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Wendy is cute and sweet, but it does seem a bit wispy. My first association was Peter Pan. The burger chain exists here but isn't that popular so I didn't think of it until a PP mentioned it. I like...
September 21st, 2014, 09:10 PM
I don't mi d Hector, but I prefer Henry. It's a timeless classic with so many great associations.
September 21st, 2014, 09:06 PM
I was going to suggest Summer, but a PP has already- the "su" from Suzanne and "mer" being close to the "Mar" in Mary.
That sounds amazing, Ren! Have a good time in Tokyo. :)
Solange has a deep, dark, mysterious vibe to me, a woman hiding secrets about her past. It feels elegant and regal, a touch exotic. My first thought was Solange Robillard, Ellen's late...
September 18th, 2014, 01:29 AM
My favourite is Alexander Henry. Classic but modern and spunky like Victoria and Olivia. Henry is a great name but feels a bit clunkier. Leo may be a bit too short with a one-syllable surname,...
September 16th, 2014, 01:23 AM
How are you pronouncing Ottilie? If it's the German oh-teel-ee-uh, it's not too close to Cecily. The English aw-til-lee would be too similar in sound and rhythm to me.
@Ebs- You're 15, right? In the US and Canada that would be grade 10, a sophomore in the US but we don't really use that term here.
FYI- the UK starts primary school a year earlier than the US,...
September 14th, 2014, 02:39 AM
I've never heard of Beatrice Arthur and had to look her up, so I think you're fine. I'm not sure Golden Girls will be popular enough in the future for that to be a problem. Beatrice is beautiful and...
Welcome, new Teenberries! :)
My high school (I'm in Canada) didn't really have homecoming either. There was semi-formal in November, but I never went since it was pretty expensive and I've never...
I think Job is fine as a middle, but as a first being identical to the word job would be confusing and annoying.
Giles Edmund is a very handsome and charming combo! It does feel very British and intellectual. You might have to explain the NN Teddy but it could definitely work.
Illyria is a beautiful name, with a dreamlike fairytale vibe and a great literary reference.
I like the idea of Illyria Maeve. What about:
I've heard of the group Hedley and associate the name with them though I don't even know of any of their songs. I'm Canadian though. I'd prefer Hadley too, especially for a girl.
September 11th, 2014, 12:27 AM
I actually prefer Dylan for a girl, since I grew up with the Clique books a PP mentioned and the Chestnut Hill books by Lauren Brooke, both of which have female main characters named Dylan. And...
September 10th, 2014, 11:58 PM
Congratulations on your new daughter! I noticed the Prince William and Catherine thing a long time ago, but they're both beautiful classics, and the subtle Shakespeare theme with the middles is...
September 10th, 2014, 11:50 PM
Eira Celeste is sweet, whisper-soft, and gentle. It's a beautiful name that conjures up imagery of a snowy, starry night- Eira means snow and Celeste sounds similar to celestial. I know Eira is...
Audrey Clementine has a classy but fun vintage-chic vibe. It's on-trend but not trendy. Audrey is elegant like Audrey Hepburn, and Clementine sweet but tangy like the fruit.
For mother and daughter, it'll be fine. You'll be Mom/Mum/etc. to her anyway. I actually like that it's a subtle nod to you without using your exact name.
I really don't like winter (the season) or frost (the cold stuff), so I couldn't use it myself. In theory though, Frost is mysterious, dramatic and wild; it would make a great middle.
This was the case for the Antonia I knew too. I'm in Canada.
My vote goes to Adelaide- it's classic and elegant but spunky and fun. Alice is pretty too though.
@Theodora- Oh my goodness, hope you feel better and are able to leave the hospital soon!
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