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April 13th, 2015, 10:39 PM
April 12th, 2015, 05:17 PM
1. Aiden and any -aden names...just stop
2. Kinsley, Kenzlee, Kinzleigh (you know she will eventually be an adult & put her name on a resume, right?)
4. Most -sley names on girls,...
Of your list I love Eve Amelia best! I'm not big on double middle names (I know, I know- I must be the minority on NB!). Other suggestions:
I don't think the -eigh spelling on its own makes it too feminine at all. I think it works only in Leigh itself- for example, if you did Bradleigh, I'd think girl, but seeing Leigh on its own in the...
Names that came to mind...
Archer (love the nn Archie!)
Merileigh (prefer Merilee spelling), Marleigh, Leigha, Raleigh, Bayleigh, Emaleigh, Annaleigh, Hadleigh, Everleigh, Adaleigh, Henleigh, Haleigh, Coraleigh
For some reason I just can't see Fable, but I LOVE Harbor for a baby girl. I definitely don't see it masculine either.
I definitely don't think it needs a nickname. Addie wouldn't come to mind though, if I had to think of one. It's such a short name and easy to say, I can't see shortening it
March 31st, 2015, 03:40 PM
I love Lachlan, and I don't see where there'd be any pronunciation problems! My faves from your list are:
Lachlan James Watson
Vincent James Watson (Vinny)
Nathaniel James Watson (Nate)
I like Asher Drew, Asher Jude, and Asher Luke best! Dylan and Truman sound too rhyme-y to me with your last name, IMO.
March 31st, 2015, 11:15 AM
I voted Elodie Beth, but Lily Beth or Elodie Rose are my favorite combos from all your names :)
I love it!!!
March 30th, 2015, 10:00 PM
March 30th, 2015, 09:55 PM
In a word - yes. Haha :) but Aura Lux is ok, working in the medical field all I can think of is an aura prior to a seizure, but most people wouldn't think of that I'm sure.
Noble Sawyer, I just can't make myself like either of the other 2 names!
I like it but prefer it pronounced Mah-ren better
March 30th, 2015, 09:31 PM
I think it would work, but I love the name Delaney and don't really see a point in having a nn for it. Laney comes more natural. If you want to call her Dani, I would just name her that. I know a...
March 30th, 2015, 09:26 PM
I am totally the same! I don't know what it is about masculine names on a girl I love...I think they're just so spunky - sounding! My little girl is named Pryor Marie, both are family names. A lot of...
March 30th, 2015, 09:16 PM
I think Foster fits fine with your daughter's name! Other names that popped in my head:
Archer William Wayne
Britton William Wayne
Stetson William Wayne
Calder William Wayne
Eh, well I'm sure I wouldn't get good responses either- I named my little girl Pryor Marie and once people finally realized she I'd a girl, they ask "so like, Prior offenses?". Whatev. It's a family...
I love McCoy! Or even just Coy itself... I love surnames, and since your first son has one, I'd def keep up the tradition. Campbell, Tate, Lowry, Samson, Booker, Decker, Merritt, Kingston, Brigham (...
I like Ellis & Noah the best! Malachi reminds me of children of the corn (sorry!) And the only Rory I know is a girl so I can't see it on a boy. Ellis goes best IMO as it is also a surname, like your...
March 28th, 2015, 10:46 AM
If you are going to call her Shay (or Shea, Shae) I would just name her that! The only time I would give one name knowing I was going to use a nn would be if it were a family name, like wanting to...
March 28th, 2015, 10:38 AM
I love Tennessee Henry! Of course, I am from the south and it sounds very southern :) However, if Aaron were more meaningful, I would use it, if it were me. Tennessee Henry might "flow" better and...
March 19th, 2015, 09:04 PM
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