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Love the movie "Chocolat" and I do like this name but I've had trouble finding combinations for it. Willa Vianne is very musical and elegant!
December 7th, 2015, 04:58 PM
I like the Adam Grayson combo, a historic/modern balance, but you are right, Dean fits so well with the brothers' names. It's got that retro cool vibe that can tie together Eddie and Isaac. Dean...
Lots of very pretty suggestions so far. I would add that with Bryony & Evelyn I liked:
Hazel, Willa, Hattie, Pearl, Miriam, Cora, Odessa, Louisa, Jane, Rosemarie, and Nova. :)
December 5th, 2015, 12:41 AM
Names that could honor (for ones honoring with meaning I put the meaning in parentheses, others just based on letters/sounds of original name):
Robert (meaning bright fame): Roby, Robina, Robin,...
December 3rd, 2015, 01:32 AM
I do find the difference to be pretty striking; Eddie in particular sounds very different to Isaac and Grayson which are in themselves from different schools of names. Not always a bad thing as...
Of the two I greatly prefer Declan Alexander, not fond of name Christopher because of personal associations + it strikes me as a little dated. :/ Like Declan though! For a little more flare you might...
December 3rd, 2015, 12:58 AM
My friend living in Canada has given both her babies two middle names -this is in the last five years - paperwork/passport whole system is very similar to US. No trouble according to her and the...
Wow, congratulations on your happy surprise! :) I *love* your kids' names, especially Delilah Margot and John Shepherd!
When thinking about suggestions, the very first name that seemed right was...
November 29th, 2015, 02:23 AM
• What do you think of this option? I find the commas confusing to be honest. :( When the child is someday told "Write your full name," will they write the commas? I really feel it isn't necessary. ...
Generally for me I would try to steer away from names that rhyme, at least, the common US pronunciation of Connor sounds like "Conner" - but I expect in Ireland or elsewhere the "or" might stand out...
Maybe something like...
November 28th, 2015, 05:25 AM
Nice top three. :) My top pick is Willem - like pp said, EmmeTT Daw is a bit hiccup-y in the flow with the hard consonants there. And Euan, while cool, when put together with last name it sounds like...
November 28th, 2015, 03:15 AM
Congratulations on baby boy #3; sounds like a happy family, I'm sure he will be much loved.
My first thought on the names you're considering I think I would cross Abraham off the list as Isaac &...
November 27th, 2015, 06:10 PM
My favorite is definitely Sylvie, love that name. :)
It's a different approach to be wanting a bigger list leading up to baby's arrival as opposed to narrowing it down! I would find the decision...
I like Dylan much better on a girl than a boy. :) Something like Dylan Josie or Dylan Bess would be cute and cool at the same time.
Monroe is okay as well...for some reason the "mun" syllable...
That's a tough one if you feel like you've already looked at and disliked every single other boys name. But, I know other parents who go through this with a second child of same gender as their first...
November 26th, 2015, 08:09 PM
I also pronounced it as "Kell" - this reminds me of "Quel dommage" and other such French exclamations. :) I admittedly think of Kelly as a 70's name, I think it actually was in the Top 100 in 1968....
That's a great list to choose from. :)
Agnes Rebecca – Agnes to me needs something a little softer in the middle spot, to smooth it out so to speak? That might be why Agnes Rebecca doesn't seem...
Congratulations on your twins first of all! Boy & girl = awesome. :) And I really like the first names you've chosen. Wylie & Arden is unexpected, but not outlandish; very cool and refreshing.
I think Ozzy is very cute as a nickname, but not so easy to carry off as a given...Orson, Osbourn, Oskar, Otis, Osten, Osmand?
I think it sounds alright with the sibset, although gosh I do like...
Isaac Charles and baby sister....
My first thoughts were Cruz, Crewe, or Crosby!
Also.. Lex, Sully, Jett, Wilder, Rune, or Wolf
November 25th, 2015, 04:25 PM
I agree with what some of the previous posters said: totally understandable, nice even, if people want to name baby boys after their fathers - as long as the child has something different they can go...
What about Flora, Goddess of Spring & Flowers, wife of Zephyr, the west wind!? I love that name. :)
Halcyon, the mystic bird who could charm wind & wave
Demi, (from Demeter, "Goddess of...
November 25th, 2015, 03:18 AM
I agree with pp. You really can never go wrong with James as a middle name. It sounds good with almost anything! But it is very common and some might say predictable? And Hartley Thomas does have a...
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