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Charlie Emerson & George Alexander
Lola, Flossie, Charlie, George & Matt :)
Thank you both so much!! x
This sounds like me, hahaha, oops!
Which of these nicknames are the most wearable as first names?: Millie, Maisie, Mollie, Elsie, Evie, Lola.
Not at all! Stephanie has royal connections (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephanie#Royalty ), which sort of bring it to a different level, as opposed to just being an older name, Amy, for me, is a...
March 23rd, 2015, 03:08 PM
4 girls, 3 boys.
March 23rd, 2015, 12:57 PM
Aw, thank you!! :)
March 23rd, 2015, 10:18 AM
Isla Rose - Love this! Isla seems to fit one syllable names perfectly.
Everly Kate - I'm not as crazy about Everly, but again, it fits one syllable names perfectly - Everly Kate is darling.
DH: Emery Prescott
DW: Isla Beatrice
DD: Harlow Lucille
DD: Elsie Adeline
DS: Theodore Raleigh
DS: Cyrus Deandre
DD/DD: Gemma Cassandra & Hadley Wren
DS: William Kyle
DH: Rafferty Isaac
DW: Poppy Abigail
DS: Aaron Jacob
DD: Mairead Teagan
DS: Atticus William
DD: Stella Vivian
DD: Blythe Milena
March 22nd, 2015, 09:07 PM
Benedict is likely going to be fine, I doubt it'll go incredibly high, and I don't see Mabel jumping into the top 100 in the next few years either, however, I wouldn't go for Boniface at all, it...
March 22nd, 2015, 08:52 PM
Titania, for sure, I love the name, and the Shakespearean connection, but I can't get past that first syllable. I also love Antoinette, Alexandrina, Saoirse, Aoibheann, Eimear, Dearbhail, Doris,...
I'm not a massive fan of this, it feels very place name-y, but not in the same sense as place names like Savannah, or even London or Bristol, but rather in the Manchester, Liverpool, Toronto, sense....
March 22nd, 2015, 12:58 PM
Adelaide - Adelaide is such a gorgeous name! I love it :)
Antonia - I've always loved Antonia but I'm slowly realising that I've overlooked it for far too long! It's absolutely gorgeous.
Most of these have probably been suggested, but flipping through the A section of a name book, I found:
Margo Aoibheann (Eve-een)
March 21st, 2015, 11:24 PM
Vesper Opal - This is a lovely combination, Vesper Opal is beautiful, unique, yet rather familiar feeling.
Dossie Gardener - If I'm honest, I do prefer this for a girl, I think it'd be a lovely...
March 21st, 2015, 09:34 PM
Aw, thank you! Ella Felicity is gorgeous, Felicity seems to fit everything! Poppy Lisette and Poppy Aviana are gorgeous, I've always been drawn to Aviana, to be honest! Ella Bryony is one I thought...
March 21st, 2015, 08:36 PM
I'm working on completing my list, and I've managed to only use each name once so far, but, I can't seem to find middle names for Ella, Georgia, Lyla, Isla and Poppy. I'd like to only use each name...
1. Wizard, because I'm still obsessed with Harry Potter, like, 14-15 years after seeing the first film.
2. Nope! I can't stand snow, or the cold!
3. I love the meaning of Enid, but totally not the...
I'm not really a fan, unfortunately :/ Doris, however, I love.
March 21st, 2015, 11:01 AM
@essa - I'll just comment on your combinations for now, but I love your style!
Edith Lily - I adore this, Lily helps to bring a little cheer and frill to Edith, which is one of my favourites. Edie...
I really like a lot of popular names, but I feel like trendy names are the ones that have sort of sprung up over night, as opposed to classics like Charlotte, Sophia, Amelia, etc.
It's one of those generic pet names, I think? It's like Honey or Pixie - could be short for anything.
March 20th, 2015, 10:14 PM
Both my best friends live in the UK, so it's heavily influenced by the names they've mentioned a lot!
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