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Hi I'm Stevie-Jo I don't have any children but love names...its a bad habit of mine...or a good habit ok well its better than talking to myself though thats fun as well I don't really have a naming "style" though I have a fondness for names from Grecce, Ireland and Scotland. My taste is pretty ecclectic though I try and stay away from the top 100 as best I can and I don't particularly like unisex names though there are exceptions...a few of my favourite names are
Would you like to give me some name suggestions? I'm not pregnant yet but DH and I like to think of names and have them ready for whenever it does happen. So far we have one DD named Alexandra Jean (Jean is my middle name as well as my mom's and grandmothers). If we have a boy he will be Kyle Benjamin (DH's middle name). I'm looking for a girls name that will go with the middle name of Ruth (DH's moms middle name). I would prefer that it not begin with A or K since we already have first names with those beginning letters chosen.
I am all for girls names that are long and can be shortened for a nickname but they don't have to. TIA!
I'll be glad to give some suggestions...lets see...Ruth.. no A or K...and you seem to like Classic names
Lavinia Ruth (or spelt Lavinya like it's ponounced)
Cassandra Ruth (though this does sound a lot like Alexandra....)
The ones that sound the best to me and I think go well with your daughters name are Lavinia, Evelyn and Isabelle
ooo we have similar tastes. I also love Irish, Scottish, and Greek names. As well as Welsh names too. My name is Irish (Niamh, pronounced "nee-av") and so is my son's (Seamus Padraig, "shay-mus" "padt-rik"). My middle name is Welsh though (Gwenyvere), and so is my husband's name (Gwyddion).
Just thought I'd share that we have similar tastes.