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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Location
    England
    Posts
    3,412
    Well my style has changed drastically since using sites like this, and I've now realised that my style doesn't reflect the general British public. I would say that my style fits in perfectly with most Berries with the long and frilly girls names; Arabella, Tabitha, Clementine. I would also say my girls names seem very British but I'm a little nervous that they might seem pretentious because the response I've got from the UK site I use hasn't been the best.

    With my boys names I'm a sucker for biblical names; Isaac, Jude, Asher, Elijah, Gideon, Tobias etc. At the same time I love Maddox, Jacoby, River, Rourke and Cavan which are quite out there for UK standards, the latter two being Irish/Gaelic names.

  2. #23
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Location
    USA
    Posts
    63
    Like Kibby & Lucy, when I hear a name I like I just write it down. I like all different sorts of names. My son is Eivan Jacob Maverik, all names I love. Evan & Jacob are normally popular, I try to forget about popularity! I want my child to be different and an individual, his/ her own person, I tend to try to like less popular names, even though all my faves are becoming more popular everyday! Like Maxwell, which I love. Jessica Simpson just named her daughter Maxwell Drew, I love Maxwell with the nn Max for a boy, and Drew was forever one of my favorites for a guy also, until it started rising popularity wise!
    Tiara Selena Karleigh
    Mom to Evan, Wife to Chase <3


    Shayla .. Clara .. Evelyn .. Hailey ..

  3. #25
    like most, my style is all over the place! i do have traces of vintage, irish, and spanish influences in my favorites- as well as hipster, yupster, and trendy style. thankfully, i'm not having kids for a LONG time. haha.

    girls:

    Audrina
    Jolene
    Larisa
    Nora
    Whitney
    Lydia
    Lucy
    Emery
    Isabella
    Gemma
    Genevieve
    Paloma
    Stephanie
    Summer
    Trista
    Cosette
    Vienna
    Ramona
    Malise
    Berkeley

    boys:

    Ryan
    Nathan
    Owen
    Craig
    Jackson
    Clay
    Scott
    Jude
    Julian
    Reed
    Declan
    Aidan
    Nolan
    Noah
    Griffin
    Gavin
    Tanner
    Sawyer
    Damien
    Oliver

  4. #27
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Location
    Australia
    Posts
    123
    I tend to be fond of names that are fresh-sounding but not too made-up or misspelled, and not too popular. In theory I love fantasy-sounding names like Melisande, but they would be kind of hard to live with in the real world.
    Boys: Leo * Edward * Alasdair * Ian * Malcolm

    Girls: Sophie * Alana * Meredith * Fiona * Claire

  5. #29
    Mostly old fashioned with a kick to them! I don't like names you hear everyday (except William and kenneth) other than that, I like names with a history that aren't Emily or Mary or Joshua.

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