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    I think Phillipa is perfect for the snob, and Pip & Pippa would appeal to proper ya-ya's (what we call the posh snob's).

    Crispin is very English upper class to me not New York boho cool. Gemma is a very common English name to me as well, when i was in school there were 4 in my year and it was a very small school!

    I don't have any suggestions for new york yupster names though :?
    Last edited by weegingerfaerie; February 22nd, 2012 at 09:04 AM. Reason: Spelling mistake
    Carrie-Anne mum of Ivy Fae and Wren Iris

    Baby #3 due April 2016

    Top contenders for baby number 3
    Girls - Vesper Fawn, Vesper Sage, Ember Fawn, Ember Sage
    Boys - Felix Ulysses, Cormac James, Struan Innes

    Kind of like but probably not enough to use:

    GIRLS Calla, Violet, Briar, Sage, Rosemary, Posey, Clove, Nora, Pearl
    BOYS Cairn, Adair, Dandelion, Oak

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