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November 24th, 2015, 07:47 PM
I would go with Greer Elizabeth or Elowen Joy. They both sound great with your boys and fit your style. If you are trying to find other names with that lovely "el" sound, you might like Adele,...
November 24th, 2015, 10:47 AM
Went back and read the other posts and realized I could get away with family names for middles that also belong to fictional characters:
Frederick (Harry Potter)
So, I would...
November 24th, 2015, 10:39 AM
Well, I sort of did, and my son is pretty shiny. ;) Malcolm made my list, because Firefly made me like the name.
If I had to do it again, I would go with August (August Rush, Once Upon A Time)...
We're planning on trying for our second child next year. After having my son, I realized I had 3 requirements my son had to meet before I would be willing to try for a second child: potty trained,...
I like Kieran Louis Hunter.
If he already knows two Isaacs, I don't think it would be that big of a deal to him. Isaac is a popular name. He's bound to meet even more Isaacs, anyway.
I didn't realize that Mabel was used very much in Deutschland.
Here is the top 500 for 2014:
Have you checked it out?
I don't know what your naming style is like for boys.
The only one that could lean more feminine is Shea, but I think Shay would lean more masculine.
My favorite naming style is definitely Classic Eccentric, but I'm also just generally attracted to names containing the letter L and/or S. I'm also a Meaningful Namer. So, a name has to have...
Pregnant or not, if you were to give birth right now and could choose if it was a boy or a girl, what would it be and what would you name him/her?
I would choose girl, and without hubby's input, I...
Sounds a bit like Culligan.
Horace is mustard yellow.
November 12th, 2015, 10:01 PM
August is pretty safely masculine. Augusta (Auguste in German) is the feminine form. My grandma had an Aunt "Gustie" Augusta. But August is far more popular than Augusta. So, I wouldn't worry...
November 8th, 2015, 11:38 PM
If I had to name twins today, I would go with:
Estelle Matilda & August Llewellyn
August Llewellyn & Caspar Frederick
Estelle Matilda & Astrid Isadora
Martha is a dark muted periwinkle blue.
November 8th, 2015, 03:50 PM
I love s and l sounds in names. I can't stand j, b, th, sh, and ch sounds in names. Though I can think of one or two exceptions for each of those.
November 7th, 2015, 11:20 PM
I don't see it as a deal breaker. I try to avoid the same endings, too, but if I found a name that I just loved and it wasn't too matchy, I would still use it without worrying about it seeming like...
November 7th, 2015, 11:00 PM
I think Clara fits your requirements perfectly. Clara Violet or Clara Walker sound gorgeous. And I can totally picture siblings Vivienne and Clara. Vivienne is so vibrant and Clara is so crisp and...
November 7th, 2015, 05:37 PM
I think Walter fits perfectly with Henry. I have Walter on my long list for a boy. Fringe made me fall in love with it, but I also think of the boy in Second Hand Lions. It's a great name. You...
Before I had my son, I wanted 3 kids. Now, I'm really hoping for a grand total of 2 kids. I'd love to have a daughter, but I would be just as happy with 2 sons. Long term sleep deprivation totally...
Nolan Reid gets my vote. I keep seeing a sad, grey notebook when I read or say Ledger Gray. I think Ledger or Gray would be fine paired with different names, though.
Lyla Kate sounds great! :)
If hubby won't come around, Sophie Kathryn or Sophie Katarina would work well, just a very popular choice for a first name.
Meadow is green when I just glance at it, but it seems to have gold and brown if I look at it for longer.
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