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April 10th, 2013 06:02 PM #6
Thanks Blade, I like a lot of those. They feel very nameberryesque. I've always wondered if names like Magnolia, Bryant, Roosevelt, etc actually get used more around these parts. Obviously I need to go spend more time at U Village & Wallingford Center and find out (Trophy Cupcakes would be excellent for covert name spying). Teeheehee“And remember, my sentimental friend, that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others.” L. Frank Baum, The Wizard of Oz
April 13th, 2013 01:18 PM #8Member
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- Jan 2012
- Fre-Wally, Seattle
Oh hey, I live in Wallingford! And Trophy Cupcakes would be an excellent place to scope out names. Or Molly Moon's.
Among my friends and coworkers (I work for a literary journal), I know little kids named Juliana, Eva, Cora, Nora, Dante, Hollis, Nolan, Lucian, Edie, and Huxley. Mildly quirky classics seem to dominate.--Taylor
I love many names, but the names that fit my family are the venerable old lived-in classics, unfussy, weighted with history, polished like stones through much use.
<3 Martha Frances, February 2014
April 15th, 2013 02:07 AM #10Senior Member
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- Jun 2012
Where i live in Washington names that I have noticed are Phoebe, Lucy, Nola, Ruby, June, Hazel, River (girl), Gwendolyn, Margo, Jemima, Lydia, Luna, Thora, Sam, Frank, Levi, Jed, Van, Calvin, Lane, Mil and many more. Most of these I have only heard about once or twice. I have also heard the typical bunch of Sophia's/Sophie's and Chloe's. The trendy names are heard too. It seems that nameberry-esque names aren't too far out here
April 15th, 2013 03:00 AM #12
April 15th, 2013 10:24 AM #14
My best friend lives in tri-cities, her young sons are jaidyn, nader and malik is due in july. Also her toddler little sister is Jourdyn.-an Amelia from a time before 'Amelia' was in the top 100.
Currently feeling:*Roseanne Amelia* or *Kamal Clifford*
Girls: Rose, Juliet, Roseanne
Boys: Beres, Kamal
TTC Fall 2013!