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#61 Laugh-Dream-Love

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Posted 20 November 2016 - 08:01 AM

Willa Jane

Calder Sebastian
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Posted 20 November 2016 - 08:32 AM

Rebecca Laree ??/Rebecca ?? Laree*

Serenity 

Lauren

Emerson

Quin or Quinn?

 

 

*Laree is prn. luh-REE


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Posted 20 November 2016 - 05:21 PM

 

 

Thank you!! And to your question yes we will be doing the 2 middle names.. just a bit unsure on what names at the present to choose from lol..

 

The Kairi name is pn Kye or Kai - ree..  Just a few names that are being thrown around at the mo :)

 
I'm not a two middle name person usually but I'm glad to hear that :)

You'll figure it out, I'm sure!

And I've since changed my mind, I do like Kairi pronounced as Kye-ree. Isn't the name Kai getting popular for boys? It's pronounced Ky, isn't it? 
But my comment would still stand that it's likely to face pronunciation issues, if that is a problem for you.

Btw, I hope you didn't take offense to my opinions. I didn't mean for it to sound like I was crushing your choices. I genuinely do think some are great, and we just obviously have slightly different naming styles. I'm sure you will end up picking something as beautiful as you did for your other kids!



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Posted 21 November 2016 - 05:53 AM

 
I'm not a two middle name person usually but I'm glad to hear that :)

You'll figure it out, I'm sure!

And I've since changed my mind, I do like Kairi pronounced as Kye-ree. Isn't the name Kai getting popular for boys? It's pronounced Ky, isn't it? 
But my comment would still stand that it's likely to face pronunciation issues, if that is a problem for you.

Btw, I hope you didn't take offense to my opinions. I didn't mean for it to sound like I was crushing your choices. I genuinely do think some are great, and we just obviously have slightly different naming styles. I'm sure you will end up picking something as beautiful as you did for your other kids!

 

 

No your alright lol its a feed back thread all good. i respect your opinions xx


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Posted 21 November 2016 - 11:23 AM

Willa Jane

Calder Sebastian

Willa Jane: Willa is a good way to honor if there is a William in the family! If not, it's still a pretty cute sounding name. Jane is a nice name that flows really well with it. (8/10)

Calder Sebastian: I wasn't aware Calder was a name but, it does fit with today's names. It sound a little off to me but I'm not sure exactly how. However, the pair does sound nice together. Sebastian is a great name on it's own as well. (7/10)



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Posted 21 November 2016 - 12:04 PM

Rebecca Laree ??/Rebecca ?? Laree*

Serenity 

Lauren

Emerson

Quin or Quinn?

 

 

*Laree is prn. luh-REE

Rebecca Laree ??/Rebecca ?? Laree: Rebecca is cute, with some cute nicknames. I'm not sure how I feel about Laree though, I feel like there's probably another spelling that would have the pronunciation be more obvious. But the spelling itself is cute, I just can't decide if it really fits the pronunciation. As for other middles to join it..Rebecca Laree Paige, Rebecca Marilyn Laree, Rebecca Isiana Laree, Rebecca Kaelyn Laree or Rebecca Laree Kaelyn, and Rebecca Jade Laree or Rebecca Laree Jade are ideas from your profile, I know you've used some for other combos but backups or maybe they'll spark ideas! As for ones not necessarily on your profile, Rebecca Madison Laree and Rebecca Taylor Laree or Rebecca Laree Taylor. I think an M middle name has the best sound with it. (Rebecca with Laree and something else: 8/10)

Serenity: Not really a fan of this, but it does fit with the other names out there. It's just not my style and tbh, I can picture a lot of negative comments about this name. (7/10)

Lauren: I really like this and it would be cute to see it back around. I also like it a lot better than Laura or Laurie. It even makes a great middle name. (9/10)
 

Emerson: This is an adorable name! It's a nice Em- name that isn't Emma (too popular) or Emily (nms). Not that Emerson isn't gaining popularity, because it definitely is up there but I still enjoy it and haven't met any. (I think I've known of one Emersyn) I'm unsure how unisex it is might be an obstacle but I haven't heard of any male Emerson's either.  (7/10)

Quin/Quinn: I adore Quinn and am trying to work it into my combos myself. But, I've never seen it spelled Quin and I'm naf. I'd definitely stick with it and keep it as Quinn. Quin just doesn't seem complete. (one n: 7/10, two ns: 10/10)


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Posted 24 November 2016 - 01:56 PM

Thoughts on the name Park for a boy?
Is it better as a nn for Parkington...?

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Posted 25 November 2016 - 03:12 PM

Thoughts on the name Park for a boy?
Is it better as a nn for Parkington...?

