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I've never heard of it outside of Nameberry.
I'm also a fan of Nell. Though as a nickname for Noelle.
I think the associations with Nelly in Little House on the Prairie and the movie Nell with...
October 7th, 2015, 04:22 PM
October 7th, 2015, 04:18 PM
All their names have either a v/f sound or and s/z sound. I agree that since they haven't repeated initials it's unlikely they will, but you never know.
My picks would be:
Clover, Dove, Breeze,...
Aiden is far more popular than Alex.
I don't see Nash recommended anywhere.
I understand where you are on Lucas.
I love Luke, but it feels too simple and Lucas...just doesn't grab me. There's a boy named Lucan in my church, but...
Of those 2 I prefer Abel James.
Abel Jameson would be lovely as well.
I think just Iris Juliet sounds the best with your surname. (As much as I adore Penelope, it's a bit rhymey with your surname.)
If you like Fawn but it's not substantial enough for you, you could do Fauna. Very fairytale-ish as it's right out of Sleeping Beauty.
Not really my taste, but Briar is a used named--coming from...
October 5th, 2015, 05:00 PM
Jet & Faige
Jet & Nava
Jet & Tova
Jet & Nova
Jet & Ink
Jet & Reva
Jet & Vine
Stella Marianne gets my vote.
It's hard to say I really prefer one or the other. Both are solid classic names with nice nicknames.
I guess if pressed I'd pick Jacob simply because it's easier to spell.
DH: Edward Vaughn
DW: June Celia
DS: Joel Malcolm
DD: Catherine Rose
DD: Molly Samantha
DS/DS: Charles Daniel/William Paul
DD: Anna Iris
September 23rd, 2015, 05:32 PM
I love the suggestions of June Marielle
June Marianne or June Marietta would also be pretty.
I actually think Griffin goes beautifully with Reid and Harper. Similar vibe.
For Margaret you could use a lot of other nn's--Margo, Greta, and Meg come to mind as slightly more fresh feeling...
I agree, that's a great idea! That solves the problem of Lottie and Aubrey rhyming.
Willow Jemima is very pretty.
Lottie Aubrey is too rhymey for me though.
What about switching them?
Lottie Jemima & Willow Aubrey
Love Margo :)
It's easy to go there for a little boy, but I think it can be avoided since it's pretty cutesy and I can understand a parent not wanting to use it.
Not every Kimberly gets called Kimmy and not...
September 22nd, 2015, 02:18 PM
August Bertrand (Bert from Robert)
Ezra Byron (from Brian)
August Robson (from Robert)
You could always use Bria or Brianne for a girl.
Ezra Jack / Jacoby
Elodie Celeste (16)
Posey Isobella (13)
Soren Henry (10)
With your set I like Aubrey and Luna best from your list.
Daisy - cute, but Posey and Daisy have a lot of similarities, I'd probably...
Classics are classics for a reason. Both are strong, lovely, timeless names that will always sound good.
I really like Liam too :)
It's a great choice!
September 21st, 2015, 05:19 PM
What about Adelaide Delilah
Olivia Lulabelle (Livie Lu) & Adelaide Delilah (Addie Dell or Lady Dell)! So cute!
What about Hadley & Laurel?
I like the flow of those 2 together.
A bit more unusual, but there's also Clarity or Clarice if Clara isn't striking you.
Or possibly Gretchen or Geneva if Gwyneth...
1: Nathanael York (Thane)
2: Josiah Graham (Joss)
3: Zephaniah Reeve (Zen)
4: Reuben Heath (Roo)
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