Post # 31
I like Damon Ragnar paired with your last name.
I also like the name Octavia, and I think Raquel sounds nicest with it, but I could not find the spelling “Raqhel” under any cultural variations I looked up. I did see, however, that the Norwegian way of spelling that name is Rakel, so that would fit your goal of adding a cultural nod in the middle slot.
Post # 32
imagine caring if a random teacher can pronounce your name 🤣
Post # 33
I’m only saying it because I’ve had a lot of students who have very difficult names to pronounce, and they go through their whole life having to correct everyone. Like I said it’s only with the middle names and as a teacher I’m not ever saying middle names 😚
Post # 34
If I’m being honest I don’t like any of the boys names, they all sound like surnames to me, which I think is very “trendy” at the moment. I love all the girls names apart from Jacklyn, forgive me if it’s a Norwegian variant, but spelling names incorrectly is another thing that bugs me and I think is very “trendy” right now.
Post # 35
I love Griffin with any of the middle names you paired with it. My sister’a name is Annika but with one n, so I might be biased but I think it’s a lovely name and she is often complimented on it. Nicknames Ann and Anni are also both nice and easy.
Post # 36
I think your list is great and not difficult to pronounce at all! The only one I’d struggle with is Raqhel. My favourite boy name on your list is Jackson Ragnar and I love Adeline for a girl.
Post # 37
- Wedding: May 2019 - Green Bay, WI
I love this idea! Thank you for looking into that. I’m adding Rakel to our list of middle names for sure!