Post # 46
I’ll write them in the english order but generally for vietnamese it’ll be read from last name, middle name, and then first name. I want them to have a vietnamese first and last name and a non-vietnamese first name too.
I really like…
1. Svea Vy Tiên _lastname_
2. Enyd Vy Tiên _lastname_
I also like the vietnamese name Ngoc for a girl.
1. Cecil Giang Nghi _lastname_
2. Cecil Giang Trúc _lastname_
Trúc was my fiance’s grandfather’s name so there would be more meaning for that as a middle name.
But honestly, all the above is tentative because we’d have to check with his family to make sure the order or combination of vietnamese names actually work together. I don’t want to bring that up or we’ll never get the subject of when we’re having kids closed lol. But at least you have the general list of names I love. :3
Post # 47
i actually love the name briar!! I have only ever heard it once before and thought it was so unique!
Post # 48
We’re having a little girl in January (due the 24th) and her name will be Charlotte Marie, (Charlie for short). Marie is my middle name (named after my grandma) so it seemed nice to pass it on to my daughter.
We also picked out Noah James for a boys name when we were making our list, so we’re planning on using that with our next one if we have a boy 🙂 James is my dad’s name and FIL’s middle name so it was important it be incorporated into a boys name if we ever have one!
Post # 49
Girls: Cora Lynne (my fav!), Emma Lorraine (DH’S fav)
Boys: Benjamin (we both like this), Dominic (I love it but DH isn’t really into it)
Is Benjamin Dominic too many syllables? We have a one syllable last name
Post # 51
mmm when you say them together it may be too many syllables but at the same time how many times do people actually say their whole names as they get older?
Post # 52
We won’t be ttc for at least 2 years but we got into this conversation due to my cousin naming her daughter Murphy Eliza -last name- last week for girls my favorite is Guinevere Marianne. His is Roxanne Elizabeth. Middle names are from both grandmothers. Boys names are harder for us because he refuses to give a son a name that ends in an a or e and I don’t want a D name as his whole family has D names ( think Dennis and Daniel… Etc) but I love James and Jonathan or Mathew and he loves Gabriel and Travis and a couple others I can’t remember.
Post # 53
Rainee or Raina, Sasha, Lucy, Charlotte (Cari for short), Savannah, Violet Delilah, Maggie, Lilly, Samantha, Maddie, Alice, Sadie and Quinn. Abigail
Gabriel, Luca or Luka, Wyatt, Parker, Ashbie or Ashby, Desi, James, Nathan, Finn, Jack, Michael, Oscar, Miles, Owen,
then there is Kennedy or Soren, which I cannot decide if they are too much or not.
Post # 54
I like Sadie as well. I thought it had gotten popular as well but I still love it.
Post # 55
We’re having a girl this spring and her name is Bryony. We were going to keep it mostly secret, but DH blurted it out to his parents, so now we’re just running with it. His family doesn’t like it, but we love it!
If we have a boy in the future, the name will be Henry.
Post # 56
I love Bryony. I’ll admit I fell in love with Briony from Atonement though lol. Hope your delivery goes well and congrats!
Post # 57
that’s where I first saw it! I fell in love with it and then for several other reasons it felt perfect for us! We chose a y over an I because the plant is spelled with y. Too bad Briony Tallis is actually kind of the worst!
Post # 58
- Wedding: April 2017 - Not sure
My names if I ever had children would be Serenity if I had a girl (big surprise there! Lol! But it’s the reason I chose my weddingbee name as SerenitySky) Then for a boy, it would be Lincoln. I could call him Link for short! I have, however decided it’s just not in the stars for me to have children, as much as I love them.
Post # 59
I have a Klara Anna Katherine… Klara was a top contender along with Daria and Kinga, as I was looking for Polish names that are easily pronounceable in english.
Anna is my middle name, my grandma’s middle name, and my great grandma’s first name, also DH’s great-grandmother’s name. Figured we’d keep that one going lol. Katherine is DH’s late grandmother’s name.
I really love the name Claudia/Klaudia… but the etymology of the name means…. “Lame” … so, that makes me less stoked on it lol. I’d hate for my daughter to look up the meaning of her name, and find that.
DH really likes Poppy, and I wasn’t really into it, but it’s growing on me.
For Boy names, we both like Orson and Huxley, and I also like Jasper…. haven’t thought about boy names in a while though because as soon as we found out we were having a girl, they dropped off my radar.
Post # 60
Fiancee and I picked EmmaLynn Marie if its a girl and Dominck Jackson if its a boy. Although the boy name was a fight…he wanted “Rocco”. I just picture a dog with that name LOL