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Park does make a cute nickname. I'd say it's about the same as using Tuck for a nickname.
However, I'd assume Park would be a nickname for Parker.
Never heard of Parkington as an option for a name before. Kinda seems like a bit of a mouthful. I'd definitely suggest a short/one syllable middle with this.
I could see Parkington being called Parker as a nickname actually, more than Park. It's just hard to see Parkington on someone.
(Park: 8/10, Parkington: 7/10)


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Posted 28 November 2016 - 07:27 AM

Thoughts on sisters Eloise & Eliza

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Posted 28 November 2016 - 02:40 PM

Thoughts on sisters Eloise & Eliza

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These are both great names. I have both on my list, in different spots.
However, I'm not the biggest fan of matching sibling names.
They do sound nice together but just too matchy for my taste.
(Eloise: 9/10, Eliza: 10/10, Sibset: 8/10)


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Posted 14 June 2017 - 12:14 PM

Tanner Scott
Blake Jonathan
Jackson Caleb
Dylan Spencer


Sophia Maria
Davina Briar
Chloe Elizabeth
Brooke Marie
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Posted 17 June 2017 - 06:25 PM

Tanner Scott
Blake Jonathan
Jackson Caleb
Dylan Spencer


Sophia Maria
Davina Briar
Chloe Elizabeth
Brooke Marie

Tanner Scott: Tanner is a great name! To me, Scott is a 'filler middle'...however, I have nothing against using them and I do think Scott is a good one. The pair together flows and I could see it aging well. (10/10)

Blake Jonathan: Blake is a good name too and I feel the same way about Jonathan as I do with Scott. This pair also flows and will age well. However, I'd lean more towards just liking than loving the combo. (9/10)

Jackson Caleb: I'm not a huge fan of either of these names tbh. Jackson is just too popular, especially compared to your other choices. I just don't love Caleb, idk why. I feel like they do work together but don't sound great together. To me, it's hard to find a first name to flow with Caleb as a middle, and this is probably one of the better choices out there but it's not amazing to me either. (7/10)

Dylan Spencer: I really like Dylan and even though I'm not a huge fan of Spencer, it sounds good with it. (9/10)

Overall your boys names all have a similar feel imo and would work well in a sibset. They also feel a little 90's to me, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Sophia Maria: NAF of Sophia. It's on my list of least favorite names. It's also another one that's pretty popular.  As for it with Maria, I'm personally not a huge fan of combos where they both have that -a ending but it doesn't sound bad. I also get a Hispanic vibe from the name. (6/10)

Davina Briar: I believe I've had Davina on this thread before...but, it's alright. Not my personal style but I've met a Davina before and she wore the name well. I don't really care for Briar but it has a decent flow with Davina. I think it does end abruptly and maybe a longer middle would sound better with Davina. (6/10)

Chloe Elizabeth: This has a similar feel to your boys' list. Very classic that will age well and has a good flow. (9/10)

Brooke Marie: I do like this name but I feel it is a bit short and abrupt. Marie is one of my favorite middles, even though it's seen as a 'filler'. I do think Brooklyn Marie would sound better tbh. (8/10)


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Posted 17 June 2017 - 09:42 PM

Top girl's names (and most likely siblings)

Piper
Paisley
Juniper
Hadley
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Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:38 AM

Top girl's names (and most likely siblings)

Piper
Paisley
Juniper
Hadley

Piper: Amazing name! I love it!! Equal amounts of cute and spunky. (10/10)

Paisley: The sound of this name has just always rubbed me the wrong way. NAF. (6/10)

Juniper: This is such an adorable name. And I love the ability to use Juno as a nickname! Even without using Juno, it's still an amazing name. (10/10)

Hadley: This isn't personally my style, but it still is a pretty good name. I do see it suiting a child more than an adult but meeting an adult Hadley could change that. (8/10)

As a sibset, I think it works well. Works that you have two -er and two -ley names. I'd maybe not do two P names if you're not going to go with two J or H names though. Unless, Piper and Paisley were twins. (8/10)


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Posted 21 June 2017 - 01:48 PM

Odette Linden “Lettie”

Ada Guinevere

Maeve Annaliese/Annaliese Maeve

Perenelle Faye “Nellie” (or possibly Perry/Perrie)

Arden Guinevere

 Amity (middle)

 

 

Cassius Gale “Cas” / Castor Gale “Cas”

William Lee “Will”

Peter Jack (possibly/occasionally "PJ")

Jasper Timothy*

Bellamy Arthur

Sterling Reed

 

Thank you! :) 



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Posted 21 June 2017 - 10:52 PM

 

Odette Linden “Lettie”

Ada Guinevere

Maeve Annaliese/Annaliese Maeve

Perenelle Faye “Nellie” (or possibly Perry/Perrie)

