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I like these pairs:
Caius & Alaric
Eloise & Margot
Silas & Penelope
Ramona Violet got my vote. It has a great flow, and works better (I feel) with Theodore.
Thought I'd give my two cents on some of yours first...
Kirsi -- I automatically pronounced this KEER-see ('steer'), which I really love the sound of - I can't say I'm as fond of KUR-see ('hurt')....
Yesterday, 08:45 PM
Clementine Adelaide 'Clea' is lovely - a great sounding/looking combo. Clementine (and Clea) go very well with Sullivan and Cecily and Adelaide is a gorgeous name, the namesake of your grandmother...
I'm aboard this train too. Aria Primrose and Gracie Valentina would be lovely.
Both names, and combos, are lovely. My vote went to Lily Victoria though, as it just has a nice feel to it.
Isabella and Phoebe got my vote. They work together very well.
I have comes across quite a few twin girls (or sisters) with names Isabella and Sophia, so while they both work brilliantly together...
I prefer Cecily myself. I like the -ee ending.
I used to think that Cecily/Cecelia were very dated and wouldn't work today, however, as with most of these 'old-fashioned' type names, I realised...
I say it exactly how it's written, but to explain that...
Honestly got a wee bit confused at the LAW-nah responses and the apparent similarity between it and LAH-nah - soon realised its the...
July 22nd, 2014, 05:51 AM
Something full of energy, a good punch of zest, and is unusual without being too 'out-there'...
July 22nd, 2014, 05:37 AM
I like Alana Bay best of the four. She's a lovely little dear indeed, and does really give off that beachy/sunny type vibe that fits for you. I like Maya Elise too, however, I feel that the flow is...
I use both the HELEN-ah and heh-LAY-nah pronunciations, but I do usually automatically say/think HELEN-ah before the other.
July 21st, 2014, 05:00 AM
Wyatt and Sawyer fit together so very well - I couldn't help but give Sawyer my vote. I'm not big on Cole myself, but I think it could make a great middle name - Wyatt Cole sounds pretty darn great,...
Daphne is definitely usable in my book, and not at all too close to Zoey. I was a Scooby-Doo fan, and I honestly didn't even make the association until mentioned - as you say too, kids her age...
I like Ingrid Jean best of the three. While it is quite a heavy name that could weigh down a baby/child, I also find it refreshing, and with the nickname of Indie, it certainly makes it much more...
Audrey Fleur is definitely the stand-out- the little dear is just divine. I don't imagine you'd come across too many Audrey's, in comparison to say Ava and Piper. Also worth a mention - inspired by...
Audrey Lou Miranda and India Lou Samantha sound nice, of those names in your signature.
In thinking about other combos, I realise Lou is difficult to pair with a first (seems to work best with a...
I prefer Bryony. I usually dislike too many y's in names, but Bryony is the exception - I like it.
July 19th, 2014, 05:35 AM
Nicolaas John gets my vote - it has a great flow/balance. John goes well with Nicolaas and fits well with James too.
July 19th, 2014, 05:29 AM
I like Quinn on both genders. Quinn would still work for a boy, no doubt. In fact, it'd be rather refreshing to see a male Quinn.
July 19th, 2014, 05:01 AM
I think at first it would upset me a little, but when it comes down to it, it is their name, just like it is their body, and it's their choice. If they feel more comfortable with a name of their...
July 19th, 2014, 04:45 AM
I like Siri and think it usable. Personally, I like Sira, which might be even more usable with nickname Siri?
July 19th, 2014, 03:30 AM
Newborn Lillian, with twin brother Mason and older sister Savannah.
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