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Isabella isn't popular in my part of England at all so I highly doubt she will be Isabella L. or whatever in school. I have spoke to my auntie who has two children; one in primary and one in nursery...
I adore Freya and Lila. Freya and Lila feel so strong yet so sweet and simple at the same time. They're both on my list, but with Lila spelled Lyla. :) They both feel like names that would suit a...
I second Maeve, Wren and Lux.
February 28th, 2015, 06:33 PM
I love Zoe and Lily the most.
If I want to move a name from the GP list to my actual list, I think about how much I would care for the reactions of people when I announced the name of a baby. For example, I had Shiloh on my GP...
I'm not a fan of it but I could definitely see it on both genders. :)
This was hard. I picked Anna as it's a long-time favourite, but Cecilia and Amelia are lovely too.
February 28th, 2015, 02:21 PM
I love Annabel, Anneliese and Ivy.
Ivy Anneliese is stunning!
I really don't like both, but I know a teenage girl called Ruth so I have seen it work fine and think Ruth nn Ruthie as a young child is cute. However, 'ruthless' comes to mind with Ruth and so does...
February 28th, 2015, 02:10 PM
I'm one of three sisters so I am constantly called my sisters names and not my own. My grandparents and my own parents are usually the only ones who have to go through my two other sisters before...
February 27th, 2015, 07:52 PM
I have to disagree with your comment on Bobby/Bobbie being childish. I know a 16-year-old male Bobby and a 19-year-old female Bobbie who both wear their names well; not at all childish.
February 27th, 2015, 04:25 PM
It's blue and black! I always said it was so I was chuffed to see the designers say it was, too. :)
It's kind of a confusing story, in my eyes. The E is from my name, Eryn, and the ox is just a hug and kiss. Then, the ima was just to round it all off and you can pronounce it (ee-ox-ee-ma), but it...
Thank you all! It's nice to hear people, despite being sick of Isabella where they live, have given me positive thoughts about it. :)
I have, but nobody in my family/extended family have two...
I honestly think your child can just be nicknamed Bobby/Bobbie and go by a totally different name. It would be simple to just say that's what your son has called her ever since you fell pregnant, and...
I know a girl called this and it has always intrigued me. Contrary to a post above, I think the pronunciation is pretty straight forward but there may be issues with spelling. However, I do like...
February 27th, 2015, 12:21 PM
I think it would be fine, but part of me is bothered that it could seem that you are pushing religion onto a child. Do you know what I mean? Maybe this would be extreme, but giving them Saint as a...
February 27th, 2015, 11:12 AM
I think of only girls called Eden, due to only knowing girls called it (as well as Eden from Toddlers & Tiaras). However, it isn't frilly/girly so I think it works on a boy. It is unisex, anyway. It...
I think it's fine, and I love Elijah Levi or Elijah Gabriel. From the list, I like Ezra Levi and Joseph Gabriel.
I like it on a boy. My dad is an avid golfer and I always see him chirping on about Rory McIlroy and watching him on the TV, and it's the only association I have with the name.
February 27th, 2015, 09:49 AM
Erin and Aaron aren't the same name guys, Erin isn't unisex...
Ariadne, although they're both pretty!
February 27th, 2015, 09:26 AM
Luca and Jude came to mind first.
You can't go wrong with both of your lists, they're all sturdy names wearable at all ages! I am particularly fond of Jacob, Joshua,...
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