Arden Guinevere

 Amity (middle)

 

 

Cassius Gale “Cas” / Castor Gale “Cas”

William Lee “Will”

Peter Jack (possibly/occasionally "PJ")

Jasper Timothy*

Bellamy Arthur

Sterling Reed

 

Thank you! :) 

 

Odette Linden 'Lettie': Odette isn't a name I'd personally use but I do use the name for games sometimes. So while it's not personally my style, I do think it's a cute name. Lettie as a nickname is okay. In some ways, I feel like it's too much but I also feel like it's cute. Linden is cute and I see no issues with the name itself. However, the combo as a whole feels a little 'clunky'. Neither name really feels 'girly' to me so the combo as a whole doesn't either. (8/10)

Ada Guinevere: ay-duh or ah-duh? Just because I've heard of both. I'm not sure which is the most common way to pronounce it so I can't say if you'd run into issues with pronunciation. I'm not a huge fan of Guinevere either. I feel like Ada is just too short and blunt of a name to be paired with Guinevere, I don't feel like the overall combo rolls off the tongue. However, I would say keep both names in the slots you have them...I would just pair them with other names. (6/10)

Maeve Annaliese/Annaliese Maeve: Right off the bat I'll say, my preference leans towards Annaliese Maeve. Of the two, I just think Annaliese makes the better first name. I also think the flow sounds better in the order.(MA: 6/10; AM: 7/10)

Perenelle Faye 'Nellie' (Perry/Perrie): I like the nickname options for this, especially Perrie on a girl. However, I struggle to see Perenelle as someone's name. Faye is perfectly fine as a middle name and does balance out the combo. (7/10)

Arden Guinevere: While I'm not really a fan of Arden, I do prefer this combo over the Ada combo. I also think Arden and Odette would make cute sisters. (8/10)

Amity: I think the middle slot has a lot more flexibility. Amity isn't my style but I see nothing wrong with using it as a middle name. Not really with any of the first names you've listed so far but shouldn't be too hard to find something that flows. (7/10)


Cassius Gale/Castor Gale 'Cas': Between the two, I think Cas makes more sense for Castor. For Cassius, I would expect Cash over Cas. I do think Cassius makes for a better name than Castor. Unfortunately, Castor has been ruined for me with all the 'castor oil to induce labor' posts I've seen. Gale is an alright middle name. I don't think the flow is entirely there with Cassius Gale but it's okay. (CassiusG: 8/10; CastorG: 7/10)

William Lee 'Will': Nothing wrong with either name or the combo as a whole. But it feels very common and a bit overdone to me. I'm sure there are many William Lee's out there already. (Exception granted if this is an honor name though). At the same time, I feel like it's common and overdone for previous generations...I haven't met many young Williams/Wills. I still would lean towards giving him a less common middle. Honestly, I'd stick to your siggy and do Cassius Lee and William Gale. (8/10)

Peter Jack 'PJ': Love this! I have Peter on my list with a J middle name for the exact same reason. I love the idea of Peter with PJ as a nickname. Something about it just has me swooning. Jack is a great J middle name to use. Go for it, and use PJ! (10/10)

Jasper Timothy: Not sure why you have the * on the name but I do like this combo. I like Timothy off and on but I think it makes for a fine middle name. I adore Jasper. (10/10)

Bellamy Arthur: Arthur is a great name. It's not for me personally but I have been wishing the name would make a comeback! As for Bellamy, I know it's a boys name...but I just can't get behind it...at all. Sorry :/ However, it does flow well with Arthur. (7/10)

Sterling Reed: I do like both of these names, especially Reed as a middle but..there's just something about the sound of these two where I feel like they shouldn't be together. Too word-y maybe? Definitely keep both, I'd just put them with other names. (8/10)


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Posted 22 June 2017 - 04:03 AM

What do you think of Leonidas nn Leo?


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Posted 22 June 2017 - 09:48 AM

What do you think of Leonidas nn Leo?

I like Leo on it's own more than anything tbh.
If not, I'd still prefer Leon, or even Leonardo, over Leonidas.
However, the fact that it's historical is a selling point.
(8/10)



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Posted 22 June 2017 - 10:38 AM

I like Leo on it's own more than anything tbh.
If not, I'd still prefer Leon, or even Leonardo, over Leonidas.
However, the fact that it's historical is a selling point.
(8/10)

 

Thanks for the feedback! I've always loved Leonardo, but I feel weird using it since it is so Italian feeling. If I married an Italian, my first boy would be Leonardo ;) haha


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Posted 12 September 2017 - 07:07 PM

Claire Marceline

Eliza Maeve

Celia June

Ivy (MN only)

 

Simon Arthur

Elliot Calder

Jasper Lark

Felix

 

Thanks in advance :)


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