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February 11th, 2014 07:47 AM #6Senior Member
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February 11th, 2014 08:34 PM #10Senior Member
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@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
Violetta Coraline Isla Cordelia Alice Gwyneth
Abel Francis Linus Booker Theodore Gibson
Fur Kids: Caledonia (Kala) & Marty
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