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Athénaïs or Athenaïs is a beautiful name, and its uniqueness would be attention-grabbing. If you live in the UK though, there might be a lot of spelling or pronunciation issues, and the accents would...
Played in a school band- Yes, in elementary school. We didn't have to try out though, anyone who wanted to join could. (If we'd had to try out I doubt I'd have gotten in! I wasn't very good at music,...
Francesca Rose (swapped)
Margot Louisa (new)
Niamh Miranda (changed MN)
Anna Evangeline (changed FN)
Beatrix Mara (kept)
Tallulah Kathryn (initials)
May 26th, 2015, 08:12 AM
I love Arthur! So soft and gentle but masculine at the same time. Here are some suggestions for a girl:
Aubrey would be great on a boy! It's both soft and masculine, and makes me think of nature and trees. If you rarely see your cousin/her daughter Aubrey, I think it's fine to use. It'd actually be...
@Eryn- Hope things get sorted out for you. :) Is there a career counsellor at school you can talk to about it? If your tutor isn't working for your school and you work with him/her independently,...
Gabriel Jonas (kept)
Ali Cassandra (changed MN)
Mark Ellis (changed FN)
Elizabeth Ruby (swapped)
Kelly Thomas (initials)
Rowena Margaret Astor
Raphael Julian Lukas
Valentina Roseanne Hesper
Johannes Peter Bertrand
Frederick is totally fine with a dad named Patrick, as long as they don't both go by Rick/Ricky.
Aryan does make me think of Nazism. However, I went to high school with a guy named Aryan and as far as I know, no one gave him grief about his name. This was in a very multicultural area of Canada....
Christina and Louis have four sons and three daughters. Their first names are after...
B: Laurence Benedict Samuel
G: Louisa Greer Natasha
G: Lilias Penelope Una
B: Lysander Ralph Francis
May 25th, 2015, 10:35 AM
May 25th, 2015, 10:30 AM
Will answer the previous set of questions since there isn't one:
Been to Norway- No
Had to put a pet down- My family had to put our dog down when I was little
Gotten a tattoo?- No, scared of...
May 25th, 2015, 09:42 AM
Imogen, Freya and Cerys make a beautiful sibset! Sweet, spunky, fun names that sound a touch magical, like something from a story. I love Imogen's quintessential British feel and the Shakespeare...
So sorry to hear that you've been struggling with depression and getting your life sorted out. Hope everything gets better soon. :) I have you on Facebook already so I'll PM you. We'll miss you on...
What are the characters like? If you give us a description of their physical appearances and personalities we could give you better advice.
Jessa is spunky and fun, a modern take on common names like Jessica and Jessie. I've always liked Jessa as a nickname for Jessica or Jessamine/Jessamyn. I know of Jessa Duggar but didn't think of her...
May 21st, 2015, 04:23 AM
Maple & Jasper
Winnie & Charlie
Sistine & Angelo
Victoria & Stephen
Fantine & Claude
Leander & Aisha
Grayson & Madison
Cole & Ella
Elliot & Olivia
Walked for charity- to fundraise for my church, if that counts
Held a yard sale- my family has, before we moved houses
Broken your leg- fortunately not!
Have you ever...
May 20th, 2015, 06:26 AM
Both names sound like rough-and-tumble, stereotypically masculine, "cool guy" names to me. I wouldn't use them together because it sounds like Hudson cruise, as in a cruise on the Hudson River. Not...
Junia Eiffel is so beautiful and spunky! Feminine without being froufrou. Agree with PPs that it's a great story. Congratulations!
Rupert sounds very handsome! A great but rare vintage, old-fashioned chic name- I would be pleasantly surprised. I see that you're in the UK though- somehow I can see it on a little British boy more...
The only one I can think of that really rhymes is Chanel, but here are some with "elle" endings:
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