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Thread: The Roo Redo
May 27th, 2013 12:57 AM #141
Alcyone way better, but I still don't think it would ever rule out using Circe as a future middle name.
#2. Endymion of course! =]
#3. It's not silly, and it's good that you've become aware of the references Before choosing this so you can see to what extent it bothers you.
PS: I can't wait can't wait can't wait to hear what Roo's happy-name is! <3Dominic James~ 
: Cassia : Felicity : Giselle : Rowena
Benedict : Gabriel : Jude : Roland :
May 27th, 2013 01:20 AM #143Senior Member
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To me Aphrodite fits Roo's spirit description perfectly... I see predominantly oceanic colours... Just like the Botticelli Birth of Venus painting... turquoise and blues and greens with hints of gold and subtle pinks! I love how roo springs so intuitively from the Aphrodite.... and Dita is too cute Its a bold choice yet familiar to people and its elegantly sensual, whimsical and beautiful! Combos which jump to mind:
Aphrodite Willow Delphine
Aphrodite Roxana Peridot
Aphrodite Ophelia Laurel
Aphrodite Emerald Ophelia
Having said all this I think suggestion Pandora Amethyst Willow is divine too! I love Pandora too!
Such gorgeous choices...what a tough and fun decision!
Last edited by fluzie; May 27th, 2013 at 01:52 AM.
May 27th, 2013 01:35 AM #145
I was at a toy store today and found this lovely collection of stuffed mermaids (apparently they're all the rage...who would of thought) and their names all reminded me of names you would love. So, I guess I just wanted to share them even though you have a top 3 now and suggestions might be overkill. Still love Alcyone by the way.
My cherished daughter, Rowan Jane. ~b. 10/2011~
Sawyer ~ Aven ~ Elowen ~ Sage ~ Eilonwy ~ Eleanor
Morgan ~ Asher ~ ___ ~ ___ ~ Currently trying to fill the blanks...
Trying for #2 in January 2014.
May 27th, 2013 01:53 AM #147
www.nymbler.com has some interesting and doable suggestions for future siblings of Aphrodite, I suggest you try it out.
I also looked up the painting birth of Venus by Botticelli and it was interesting to see her standing on a seashell coming out of the ocean.
Are the names Venus and Aphrodite interchangeable in mythical history? I don't know. I have no knowledge of Greek mythology except to say that my two granddaughters are named Chloe (a green shoot) and Xanthe (fair haired).
May 27th, 2013 05:17 AM #149
good good otter.or should i say kanga although i suspect you are not a kangaroo.i will be waiting for the name unveiling with some imaginary balloons and an invisible slice of coffee cake.