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Thrilled to announce the Earthside arrival of Milo Joseph on June 27th. Thanks, Berries, for all if your help!
May 16th, 2014, 06:10 PM
OMG, "Aurelia Mae, get your booty in here," is perfect. Thanks!
May 16th, 2014, 06:07 PM
Yes, "golden ruby" is a bit much, eh?
May 16th, 2014, 04:02 PM
Hi Berries! We've got just a few weeks to go before the arrival of our first baby. We're waiting until the "big moment" to find out the sex. Will you help us narrow the list? Our last name is a...
I love it. Endearing, warm, and jazzy. Also, the "Milo and Otis," association is a positive one for me and Milo is on my short list.
Beatrix or Aurelia
Oh my, so many of my name crushes in one place! This post is like...I dunno ...babyname porn?!?
Good Girl: Grace
Celeb: Winter (and Georgia)!...
March 16th, 2013, 11:06 AM
Matilda is just the perfect addition to your darling family. Virginia is also wonderful. I just love your name choices. If you're still searching, how about: Mabel (nn Mae) or Evelyn (nn Evie or...
January 27th, 2013, 06:13 PM
Atticus. I can't get enough of it. Trendy, nerdy, and hipster all in one.
January 21st, 2013, 10:24 AM
Like many of us on this thread, the letter L keeps pulling me in along with its compatriots A, E, and sometimes O.
November 19th, 2012, 05:27 PM
Suraya is my favorite, but I must say that all of your names are wonderful choices. I would pronounce it "Sir-I-ah" with a long "I" sound in the middle.
Aurelia May (but I'd do the Aurelia Mae spelling) is one of my current combo crushes. Eliza Mae is also beautiful. Great list of possibilities overall!
I also prefer Callum. (The Beckhams are nice to look at, but have unfortunately turned me off of baby Beckhams). What about Callum Grey?
Cora is darling. While most Nameberries seem to classify Rowan as a modern name, both Cora and Rowan have some Scottish roots and I think they are great as individual names and make a solid sibset....
July 3rd, 2012, 07:13 PM
Spunky! "Uncommon but familiar and cool," Indeed! Though, Marin/Maren is a bit more appealing to me.
August is just perfect the way it is. The "us," "ine", or "in" endings just make the nice, strong "August" a bit too forced for me.
Aria Jane and Aria Grace are very nice. Perhaps Aria Mae or Aria Rae. Aria Maeve, as suggested previously, is also great.
Thanks, Melissa, for writing exactly what I was thinking.
First, I love Game of Thrones and Arya (or Aria) is also at the top of our list so brava! When I began considering the name and asked a few friends and family how they would pronounce "Arya" each...
I would also think Tally is a nn, possibly for Natalia, Thalia, Natalie, etc. Tully somehow has more FN possibility for me.
Girl (17): Noelle Jane
Boy (15): Quincy Grey
Girl (14): Penelope "Penny" Lillian
Girl (12): Mae Scarlet (Love this from the earlier post)
Boy (9): Rowan John
June 6th, 2012, 02:50 PM
Calla, by far. With Clara in second.
What a great name! Fresh, clean, beautiful, and spunky without being over the top. Not sure what you're looking for in a middle name, but I think Aspen flows well with either a one or three syllable...
Aria Maren is gorgeous. Perhaps the hubby will come around? With a great name like Aria though, lots of middle names sound great.
Aria Mae (this is actually at the top of our list, too)!
Aria is currently at the top of our list for girls and we love Aria Elizabeth and Aria Mae. I agree with the other posts: Aria Lyric is just a tad too...well...lyrical.
Beth is a nickname that...
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