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Henry Frederick & Penelope Rose
Sylvie True Winslet is the best combination in my opinion.
February 24th, 2015, 11:44 PM
Maebry Eloise & Finley August
You've gotten some lovely suggestions! (: Love Hadley Claire.
Sebastian - My front runner for a boy, but it is rather traditional next to Hadley!
Cameron - Not my style, but it's OK.
Spencer - I...
I absolutely love Dax. We see it more and more here in the French part of Canada, and I think it's getting popular in France aswell. What are your other children's names? Maybe that will help us get...
My preference would be Evangeline Hope. Flows wonderfully. One syllable middles sound great with such a long (but beautiful!) first name. Evangeline Pearl, suggested by PP, is also nice. Evangeline...
Genevieve Pearl & Augustus River
Beatrice Annabel & Henry Wyatt
February 17th, 2015, 11:18 PM
I don't think there's an issue with you calling her Claire. Claire Eveline / Evelyn was the first to come to mind.
Sebastian Oliver & Catherine Anastasia
Celia Mae is my pick! But you've got many wonderful suggestions here, enjoy going though them with your husband! (:
Thank you for your input, everyone! (:
Linnéa Juliette is beautiful! I much prefer it to Arwen.
Poll: El- names!
It's not new that I absolutely love El- names. However, I obviously can't use more than one for my future daughters, so I need everyone's opinions on my top 3. I've made a thread...
Yay!! So happy for you :)
I agree with the suggestion of Eleni. My favourite option for you would be Elise, but I understand Dad doesn't approve. Have you considered Ellis? Eliane would be lovely aswell, but it's 6 letters.
Agree with Mischa on all counts! Elias & Mabel would make a lovely sibset, but even without taking in considering your last name and daughter's name, Elias is my personal favourite. Best of luck to...
January 10th, 2015, 07:38 PM
Rosemary & Theodore would make a beautiful sibset! (:
My top name for a baby girl (: I love it.
November 16th, 2014, 03:47 PM
Sun-Eh-Vuh is my first reflex, but I've never heard of this name.
November 16th, 2014, 03:46 PM
What is the point of this?
A simple google search has taught me that it's a Hindi name. Agastya is a patron saint of southern India. Is this correct? Also, are you Hindu? Just so we can have some context here (: Pronunciation...
November 4th, 2014, 09:46 PM
I prefer Theo Kasimir August! I love Theo by itself, by the way, it's on my shortlist. ;-)
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