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LOVE it!!! Beautiful and strong, unique while still familiar, and has a strong historical background. I also love how it's the youngest sister's name in Despicable Me--that really freshens it up. My...
October 13th, 2014, 06:08 PM
I love your daughter's name and so many of your choices. My favorite with Georgiana is Louisa. Some more options:
Henrietta (Etta would be a sweet nickname)
Winifred (Winnie and Georgie...
I think Sylvie is a gorgeous name similar to Sophie. I like it even better!
October 11th, 2014, 09:14 PM
I love Pippa for your sibset! It is lovely and fits in beautifully. I definitely wouldn't use Charlotte or any altered spelling as an honor name. I think Cheryl is great for a mn honor spot...
1. I don't think Eleanor (no nickname) makes Nora unuseable to a friend at all. I think there's a wide enough gap that I don't even think it warrants having to check with your friend.
2. I don't...
October 11th, 2014, 01:30 PM
My own personal preference would be Alice. However, you definitely can't go wrong with either choice, and they both are excellent matches for William. Are you inclined towards nicknames? If so, then...
October 9th, 2014, 01:50 AM
How will it be pronounced? If I read the name Aeric (or any of the variations beginning with Ae), I'd instinctively pronounce it:
A-er-ick, and not Air-rick. However, maybe I'm in the minority with...
October 8th, 2014, 11:57 PM
Louis!! Pronounced Lou--ee. Love that name--not too popular, but so cute and handsome. And great with your sibset. Good luck!
September 22nd, 2014, 03:17 PM
I love Arthur (although the nn Art/Artie is a pro for the name to me, so maybe I'm coming at it differently).
Frederick is simply awesome. Freddie is adorable, and I actually think Fred is...
Use the trick of trying the potential name(s) out on yourself and husband. Go to Starbucks and order a drink under one of the prospective names, or introduce yourself as one of the names to someone...
Definitely too similar.
I prefer Miriam over Seraphina. I also prefer Miri over seri. I don't think seri seems like an intuitive nickname, and you may have people wanting to call her Sera instead. Additionally, if you did...
My only association with the name is David and Victoria Beckham, and it's an extremely strong association. I am in California. In my honest opinion, I don't consider the name very usable for a first...
It immediately brings the movie, Lil Abner, to my head. That movie definitely portrays Abner as lacking in intelligence! However, I might be in the minority of people who have seen this movie... It's...
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May 13th, 2014, 09:10 PM
We'd call him Frank.
April 30th, 2014, 09:55 AM
It's not my style, and that spelling would change how I pronounce it. Instead of the emphasis on the first syllable, the belle would cause me to emphasize the second syllable. This name does have a...
I love it. I have also pondered how to get to Millie. Matilda is a great option.
Sessily. I agree that Sissily sounds like Sicily.
I'd butcher it. Cee-ar-a or Cee-air-a.
I'll have to share this post with my mom. I'm a Katherine, nn Kate and Katie. My mom said that she actually preferred the C spelling, but she always loved the nn, Katie, and she didn't think she...
April 20th, 2014, 04:01 PM
Yikes! Just reading your original post makes my blood boil for you. I don't know why you'd even attempt to reply politely to this. She's being rude, overbearing, and incredibly disrespectful. Nip...
I love both of the names, and I don't see any flow problem with either. You can't make a wrong choice (in my opinion), so I'd pick the one YOU love most. If you are wanting more kids, they'd also...
Persephone would me by first choice.
But if you wanted to stick with the A ending, Philippa.
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