We've got Noah too, and Jacob. I worry that Jacob will be shortened to Jake though and I don't really like it. OH likes all these old fashioned boys names, Alfie, Charlie, Jack, Bobby! I'll get my own way in the end... lol! As for a girl... I don't know what I like, OH likes Ruby. What is it with him and his common names??? Men haven't a clue! x
I'm not pregnant, but I'm one of those people who likes to plan ahead. Here are a few names I like, what do you think of them? Do they work together? Thanks
Jacob Leo or Leo Jacob - Both nice names, masculine but cute and traditional Personally I like Leo Jacob better, but that's probably just because I already have a puppy called Jacob, so would never name a child that
Orion - I don't really like this.
Cassius/Cassian Again, I don't like this, but I think Cassius is better than Cassian
Noah - This is such a lovely name, it is getting very popular though, but I can see why! I think it looks lovely and is one of those names that suits a cute little baby and a grown man.
Carys Willow or Willow Carys - Both lovely, although I prefer Willow to Carys, I just think it sounds nicer It's really nice to see the proper traditional spelling of Carys though and I think they make a lovely combination
Isobel Grace - This is lovely. I like your choice of spelling for Isobel, it's a bit less common and I think it makes it look much less 'fussy' and more sophisticated. I think Grace works well as a middle name here, although it's often considered a bit of a 'filler' name, however, it goes so well with Isobel! It's simple but really feminine, which I think balances out 'Isobel' well
Matilda - I love this name. It's uncommon, traditional, feminine, but with more playful nicknames (Mattie, Tilly etc.)
Anya - This is my least favourite of your girls names, it's still a nice name, but just doesn't seem as good as your other choices imo.
Sophia - Gorgeous, much better than 'Sophie'. Beautiful, traditional, pretty
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