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November 21st, 2011, 11:51 PM
My favorites (these are just beautiful!) are:
Scarlett Mae (nn Lottie Mae)
Also a couple other ideas:
I prefer the spelling Mirabelle to Mirabel, think it is really nice, feminine, elegant name. I think it is definitely different enough from cousin Annabelle's name. When I lived in southern...
November 20th, 2011, 03:30 PM
In my experience, Lyla is quite popular (again that is my experience, around my area) I know a 2 y o Lyla and several older Lila's. I love the name though and it's definitely not as popular as Ava,...
I have a soft spot for Agatha b/c it was a character in a childhood book that I loved... I have gotten quite a bit of negative response and I do understand how it does sound rather 'old' in a way,...
November 19th, 2011, 10:07 PM
loving Meredith Claire! :) beautiful, think it goes so great together
Caroline - classic, sweet, feminine
Eleanor - classic, like this but...slightly prefer Elinor spelling, seems spunky
Eloise - I think this flows so beautifully, just rolls off the tongue so to...
Love your boys names! I think these would go well with them:
I like Tanzy, but also prefer the Tansy spelling. While I like it, It always just reminds me of the rhyming word 'pansy' and I cant shake that so for that reason I wouldnt use it, but that is just...
Someone else started a thread about 'Cassia' which I think is sort of similar...and there were a lot of mixed responses (many said they say 'Cassie-a' and several 'Cash-ah.'
Thanks for all the great suggestions! Sabine I am not familiar with so I will have to look that up....Celeste i LOVE but my couin's daughter is named Celeste, so I cant use it!! :( But I would...
Also, what do you guys think of Evienne?! And, what about Evenie Anneliese?
November 17th, 2011, 10:51 PM
I really like the classic Rachel, I think it's a very feminine yet strong and classic choice. I am not a huge fan of Bianca, but it is unique and its one of my sisters favorite names!! :) I can see...
ashthedreamer - THANK you for the pronuciation, very cool! That is what I was hoping and thinking! :) (eh-ven-ee, emphasis on first syllable as u said). I love Noelle Poppy and Evenie Cordelia,...
Really like Thora! I automatically think of actress Thora Birch who I really like, so a positive association for me. Its a strong name
Ok, so h and I have decided on Noelle for one of our twin girls, and the other one is still up in the air! Love many names and u all have given so many great suggestions, I think the issue is just...
I love Millie too and think it can stand alone. But I also like Millicent with nn Millie. I dont really care for Mildred just b/c the 'dred' part sounds like 'dread' to me, (as in dreading...
Sophie and Matilda
Noelle and Tessa
October 15th, 2011, 01:40 PM
Elliott Genevieve & Corie Nicole
Sophie and Matilda
Noelle and Penelope
Sophie and Matilda
Noelle and Story
I much prefer Claire. Claire is classic, feminine, elegant, compact. Clara is nice too, yet to me it just give me the image of an older woman - that is my personal opinion. I do see the appeal of...
What do you all think of the names Tannith, Tawny and Tannah? I like this type of name but dont know if I like these particular names. Just trying to add to our list of names to consider for...
Adelaide is lovely! :) Not too much at all
Eleanora doenst feel frilly to me, possibly b/c the base Eleanor to me is not frilly at all, its feminine yes but not overly feminine or at all frilly. I like it! I like the nn possibilites -...
October 14th, 2011, 08:47 PM
Charleston (nn Charlie)
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