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Thank you for the great suggestions! I'll take these names back to my partner:
My partner and I, although not expecting, have agreed that we both love Rupert for a boy. However, as my partner is French he has asked that we go for a very French girl's name- as Rupert is...
January 30th, 2015, 07:27 AM
January 30th, 2015, 07:18 AM
I love Julia Catherine, it's the perfect name.
From your signature:
My favourite elegant names:
No I don't like Marlian, it sounds made-up and masculine if anything! What about Merryn?
Omgosh, Alba all the way! More unique, sounds great with Madeline too!
Alice Rhiannon s really nice. I knew a Rhiannon, here in the UK, we always said "Ree-ah-non"
Do not like Reid at all! And especially not with palmer, so much teasing potential! (Palm Reader!)
Lydia Elaine is gorgeous! Not keen on your other choices, however.
I love Marigold! It used to be on my list too.
Wow I love so many of these! Combos I’d never even thought of!
January 5th, 2015, 05:06 PM
Penny, Primrose and Plum!
Oh my gosh, both names just sound so perfect with Rosamund. If I had to pick it would be Guinevere to go with Rosamund. But I think Lavinia just has the edge for me not considering your little girl's...
Have a look below and pick your favourite combos (2 or 3 names- I don't mind!) Suggestions are very welcome too! I have so many names I like so I'd love to see some fresh combos.
I say Lee-o-nee
I really like it and Leonie Petra is gorgeous
Ingrid Adele is really beautiful. I agree with the Ellery Celery comment!
I think Julian Aubrey is gorgeous. I live in the UK and Aubrey isn't too feminine for me at all.
December 25th, 2014, 05:01 PM
What about Edward to get to Wodds/Woody? You keep the "E" thing going but get a great nickname out of it, plus I think it sounds daring with your other names.
Emma, Eli and Edward.
The flow is nice, I like Autumn for a middle name and there is nothing wrong with Willow.Not keen on Rae at all but the reason you're using it is nice :)
December 25th, 2014, 03:42 PM
I love the following unisex names or names seen to be more for girls, on boys:
Simone Ines ... I love Simone! and Leo Joseph, although I'd like Leo to be short for something.
Go t be Edwin! It just sound too perfect with Hazel and Olive
I adore your list. I can't choose between
Margaret Susanna (Greta is just my favourite name at the moment!!)
Dorothy Susan - Such vintage charm!
It's a very handsome, classic name. It definitely has been given some new life with the royal baby, but I have a little cousin, born a year before the royal baby, and he was called George, and...
Really crushing on Lavender ! Bit of a GP, but could be a middle name.
Daphne Cecile & Alistair Roy
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