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July 20th, 2014 09:54 PM #1
What would you name our next kids?
So far we have Azula Rosemary & Indira Coral. Go nuts, we will probably have 2 more children - I'm excited to see what you come up with!
I am hoping to find some names to add to my list but I would really like to know what YOU would choose.
Edit: My most up to date lists are on NB. Here is my boys' list & here is the girls!
Last edited by truenature; July 24th, 2014 at 06:19 AM.Azula Rosemary
Planning ahead for our next additionsAtlas Erickson Fox * Orson Rudyard Jade
Elowen Luna * Freya Willow
July 20th, 2014 10:07 PM #318 // books, tea & names. ❤
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July 21st, 2014 12:07 AM #9
I love your names! So pretty
For two more girls, I would pick:
Esmeralda Pearl-Esmeralda is a colour name, that I feel fits beautifully with Azula. It also ends with a vowel, and has a classic vintage/gypsy feel that fits in with Azula and Indira. Pearl is old timey, but still spunky. It goes well with Coral and Rosemary.
Cordelia Lavender-Again, I feel both names abide by the same basic standards of your daughters' names. Cordelia ends with the 'a', and means "jewel of the sea" (coral is sort of a sea gem). Lavender is a type of plant used for food and medicinal purposes, the same as rosemary.
For boys, it was a bit harder to come up with names, but here are two I decided on:
Orion Sage-Orion means "dawning". I think it fits well with your girls' names. Sage is a type of plant, and it goes well with Rosemary and Coral.
Atlas Jasper-Atlas is known, but not used and is of the same type of style as Indira and Azula. Jasper is sleek and vintage, fitting nicely with Coral and Rosemary.
Last edited by greeneyes375; July 21st, 2014 at 12:12 AM.