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March 13th, 2015, 04:55 PM
Artemis Iyana & Apollo Daxon
In my whole life I've known one. She'd be in her late 30's now.
Love Esme and Emilia together! They have very different sounds but a similar style and feel. I love them! I've NEVER met siblings or twins that have had a terrible awful life just because they have...
Pre-school aged brothers, Oliver & Roland.
Also a teenage girl named Tanis.
Saw a sibset of Tessa, Maisie, Francie, and Janie. Also Cade, Kennedy, and Pierce. And sisters Denali & Olivia and brother Dylan.
On the internet I've also seen Ourania and Forbes.
March 6th, 2015, 04:07 PM
I love the name you chose! It suits your other sons well to!
You'd have to really be a huge fan of his to make that connection. I had no idea at all what you were talking about. I didn't even know who John Green was til you referenced the fault in our stars,...
It's not stupid and I like the advice to treat it like a double name like Mary-Kate, Emily-Sophia, Ivy-Lou...etc. and hyphenate it.
Saw these names on nurseries on several decorating sites and they sound like they walked right out of our forum here at NB!!!! lol:
Araiya & Tallis(g.)
Poet Vivienne Rose
Abilene-never been a huge fan of this, it's too twangy for my taste
Archer-I'd prefer Asher
Arianwen-somewhat cumbersome, pretty, but probably over the top, best as a MN
Adelina-cute but I prefer...
Plum, saw it used as a MN to Milla on a name blog, it was a MN of some other blogger's daughter but I found it endearing.
as quoted from her blog(and yes the woman's name on the bleubirdblog...
March 1st, 2015, 03:54 PM
Came across it on a name blog. It's a character in a 1961 Ingmar Bergman film. But I have no idea how to pronounce it. I'm reading it as MARE-tuh or MARE-eetuh? Anyone have any knowledge of this name...
March 1st, 2015, 03:11 PM
March 1st, 2015, 03:07 PM
DD/DD/DD: Bryony Rebecca, Ivy Adrienne, Poppy Helene
DD/DD/DD: Amity Delphine, Honor Aloisa, Blythe Genevieve
DD/DD/DD: Mireille Audrey, Allegra Tess, Violet Camille
DD/DD/DD: Gemma Dorothea,...
Found these today in a blog post about Napoleon's mistresses:
The German Isambard is a derivative of Isanbert. Isambard was the name of a famous engineer in the late 1800's.
I was looking for obscure names last night for a post in the forums and found a blog...
I prefer Mateo as I've only heard Callan on a girl. Spelled Kallyn but prn the same as Callan.
February 28th, 2015, 11:24 PM
Haven Jacqueline Leona. I actually like alliteration and she has a high possibility of getting married I assume, so last names for girls I sort of ignore.
No, as far as "dumbing them down" it'd be Anna and Nicole, those are vastly different names. I actually think they sound like a great sibset!! They have a few same sounds but I like it! I'm a fan of...
February 28th, 2015, 10:51 PM
I like it! my DD Ruby is indirectly named after my grandma and sister, so I get the "stretch" I say it's the thought that counts. My gram and my sister agreed! They were both thrilled! And its become...
I say go for it. I actually thought about naming a DD Kenna in honor of my grandfather Kenneth. Kenna might be a girly NN possibility.
awwww I have an Isaac, the laughter meaning was part of my choice. I was so worried about having 3 children, and my MIL always told me her third(my SIL Lindsey) was such a happy child and laughed all...
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