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Just wanted to thank all of you for your input! I just wanted to make sure it wasn't too much of a stretch. :)
My late grandmother's name was Laverne. She was an amazing woman, and I might like to honor her when I eventually have a daughter. However, I've never been fond of her name. I was wondering if...
December 21st, 2013, 07:33 PM
1. Isabella Paige
2. Isaac Anthony
3. Ivy Caroline
4. Irena Mallory
5. Isaiah James
6. Isola Rosie
7. Iris Evelyn
8. Indiana Agnes
9. Isla Esme
10. Ian Reid
Say: Hi, Ivy!
Think: What a lovely name! The names really compliment each other and sound great.
This is my little lady, Nora Lavender.
November 2nd, 2013, 09:21 PM
I love the idea of this naming scheme! In fact, I spent a few hours fabricating these:
Amarantha Dove, Araminta Sky, Ambrose Pine, & Alexander Finch
Bianca Snow & Benjamin Quill
Congratulations! Her name is absolutely beautiful!
Daisy takes the cake. While I like Dylan okay on a girl, I personally love the name Daisy. It's so cute and spunky! Plus, Daisy Jean is downright adorable.
Cora Sunshine is a beautiful and stunning name. Congratulations!
Besides looking made up, the pronunciation isn't very clear. When I read the title, I thought it was 4 syllables and said like "kee-AIR-ah-son."
4. Romilly Garnet
Say: Hi there!
Think: I like both of those names and it's nice to see Ebba used, but the two names seem kind of awkward together.
These are my children, Lysander Charles, Guinevere Audie, and...
Say: Hi there!
Think: Such excellent names! I love all their first names, and their middle names match well, too.
This is my son, Tennyson Charles.
I'm quite fond of Seraphine myself. I find it elegant and it brings images of angel wings to my mind. I like that it's just a little less frilly and elaborate than Seraphina.
February 18th, 2013, 05:07 PM
My favorites are Catherine Octavia and Catherine Wisteria. Both flow very well, and I love the musical connections with Octavia and the whimsy of Wisteria. I think Wisteria on its own is a little too...
Say: Hi, what beautiful names you have!
Think: I meant what I said. Lovely name combinations and great sibset. I love how the names reference mythology.
This is my daughter, Rhiannon Zelda.
Think: I like Theodore, but I can't say the same for Burgess. Burr makes me think of the things that stick to clothes and the sound I make when I'm cold. At least Burgess flows well with...
Say: What pretty names you have!
Think: Beautiful names, and they go great together.
This is my daughter Guinevere Audie. Her middle name is a family name.
Forgive me for getting slightly off-topic, but I noticed that Fiammetta means "little fire," and since the baby will be born in late March, her zodiac sign will be Aries, which is a fire sign. Just...
Absalom, Adair, Ahmet, Albion, Aldous, Amaury, Arkady, Balsam, Bay, Behan, Cadmus, Caliban, Casimir, Clyde, Cosmo, Crosby, Digby, Django, Drummer, Ebenezer, Emil, Fielding, Fisher, Foster, Grover,...
Amabel, Addison, Arlene, Aloisa, Bernice, Bertha, Brooklynn, Crystal, Cornelia, Calliope, Connie, Dolores, Destinee, Divine, Dina, Edna, Faith, Fuchsia, Gertrude, Gaia, Giada, Gabrielle, Hildegarde,...
Jack, Morgan, Skye, and Benjamin
Abler, Enoch, Jadon, Jothan, Nehemiah, Obediah
I think Caleb would still go great with the rest of your children's names, since Caleb is a biblical name.
I actually kind of like it. It reminds me of the boy name Zebedee, which I love. The Lara part sounds pretty, and the Bee part is cute. I wouldn't use it myself, but I can see the appeal.
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