Preppies, Socialites, and Southerners
Posted 04 June 2013 - 11:36 PM
In the past few weeks a couple of them come to mind as being my favorites, those being:
Comment on the ones you like and give more suggestions if you have them!
Posted 11 June 2013 - 08:42 PM
From your girls, I really like:
Leighton - personally prefer more on a boy, I grew up with a girl named Leighton though.
Sloane - Very pretty
Tinsley - This one is very cute. I could definitely see it. WDYT of Tinley?
Miller - I went to high school with a girl named Miller. Her sister was Wesley.
Genevieve - I've always loved Genevieve LOVE Genevieve Autumn <3
Parker - I honestly prefer this on a girl rather than a boy! <3
Connor -I could also see this one as well
Kennedy - This name is adorable, however it's EXTREMELY popular where I'm from so it's a little less appealing to me, personally
Brooks - Very handsome for a boy. Sounds presidential almost
Astor - Different, but really handsome
Theodore - Cute, I love the name Teddy after watching 90210 <3
Holden - Handsome, very popular where I'm from
Prescott - This name sounds like a rich kid, not in a bad way at all. It just has that "ritzy" ring to it. Really handsome! Sounds almost like a lawyer's name?
Kennedy - This name actually sounds better on a boy, imo
Miller - Handsome, really like this, my hamsters name!
MacKenzie - This is def a favorite from your list. Love the nickname Mac
Sawyer - always been a favorite of mine for either gender!
Posted 13 June 2013 - 10:32 AM
I think that Leighton, Blair, Sloane, Taylor, and Genevieve are very lovely! I had no idea Genevieve was ever a surname tbh! <3 Its on my list. I like Leighton / Layton on both genders honestly. Its pretty. Blair and Sloane aren't my style, but I'd like them on other peoples children. And Taylor is beautiful
I like Whitley, Porter, Miller, Parker, Connor, and Kennedy on boys though! <3 I'd honestly hate to see Connor go to the girls side, I know its Irish but it has an all american jock sort of feel to it One of my absolute favorite boys names... It'd be the same as John on a girl to me </3 I can kinda see Miller on a girl, "Millie". And I can see how Whitley would be taken as a girls name. And Kennedy's already being used on girls so idk. But yeah <3
I like Brooks, Theodore, Chip, Holden, Carson, Miller, and Sawyer for the boys ones <3 Theodore and Holden are favorites for me! Chip's a little more of a nick name but nice. They're all very nice. I also like Calder which fits the same feel but still a surname.
Astor has a bit too much teasing potential for me. Cabot, Prescott, Kennedy, and MacKenzie just aren't my style <3
Posted 17 June 2013 - 01:29 PM
Leighton - I go back and forth if I like this name or not, but today I like it. It's different enough to be 'oh that's different' but not soooo out there.
Blair - For short names, this is one of my favorites. It's cute, short, would age well, and I just really like it.
Genevieve - One of my favorite names! I think it is so breathtaking, and it just is a name that I personally adore.
Kennedy - I think this name is really cute for a little girl, and it is also a name that would age very well.
Theodore - THIS IS JUST SO ADORABLE! I love Theodore (Theo or Teddy) for a little boy, and I think it could age so well.
Sawyer - Like Leighton I go back and forth with this one, but it's cute as well.
Names that I think you may also like, that are the same style are,
Posted 17 June 2013 - 04:20 PM
As for The boys, I definitely think you should more Porter, Parker and Connor to this list. They are so handsome. I also like Theodore, Holden, Sawyer and Prescott. I think these are great names, and very sophisticated. I am not really a fan of the rest, but none of them are bad. I just think Astor is a little weird because of the first syllable sounding like a certain body part. Castor is a name that I like, ad it is very similar to Astor. Chip sounds like more of a nickname to me. And with Mackenzie, I would stay away from it because too many people are using it for their daughters.
Some other names that I think would fit well in this category:
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