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Names I hear a bit too often:
Girls: Emma, Emily, Sarah, Sophia, Isabella or "Bella", Olivia
Boys: Liam, Noah, Jack/Jackson/Jaxson, Aiden/Aidan and anything at rhymes with it
October 9th, 2014, 09:41 PM
Gus Edward is great! It sounds lovely with the girls' names. I love your taste!
I know a Ramona nn Romy
September 21st, 2014, 04:05 PM
Mine would be,
Girl: Jane or Josephine
Boy: Jude or Theodore
September 16th, 2014, 05:34 PM
I know a Brynn! I remember the first time I met her, only because I loved her name so much on her. It seemed exotic, smart, fun and familiar all at once.
Brynn Penelope is beautiful. Do you mind...
September 9th, 2014, 05:18 PM
I love the song "Georgia on my mind." I have considered this as a first name because of it. I could imagine expecting and humming it to myself. :)
I voted for Aurora Maeve. I really love it. The 3-1 syllables go well together, and the slightly clunkier (in a good way) Maeve balances the soft sound of Aurora really well.
LOVE Clive Fox! Calla Firefly is definitely unusual but lovely. I had an unusual middle name growing up and really enjoyed it. It felt like a hidden gem that I was able to reveal when I wanted to.
I will do senseandsensibility's since I believe she was the last person to rate:
Aria- 7, I like this but it reminds me of the hotel in Los Vegas
Cecilia- 9, This is very pretty. I also like...
I have been friends with a Lana for many years, and I have never heard someone mispronounce her name (I live in California if that makes a difference). This includes teachers, co-workers friends ect....
August 18th, 2014, 03:50 PM
I LOVE the name August Allen Lee Harrison. I love how packed full of meaning it is and how handsome it sounds. I am (almost) never a fan of two middle names, but this is so stunning!
August 15th, 2014, 04:14 PM
First off David Warren and Aubrey are great.
Kadin, Kaeden, Kaiden Kayden Caden, Caiden, and Cayden,
As well as Jaden, Jayden, Brayden, Hayden, Aiden, Aidan, and Zaden (ect, ect).
August 15th, 2014, 03:39 PM
I prefer the name January for a girl born outside of January. Yes, she will be asked, "were you born in January?" But I personally would love being able to respond "no," and then explain why I...
You really can't go wrong with a list like that! I like them all!
But, because the whole fam has "C" names I would co with Cecily (which is lovely) or another "C" name. That is unless you plan on...
This was tricky! Here are a few things I came up with:
Norward (Norman and Edward)
Ardon (Arthur Gordon)
Braydon (Brian and Gordon) looks a little kre8ive to me though for some reason
I love Edna Josephine. It has a great vintage (yet fresh) feel to it. I would be very excited to meet a little Edna :) Do you mind me asking how many syllables your last name has? It can sometimes...
Thank you for your feedback! I was worried about the state association with Georgia. Our first dance song was "Georgia on my mind" and whenever I hear the name I feel warm and happy inside haha. I...
August 7th, 2014, 08:39 PM
When I was four my mom bought be a large cloth doll. The store we purchased it in was by the ocean. I added an "e" sound to lots of things beach related until I came up with Shelly (Sandy was also a...
August 7th, 2014, 08:29 PM
Thank you for all of your suggestions! So far in the poll Leona and Jane are in the lead. I also forgot to mention that we would be open to using any of the firsts as middles as well.
Poll: Unsure About Girls names
I am still a little unsure about my girl's names. DH and I are not TTC quite yet, but I love baby names. I am getting a jump start on the naming proccess. I would love to know which...
I like a three syllable first name with your two syllable last name. That leaves:
I would choose Sage. I could see it on either gender.
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