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July 30th, 2014 03:00 PM #61
Oops. I must be losing it. I didn't even think about them starting with the same letter. I hate that, actually. Haha, I was just thinking I might have gone over the line with the repetitive sounds & trees-for-middle names. Which apparently I did - Magnolia does work better.
Also, that is a rad name your 5yo chose for her cat, she has fine taste.
Over here, Azula has misplaced her stuffed Eeyore & you'd think she'd lost her firstborn.Azula "Zu" Rosemary
Indira "Indie" Coral
Planning ahead for our next additions
July 31st, 2014 10:21 AM #63
Well, Magnolia is a kind of tree, too. It's just more associated with its flower. I don't think the theme went over the top, it's just that Elowen and Willow have so many of the same sounds.
Delphine (is this too ocean-themed?)
Fiammetta (have I already suggested this one? It means "fiery")
Duh...I forgot I have a user list of nature names for boys.
Other boy names:
Ender Linden Devereaux
Rufus Ender Erickson
Ozias Erickson Zephyr
Ignatius Peregrine Jade
Atlas Caspian Zane
Atlas Erickson Fox
Willow Zafira (okay, I put the nature name up front, but the combo was so cool)
Rumi CharlizeMy March arrival:
We call her Daisy
in honor of my mom.