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So, I suggested Evander to my husband as a middle name option for a future little one, and he loves it...as a first name though.
I like it, but I prefer more..grounded first names I think. I may...
I like Thaddeus, nn Thad;
Alexander, nn Xander or Lex
Malachi, nn Kai
Benjamin, nn Benji
Elijah, nn Elijah
Maxwell or Maximus, nn Max
Finlay, nn Finn
Evander? My husband loves this one!
My fave combo is definitely Alexander and Benjamin.
Alexander Jonathan is a bit of a mouthful to me, but I love Benjamin James.
I guess the names aren't really unusual, but I wouldn't call them...
January 28th, 2015, 01:29 AM
I haven't heard of Ethaniel before, where did you get the idea for it?
Ethaniel and Benjamin
Ethaniel and Alexander
Ethaniel and Harrison
Ethaniel and Thaddeus
Ethaniel and Theodore
Definetly stick with Evelyn!
I too would pronounce Evalyn as ee-va-lynn.
It won't take long for people to get used to the pronunciation you're using, you just explain that this is a legit...
We love Ronan and since the name is so similar to Roman here are the middles we like with It:
January 24th, 2015, 09:09 PM
Elowen has similar sounds to Anwen but sounds more girly.
Would you use a longer name for Addie? Like Adelaide, Adeline or Adelyn?
Other names like Clara:
January 24th, 2015, 09:01 PM
Oh, they are all so beautiful! I have Sophie Eleanor on my list, so obviously that is my favourite of yours.
Phoebe Evelyn is surprisingly sweet and both Emma Rosalie and Alice Matilda are classicly...
Hm, I'm not sure what you're looking for so I'll share my favourite boys names and hopefully you'll be inspired!
January 24th, 2015, 08:27 AM
Love your daughters name!
What are your other daughters' names so we can consider which will fit best with your family?
I wouldn't say it was old fashioned, but it does remind me of Greece and the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants character.
I like the sound of it, but worry it is too close to 'ef off' jokes.
January 19th, 2015, 10:12 AM
Think about which ones sound best with your surname or the nicknames you like most or even if you want to avoid nicknames.
Rosalie Ada and Maia Adelaide are my favourite choices....
I really like Meadow for a girl, which is unusual for me as I'm usually not into word names.
I think she's sweet and endearing; I picture a little girl with pigtails and freckles on her nose...
Sorry for my opinion, but all I can think is that Marilla rhymes with gorilla. The 'rilla' sound is very unappealing to my ears, and when said aloud Marilla Ruby is a bit of a tongue twister with the...
Wren is my favourite from your list as I think a more gender neutral name would fit best with your other daughter's name.
This is how I would say it also.
I'm not one for alliteration personally, and it doesn't bother me when others use it but honestly it's the sounds that concern me.
The beginning of both M@ren and Margot are rather similar, and...
January 18th, 2015, 12:01 AM
Does your husband like your other names even a little?
Ivy Clementine Catton has a much nicer sound to it, and I also like Edie Clementine with your other children.
I agree with pp that...
Cordelia, Eloise and:
January 16th, 2015, 06:41 AM
My favourite Favourites:
Esther, Esther, Esther!
It's such a beautiful name, and if you wanted to incorporate both names you could do Esther Adele.
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