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August 12th, 2013, 08:04 AM
My mum's name is Gianna :) And funnily enough...you say you like 'N' names...and her sister's (my aunty) name begins with N. Her name is Nilla. Pronounced like the ever-popular Milla. Slightly softer...
Ava, Asher and Sadie
Ava, Asher and Violet
Ava, Asher and Scarlett
Ava, Asher and Tabitha
Ava, Asher and Willow
Ava, Asher and Lily
Ava, Asher and Olivia
Ava, Asher and Isla
Ava, Asher and...
It's a gorgeous name...and I like how you've drawn the inspiration ;) Use it I say!
I keep thinking of Penelope Cruz who recently gave birth to a baby girl Luna. Is that where you got the inspiration?
Appreciate all the feedback, thank you!
My one hesitation with Sebastian is that it has many syllables...like Arabella. I'm considering how 'easy' saying the two names together will be. Because I'll...
Aurelia and Emrys
Aurelia and Roman
Aurelia and Bennett
Aurelia and Arlo
Aurelia and Zander
Aurelia and Talon
Aurelia and Roscoe
Aurelia and Flynn
Aurelia and Maddox
Aurelia and Samson
My DD is Arabella. Due in 4 weeks with bub #2...gender unknown. If a boy, what do you think of these combo's? Also please suggest some of your own! I'm very keen to hear fresh ideas :-)
Jai - short, strong, I like it
Caspian - reminds me of Caspar the Friendly Ghost?
Bodhi - different, quite boho / alternative
Leon - sounds a tad old-man'ish?
Hugo - love love love Hugo!
OH = other half :p
I vote for Flynn too! Classic, strong, stylish, love it! Lennox would be second pick. Ellis could get teasing...same pronunciation as Alice? Seems a tad feminine. Others...
My DD's name is Arabella...still love it to bits! Please note though that you will not escape the nickname of Bella. It's the most obvious choice for people...and has become for us too. She very...
July 6th, 2013, 01:32 AM
Shea IMO is pronounced 'She'...as in Shea Butter. Is that what you had in mind? The name Shae, however, is pronounced 'Shay'. How about...
Jameson, Kellan, Jesse and Maddox
Jameson, Kellan, Jesse...
July 5th, 2013, 12:55 AM
Thanks cpow. From your list I like Archie (Archer is on my shortlist anyway), Levi and Sawyer. They all fit the criteria of what I'm seeking... something strong, cute for a boy / respectable for a...
July 4th, 2013, 08:22 AM
Hi paw! See I LOVE Hugo...but my DH thinks Hugo Gray is setting the kid up for teasing..."Hugo Gray = you go gray". Hmmm :(
I like your suggestion of Finley (Fin for short) but does it sound too...
July 4th, 2013, 08:15 AM
Stunning, to me, means it resonates beauty, timelessness and poise.
Here's some suggestions of girls names that I think fit that criteria...
Clara / or Claira
July 4th, 2013, 07:56 AM
Hi bluejuniper, thanks for the suggestions. I like Mason (it's along similar lines to Hunter and Archer).
I'll run a few of your other ones past DH.
I just find boys names so much harder!
July 4th, 2013, 07:19 AM
Thanks erin91...I've always liked Ethan but a friend named her little boy that.
Roman is cool also, but my DH doesn't agree.
Appreciate the suggestions ;)
July 4th, 2013, 12:46 AM
My daughters name has 4 syllables...and my hubby and I have agreed that our bub #2 (due early September) will have a shorter name. Two syllables max. If its a boy, to give you an idea of...
June 16th, 2013, 08:09 AM
Auri (pn Or-ee)
June 14th, 2013, 07:57 AM
Your username is "mylittleking".... Why don't you choose Ryan (it means little king) ;)
I assume a third girl??...
Millicent, Winifred and Genevieve
Millicent, Winifred and Adelyn
Millicent, Winifred and Phillipa
Millicent, Winifred and Harriet
Millicent, Winifred and Georgina...
June 14th, 2013, 01:59 AM
Maternal side - Hector
Paternal side - Harold (Harry) Kingsley
Great Grandpa's included Augustus (Gus) and Antonio.
They are such beautiful, ethereal, elegant names together!
I think because they are so elaborate, you'd want to keep middle names simpler and shorter.....
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