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February 11th, 2014 07:47 AM #6Senior Member
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February 11th, 2014 11:30 AM #8Senior Member
G: Ruby, Bernice nn Nixie, Anna, Harlow, Davida, Rosemarie, Eugenia, Ismay, Lillian, Glenna nn Glennie, Valentina, Josephine
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- Dec 2011
B: Davis, Alden, Rudy, Isaac, Gabriel, Julian, Julius, Simon, Jasper, Euan, Oliver, August, Sebastian, Sampson
February 11th, 2014 08:34 PM #10
@oiseau - I love Poppy and Delilah but he nixed both from the long list I really love Winter as a middle! It was on my list paired with Rosemary, which he also got rid of
@fanciful - Theodore and Cordelia do work quite nicely as a sibset!
@lookingahead - I'm so glad someone else likes Booker! And Isla Rue is hubby's fave
@paigemontana - loving Booker and Coraline as siblings...I think they're my top two at the moment
@christabel - Camilla is cute and I think it would age well! I love Francesca but DH says no I really like Tate but it sounds awful with our LN, and Ford is my maiden name! Archer is awesome, I'll have to see what DH thinksjessamyn
aquinnah rue - lucienne willow - ailsa juniper - cordelia maren
finnian daniel - gibson fox - booker linus - atticus reid
Fur Kids: Caledonia (Kala) & Marty
anxiously awaiting TTC #1
February 11th, 2014 08:52 PM #12
Top Three Faves - Boys
Theodore - my favourite on your boys list
Francis - one of the "softer" boys names that I love
Abel - I like the Biblical connection as well as the play on word of "able".
Gibson - there are better "son" names out there
Booker - book her?
Cleary - weary, dreary
Top Three - Girls
Alice - a true classic with a sweet simplicity
Caroline - see Alice
Violetta - I like this one and I'm not usually a fan of overly frilly girls names
Coraline (Cora) - Not as classic as Caroline but an interesting choice
Isla - seems to be one of the trendy names at the moment
Cordelia - it's not my favourite Shakespearean girls name
Alice and Theodore - a swoon-worthy pair
Caroline and Theodore - you can't go wrong with classics. They're timeless and ageless.
Francis and Caroline - I think these two are a lovely match
Abel and Violetta - how cute are Abe and Etta?
Alice Margaret - if you like a vintage combo
Caroline Bridget - class and spunk
Violetta Ruth - the serious Ruth grounds the feminine first name
Theodore Daniel - I don't like the d's but it's a family name and that fact always trumps flow
Francis Robert - a fine twosome
Abel Robert - This combo is better than Abel Daniel which has the same ending.All the best,
February 11th, 2014 10:02 PM #14