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June 4th, 2013 05:45 PM #6Senior Member
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June 4th, 2013 05:57 PM #8Senior Member
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June 4th, 2013 06:15 PM #10
I loveeee Tess, beautiful name!♧ mama to finnegan alexander [11.29.15] ♧
♧ future littles - sullivan, jameson, cormac, donovan ♧
♧ rosemary, annemarie, cathleen, lenora ♧
June 4th, 2013 08:35 PM #12
Cleo has the most votes but no comments. I find it really helpful to know what you berries think about why it works. Keep the comments coming.
niteowl13 - We do really like french names, but not frilly ones. We like Claire, Vivienne, Sylvie, Cleo, Simone. While Juliette and Eloise pair nicely with our girl's names they just aren't the right style. I really want to like Camille but I just can't. Any other suggestions because I like where your going.
Last edited by sarab.cook; June 5th, 2013 at 02:17 PM.Mama to: Lilla Clare - 2009 | Vivienne Grace - 2012 | Tess Magnolia - 2015
Little Ladies: Charlotte, Cora, Delia, Faye, Georgina, Leonie, Rosalie, Scarlett, Sylvie, Tallulah
Darling Gentlemen: Atticus, Beau, Everett, Jasper, Knox, Montgomery, Rufus, Sawyer, Wes, Wilder
June 4th, 2013 10:00 PM #14
Wandered here from your other post.......
Tess---probably my personal favorite of all time. But as you are finding, it's hard to find a middle that really works with it and your surname. I would suggest lengthening it to Tessa, even if she goes by Tess, but does Tessa Cook sound like "Tess, a cook"?
Cleo---one of those names that I always think is too much to live up to. If she grows up and isn't blatantly, sexy-gorgeous, or at least, exotic, will she fit the name? And Cleo Cook is just an odd, to my ear, juxtaposition of the exotic and the mundane.
Sylvie---I love, but I do think it's too close to Vivienne in sound
Clarie---too close to your eldest daughter's middle
Simone---to my ear doesn't work with Lilla and Vivienne....it sounds a bit more serious than your delicate, though not frilly, girls
What about Amelie, Corinne, Helene, Cerise, Marielle or Sybil?
Last edited by missmolly; June 4th, 2013 at 10:37 PM.Obsessing over names since 1964