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March 31st, 2014, 09:35 AM
Araminta- I'm not usually a fan of three-syllable girly names, but I love this one. It's super feminine but strong and with a tinge of a vintage vibe. Love.
Celeste- This is one of the most...
I don't think you should let your relatives scare you off Ombeline if you truly love it. It's hard to tell if you really have your own reservations or if your relatives just made you doubt yourself...
February 28th, 2014, 07:43 PM
I think most people default to Ben as a nickname. I agree that Benny/Benji are awful! In fact, Benjamin was one of the few traditional boys' names that my husband I could agree on and that we could...
If you want to honor your mom but aren't into Maria, what about another version of Mary? I love Lila Miriam.
I personally would like to see a one syllable MN similar to the flow of your older girl's name (which I love!). What about
The closeness of the "r" sounds makes them a bit tough to say together, but to be honest, I think the obsession with name flow is a bit overrated. Most of the time, we just call our kids FirstName. ...
Too bad...Caroline is a favorite of mine and I love your name too! How about Adeline (nn Addie) or Josephine (nn Josie)? I think those could work in English and French.
February 18th, 2014, 07:58 AM
Lovely list! I can see why you are having a tough time. For me, names like Kendall and Darcey don't seem to fit in with the rest of your naming style. From your list, I like:
February 17th, 2014, 08:59 AM
I really like Thisbe! So sassy and cute. I never associated it with "this be" and I think spelling with a "z" really puts it over into the kre8tive kamp for me. The name is already lovely and...
February 17th, 2014, 08:39 AM
I wouldn't nix it. I really like Eva and find it refreshing and not as popular as Ava. Plus, I love the "life" name meaning connection to Zoe. Really wonderful pairing.
February 16th, 2014, 09:17 PM
Ronan Arthur is my vote! I love that it honors both grandfathers. Ronan is "little seal" and gives me the image of an active, inquisitive, and intelligent boy.
February 16th, 2014, 09:12 PM
I love alliteration in names and Violet Vukovic is so adorable!!!! Violet Eliana is very lovely. Go for it!
Love love love love Nora! I do know who Norah Jones is and she's not so famous that people would automatically make the association. I think if you love Nora, you should stick with it.
I prefer Frances to Francine. From your set, I like Francine Olivia the best. If it were me, I'd probably pick Frances Irene.
I don't see the poll either but from your signature, I like:
Miles/Milo Jameson (would you consider Milo as the first name instead of the NN? I love it and it flows so...
February 15th, 2014, 07:18 PM
I really love your list! For boys, Theodore is a wonderful companion to Henry. For girls, I do like Georgia but I agree with the berry above who suggested Georgiana/Georgette because of the...
February 15th, 2014, 07:11 PM
Astrid is beautiful! It's one of the few Scandinavian names I like and I love the literary connection. Ingrid and Maren both sound dated when compared to how fresh Astrid sounds.
I don't like the flow of names ending in -a paired with vowel-beginning middle names. I like Mia a lot- it's short, spunky, and can work for a girl in every stage of her life. Allison feels a...
I like Amelia but Elsie is not really my style. I don't think they go particularly well together either....something about the "a" ending of just doesn't flow into another name with a short vowel...
Love your first daughter's name! Evelyn Catherine is lovely. I do like Vivian/Vivienne but I think with Evelyn, it's a bit rhyme-y for me. Plus the nicknames would be tough: Evie and Vivi? I...
I vote for the Vivienne! I also love Vera but I'm not sure it flows well with the middle names you've picked. Vivienne Rose is my favorite combination.
February 6th, 2014, 09:04 PM
Amelia was the first name I thought of when I read the subject line of your thread! Some twin names to go with big sister Eleanor
Amelia and Charlotte
Amelia and Clara
Amelia and Catherine...
My favorite is Anna. It's very traditional and well-loved but not super popular!
Olivia is a bit popular for me as well but if you two love it, it shouldn't stop you from using it!
My preference is Charlotte. It's traditional but not dated, feminine but not frilly. But it's good to have two choices. I say go in to the delivery with the two names, look at your daughter and...
February 1st, 2014, 08:46 PM
I really like your naming style! Obviously, we've got a lot in common because I named my little girl Phoebe Isobel in June!
Isobel- Love! It's just a nice variation from the traditional (and...
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