Siblings for Abraham

Clara, Bathsheba, Bedelia, Caroline, Celeste, Cecily, Celia, Daisy, Eloise, Eulalie, Flora, Fenella, Genevieve, Hazel, Georgina, Helene, Imogen, Juniper, Jessamine, Louella, Lillian, Magnolia, Marigold, Olive, Orlantha, Polly, Penelope, Primrose, Rose, Tallulah, Violet.

Benjamin, Barnabas, Beckett, Barry, Cassius, Dashiell, Darcy, Edmund, Fletcher, Felix, Gabriel, Gideon, Harvey, Isaac, Ira, Jay, Jonah, Lucian, Leonardo, Orlando, Oxford, Octavius, Preston, Quentin, Raphael, Samson, Theodore, Tennyson, Willoughby.

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    marilyn said,

    I feel like I’m commenting too much since I’ve already said my kids’ names. But anyway, again, my OWN son Abraham’s siblings are Sebastian, Malachi, and Daisy.

    And of your list, I LOVE and have considered: Cecily, Genevieve, Juniper, Marigold, and Violet for girls, and Benjamin, Gabriel, Gideon, Orlando, Raphael, Theodore, Tennyson for boys. Those are all on our list if we have more kids.

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      babynamelover said,

      Comment away πŸ™‚ I love conversations about names πŸ™‚ Oh you have a Daisy πŸ™‚ how gorgeous! What are her middles?
      I must be on the right track with similar feel names for brothers and sisters for Abraham πŸ™‚ if you like a few of them.

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    Laura said,

    My favourites are Flora, Fenella, Hazel, Imogen, Loella, Penelope, Primrose and Violet for the girls (Basically all of them :D) and for boys i like Dashiell, Darcy, Edmund, Samson and Willoughby! Great post

    • 4

      babynamelover said,

      Thanks πŸ™‚ I love to think of possible siblings to names, I think a good sibset is one where name’s have similar style and seem to fit πŸ™‚
      I think we must have similar taste cause I like quite a few of those too πŸ™‚

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    SarahinJune said,

    I’m a fan of the more fanciful suggestions paired with Abraham. Tallulah & Magnolia are both a lot of fun, and I think they make Abraham feel fresh.

    • 6

      babynamelover said,

      I agree for sisters πŸ™‚ what others would you put with Abraham πŸ™‚ those two make me think of swirly skirts on a summer day πŸ™‚

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    Bewildertrix said,

    I’d initially lean towards something equally (or near enough) stoic and stodgy-esque like Barnabas or Octavius. However, it’s such a heavy Old Testament choice, I think it needs something livelier. Lots on your list qualify but I don’t like the surname Preston, sorry. It doesn’t help that it’s a smelly meat rendering plant in the Wellington area.

    I love Olive, Juniper, Marigold and Juniper is on the list for this kid so I fully support those. I can’t believe Hazel is in our top 100. Who’d have thought it? I haven’t seen any around.

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      babynamelover said,

      Ew well that puts me off Preston lol πŸ˜› my association is Preston Burke off Grey’s Anatomy. Barnabas & Octavius would be lovely. What do you think about Barclay? I saw that on your blog πŸ™‚
      I have meet two Hazel’s both will be 3 now! One blonde, hazel eyes the other brown hair and hazel eyes. My Granddad’s sister (Dad’s side) is Hazel, Hazel is on our list I love it, I would name twins Juno & Hazel, what do you think? Hows your names going?

      • 9

        Bewildertrix said,

        I could get behind Juno and Hazel. Very cool.

        The only Hazel I know of was a friend of my mother’s and step-father’s so she’d be about 50 now. A complete hippie too πŸ˜‰

        I think as far as Bar- names go I prefer Barnaby to Barclay. A workmate had adult children: Barnaby, Keziah and Jude. Jude was the oldest and a girl. Mum and Dad were devout Christians also. Lovely people. Anyway, having seen Barnaby on a real life and rather handsome dude, it appeals more now.

        Haven’t really moved on from Sylvie, Ivy, Silke or Bede. I think I will push a bit harder when I have a go at finding out the sex with the second ultrasound. Which, I need to book in for just prior to New Years. Midwife was a stickler for the 20 weeks exactly. Some women get them at 18 weeks so I did sulk a little about that πŸ˜› My Nan and MIL wanted to know before Christmas.

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        babynamelover said,

        Juno & Hazel both have that hippy feel to me πŸ™‚
        I do prefer Barnaby but hubby has gone off it 😦 maybe if I keep mentioning it I can convince him to put it back on the list! Jude on a girl seems very strange to me. Kezia is nice I went to school with one, Kezia, Jessica & Ezra. I like Barney for short too πŸ™‚
        Oh that sucks that the midwife wouldn’t sneak you in a little further no far! Do you have a feeling what bub is? Bede is gorgeous and so is Sylvie!

      • 11

        Bewildertrix said,

        Thanks. I think it’s a boy. Everyone else is saying girl.

        I always thought she was a Judith nn Jude but I’m fairly sure she was a stand alone Jude.

      • 12

        babynamelover said,

        Oh the wait must be killing you!! Like Jude off tv I can’t remember her last name but she has a daughter called Rosemary I think.

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