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Hello all! I am Isabella and I am in need of soft, sweet but unique baby name. I tend to like old-fashioned names. I cannot find that perfect name. I really dislike the usual suggestion of Rosalie. I also dislike trendy names like Tegan or Reagan. But I do like Rosemary. I am very picky and wish I could settle. I also like meaning behind names. I am open to any origin but I do like the Italian Julietta. I want something no one hears often but is also simple and feminine, maybe even "florally" sounding
vote | results   comments: 28   votes: 0   created: 2014-11-17 16:11:22
My husband and I are very particular when it comes to names. We want uncommon names that are not made up. We want his name to be as unique as possible without sounding ridiculous. Word names are okay sometimes. Nothing at all feminine sounding. Can you help us? If this is useful, we have a 7 year old son named Coastal(Coast), and a 4 year old daughter named Theonie(Thea). Thanks
vote | results   comments: 27   votes: 2   created: 2014-11-19 22:37:35
What names do you love secretly but would never use?
vote | results   comments: 25   votes: 1   created: 2014-11-18 17:16:09
Looking for a very feminine girls name, preferably 3 or more syllables (we have a very short surname), that is less common that Olivia, Sophia, Isabella. Could you list maybe your top 3-4? Thanks!!
vote | results   comments: 23   votes: 0   created: 2014-11-19 08:12:15
Hello I’m Bellamy and my man is Deacon. We have 4 kids Amaris, Angelo, Athena, and Ace (girl)! We didn’t plan for them to all have A names, it’s actually mostly a coincidence. It started with Amaris then I was dead set on Angelo from the very beginning then Athena came along and I thought that name was gorgeous; by the time we got to Ace we thought "well let’s keep this trend going!". We’re having another girl and we have a couple main names in mind and alternates. We’re not going for common names like Abigail, Aurora, Aubrey/Audrey, Aaliyah, Amelia, Ava, Ariana (though I love it!), Addison, Ashley, or Arabella, and we’re also staying away from names that sound a little too close to our others (e.g. Amaryllis). We’re ruling out crazy ones like Alijah (which we’re sure isn’t even a real name). You may not like some of the choices but please don’t be rude. :) These names in the list are ones we are truly considering and will take opinions into consideration but that doesn’t mean we’ll rule it out completely. Sorry if this went on too long! Thanks -Bellamy and Deacon
vote | results   comments: 20   votes: 7   created: 2014-11-19 16:31:51
Middle names needed for triplets due Dec.25th ! Names don’t have to start with same letter. Thank you, Tatiana & Joel
vote | results   comments: 20   votes: 10   created: 2014-11-20 21:44:29
In the first comment are my favorite girl names. Could you tell me which ones you like the best and which ones you like the least and why? Or rank them? Comments would really help me out most! Thanks everyone!
vote | results   comments: 19   votes: 0   created: 2014-11-20 22:01:49
We have a 10 month old son named Jackson Levi & I am 4 months pregnant with baby #2! It’s a girl! We both love the name Aubrianna Kate, but my husband would rather Aubrey Sofia. Which one do you like better? Why? We also debated on the name Ryan if we were having a boy. However, I’ve heard of 3 girls named Ryan Elizabeth, as well as 3 boys named Ryan. Would you prefer it on a boy or girl? This name will most likely not be used, but we do like it! Please list some girl first & middle name that would go well with Jackson Levi. Thanks šŸ’• Sadie & Liam
vote | results   comments: 18   votes: 1   created: 2014-11-17 17:52:09
Initially we believed we were having three sons. Naming them was going to be easy- three boys, three men we wanted to honor and all had J names (A: John, B: James, C: Jason). A and B are on the same amniotic sac, probably identical,and C is our wild card. Now it seems like C is not a Jason at all, but a girl. And the names we have for girls do not start with J. Would it be awful and wrong to use James and John for the boys and something other than a J name for a girl?
vote | results   comments: 18   votes: 11   created: 2014-11-21 14:29:12
We’d love some suggestions for Maeve’s middle name! Our last name is only one syllable, so length is not an issue. Although Elizabeth and Isabella are pretty, we’d like some that are a little less uncommon. Oh, and our last name starts with an N, so I don’t know if A’s or E’s would be weird as a middle name since her initials would be MAN or MEN (lol). Thanks!!
vote | results   comments: 18   votes: 1   created: 2014-11-21 18:33:03
Please pick your 2 favorite names from our list, in the comment section.
vote | results   comments: 17   votes: 0   created: 2014-11-15 23:43:06
I’ve recently come to adore the name Hope as a first name for a girl after after considering names such as Margaret(Maggie) Rose, Eleanore(Nora) Hope, Aurora Hope, Faith Margaret, and Freya Elizabeth. I can’t seem to find a middle name that flows beautifully, thanks for the help.
vote | results   comments: 17   votes: 2   created: 2014-11-17 20:41:05
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