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  1. #6
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Arwen- means white
    Fiona- means white
    Whitney- means white
    Gwyneth- means white
    Aspen- ski association
    Demeter-the ancient Greek goddess of fertility and the harvest, but she was also the deity responsible for creating winter
    Persephone- Demeter's daughter who was taken to the netherworld for 6 months a year, thus causing Demeter to create winter
    Eira- Welsh word for snow
    January (kind of obvious)
    Neve- from the Latin for snow
    Stella- star

  2. #8
    Carrie- a carnation is January's flower!
    Violet- February's flower
    Finley- you had mentioned your child would most likely have dark, curly hair, but though this name's meaning involved fair color, you could choose to interpret it more like the light color of the snow
    Neva- spanish for white snow
    Eve- this one is sort of obvious, but I thought I'd throw it in there because you hadn't mentioned you'd thought of it. Early January makes me picture both New Year's and Christmas Eve. And if Eve is too obvious, then how about: Eva (pronounced either ee-va or ay-va), Evie, Evangeline, or Evangelina
    G: Sawyer, Clementine, Evangeline, Natalie, Hazel, Saiorse, Stella, Wren (Birdie), Bianca, Melody, Roux, Olive, India Scout, Minerva, Delilah, Daisy, Darcy, Clio, Junia, Pfeifer, Kate, Mary Claire, Violet, Fiona, Ella, Poppy
    B: Balthasar, Basil, Ezekiel, Reuben, Sebastian, Finnian, Eric, Dean, Wallace (Wally), Zephyr, Cecil, Lysander, Schuyler, Nico
    Girl Groups: Clementine, Mary Claire, Stella
    Boy Bands: Balthasar Alexander, Cecil, Basil
    Twin Teams: Luna and Linus

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Clara from The Nutcracker ballet could be nice. It's short, sweet, and has a classic feel. And it's a name that one might not necessarily connect to winter immediately.
    Dylan Reese Kieran Lennox Owen
    Avery Quinn Delaney Sloane Lennon

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Congratulations on your pregnancy!
    Some suggestions for you -
    Neve (snow), Nevada (snow-capped), Misty, Ruby, Scarlett, Pearl, Lux (reminds me of twinkling lights on a dark, wintery night), Hollis, Rima (white frost), Lumi (snow), Bianca (white), Bronwyn (white), Angelique (angel), Alba (white), Gwen (white circle), Jenna (white shadow), Caelia (heavenly, starry sky), Plum (warm plum pudding on a winter's night), Aspen, Stella (star), Frost, Storm, Fiona (white), Seraphina (fiery), Arwen (white).
    Some winter plants - Amaryllis, Orchid, Primrose, Ivy, Camellia, Freesia and Aster.
    Wishing you all the very best in your naming journey.
    Mama Bear to five gorgeous children - Dakotah Anne, Arabella Hope, Jaren Max, Zahlee Grace and Emmaline Eve

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    We chose Vesper for our Christmas season babe as a reference to the star of Bethlehem and the "evening" of the year.
    Mama to Belle & Pip
    Wife, mother, farmer, friend and doula.

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