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August 21st, 2013 08:19 PM #41*Magnolia Alice /Evangeline Wildflower/ ?*
*Anouk, Amoret, Cordelia, Olive, Beatrix, Eugenie, Marigold, Adelina, Ondine, Guinevere, Luna, Neve, Georgiana, Atalune, Grey, Snow, Matilda, Fleur, Sophie, Florence, Clover, Iona, Ottlilie, Sophronia, Guinivere*
*Augustin Wolf/ Rowan Silas/?*
*Osias, Jude, Caius, Cashel, Westley, Fennec, Grey, Thatcher, Ignatius, Hawthorne, Benedict, Atlas, Asher, Wolf, Hugo,Caspian, August, Maxwell *
August 21st, 2013 09:01 PM #43It's a GIRL!! First babe, due 4/17.
Arietta June, Guinevere Pearl, Cordelia Wynn, Felicity Catherine, Elowen Faye
Mattias Leo, Leander Paul, Cassian James, Macsen George
August 22nd, 2013 09:51 AM #45
Winter is much cooler than Whitt and the color Grey and Winter both have a cool, steally quality which makes them go nicely together on top of both being meaningful. I like Whitt a lot but I think I'd keep is as a mn option for a boy. Something like Theodore Whitt makes much more sense to me that Philippa Whitt or Alexandra Whitt.
I'm still a huge fan of your original combo Philippa Winter and Vivienne Gray.Expecting Our First.....
DH doesn't want to discuss names until
we know if it's a boy or girl. GRRRRR ARGH!
August 22nd, 2013 10:31 AM #47Senior Member
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One thing to think about is that you won't be using their middle names on a regular basis, so do you love "Phillipa" and "Vivienne" as much as you love Phillipa Winter and Vivienne Grey? Do they evoke that same feeling for you? They are, as everyone has said, stunning combos, but it's very rare people will even know the girls' middle names, and even less often they'll get referred to by it.
I had this issue somewhat with my lil doodle-bug. Winifred Calla Seraphine sounded so magical, sweet, and whimsical to my ears, like a character in a fairy tale. But Winifred by itself is more serious, bookish, clunky. I think it's strange and rare enough in form that it sounds very refreshing on a little girl, but it will never be as light and ethereal as the full name.
That said, Phillipa Winter is perfection.
I know quite a few little Vivienne's so it's less surprising to hear, but still a most wondrous name.
I happen to personally prefer Felicity over both names, but they're all great.
Mary | Elsbeth | Clotilde | Everild | Beatrix | Junia | Tabitha | Gwendolen | Octavia | Eve | March | Edwen
Simeon | Lionel | Barnabus | Ezekiel | Hector | Ignatius | August | Jove | Sayer | Booker | Mariner | Cecil | Godfrey
August 22nd, 2013 10:55 AM #49
I love the name Vivienne Grey, that's stunning and even though Philippa isn't a favourite of mine I really like the combination Philippa Winter. I love how she sounds with Vivienne Grey. They sound brilliant together!! I think your simply having cold feet and you should go with your choice of Philippa & Vivienne. The only name I would change is Philippa keep the Winter middle name and still have the same style of unusual classic.
Vivienne Grey & Aurelia Winter
Vivienne Grey & Persephone Winter
Vivienne Grey & Shoshana Winter
Vivienne Grey & Adeline Winter
Vivienne Grey & Odette Winter
Vivienne Grey & Ottoline Winter
Vivienne Grey & Adela Winter