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February 18th, 2012 07:29 PM #6Senior Member
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February 18th, 2012 07:57 PM #8
Jemima - I like this name, but I'm not sure the general population is at the point of seeing past the Syrup and the stereotypes.
Adelaide - LOVE Adelaide, Adelaide by Anberlin is a great song.
Felicity - Like it, but can't picture it on a child
Violet - Not my style
Sophie - Not my style
Maeve - Not my style
Daisy - I think it's too cutesy to grow up with
Ivy - I like it, but wouldn't use it
Elsa - Like it, but have it associated to a dog
Mabel - I like Mabel, but it reminds me of a manners rhyme, I like the maybe-up-&-coming Maple more.
Hazel - It's just okay
Ingrid - Dislike
Poppy - Cute on a baby, can't picture an adult, or teen Poppy
Florence - I like Florence!! Lots of cute nicknames! Also like Flora alone
Lachlan Alexander - Evander 'Anders' Alcott - Cadmus Walter - Theron Xavier - Thatcher William - Peregrine North - Dresden Alasdair
Natalie Winter - Adelaide Pearl - Hermione Jane - Corisande Fable - Lavender Alina/Irie - Cordelia Autumn - Virginia Joy- Odessa Faye
February 19th, 2012 05:37 AM #10Senior Member
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Thanks for all your comments so far! I love the feedback. I'm from the UK so I don't know whether Jemima would be such a problem here...
oh and namelover7 thank you so much for those lovely comments! Daisy Beatrice is actually the name of my great-grandmother but I just thought it was such a stunning combination I just had to steal it
ashthedreamer I love the idea of Daisy as a nn for Adelaide! Thank you
Thanks for all the great feedback berries!Currently loving:
Evelyn Hazel nn Evie, Mabel Coralie, Violet Sophie, Sophie Florence, Daisy Beatrice, Ivy Adelaide and Elsa Primrose
Noah Reid, George Timothy, Rory Hugo, Henry Atticus, Charles Nathaniel nn Charlie, Oscar Tobias and Harvey Thomas
February 19th, 2012 05:48 AM #12
Felicity is a name I have been pondering.
It seems known, pretty, not too popular and have a variety of nn.
Like it alot.Phoebe Eliza Grace arrived after 2 Years of IVF
February 19th, 2012 06:18 AM #14
Jemima-Interesting, I haven't actually met a Jemima but it is rather cute. I'm not sure if it would age well though.
Adelaide-Sorry I'm not a fan.
Felicity-I'm not sure. Its one of those names that are growing on me though.
Violet-I don't know honestly, it seems to have become one of those trendy revived names these days however.
Sophie-Pretty, I like it!
Daisy-Not my cup pf tea.
Ivy-Again, very pretty.
Elsa-Different, I'm not fond of it though.
Mabel-It dosen't work for me.
Hazel-I don't think I would have considered it before, but it is growing on me.
Poppy-Sorry, Its always seemed a weird name to me.
Florence-My great-aunt was called Florence, but we called her Flo. As for a name these days, I think its rather dated.
Out of all the names I like Ivy and Sophie the best. But listen, this is just my personal taste and it really shouldn't deter you from names that are appealing to you. Everyone has different tastes, and names can be very polarizing.