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#1 Laney


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Posted 13 January 2022 - 09:55 PM


I've finally gotten around to working on my combos. Excuse my scribbles and crappy writing. Lol. Hopefully it's not too blurry either.

I'm not sure about middles for some of these, so suggestions would be great. I'm also not sold on all of the combos so open to help there too (Raphael, Riley, Magnus, Phillip, Odette and Vada).

My kids' last name will likely be Fleming unless I start dating someone and I like his name better. XD Fleming was my maternal grandmother's maiden name. I don't want to use my name because of the unfortunate connection to my father.

I love classic/vintage/old-fashioned names mostly, but I like the idea of honoring my Irish, Latvian, Scottish, and Scandinavian/Viking heritage as well and I like other international names that are easy to pronounce and spell. I'm not a fan of BNOGs or 99.9% of "unisex" names for girls (I like them for boys).

Which combos/names are your favorites? Lilia Genevieve is my top girl name and for a boy, I'm leaning towards Callum Raymond or Rhys Alfred.

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