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Arrow Colleen and Arrow September flow well. I like those.
Arrow Vallory sound good at first, but there is a repeating sound there that throw me off.
Judy and Sapphire would work as well, and I...
I adore Lorraine, but realize that it still seems dated for some. It also has the unexpected nn Rain or Raini. We have Belraine on our list as a middle, but it is more a place name than a traditional...
Well, my name is Heidi Joy.
I have always loved my name though, so feel free to borrow since I doubt we will ever meet.
I really like Heidi Beatrice from your list, though my personal tastes...
To go with your t-ending theme... I suggest Annette or Anette. Lila Anette is very pretty.
Lila Irene (happens to be my grandmother's name)
My daughter has a French name... Clarisse. It is actually quite uncommon in the states (as is Clarice). I love French flair, and have Amandine, Melisande, Nadine, Camille, Celeste, Leontine and...
Oh, I love Oona as a full name. I actually know a little Una too (she is from the Philippines, 4 years old). I totally agree with the others that you should just use Oona or Una.
However, if you...
Rhys Woods (Reece)
Graham Woods (Graeme)
Rhys Woods (Reece)
Graham Woods (Graeme)
Since this is fictional, I will remove my daughter Clarisse Bituin from the equation.
Well Margaret or Charlotte would match well, but those might be too common for you.
Have you considered Sommer (German for Summer) or Summer? I think that Sommer Jane or Summer Denise would be lovely. It could also roundabout-ly honor Sonny.
I also LOVE Fallon. I know you spelt...
Bailee / Baylee
Its actually quite common for people to go by their middle names. Happens all the time. My Uncle Scott is actually named Harold Scott.
My grandmother went by Irene her whole life, but her name...
We are only TTC right now, but I think we have narrowed our list down anyway.
Please give me your opinions, and feel free to be honest.
Veronica Perlas Gilda
Nadine Amihan Giada
I think Graham would match well for a boy - while Whitley or Whitney would be a lovely name for a sister.
I think Eden would match them all and stick with your Biblical theme. I also know a girl born last year named Genesis... but I find Eden to be the prettier of the two - though both would flow well...
It's best to remember that people will mess up the spelling of ANY name. You could name your child Sarah, and be asked if it is Sara, Sairah etc. My daughter is Clarisse, and people fall all over...
December 5th, 2014, 11:58 AM
This is what I was going to say too ^^^.
You can certainly say that you found the name on a registry of Titanic passengers, but it is not technically honoring one. The ideal outcome would be that...
Avis Rebecca & Myra Heather
Margo Rebecca & Terese Heather
Nora Rebecca & Clara Heather
Daphne Rebecca & Celeste Heather
Opal Rebecca & Ruby Heather
Wendy Rebecca & Shasha Heather...
December 4th, 2014, 10:59 AM
I wouldnt have made the connection with River Phoenix's family at all.
Summer Joy is a bit phrase-y, but I happen to like Joy... so it technically works for me.
If you like Joy so much, why...
I know a little Violet (sister to Olive). I have never once thought "violent" when I say her name. Everyone only thinks of the flowera nd teh color. In fact, Violet seems trendy on name boards, but...
December 3rd, 2014, 03:12 PM
We seriously considered Hadassah at one point ourselves, though we debating just going with Hadassa.
The nickname list we came up with was:
Dassa, Haddy, Ada, Hada, Dasha, Dashi, Asha, Hasha,...
Well, I am a bit unusual that I like double-barrelled names that are totally unique. Our list, when we were making lists to name our first DD, had tons:
I like it.
The only Briar I know is a guy, but I always thought it would be prettier on a girl.
Alice is so charming that it matches well. It's a very "storybook" name.
I think that Briar and...
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