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Friday, January 9, 2015

Names I'm lovin' lately: Blakely, Bertram, and more.

It's been almost a week since my last post! I didn't realize it because I have had so much going on. I've started back to school, and I recently got a gym membership with two of my best friends and we've gone 3 times this week! I actually enjoy working out which is super weird for me, and I'm excited to see some results from it!
Anyway, back to the business: Names.
This post will be a short one because I've got to do some homework. Here are some of the names I've been loving this week:
Blakely-- I think all of this talk of Blake Lively and her baby has made me fond of Blakely lately. I love the thought of Blake for a little girl.
Nola-- I don't think I'd ever use it but I love the idea of it. Bradley's grandpa's name was Nolan, so this would be a cool way to honor him.
Seraphina-- Not usually a fan of elaborate, frilly names, but this one is so exceptional. Fia would be the nickname I would use for it.
Gianna-- Very Italian. It's sassy, and full of life.
Lucienne-- A beautiful, French girl name. Like Seraphina, this isn't my typical style but I think it's so beautiful.
Romy-- The spunkier the girl name, the better, in my opinion. This one busts the spunky scale.
Eliza-- I've never really been fond of Eliza until recently. I saw it on a baby girl, and she wore the name well.
Phineas-- Okay, the spelling is way out there for me. But I met a three year old, redheaded boy at work this week with this name and it was SO CUTE on him! He went by "Finn" of course.
Dash-- Bryan Singer welcomed a baby boy with this first name Dashiell this week. I would be truly surprised if Dashiell/Dash didn't start catching on within the next year.
Julius-- Julius is one of baby Dashiell Singer's middle names (the other is William.) If you can't tell, I love what Bryan Singer named his son!
Bertram-- This is a very vintage name that I could foresee catching on. The only down side is the nickname Bert, because I love the name as a whole.
Jeb-- Here's another vintage name for ya. Don't think I'd ever use it. I would totally use Jedidiah as an alternative to Jeb though!
Cassian-- Doesn't Cassian sound like a little Roman warrior? Love it.
Maceo-- I saw a picture of Halle Berry's adorable baby boy this week, and it got me thinking about his wonderful first name. Maceo feels cultured, different, yet right on trend.
Okay guys, that's it! Sorry for the shortness of this post, but homework awaits! Talk to you guys soon!

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