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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
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    I might do something classic like Paul but that is also popular - so

    Paul & Henry, Oliver, Felix, Theodore, James, or even Leo or Liam
    Paul & Olive, Alice, Rose, Zoe, Claire, or even something like Luna, Nova or Piper
    matilda valentine "tillie." beatrix scout "bee." louise lark "lola." piper clementine. thisbe lavender. phoebe callista. waverly lunaria.

    roswell zigmund "wells." caspian apollo "casper." evander robin "van." felix finch. henry cosmo. alistair cousteau. florian wilder. ira august.

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    Location
    USA
    Posts
    1,323
    My first thought for a boy was Theo. Paul and Theo make a trim, casual set. I like Paul with boys' names that are friendly and approachable or slightly bookish. For girls, something classic but popular right now.

    Paul and...

    Brooks
    Dylan
    Elliot
    Marcus
    Max
    Tate

    Audrey
    Eliza
    Eve
    Ivy
    Vera
    Violet
    My Lists
    Bird + Birding Baby Names // species names + notable naturalists
    Texas Inspired Baby Names // paying homage to the Lone Star State
    Nautical Baby Names // inspired by sailors + the deep blue sea
    The Golden Age of Detective Fiction // timeless characters + the writers who created them
    Hobbit Baby Names // botanical, medieval + gemstone names from the Shire
    Medieval Names for a Modern Baby // unusual names + surnames from historic rosters

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Location
    Western Canada
    Posts
    710
    TTC 2018

    Alexandra, Blair, Blythe, Claire, Elizabeth, Evelyn, Fleur, Grace, Isobel, Ivy, Madeline, Rosamund

    Elliott, Elroy, Everett, Ezra, Henry, James, Malachi, Nathaniel, Theodore

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