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November 28th, 2013 08:31 AM #6
Congrats on your marriage. Your list is beautiful, very classy.
The stand out choices to me are:
-Adaline Claire (I don't think people will mispronounce Adaline, it looks the same as Madeline and that's so popular)...
-Ellie Claire (also Elsie Claire or Elsa, Elke, Emily, Elletta or Eliza with the nn of Ellie)
-Sawyer Charles (unusual first name with classic middle)
-Finian (Finn) Charles (awesome)
I don't love all of your occupation names, but they DO tend to make nice strong masculine names... I can see why you like them...
Here are some more occupation names:
- Fletcher Charles
- Cooper Charles
- Deacon Charles
- Marshall Charles
- Tucker Charles
- Stuart Charles
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November 28th, 2013 11:23 AM #8Senior Member
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Elliot Charles is absolutely stunning!! Henry is another favorite of mine.
From your girls, I love Adeline and Ruby Claire is gorgeous. Piper and Harper are cute, but a little too common compared to your boys list which are all classic, and have that recognizable but not common quality that is hard to come by.
November 28th, 2013 04:29 PM #10Senior Member
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November 28th, 2013 06:14 PM #12
Adeline - Don't worry about pronunciation. Most people will say this name correctly.
Declan - See above.
Everett - I like this one a lot.
Henry - I love Henry! Goes wonderfully with Charles and isn't too formal. Hank is a cute nickname.
Ruby - Only if you're in America. If you're in Australia or England, this is too popular.
These should be out...
Ellie - Too nicknamey. Seems dated.
Finn - Doesn't flow well with Charles. Plus, it's a nickname, which is a pet hate of mine.
Harper - Way too popular and trendy at the moment. Plus, it's an occupation name (see below).
Madeline - Way too popular. I know so many Maddies.
Piper - I really dislike "occupation" names.
Porter - See above.
Tanner - See above.
These are okay...
SawyerAudrey - Beatrice - Clara - Daphne - Flora - Jane - Mabel - Susannah
Arthur - Barnaby - Edward - Frederick - Henry - Rupert - Theodore - Walter
November 28th, 2013 06:38 PM #14Senior Member
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- Jan 2013
Sarah. I disagree on
Ellie (It does sound too nicknamey, but with a formal name it would be fine with me.)
Finn I like this one.
Harper I like To Kill A Mockingbird.
Madeline (I don't mind this one, although popularity may be an issue.)
Ruby #106 and rising in United States. Probably top 100 and maybe even top 50 by the time you get around to using it.
I agree with Sarah about the rest.
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