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August 23rd, 2014 07:58 PM #96Senior Member
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lacysue was skipped
Sadie Belle - Not my style. But it does flow well.
Corinne Emilia - Like
Audrey Aspen - I love Audrey, but Aspen is not my style.
Collin Reed - I like Reed, but Collin is a name that I was never fond of.
Dylan Cooper - Not my style.
Preston Lewis - Not a fan of Preston, but I love Lewis.
Ryland James - Love this name.
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Adam Joseph | Xander Gabriel | Xavier Leo | Holden Avery
Magnolia Jane | Livia Claire | Lily Victoria | Daisy Elizabeth | Sophie Anneliese
August 23rd, 2014 08:18 PM #98Member
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Another one for lacysue since being skipped stinks!
Sadie Belle: This name isn't my style.. I think I like a more formal legal first name than Sadie, but the Hebrew meaning of "Princess" is a nice quality. 4/10
Corinne Emilia: I love this. So timeless, and not super trendy. 9/10
Audrey Aspen: this is a nice, again Audrey has that timeless feel imo. I'm not a big fan of alliteration so the double A names don't work for me. 7/10
Collin Reed: Collin is a fine name, but it's not one of my favorites. I do like the name Reed! 6/10
Dylan Cooper: I think Dylan is a super cute baby boy name and also one baby can grow into. Very nice. 8/10.
Preston Lewis: Preston makes me think of the guy from The Real World (New Orleans) I think. Nice guy, but I wouldn't want to name a kid after him. As a whole, 'Preston Lewis' comes off as more dated than your other choices imo. 5/10
Ryland James: I think this is my second favorite. It is nice, with a bit of new-age trend. 6.5/10
Last edited by maybe_someday_baby; August 23rd, 2014 at 08:27 PM.Current Favorites:
Girls: Maud, Fable, Avella, Elsa
Boys: Atlas, Ender, Talbot
August 23rd, 2014 09:09 PM #100
Maud - a bit too old-fashioned for me still, but I like it much more than Mabel! I am not sure I can see it on a little girl, but it's still nice. I like it much better than Matilda, too, which is hot right now.
Ellis - it has a nice sound, but I just can't see it on a girl. I like it much better for boys!
Fable - too GPish for me, but it's a nice name.
Atlas - I find it hard to imagine on a child, and I think it'd just be hard to bear, anyhow, but I do think it's quite cool.
Ender - again, too GPish for me, but it's okay. I think Alexander nn Ender would be pretty cool.
Britin - not keen on the spelling, but I've always loved Brittan/Britton for a boy! I really adore it.
August 24th, 2014 12:15 AM #102
Joshua Aaron Lee -- I really like this combination, its very cool. On their own, the names don't really do it for me, but together I'm really enjoying them! 8/10
Aleksander Gabriel Henry -- I prefer the spelling, Alexander. Gabriel is a name I've never been able to get behind, it just isn't for me. Henry is just ok, its one that I like, but find a little boring. 6/10
Avery Ian George -- The flow is off, for me, in this combination. 6/10
Audrey Sophia Juliet -- I really like this, I enjoy all three names individually and I like them arranged together as well. 8/10
Matthew Elliot -- For me, this is kind of boring, Matthew/Matt was such a common name amongst my peers, growing up. Elliot is ok, but not for me. 4/10Leo Sebastian l Ronan Alexander
Felix l Finn l Moss l Heath l Fern l Veda l Tui l Blythe
August 24th, 2014 01:00 AM #104
Love Leo Sebastian (swoon!) and Ronan Alexander. Sebastian and Alexander are among my personal favorites.
Felix - 4/10 - I adore Felicity, but I've never really cared for Felix for some reason.
Finn - 7/10 - My favorite of your boys' names, although I like it more as a nickname for something longer. It works on its own, though.
Moss - 5/10 - Not really my style, but makes an okay nature name.
Heath - 6/10 - Again, I'm not really into nature names, but I do think Heath is kinda cool.
Fern - 4/10 - Not my style. I think there are prettier nature names out there for girls.
Veda - 7/10 - Hmm, I'm never really sure how I feel about this name. I do like that it begins with a V, and it has a pretty sound, but something keeps me from loving it.
Tui - 2/10 - Never heard of it before. Makes me think of the words "patootie" and "phooey".
Blythe - 9/10 - Love! I'm not a huge fan of one-syllable names, but Blythe is an exception. Lovely meaning, too.Proud mother to William "Liam" Balthazar, Catherine "Cate" Ophelia, Veronica "Vera" Seraphine, and baby number four, arriving September 2017 to complete our family!
Nicholas ~ William ~ Alexander ~ Sebastian ~ Gabriel ~ Benjamin ~ Dominic ~ Oliver ~ Crispin ~ Gregory
Zoe ~ Catherine ~ Veronica ~ Penelope ~ Elizabeth ~ Daphne ~ Anastasia ~ Seraphina ~ Ophelia ~ Felicity