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That's exactly my fear. It's a great name for a creative person, but maybe not for a more serious girl or a Tomboy. I definitely don't want to typecast her.
The Christian connection, according to name berry, is that the marigold was the official flower if the Virgin Mary. I'm glad to know that is not too strong of a connection.
I'm not crazy...
Thanks! Amelie Louise is a definite continder. I'm not feeling Lou names in the first spot. Louisette and Lucia are interesting.
My pick would be Mia! Or Mimi, Amy, Millie, Ria, Lia, Mellie
I'm looking for some new ideas for boy or girl to help me honor my grandfather Louis, pronounced "Louie" I could also use his Hebrew name, "Eleazer" as inspiration
My daughter is...
So, I've had Marigold on my list, sort of as a guilty pleasure ,but hubby loves it! It would honor multiple relatives and go well with sister Matilda. I'm just wondering is it too weird or silly?...
Welcome to the world Matilda Quinn!!! She was born November 16, 2013. A little late on the announcement, but you moms know how life with a newborn can be!
We mostly call her Tilly, or even Tilly Q...
Thats my birthday too! Great name, congrats!
April 25th, 2013, 11:14 PM
Thank you! I love Maude, but I would wait and see if it fits her personality.It seems very wearable to me. I think of Maude Apatow. I'm glad you got the references for Escher Noam, thats exactly...
April 25th, 2013, 11:09 PM
I love Asher too. Its too popular for me though.
April 25th, 2013, 08:05 PM
I can't believe I'm finally pregnant and can post on nameberry! Yay! We don't know the sex yet, but have top name picks for each sex. We don't plan on telling anyone until the baby is born, so I'd...
March 26th, 2013, 05:43 AM
Minnie can be short for any M name, so you have lots of options. Also short for wilhemina and Amelia. Both classics for sure. Minerva is nice, but stiff for a child imo.
March 7th, 2012, 06:20 AM
Lorelei can be shortened to Rory (like in Gilmore girls) could be a good compromise.
Similar to Emma: emmaline, Etta, Ella, Gemma, similar to Sophie: Sylvie, Sonia, Daphne, Josie (Josephine ) , Sadie,
March 1st, 2012, 07:27 AM
I love it! It doesn't exactly rhyme because of the different syllables, but it rhymes just enough to be catchy.
February 13th, 2012, 03:01 PM
I have considered this exact combo for a future daughter. Therefore I think its an excellent name. I prefer Mirabel though personally.
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