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May 19th, 2013, 01:20 PM
Orchid Aurora is definitely unique and vowel heavy, which I love.
May 19th, 2013, 01:18 PM
I really love Adelaide with Scarlett coming in as a close second.
May 19th, 2013, 12:41 PM
Catherine, without a doubt. You have great names on your list, but Catherine is so classic and underrated. I much prefer the "C" spelling, too.
I'm loving Merrick Liam. So cool. I think Zealand is awesome, too.
May 16th, 2013, 05:34 PM
Thanks ladies! Helena Astrid Cora is lovely, what do you all think of that? DH doesn't like Coralie and it wouldn't sound ideal with our last name, either. I'm also liking Helena Coraline Astrid. So,...
Because Charlotte is in the middle name spot, I don't think popularity matters. Also, since it is personally significant to you, popularity shouldn't matter. Louisa Charlotte is divine!
May 15th, 2013, 10:19 PM
We've decided on Helena [hel-EHN-uh] if it's a girl. Yay! Middle name will be Cora but we wanted to add another. Astrid. I don't know why, but we adore it. Does Helena Cora Astrid sound off? If so,...
May 15th, 2013, 10:12 PM
I live in a large city in Maryland. A lot of the names popular here I would classify as yuppie names. There are a lot of Eve's, Eva's, and Ava's. Caleb and Jacob are pretty popular. Some unexpected...
So happy you're home, rollo! Still praying for a speedy recovery! Xx
What a darling baby! Congratulations, mama! Best of luck to you and Juniper "Birdie"
Congratulations! Charlie, Eli, and Julian- How charming!
May 14th, 2013, 10:29 PM
Sending good vibes your way! Here are some names that will hopefully help (that also sound particularly nice with Bugsy):
Jack Richmond (maybe after DH?)
Elizabeth by far.
I agree with uselesskitty,Elle is so... Meh. There are so many great nicknames for Elizabeth- Betty, Bessie, Beth, Libby, Eliza, none strike your fancy? If you do go with Elle,...
Althea is such a strong, distinguished name with a fabulous namesake. Althea seems strong, brave, and wise whereas Emmeline seems, well, flimsy.
So sorry about the negative. Sending good vibes your way. I don't care for the first names, although Tessa would be my pick of the three. The middle names are amazing, especially Isadora. Ever...
May 13th, 2013, 09:51 PM
Sweet. Yes, it's old-ladyish but that's the appeal. Musty but so wearable. Flossie is my favorite nickname for Florence. Florence Jane is fabulous.
Claudia- I adore this one! It really is such a lovely name. Unexpected but oh so classic. The only set back for me is the meaning, but if you don't mind it, I say go for it. Lillian Claudia Joy has a...
Poll: Pronunciation of Helena
DH and I are unsure on how to say Helena since there are a few options. We like [hel-LAY-nuh] but it may not be the first pronunciation people go to. So, which do you prefer? [HELL-eh-nuh],...
Thanks so much for your help. To clear up confusion, we're pronouncing Helena as [HELL-ehn-uh]. We like [hel-LAY-nuh] but it just won't work in the area we live. Should we just use the pronunciation...
I came to a realization today that the babe is due in two months! You mean I won't be pregnant forever?
We could really use some feedback on our names, here they are!
Hmm... Probably Susannah Leigh, Magnolia June, and Georgia Corinne. Susannah is after my Grandma, Leigh is after my middle name. Magnolia is after a bakery DH and I met at, June is DH mom's middle...
May 6th, 2013, 09:25 PM
My opinions on your favorites:
Fiona- I love this too! I think it'd be fine with your last name. How do you feel about Fiona Ivy? Fiona Annabel?
Ivy- This is on our list, too. I find it...
None of those names I'd associate with that description. I was thinking Laura or Margot, maybe even Daphne.
Thank you so much ladies! Really digging Augusta and Daisy at the moment.
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