Aaahh thank you guys!! I really appreciate it!! A lot of the ones you suggested are ones I already really liked but weren't at the forefront of my brain. Definitely very helpful in working on my list.
Iris, Anna, Nora, Charlotte, Ivy, and Cora are all names I love, I'm especially liking Cora right now.
And I had never really thought about Cecily before, but I'm pretty into it!!
Tbh all of your suggestions for girls are right up my alley, I didn't realize that my naming style was so easy to pinpoint, haha!
As for boys, I love Sebastian and Theodore (especially with the nn Teddy, but I really dislike Theo?? haha)
Some of them I really objectively like but for some reason they don't feel right? Idk how to explain it, boys names just don't come easy to me I guess, haha. But in that category are Milo, Felix, and Asher.
Ezra I'm really really starting to like though...
Of the girls names, I love Audrey, but I love Aubrey just that teeny bit more. They're always switching back and forth in my head and unfortunately you just can't have both, haha.
Zoe (though I prefer Zoey), Amelie, Verity (one of my two other favorite virtue names, the other being Serenity), Autumn, and Sienna are all great
Daisy has been growing on me. I don't know if I quite love it, but every time I see it, I stop to consider it.
Leonie is really cute!! Leona is a family name (my name, LeAnne, is my mom's "modern" derivative of it and tbh I often wish she would have just gone with Leona because I like it a lot), and Leonie jut seems like a spunkier version.
Ahh I remember being in love with Coralie a yearish ago but being indecisive about it. I'm thinking it definitely has a place on my list, especially given how much I love Cora as well.
On the boys list, a lot of names in your list are things that were on mine and that I still like but that have lost their luster to me over time. Like I said, I have a hard time getting excited about boy names, or at least I get excited about a lot fewer of them. So a lot of them are what I would call my style, but just don't feel right.
I'm loving Sebastian and Theodore, like I mentioned above.
Something about the style of Keats really intrigues me, but not the name itself? If that makes sense?
Seth, Nolan, and Archer (I'm liking the nn Archie lately) are a few that I consider a lot and like.
I like Holden but I'm not sure about it since it's so heavily associated with Catcher in the Rye (not that I don't love that book, but it still seems somewhat pretentious to me).
I really like Dexter but had a cat by that name who died. Any other suggestions specifically similar to Dexter? I think I could really enjoy more of this style.