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Thanks for that! I'd sound a little stupid if I said it was welsh and it wasn't! Bronwyn, pretty middle name :)
Yea, my daughter is Keivah. I think that the name was a bit of a last minute decision but I like it :)
I was thinking Bronwyn but now thinking Eowyn, but love the spunky kind of vibe with Bronwyn. I kind of think of this sweet girl name and then a bit of fiesty vibe pops into the picture. I really think that Bronwyn might be it. I've taken each comment into consdieration (promise) and I think it might be 70% Bronwyn Maeve. I also am veering towards Bronwyn because Eowyn doesn't really sound right with our last name. Eowyn Anderson (very similar last name, same starting letter and syllables) sounds like a mouthful to me. For instance my name is Isabella but everyone calls me Bella. I don't respond to Isabella really after being brought up as Bella my whole life so maybe Bronwyn nn Wynnie would work? I don't know!
Hi! Sorry, I think I should make it clear. My daughters name is Keivah Faith so its not an option :)
I think these are nice together!
What a great way to look at it! It may seem quite cutesey now but in lets say 20 years, it will be the norm. Considering a lot of 'adult' and 'professional' names now could not be these very things in a few years. For example, go back to when I was a kid, Lisa, Stacey and Sarah were quite normal occurances and now I know only a Lisa the same age as me, a Sarah a little older and a Stace (my cousin). Amelia, Isabella, Ava, Maddie and other names could change and no longer be in the top names. Ainsley, Peyton, Calli, Amara and Jessica, may be the professional names of the future.
Eowyn Maeve, Lorelei Paige and Keivah Faith.
Bronwyn Maeve, Lorelei Paige and Keivah Faith.
Eowyn Maeve Anderson
Bronwyn Maeve Anderson
Which one sounds better together!!
Delaney and Lylah go together well!
It's just whether I'm brave enough to use Bronwyn. What a lovely tribue :)
Yes, I maybe might have liked Lorelei from Gilmore Girls a bit when I was younger... :D
I didn't even think! Loving this more and more
Nice names :)
Oooohhhh Eowyn, taking that into consideration.
What great days! The wonder years... thanks for that!
Same here, great minds think alike :)
When I had my first child, funnily enough, I liked Guinevere and a nickname of Guin (my dh decided to spell it that way). At the last moment we changed our minds and went for Keivah Faith (a complete change I know). I love the welsh names! Especially Bronwyn, but I'm still not sure whether I'd use it. That name is actually growing on me but I'm not sure if I'd actually use it? I'm definitley considering it!
I think it is making a comeback! :)
Personally I would have a loner name as e.g me, I'm an Isabella but nobody calls me that and my parents never have done, always been Bella. Oh trust me with my older daughter she says that there is this girl named 'Gee' in the year above but we found out that actually this 'Gee' was named Georginetta, a name I never have come across! (Not saying this girl isn't just called Winnie I just thought of a funny story). I have considered calling her just Wynn/Wyn/Wynne (to me, Wynn) but Wynn and Lorelei? I feel a bit bad for giving Lorelei an extravagant name and then Wynn (even though it is a great name) kind of in the shadows a bit. (Sorry Wynn, you know what I mean). I'm glad you understand the tribute part, some people find it a bit strange and I've been called 'twisted' to call a new born child a lady's name who has suffered such a brutal death.
Thanks again for the options!
I have such a typical lastname... :D I think those go too! I know what you mean. Lorelei Paige Anderson and Wynnie Maeve Anderson. I love it!!
Catherine and Caroline to me and I have no idea why! Also Maeve/Meibh and Nieve/Niamh/Neve.
I agree with a user above who mentioned about the other names being cool and trendy whilst Franklin being a bit old. I also agree that Felix matches with them better.