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I prefer the Sloane spelling.
Melrose sounds masculine to me.
January 15th, 2016, 08:20 AM
Poll: I agree with ew314.
I agree with ew314.
January 15th, 2016, 08:19 AM
Poll: Felicity Grace!
I prefer Amelia Grace.
January 15th, 2016, 08:18 AM
Lily Josephine is nice but I wouldn't use Lily with Lucy.
I would use a popular name if I felt like it was "the" name. In fact, I have.
I would avoid a trendy name though.
I prefer Beatrice but would probably use Beatrix first.
I like it as part of a double first name, like Tilly Jane. Tilly is the only spelling that I like but if that isn't an option, Tillie is second best. I wouldn't go with anything else.
I love Quincy so much! Unfortunately, I can't use it with Octavia... just weird to have two number names.
FWIW, I vastly prefer Quinn for a boy. It sounds so masculine to me!
Maya Rose is pretty.
Addie and Maddie are both super common right now.
Maddie has Madison, Madeline, Madelyn, etc.
Addie had Adeline, Adelyn, Adelaide, Addison, etc.
The Towers Family
Grant Reynard & Maria Cal
The Salvatore Family
Jonah Ludovicus + Albina Sorrel
January 14th, 2016, 09:59 AM
@lawsonhaley - I love Natasha Lucy, so pretty!
Vivienne and Margaret for a more traditional feel.
Vivienne and Cressida for a more posh feel.
Rosemarie is nice. I don't see what's frilly about it. It's less frilly than many other names that are currently popular.
Felix goes nicely with Lucas and Eleanor.
I like Liam Christopher.
I think Maisie stands well on its own but I'm not a fan of the combo Maisie Hilary.
Reagan is ray-gin, like the president.
Regan would be ree-gin.
January 12th, 2016, 04:00 PM
I have a few friends whose parents call them by their given names but everyone else calls them a nickname.
Verena has really grown on me! I also love that there is a saint association.
I pronounce it vuh-ree-nuh.
I think Anna Dorothy has a better flow.
January 12th, 2016, 03:36 PM
Poll: Nash David gets my vote!
Nash David gets my vote!
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