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  1. Thread: Really?

    by morgancarson
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    I knew a girl named Laetitia who went by Tess. ...

    I knew a girl named Laetitia who went by Tess. Perhaps a little far fetched, but definitely easier to pronounce in her case!
  2. S last name, and all favorite middles end in s sound! help!

    Our last name starts with S and we have a dilemma - nearly all of our girl middle names end in S, which is a big no no for me! We love Alice, Eloise, Elise and Reese (which I have always wanted to...
  3. It makes me think of Tobias Funke from Arrested...

    It makes me think of Tobias Funke from Arrested Development, but his character is so bizarre and far fetched that I don't think it tarnishes the name at all. Cute sibset, Poppy and Toby!
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    Using 1-5, too, since it's a bit easier to...

    Using 1-5, too, since it's a bit easier to define.

    Claudia - 1 - Maybe this is because of personal associations, but this name seems a little like it belongs to a bratty teenager to me....
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    I know a woman named Daphne who has been called...

    I know a woman named Daphne who has been called "Daph" always, but I'm not sure that qualifies as a nickname. Not sure of any nicknames for Iris and Hazel, but for Sybil you could go with Billie.
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  6. Thanks for all the input! The last name starts...

    Thanks for all the input! The last name starts with an S so it's hard to find middle names ... all the ones we like end in an S sound! Alice, Eloise, Elise ... and there's no hope for my favorite...
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    I think Rowan is a more feminine spelling than...

    I think Rowan is a more feminine spelling than Rowen, if you like it better spelled with the A. I also think Wynn is beautiful on its own. You could also consider Gwen, Gwyneth, Guenevere or...
  8. Poll: Which of these first/middle combos do you like best?

    Which of these combinations do you like best?
  9. Which of these First/Middle Combos Do You Like Best?

    Aiden Emily
    Aiden Olivia
    Ashton Amelia
    Carson Juliet
    Hadley Jane
    Hadley Olivia
    Parker Adeline
    Parker Caroline
    Rory Madeleine
    Rowan Adelaide
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    I love the idea of using Ellis for your boy, as...

    I love the idea of using Ellis for your boy, as it sort of echoes Emmitt. A tribute of sorts.

    Rowan Ainsley is gorgeous. I'm not such a big fan of Reverie, though. I'm also not a huge fan of...
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    I like it, but would avoid using any middle names...

    I like it, but would avoid using any middle names that start with a vowel or end in an -a in order to avoid sounding like you have marbles in your mouth.

    Ada Jane (nice for a longer last name)...
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    If you go with Adrian, I would suggest the...

    If you go with Adrian, I would suggest the spelling Adrienne. I prefer Avery over Adrian/Adrienne, especially with your other children's names, but not with Evelyn. Sounds very sing-songy. What...
  13. Thread: Cleo?

    by morgancarson
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    What about Simone? I feel like it has a similar...

    What about Simone? I feel like it has a similar vibe, but I could be totally way off in thinking that.
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    James, Bennett, Lucia and ... Isabel Jane Eva...

    James, Bennett, Lucia and ...

    Isabel Jane
    Eva Jane (nn Evie)

    I like Norah, but with your other girl's name I think Nora would be the better spelling to use.

    Good luck!
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    For the record, here are some combos we know we...

    For the record, here are some combos we know we like:

    Parker Caroline
    Aiden Olivia
    Hadley Justine
    Carson Juliet
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    first thoughts upon hearing each name: Allegra -...

    first thoughts upon hearing each name:
    Allegra - allergy medicine. unless you're Italian and have an Italian surname, maybe avoid using this one.
    Anwen - sounds like it came from Lord of the...
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    I know a Glenna in her early twenties. I have...

    I know a Glenna in her early twenties. I have known her since elementary school and it has always suited her well. I feel like it's a name that can definitely grow with you ... doesn't sound too...
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    The only problem with it I think is that people...

    The only problem with it I think is that people won't know whether to pronounce it Ad-uh-line or Ad-uh-lyn. Besides that, I think it's beautiful. I agree with the previous post that Adelaide could...
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    Just makes me think of Emerson College in Boston....

    Just makes me think of Emerson College in Boston. I would use Emery over Emerson.
  20. Adrian I have seen spelled Adrienne for girls. I...

    Adrian I have seen spelled Adrienne for girls. I know both boy and girl Devons, but the only Devins I know are girls.
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    Need middle names!

    Looking for middle names that go with these baby girl names:

    Parker
    Hadley
    Carson
    Aiden
    Ashton
    Emery
    Rowan
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    I think it depends on what the last name is. ...

    I think it depends on what the last name is. Whichever looks more visually pleasing with the surname would probably be the best choice, since the spelling makes no difference in pronunciation.
  23. McKinley Mackenzie (not all that uncommon)...

    McKinley
    Mackenzie (not all that uncommon)
    Trelawney
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    I think Olivia matches well with Avery, but I...

    I think Olivia matches well with Avery, but I also love the suggested name Eliza Rose! Cute, modern yet timeless, and sounds great with Avery.
  25. Thread: Alaska?

    by morgancarson
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    Thanks for all of your suggestions/comments! I...

    Thanks for all of your suggestions/comments! I think I'm warming up to Alaska Juliet - sounds feminine enough to me.
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