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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Name for 4 month baby in Short Story

    So, the baby girl has a full head of dark hair and large blue eyes--she is an easy-going baby (as much as babies at this age are)who is born in August and is a Virgo. The mom calls her 'Blueberry' or 'blubear' as a nickname definitely not her name. Not that I'm against it but it doesn't go with the more traditional father who likes romantic names like--Elizabeth, Isabella, Gwendolyn, Guinevere, Catalina, etc. The mom is more open to many names.
    Here are some considerations
    Ballou (not traditional)
    November (a bit long?-- and she's born in August which won't be changed)
    Mae (too short not enough bounce)
    Ruby, Pippa, Piper (too much bounce)
    Brier (prickly?)
    Pearl, Pierette
    Bunny (too sweet)
    Bruna, Beatrice (not enough sweetness?)
    --So, I have taken out all El-names and Mel-names from consideration.
    Something that is perhaps smooth with a bounce in sound like November.
    The story is current, more of a family drama-edy--the baby is a supporting character not too prominent.

    What do you think? Your feedback is much appreciated.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Ballou - I think that this name could work! It's unusual, and Blubear and Blueberry could work as good nn' s.
    November - I don't think the length matters...but with your description I don't think it fits.
    Mae - Mae is the southern woman who sits on her porch all day...not a good choice for a non-rural setting.
    Brier - My second favorite! I can picture a modern-day baby with this name perfectly.
    Pearl, Pierette - Pearl, maybe. Pierette, definitely not.
    Bunny - Cute, but I agree that it's a little too sweet.
    Bruna, Beatrice - I actually think that they are both very sweet! Especially Bruna.

    I'll put my top three...

    1 Bruna
    2 Ballou
    3 Brier


  3. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Slytherin Common Room
    Maya came to mind, mostly because I knew a baby Maya who had dark hair, large obviously blue eyes, and very clear pale skin.
    I love the Blueberry/Blubear nickname. Love it.

    I think Isabella is a perfect idea as well! November on a Virgo just feels wrong to me. lol.
    Brier is nice as well, I prefer Briar though.

    I think December would've been cute, if she was a December baby. But she's not so.

    Nathaniel . Eden | Alessandra . Noel

  4. #7
    Join Date
    May 2012
    from your list i like Piper but i prefer the spelling Briar rather than Brier
    17 year old girl, just finished High School (: I write when I can so I'm always on the lookout for new names.

    Girls: Melody, Briar, Arabella, Tempest, Zoey, London, Zara, Peyton, Sadie, Rani, Liora, Jordan, Kallie, Xia, Poet, Wren, Quinn
    Boys: Lachlan, Ryan, Oliver, Benjamin, Jai, Claude, Carter, Asher, Rhys, Rian (prn Ree-an), Levi, Leo, Joey, Harper, Damien, Sebastian, Jasper, Jace

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Oxford, England
    What about Poppy for a really little girl? It's not a very grown-up sounding name, which is why it might be okay for a little baby. It's not VERY romantic but I think it sort of fits into that category. If she is playful and easygoing, then I think Poppy would really fit her personality.

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