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I think I'd want to go right back and use some really out of use names.
Princess Cecily Matilda Bridget
Prince Arthur Edmund Thomas
Presuming you're meaning for another girl, my first thought was Ainslee.
April 2nd, 2015, 08:26 AM
At the moment, it would be Malachy Walter and Harrison Daniel. Both middles are honour names.
Oh, gosh, that's such a gorgeous set.
Victoria, Beatrix, Cosima and Harrison
Victoria, Beatrix, Cosima and Jasper
Victoria, Beatrix, Cosima and Linus
Victoria, Beatrix, Cosima and Sidney...
March 30th, 2015, 06:32 AM
March 13th, 2015, 07:16 AM
On the list, Otto is my favourite. Other favourites are: Hugo, Rocco and, guilty pleasure, Laszlo.
Clara, Cora, Delta, Eira, Isla, Lyra, Martha, Nina, Orla, Una
Astrid, Billie, Florence, Honor, Ivy, Margo, Olive, Poppy, Sybil, Sydney, Wallis
As somebody with an alliterated name - Double J, without a middle name to break it up - I understand where you're coming from and it's something I will avoid when my time for babies comes. I know, it...
March 7th, 2015, 09:01 PM
DD: Galina Red
DS: Ulysses Kyd
Funny but... No. Just no.
I love Killian and Kian as a nickname is perfect. I don't think you have to worry about teasing and I don't think it'll become a popular girls name, ever. If you love it, go for it! :)
March 4th, 2015, 01:21 PM
Althea Rose is gorgeous, I'd go with that.
February 26th, 2015, 04:46 PM
Ivy and Lily are my favourites. They just don't have an over flowery feel to them, for me, and I think they both age well. Marigold is lovely, too, although a little sweet for my 'would use' tastes.
I love a few unisex names but, like others, I almost always have a gender preference for each.
Billie (preferred for a girl, but on a boy with a 'y' instead of 'ie'...
Ah, yes, 'The 100', so much goodness in the naming stakes!! Although in some cases I wonder whether I love the name because of the character. Personal favourites:
February 4th, 2015, 08:56 AM
February 2nd, 2015, 12:07 PM
In order: Jasper, Oscar, August, River, Beau, Calder
Eternally in love with Jasper. Oscar is lovely with a charming, 'old man with a young heart' quality. For me, the rest are more a 'which do I...
January 17th, 2015, 08:59 AM
I voted Daphne but my favourite D name is Demelza.
Thanks, rie. By association to the Swan Princess, I love Odette. I don't mind some Elle/Ella-ending names, Estella is one of my favourite names.
Any more suggestions?
I love Etta. To look at Etta, it's the perfect name to me. It's got spunk, feels neither young or old, and, to me, sparks the image of a smart, young lady. Trouble is, with my Northern England...
Yes, I know Louis is one of George's middles. The book was released whilst the Duchess of Cambridge was expecting him so the list is a little dated. Maud is also the name of Prince and Princess...
So, I'm currently reading a book called 'The Royal Baby Book' (by Alison James). It's a history of all things royal baby: the parents, the births, the nannies, the wet nurses etc, so, of course,...
December 13th, 2014, 03:37 PM
Elizabeth Ivy Matilda
Alexander Elijah Finnegan
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