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Bryce or Wyatt would bs my go-tos
I'd keep my own name. It's actually the norm where I live and they make it complicated to change it, not that I would. I don't feel like a name is what defines a family in any sense, having many...
Apparently, as many boys in the States carry it. But it always strikes me as strange that someone would choose it as a given name.
I think you could do it. If you always introduce him as Anse, that's what people will call him. If he decides he likes Andy, I don't think you can really avoid it. Having said that, I tend to...
I prefer Ash for a boy, and use it regularly as a short form for friends named Ashley. Though I really like the name for a lad, I feel like your daughter my get a few eye rolls for Ash Hedges. Too...
I think Margot Hunter works well
June 24th, 2014, 12:44 PM
I voted Ava, and also think Savannah (Sav, Savvy, Anna should she decide to shorten it). Emma and Amelia are just everywhere right now
My name's not common, but it is well-known with the standard spelling. And it's spelling is always predictably botched by baristas and others alike. I think it's kind of funny to see the variations...
September 19th, 2013, 11:48 AM
In a word, yes. Though with the child it's only actually happened once. I work with infants and toddlers and in my experience it's the parents who encourage the bad behaviour by not actually...
September 19th, 2013, 11:39 AM
How to name your baby properly.
For all the rebuttals, it's worth watching until the end
What about Audrey, Elaine, Ainsley, Ellen, or Elspeth?
September 12th, 2013, 11:25 PM
You know, when she's a teenager, she might think it's pretty cool to have the option to be EVL. Imagine if that were the extent of her rebeliousness ;) Really though, I think you're over-thinking...
September 12th, 2013, 11:19 PM
August 13th, 2013, 10:25 PM
Clearly not everyone agrees with me, but I think naming your child after yourself is the ultimate expression of vanity.
First shortened form of Hawthorne that came to mind was Heath. I like Reid. I'm more inclined to a single syllable middle name in this case; two maybe.
If not Reid, maybe
I love the title of this thread! Of those on your list, these are the ones I like best:
I like Dixon James best. The esses don't bother me though
August 3rd, 2013, 08:22 PM
They work really well together. Nice job!
August 3rd, 2013, 08:12 PM
I quite like Artemis; actually I think it's a great name. And as far as the characteristics/traits and myth association, it could be so much worse for a girl growing up these days. I like that her...
Other names that come to mind based on your lists below. Do any of these appeal, or have the opposite effect?
Kate or Catherine
I'd lean more towards Leila or Lila Blythe. Thoughts on Lara?
Thoughts on any of these? Some are older, but less frequently used of late
What about Amelia June?
Do you mean you're trying to stay away from traditional names or popular ones? I ask because all of these have recently become very popular in the area where I live, though that might not be the...
May 26th, 2013, 02:26 PM
I'd say either:
Madeline or Alexandra Jane
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