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I'm also a little concerned about the Irish last name ending in "y"... sounds like it could be very rhymey with Delaney. Making the name not "ridiculous," exactly, but maybe not the most...
Phoebe and Amelia. For sure.
March 24th, 2014, 01:47 AM
I'm actually a little surprised that Aurora has been solidly in the SS top 1000 since they started counting. I've never met a single person with the name.
Husband absolutely loved it until I...
@katieree so sorry to hear about your m/c, but that sounds like wonderful news that you won't have to wait to try again. I had a chemical last month and am now on CD16 and I think today is my O day....
Lol about the accent! I can see how that might do a number on certain names, haha! I am jealous though. Wish I had a cool accent.
Yeah the biggest issue I'm thinking as far as saying the name is...
Right. Liana is neither "Lee-anna" nor "Lye-anna" as mentioned in the op. It's definitely lee-AHN-uh.
I've recently started to feel pretty down on my girls' list, and needed some new inspiration. I read through one of the NB ebooks ("Cool Names") and stumbled across this.
Auretta means "gentle...
Yeah I'm not seeing any "hate" on this thread, or anywhere else, for this classic name. People don't tend to trash classics like Emily around here.
It was the number one baby name for over a...
@jessieo - thank you! It's nice to hear from someone else who knows exactly what this is like. Quite the emotional roller coaster. I'm thinking you're right about that vacation...AF and I could both...
Is this really an issue, you think? Are people going to think I named my child after a nipple?!
(p.s., nice to see you around here again, Blade!)
Aurelia is climbing up to the top of my list lately. I've seen a couple old threads discussing the pronunciation, but not a poll yet, so I thought I'd start one!
The first syllable is "au" as in...
@whitecloud, @moonkai, & @beth - Thank you so much for your support. :) I still feel disappointed but it's nice to be able to see the positive in a situation like this. Gonna start OPKs in about a...
@beth & @asch - Thanks so much :) It did end up being a chemical. Started bleeding today and it's not that bad but definitely more than what my usual periods are like. I think I knew intuitively that...
We have kind of similar tastes! I like a lot of your choices.
Aurelia This is a front runner for me right now. To me it strikes the perfect balance of being very uncommon, yet not...
Well, it's been a crazy past few days for me.
We did one unprotected BD early this month and then I started feeling a little stressed out from a lot of different things, so we decided to hold off...
January 9th, 2014, 06:31 PM
Wow, what timing! I very recently sort of fell in name-love with Cassius/Cassian and wasn't sure which one I liked more. Glad I found this thread!
I think you could definitely get away with either...
December 22nd, 2013, 04:42 PM
I need boy help.
Husband and I have one name that we're pretty set on, that also goes well with my favorites from my girls' list—Mattias. It's a family name and if we have a boy, I'm fairly...
December 20th, 2013, 02:37 PM
I like Madeleine or Matilda/Mathilda to get to Maddy/Mattie.
Madison was trendy 10 years ago and for some awful reason continues to remain popular. Would you really want to name your daughter,...
December 13th, 2013, 06:48 PM
Your husband is 100% right about Jacqueline.
Felicity is absolutely darling. Felicity Jean has the most charming, Southern vibe... I just love that combo for you. Imogen (imma-jen) would honor...
December 12th, 2013, 07:12 PM
Added to the list:
There are several others that I really love but can't use due to similarity with (or being the exact same name as) a friend/relative's name.
December 11th, 2013, 03:29 PM
Why would referring to "African" or "Asian" names would be insensitive? If it's an African name, it's an African name. Maybe it's specifically a Kenyan name, but using the word "African" doesn't make...
December 10th, 2013, 10:36 PM
My taste in names over the last couple years has evolved to a style that is fairly consistent—I like pleasant-sounding, uncommon, yet not unheard of names that have a European sort of traditional...
I think Sylvie Isobella is really lovely.
As already pointed out, the two "v" names are a no-go. It makes for a triple "v" sound— "Syl-VEE-Vi-VEE-en."
But I'd like to add that "Lua" means...
December 7th, 2013, 04:50 PM
I also have a grandfather named Leo, and we're considering Leonora for a girl to honor him. :)
(would pronounce "LAY-ah-NORa")
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