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DH:  Francis Raymond Brown "Frank"
DW:  Connie Elaine Brown (née Munroe)
DS:  Anthony Paul Brown
DS:  Matthew Charles Brown
DD:  Laura Stephanie Stevenson "Lori" (née Brown)...
DH:  Henry Arthur Mitchell
DW:  Beatrice Cora Mitchell (née Fairns)
DS:  Alexander John Mitchell
DS:  Felix Benjamin Mitchell
DD:  Ramona Sybil Mitchell
DD:  Imogen...
Meredith Grace is lovely and fits in nicely with Michael and Marcus. Just googled the family and I can't help but feel sorry for the oldest child. Her siblings get lovely classic names and she gets...
DH:  Rupert Eamon Clarke
DW:  Jessamine Petal Clarke (née Woodley)
DS:  Davis Edmond Clarke
-- DW:  Margot Constance Clarke (née Heady)
- DD:  Lydia Mary Clarke
Another Alicia! It's one of those names that, unfortunately, have a lot of variations and has lost its charm as a result. There's a lot of confusion about how to spell and pronounce it. I pronounce...
July 27th, 2015, 07:30 PM
Ohhh, now that you've pointed it out it seems so obvious! How did I miss that?! Thank you. :)
Calvin. Nothing wrong with Caleb, but Calvin has more charm.
For the most part I dislike hyphenated names, especially cutesy ones.
All of those names would be great for fictional characters in a fantasy novel. In real life? Too pretentious. I want to dislike Hermione, but the association with Hermione Granger is so strong and is...
July 27th, 2015, 10:25 AM
Selah Bethany – I've never come across Selah before, but I can't say it appeals to me. I do have a soft spot for Bethany, though.
Wren Evangeline – I want to like Wren, but for some reason I don't....
July 27th, 2015, 09:56 AM
That's supposed to be Zoe/Zoey? I took one look at that and thought 'ZOW-WEE' (zow as in how).
I've seen so many mispelled variations of Alicia, Caitlin, Michaela, and Jasmine that those names...
I pronounce it as uh-MEEL-ee-uh, just like the other Australians in this thread.
July 27th, 2015, 08:30 AM
Lucy, Charlie, Max, and Stella
Lucy, Charlie, Max, and Eva
Lucy, Charlie, Max, and Eliza
Lucy, Charlie, Max, and Willa
Lucy, Charlie, Max, and Violet
Lucy, Charlie, Max, and Grace
I don't see the appeal. It looks like a mispelling of Zelda.
July 27th, 2015, 07:30 AM
Juliet and Annabel sound equally as pretty, but the former gets my vote as it LOOKS prettier as well. There's something about the spelling of Annabel that I'm not totally fussed on. Annabelle looks...
I'd pronounce it the same way (rhymes with broke or croak). As for the ROW-KAY pronunciation, I totally agree with your Scooby Doo comment.
Sawyer immediately came to mind when I saw this thread. Emmett, Milo, and Sawyer sounds lovely!
Here are some more suggestions:
Emmett, Milo, and Conrad
Emmett, Milo, and Jude
July 27th, 2015, 06:59 AM
Alexander Floyd and...
Henry Charles (too royal?)
July 27th, 2015, 06:49 AM
Erm, I must not be looking properly. Where is the option to report?
I can't see it anywhere, and checking the Nameberry FAQ was no help.
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