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I couldn't find that blog post, but I understand the st-S. And thanks, Walker is feeling better and back to preschool!
Sorry I haven't had the chance to respond, family was visiting and then Walker got sick, I just didn't find the time.
I just noticed the whole gust-gra thing. Maybe change the middle to something like Elizabeth or Charlotte? These aren't really calling to me, but something like those?
It looks like everyone likes Callum Thayer, though!
I know two Elena's who both pronounce it e-LAY-na.
I've never heard of this blog- and I'm not really worried about it. I guess you could call me Christain, but I only go to church on Christmas Eve, Easter, Ash Wednesday, and a couple random sundays a year. This assiociation doesn't bother me at all.
Kasey would be the obvious one, but here are a few others:
My mother always went by Elise, except to her mom, who called her Beth. I like the sound of Arden Elise better than Arden Beth, though. Are there any more cosmetic companies I should know about related to Arden Elise?
Arthur can be Art
Nathaniel can be Nathan
sorry that is all I have for now.
Julia is ot a family name, just one that my husband had suggested a few months ago, but I didn't really like it for a first, but as a middle it is just fine, but not my favorite. I agree, it stinks that there is a cosmetic thing, I really liked Arden paired with Elizabeth, and it's my mom's name as well. Isabelle is not really my style, for a first or middle name.
Thanks, I think that switching back to Thayer was a good choice as well.
I love Payson Claire too! I am thinking Arden Claire, Arden Grace, or Arden Julia. Send feedback!
The comany is called Elizabeth Arden. Uggh! This can be so frustrating!
I was talking with my husband, and he finally agreed to change the middle back to Thayer, instead of Sayer.
Having said that, here are the choices now for boys in order from favorite at the top to least favorite at the botto:
Callum Thayer $e@toner
Breccon Thayer $e@toner
Rupert Thayer $e@toner
Eamon Thayer $e@toner
Finnian Thayer $e@toner
Also, he agreed to have a feminine middle name for the unisex girl options and we came out with these. favorites at the top, least favorites at the bottom:
August Grace $e@toner
Payson Claire $e@toner
Arden Elizabeth $e@toner
Emerson Alice $e@toner
Emery Rose $e@toner
Most of the girl middle names are after close family members, except Rose.
Are these names Ok? Now I'm becoming self-conscious of them.
That was one of the reasons I did not want to put Sayer in the first name spot.
Thanks for your input on Thayer. I actually like it better too, but my hus prefers Sayer. I will talk it over with him.
I have been thinking about your suggestion of using a more feminine middle name on the unisex names, and I might try something like that, it's just that when you first meet someone you don't ask for their first name. How about August Grace? Or Emerson Faye? Emery Charlotte? Just thinking ou loud.
I'm not really worried if people think she is a boy for some reason. My sister is named Andy(not short for anything)- and though this is a more popular then than August is now, only a couple people ever thought she was a boy. I know that was a bad example, but, I know that once they meet her they will know she is a girl, and I'm not going to get upset about what people who don't know her think she is.
Just wondering, did you like any of them? Sorry if I sound nosey.
I perfer Max over Jack, Austin and Leo.
Here are some other names you might like:
Thank you for helping!
I think that you should comprimise and find one Irish name and one other name.
Going with the comprimise I just made, here is my opinion:
girl girl: Thalia Faye and Alaina Ever
boy boy: Baylor Noble and Seamus Thatcher
girl boy: Alaina Ever and Baylor Noble
I have to say, I like your list a lot, and his not as much.
I think it does. Lol
Thanks! And, yes I believe Callum is Irish. You are one of few people who like August Elliot and think that it sounds feminine.