = two little cowboys, lol!
Totally agree with this! I love Leopold; only reason it's not on my list is because I love Lionel more! It's royal, dashing and handsome!
That would be really cute; but I really want them to...
December 15th, 2014, 07:04 AM
Update: We've booked an appointment for Lilly with the vet on Friday. Mum wants to get an expert opinion before we make any decisions. But, Mum does agree that she seems to be struggling, and doesn't...
December 13th, 2014, 04:32 PM
Here in the UK, Riley is still 100% boy and quite popular too. Its a bit of a "dog name" to me though, so I wouldn't use it personally x
December 12th, 2014, 03:48 PM
So sorry for your loss, casilda. It is difficult to make the decision when they still seem to have life left, but it is our job not to let them suffer. Its still a day to day thing with Lilly, but I...
December 11th, 2014, 06:34 AM
Update: Lilly seems to be doing better. I'm counting the bad days, and when they outnumber the good, it will be time to make that decision. Thanks for all the advice x
December 9th, 2014, 05:50 AM
Thanks for the advice everyone. Lilly had a bad night last night, she was very confused and she had somehow ended up upstairs (she rarely goes upstairs anymore) and was sitting in my bag of Christmas...
December 8th, 2014, 04:43 PM
My beloved cat, Lilly, is struggling and, even though we really hope she will make it to Christmas, I'm starting to think that she won't. A little background... Lilly is 18 years old and has several...
December 6th, 2014, 03:51 PM
I really love Julian Darcy - first saw it in someone's sig, can't remember whose - so handsome and distinguished!
100% boy. It was the surname of one of my childhood bullies, so it has a massive negative connotations for me. Putting those aside, it seems very posh/upper-class as a first name, sorry!
Totally agree with this! So many Theodore's and Theo's running around right now, it would be refreshing to meet a little Rupert! I love this name, it's in my top five. I find it so handsome,...
Arthur John - Lergye Higb
Edmund Barnaby - Wsnybs Vleblvt
Rupert Dashiell - Eyower Slaguwkk
Margot Briony - Nlefir Veuibt
Helena Lorraine - Gwkwbl Kieelubw
Beatrice Claire - Vwlreuxw Xkluew ...
I've known two Nikitas - one female, one male - so it goes either way for me. But, with the popular TV show, most would think female. I'm not fond of Niklaus - the last syllable makes me think of...
November 26th, 2014, 05:00 AM
Congrats! Beautiful name; I love the meaning behind it! x
November 26th, 2014, 04:57 AM
I was named after my paternal grandmother - Helena Sophie. My second middle is Margaret - shared by my maternal grandmother, paternal aunt and it is also my maternal aunt's middle.
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