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For me it's a bit dated. But friendly and approachable.
Definitely prefer it for a boy than a girl, especially after Casey Anthony!
To me, Tobias sounds like a refined Englishman, and Toby is a warm, sweet, and friendly nickname. Just to balance out the previous comment!
I prefer Ezra.
I would say it was trendy in the 80's-90's. So it feels a bit dated to me, though not totally out of fashion or anything. Archer seems to be the modern version.
Is this spelling too complicated? it's a bit tricky--i had no idea how to pronounce this name until recently
Is it too girly? not with this spelling. Skyler is too girly to me.
I've never thought of Tobias as an African-American name. Tobiah I could see maybe more so, as it sounds more biblical, which is common--although I have no idea if that's actually the case. Isaiah...
Today, 04:24 PM
Aww too bad. Jace and Owen would have been really cute together.
my opinions on your list are:
Aidan - too popular
Mason - too popular and too similar
Riley - too unisex
Dylan - a bit...
I like both these names a lot. Linnea is very pretty, while Nola i view as spunkier. i like Magnolia nickname Nola too.
Not that this matters at all to me, but since you mentioned it, i think Nola...
Personally I wouldn't do it. I think there are so many names, you can surely find a distinct name you love for another daughter. I think it would be nicer for them to have unique names that they can...
Personally i don't really see the point in using a different first name knowing you'll call your daughter by her middle name.... there's nothing wrong with doing it that way, i just don't quite get...
Today, 01:26 PM
I thought it was bree-oh-nee :/ Not sure if i've met someone who pronounced it that way, or if it was just me in my head pronouncing it wrong all this time....
Makes perfect sense. you know what you're doing, you don't need us :) Good luck choosing. I love both.
Congratulations! great names... all 3!!!
Wonderful, congrats! Ella Ruby is perfect. :)
Harrison and Grant go great together too! I think it could be ok with a one syllable last name, as long as the last name doesn't have the same an sound or other repeating sounds. You have 5 good...
Leo Joseph is very handsome. The only thing i could say about it is the back to back long O's maybe aren't ideal, but I love it anyway. plus since Joseph is a family name, who cares.
I thought that was a cool name too. There's nothing wrong with using a literary name if it has meaning to you, but maybe it should stand a longer test of time..? It's just that GoT is so on trend...
Yesterday, 12:53 PM
My favorite with bros is Morgan--I love Morgan for a boy! So handsome. And Avery is unisex too so....? too bad your husband isn't on board.
My 2nd choice would be Weston? Gabriel, Asher, and...
I think they work, but you have a Charlotte, no? I'm not a big fan of the shared letters in Arch and Char.... for some reason it bothers me more than the tt endings of Charlotte and Bennett. I love...
My top 5:
Sawyer - aside from being way more popular, I really like this with Campbell
With Campbell I really like:
Yes, Maisie rhymes with Daisy. You can emphasize the s but most of the time that s turns into a z. I would just assume Masie was an alternate spelling and pronounce it the same as Maisie. I think...
I pronounce these differently. THAY-lee-ah vs. TAH-lee-ah. For TAH-lee-ah, i like Tahlia.
Did I make this up? Tahlia is not on nb.. thought it was legit. hmm :/
ah there it is! yes, Tahlia...
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Yesterday, 12:10 PM
I think it depends... I think you just have to strike the right balance. For example, with the 2 hypothetical sibsets you mentioned, the first one does not work for me, but the second one does.
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