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I like the sibset and I think they sound lovely together. My favourites are Benjamin (Ben) Alexander and Lily Mae.
Sorry, I find that name ridiculous. Can't say I understand any attraction to it.
Makes me think Killer... Don't hate it, but not sure it's usable.
I can't stand:
January 21st, 2015, 05:46 PM
I tried to vote for Bridget Medora but it kept selecting Ophelia instead.
I like the flow, the unusual middle and the meanings/family connections. I also think Bridget fits best with the other...
January 21st, 2015, 05:04 PM
When my sister announced the birth and name of her daughter, everyone thought it was a joke. They actually seriously said to each other "Really? Is that the real name?" but within 6 months everyone...
I love Priscilla nn Cilla! It's on my shortlist, although hubby unsure. I think it's sweet and feminine.
I like Guinevere and Vera, but find the first a little pretentious. Like she would be...
Ezra feels completely different to your other sons names IMO. I vote Heath. (I think it also flows better with your surname.)
I like Heath Linville from your combo choices.
Sounds like tag line news reports would use for a serial killer. Sorry!
Maybe as a middle?
January 10th, 2015, 04:09 PM
I chose Theodore nn Teddy because it fits well with you first son. I love classic James but think it doesn't fit with Abram. Bennett (which I also love) seems odd with Abram and I don't care for...
Mim is a relatively common nickname (for heaps of names) in my neck of the woods, so it's very familiar to me. I don't know the Mad Madam reference so can't comment on that.
Min sounds odd to me -...
What are the options? No poll running...
December 28th, 2014, 06:31 AM
I voted Henry but I also love Milo.
I love Anneliese, and that suggestion of lubricant name is ridiculous! I like the traditional spelling - when I see Annalise it makes me think the parents didn't know how to spell the name and...
My obgyn is Huon! Like it much better than Hollister.
I voted Kate to fit with the whole sibset, but think Claire would also be a lovely fit. The others seem different to rest of the siblings.
November 25th, 2014, 03:28 AM
I am expecting in February and my husband and I refuse to discuss our names list with anyone. MIL fishes a lot, but we just say she can find out when everyone else does.
We don't think anyone but...
November 22nd, 2014, 03:49 AM
Love Dorothy Plum! Also like Millicent Plum. Not sure about Madeleine - it's quite a popular name and has been for some years, so doesn't feel vintage at all.
November 21st, 2014, 04:05 AM
I love Cedar! It's only my guilty pleasure list, and I wish I was brave enough to use it!
My other choice from your list would be Aaron.
In general, I found both easy... Until I was pregnant. Now I struggle with boys names I would actually use and find heaps of girls names I would. Even hubby says the same. We are in struggle-town for...
Sorry, I don't like either. Suri makes me think of siri the iPhone feature and Surrey is an English place name that I don't think works as a name. From your other names I think Summer is pretty. I...
November 12th, 2014, 04:14 AM
Alexander flows best as it breaks up the syllables and there is no double n ending. Love all of them, but think Alexander is the best fit with Brian.
October 21st, 2014, 04:00 AM
All boy. Definitely.
Love love love! Jessamy has been a favourite of mine since I was about 12 (long time name lover!). Unfortunately it completely clashes with my surname so can't be used.
Love the pairing with with...
Although spelled differently I immediately thought of Idi Amin, brutal Ugandan dictator. Not a nice association at all!
But this doesn't seem to come to mind for most others so feel free to...
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