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We have two cats.
Our calico is named Agatha Penelope. I've always loved the name Agatha for a cat. It sounds so witchy and mischievious to me. My boyfriend picked Penelope for her middle name. ...
Hi! I'm not a Mom, but I used to work at Babies R Us. I don't have a lot to offer on a lot of the questions, but I do have some insight.
You can register for clothes, but we recommend you don't....
July 17th, 2015, 04:29 PM
Jeffrey Erich - Jeffrey is my dad's name. If I had been born a boy, my name would have been Jeffrey, so I love the idea of passing that on, specially since I am an only child. Erich is my boyfriend's...
I love, love, love Genevieve. I have ever since I read Madeline as a kid. Georgina doesn't really do it for me.
Thanks, Ziggy. I know flow isn't the most important, which is why I'm still keeping it towards the top of the list.
We're not against any of the others. We like that any of the other options also...
July 9th, 2015, 12:04 PM
I really like Della. The similarity to Ella makes it familiar, but it still stands out. I do think it needs a fuller name to give it some weight like your son's names.
I like Seren Reve, though same question as the poster above: is it pronounced Reeve or Rev?
July 9th, 2015, 11:27 AM
Or any G name with a G middle name if that is your style.
For Lena, I had Marlena on my list for a bit, which I still love.
I really like Oona Faye. The name makes me think of Oona Chaplin.
When I hear Salem, my first thought is the cat from Sabrina Explains it All, which sort of sets me off from the name. However,...
Poll: Four Car- Options
I have been struggling with the number one name on my list lately. My boyfriend and I have decided that, when the time comes, we will use our names as middles for the first...
Thanks for all of the great suggestions everyone!
I'm going to keep some of these in my pocket for future gifts, too.
The problem with just flat out asking what he wants is that his answer is...
Hello Everyone -
On Sunday, my boyfriend is turning the wonderful age of 30. We'll be spending Saturday night in the city with his siblings seeing a comedy show. Since it's his 30th birthday, I...
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you guys. I've been having some computer issues, which made it difficult to reply.
I really like the sound of Rosemary, Rosemarie, and Rosamund, however...
Thanks for the feedback, davisellu. I think you're right about it all just not working together. I would rather keep Juna. It's a combination of our mothers, names (Judy and Donna).
I do like the...
I found the name Rosaura today, and I actually really like it. I love the idea of the nickname Rosie, and a lot of other Rose names have too many similar sounds to the last name:...
Sorry! Double post!
I agree. It used to be switched for me; I had a never ending list of girl name that I adored. Now however, I'm finding it hard to click with a girls name, while the boy names are making my heart...
Thanks for the feedback everyone! I'm glad to see positive words about Auden; I pronounce it as Aw-den, I love the soft beginning mixed with the consonant heavy ending.
I like Marlowe. I think Tenny and Teddy are just too close.
It's interesting to see that Allison seems surname-y, and Alison is standard. I'm from the Philadelphia region of Pennsylvania, and I have only met one Alison. All of the others have been spelt...
I immediately thought of Tatum O'neill, but I don't think it's something to stop you from using it for a boy. I think it's quite handsome actually. The nickname Tate just makes it better for me.
What do you guys think of the name Auden James?
I like Stephen! I also like it more than Steven. The only reason it's not on my own list is because it's my cousin's middle name, and I'm trying to avoid those.
I think the reason it doesn't see...
I'm wondering which people prefer and why. The two seem completely different to me, even though it's just a one letter difference.
I like that Alison balances three tall letters with three short...
Sorry I should have been more specific. I mean braids which are specific to black culture, such as cornrows, box braids, Marley Twists, or dreadlocs.
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