The Press Christchurch Birth’s- October

Marshall George (Liam),

Hamish Patrick (Jacob, Campbell & Hannah),

Makaire Gregory,

Anzac William (Stanley),

Paddy Eric Russell,

Gaine (Bon),

Rhiley (Neveah),

Bartholomew Terence (Ben),

Franco Edward (Macauley),

David Maurice (Annalise),

Cory Jay (Chloe),

Kingston Graeme,

Freddie & Monty (Findlay & Lachlan),

Niko Fabian (Talia),

Angus & Charlie,

Cooper Joseph (Fletcher, Spencer & Sebastian).

 

Alexys Β Jordan (Chiyanne & Markhus),

Lucy Anna (Kate, Cameron, Tom, Emily & Hamish),

Ruby Anahera Nooroa Julia,

Penny Rose (Jodie & Molly),

Tilly Kate (Sam & Emma),

Lara Maria (Guy),

Honor Amelia (Angus & Lucy),

Lexi Sophia,

Bessie May (Franklin, Honor, Bodeen & Shoshanna),

Amelie Pamela (Oscar, Rosa & Grace),

Julianne Isla (Caroline),

Martha Olive (Emily),

Saffron Mary (Sam),

Hazel Belle (Scarlett),

Sofia Adele (Theo),

Zana Rose (Claudia & Oliver),

Zanthia Anne Ruby,

Cassara Jane (Corey & Sienna),

Annabel Henrietta (Charlie & George),

Trelise Mae (Georgia & Alex),

Clara Mary Jane

Arwyn Myra

Juliet Prudence

Eilish

Elle Frances (Nell, Thomas & Molly)

Billy Susan (Tane)

Holly Anne & Cameron Maree


 




 

 

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12 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Bewildertrix said,

    Martha Olive and Saffron Mary are gorgeous. I used to like [something] Mary Saffron. I only remember the latter part.

    Someone used Trelise? Ick.

    Penny is unexpected. Actually, so is Bessie. I like Bessie but it feels even more bovine than Elsie and Betty. I don’t mind “bovine” but some names are far too cow like even for me.

    Anzac, really? I know a middle aged women called Cazna. Spell it forwards πŸ˜› I didn’t cotton on for a few years but had always wondered what her name was about.

    • 2

      babynamelover said,

      I used to like Olive, went off it and now like it again πŸ™‚ I’m on the fence about Martha & Mabel. There have been several Treslise’s this year!
      I don’t like Bessie it’s too cow like I prefer Betty or Elsie they are much prettier.

      Hehe Canza is a pretty crazy name reminds me of Neveah!

  2. 3

    Dearest said,

    Bartholomew Terence is a mouthful! But a handsome one..
    And I like Penny Rose for some reason…
    Juliet Prudence also caught my eye, she’s actually lovely even though I would never ever call my own girl that!

    • 4

      babynamelover said,

      I love Bartholomew I like it with Thomas πŸ™‚ Do you prefer Penny to Penelope?
      I think I prefer Yulia to Juliet not sure why though.

      • 5

        Dearest said,

        I wouldn’t use Penny as a nickname for Penelope, I love Nell too much for that… I think Penny has her own charm, and although I don’t use nicknames for full names myself, I don’t mind Penny on someone else’s child…
        I was toying with the idea of a Penny Lane as a double first name once, so if I end up marrying a hardcore Beatles fan I might agree to that ^^
        I don’t like the hard J sound in the English language, so I much prefer Yulia as well… I don’t mind Julie though, and I love the Joules nickname!
        I’m not too fond of Juliet, or any girls’ name ending in T… I think maybe I find in too abrupt?

        That said, I just realised Bessie has a sister named Shoshana! I love Shoshana!!! Bessie is definitely the odd one out among her siblings, and I don’t care much for Bessie…
        It’s a typical cows’ name, right?
        In Norway we have Dagros and Litago as the typical cow names… I actually kind of like Dagros, but it’s ALL cow! No one in their right mind would name their girl Dagros!!! πŸ™‚

      • 6

        babynamelover said,

        Nell is pretty I like it as a nn for Helen. Theres a Julia at my centre! The t sounding on the end is quite abrupt I can’t think of any but Juliet though?
        Yup total cow names to me Shoshana is pretty though I don’t think it looks as pretty with the double nn at the end.
        Hehe those are cool cow names!! πŸ™‚

      • 7

        Dearest said,

        In addition to Juliet there’s Violet, Charlotte, Scarlett, Bridget and a whole bunch of other names…
        I have to admit I have some names ending in T on my list though:
        Ayelet
        Bridget
        Scout
        Poet
        Paget
        Sonnet

        The only one I might use is Bridget, and I think names like Scout and Poet are different from Juliet and the likes because they’re so short. I don’t mind the T as much with them. Poet actually needs the t to be more than a whisper! ^^

        Shoshanna is lovely too, I haven’t decided which spelling i like the most yet, even though I’m more likely to use Susanna which I also love…

        I’m glad you like our cow names, I think they’re charming!
        Dagros actually means ‘dayrose’ so that’s partly why I like her… ^^

      • 8

        babynamelover said,

        I love Violet πŸ™‚ Not so fond of Charlotte & Scarlett I like it with one t to two though, Bridget is okay πŸ™‚
        Scout is cool it reminds me of the girl from “To Kill a Mockingbird”. I like Poet in the middle πŸ™‚ Sonnet is pretty awesome too πŸ™‚
        How do you say Paget? and what does it mean? πŸ™‚
        I get what you mean about the t on the end of poet!
        I think I prefer Shoshana to Susanna I’m not sure why.
        Ooh “day rose” is pretty.

  3. 9

    sarah said,

    I like Niko and Talia as a sibset!


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