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August 28th, 2013 11:26 AM #1Member
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Due in 3.5 weeks and now having 2nd thoughts help plsss!!!!
So we have a gal named Anneke (middle name June) pronounced european way.. ONNEKA
my husband is eastern european, im canadian, but have dutch roots.(my mother born in holland)
So our top choice for a boy was Larson. middle name unknown....i really like the middle name Fox. Larson Fox! but maybe sounds silly too...
our top girl choice is Beatrice. middle name Ruby or Pearl???
our backups or others we liked but not totally digging.
Henry (too popular i know too many baby henrys now...)
Cashiel ("CASH") not digging it with anneke..???!
so i need help..
I think it'll still be Larson or Beatrice. Tell me they're great, or why they aren't great. and give me some fun middle name ideas for them both.
Larson we are really stuck on a middle name. Anneke June is so catchy and cute together i love it. need something equal for the sibling.
August 28th, 2013 01:46 PM #3Senior Member
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Anneke June is a beautiful name!
I really like Larson or Beatrice for your child.
Beatrice Pearl is very pretty, have you considered?
To go with Larson, I really do love Larson Fox, imo it is spunky and refreshing. Larson is a good, strong name that is familiar yet uncommon and with Fox I think it is sheer perfection!
How about? Larson Drake, Larson River, Larson Phoenix?
August 28th, 2013 01:50 PM #5Annaliese Rosalie ; Eden Iris ; Isobel Claire
Mummy of these three perfect kiddos
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August 28th, 2013 11:29 PM #9Senior Member
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I actually like Larson Fox. Fox is a family name for me that I would love to use, plus I think the animals are so cool. Anneke and Larson work together because they both sound kind of Scandavian-European; and Lars (if that was his nickname) is a Dutch variation on a name just like Anneke is. The middle name Fox gives it some modern spunkiness and surprise.
Arlo - Like it a lot. Anneke & Arlo =
Henry - I know it's getting more popular. What about Hendrik? Or a nickname such as Harry or the Dutch Heike?
Levi - I am "meh" about Levi, it just doesn't do anything for me.
Levon - Never know how to say this. Rhymes with heaven, or is it luh-VONN. Either way, I picture a 1970's weatherman with big sideburns for some reason. Not good! lol
For boys, what about:
Frederik nn Freddie
Liev (LEE-ev) great meaning
Beatrice - is really nice with Anneke & Beatrice Pearl is very sweet. What about Beatrice Lark - since she might have otherwise been Larson? Or, a nod to your husband's background this time with something pretty like Beatrice Elena?
Olive - I'm partial to this name. But not sure it works with Anneke, too much rhyming?
Vida - Anneke & Vida has a great vibe. Do people named Vida get the "la vida loca" thing all the time though?!
Hazel - I like it. What about Hazel Marit or Hazel Beatrix? (the Dutch royal spelling )