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#1 Livvia84

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:12 PM

Isla (my 1st daughter) and Hamish have always been my definites when it comes to sibsets.  
Although we plan to have three and i just can't find a name for possible no. 3 that sticks. The two that have probably stuck in my head the longest have been either Laurel or Indigo (girl).
Others include:
GIRL
Isabella
Caroline
Nelle
Alessia
Anya
Vienna
Ava

BOY
Niall
Reid
Owen

Thoughts? Advice? Names that aren't on the list that would go with Isla & Hamish.
I want a complete sibset that flows and sounds great together.

Thanks

#2 Bellefin

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:18 PM

Cassidy
Allegra

Rowan
Julian

#3 Livvia84

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:21 PM

Mmm I don't mind Rowan! Thanks!

#4 darlia

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:25 PM

Archie for a Boy

#5 MrsWidget

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:26 PM

Xavier
Seth

Neve
Poppy

#6 Livvia84

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:28 PM

QUOTE (MrsWidget @ 27/01/2013, 02:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Xavier
Seth

Neve
Poppy


I do love Neve, but a friend of mine loved this name first..i couldn't take it even though it would make the most perfect sibset!

#7 kerilyntaryn

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:52 PM

sorry I wouldn't do Indigo, Laurel is ok,  but doesn't seem to go,  what about Elora

Lauren?
Isabella -  nice,  not with Isla though
Caroline -nice,  not sure with Isla   Madeline,  Emmeline
Nelle - don't think goes well
Alessia - nice, goes well
Anya  - goes great
Vienna - I think Vienne goes better
Ava - goes well

BOY
Niall - ok,  think Miles goes better
Reid - sorry don't like and doesn't go, prefer Rhys or Ryan
Owen - goes best.  Evan goes better though

#8 fifi-trixibelle

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:56 PM

GIRL
Indigo- lovely, but not with Isla. I'd avoid a second I first name.
Laurel- ok, but I don't think it's as pretty as Isla
Isabella- ditto Indigo
Caroline- ditto Laurel
Nelle- dislike, and I'd be beyond disappointed if I was lumped with Nelle and my sister got Isla
Alessia- ok
Anya- ditto Laurel and Caroline, I also think this sounds too rhymey or something with Isla
Vienna- lovely
Ava- lovely

BOY
Niall- dislike
Reid- ok
Owen- nice

Vienna, Ava and Owen are probably the only ones there that I'd even consider with Isla and Hamish as first names. I'd go for Vienna over Ava though.


Suggestions:
Isla, Hamish and Lara
Isla, Hamish and Tessa
Isla, Hamish and Xanthe
Isla, Hamish and Jemima
Isla, Hamish and Poppy
Isla, Hamish and Juliette
Isla, Hamish and Yasmin
Isla, Hamish and Zara
Isla, Hamish and Sophie
Isla, Hamish and Lucille
Isla, Hamish and Celeste
Isla, Hamish and Estelle
Isla, Hamish and Abigail
Isla, Hamish and Claudia
Isla, Hamish and Susannah
Isla, Hamish and Lucinda
Isla, Hamish and Madeleine
Isla, Hamish and Scarlett
Isla, Hamish and Adeline
Isla, Hamish and Seraphina
Isla, Hamish and Briony
Isla, Hamish and Sienna
Isla, Hamish and Zoe
Isla, Hamish and Maisie
Isla, Hamish and Elke
Isla, Hamish and Eleanor
Isla, Hamish and Phoebe
Isla, Hamish and Violet
Isla, Hamish and Miranda
Isla, Hamish and Colette
Isla, Hamish and Maeve
Isla, Hamish and Clara
Isla, Hamish and Emily
Isla, Hamish and Claire
Isla, Hamish and Caitlin
Isla, Hamish and Emmeline
Isla, Hamish and Louisa
Isla, Hamish and Elise
Isla, Hamish and Eloise


Isla, Hamish and Patrick
Isla, Hamish and Oliver
Isla, Hamish and Marcus
Isla, Hamish and Tobias
Isla, Hamish and Thomas
Isla, Hamish and Mitchell
Isla, Hamish and Quinn
Isla, Hamish and Dominic
Isla, Hamish and Elliot
Isla, Hamish and Noah
Isla, Hamish and Alexander
Isla, Hamish and Sebastian
Isla, Hamish and Liam
Isla, Hamish and Lewis
Isla, Hamish and Nathaniel
Isla, Hamish and Matthew
Isla, Hamish and Micah
Isla, Hamish and Samuel
Isla, Hamish and Alec
Isla, Hamish and Alistair
Isla, Hamish and Toby
Isla, Hamish and Finlay
Isla, Hamish and Flynn
Isla, Hamish and Callum
Isla, Hamish and Connor
Isla, Hamish and Benjamin
Isla, Hamish and Byron
Isla, Hamish and Brady
Isla, Hamish and Eden
Isla, Hamish and Roman
Isla, Hamish and Julius
Isla, Hamish and Oscar
Isla, Hamish and Jude
Isla, Hamish and Marley
Isla, Hamish and Damien
Isla, Hamish and Eamon
Isla, Hamish and Fraser
Isla, Hamish and Jasper
Isla, Hamish and Julian
Isla, Hamish and Daniel
Isla, Hamish and Declan
Isla, Hamish and Darcy
Isla, Hamish and Lachlan
Isla, Hamish and Lucas
Isla, Hamish and Jacob
Isla, Hamish and Luke
Isla, Hamish and Dylan
Isla, Hamish and Vincent
Isla, Hamish and Spencer
Isla, Hamish and Theodore
Isla, Hamish and Nicholas
Isla, Hamish and Ethan

Edited by fifi-trixibelle, 27 January 2013 - 01:58 PM.


#9 CountryFeral

Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:59 PM

Morag

Duncan

#10 Pssst...

Posted 27 January 2013 - 02:07 PM

Sophie for a girl and William for a boy

#11 Missmarymack

Posted 27 January 2013 - 02:13 PM

I like Ava and think it matches well.

What about Miles for a boy?

#12 FlamingoG

Posted 27 January 2013 - 02:20 PM

QUOTE (countrymel @ 27/01/2013, 02:59 PM)
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Morag

Duncan


Definitely Duncan! Such a lovely Scottish theme you've got, would be a shame to break the trend. Angus fits nicely, too. Fiona?

#13 ~THE~MAGICIAN~

Posted 27 January 2013 - 02:22 PM

I wouldn't go with another I name.

I like Alessia from your list, but not with Isla.

Owen is ok from your boys list..

Some I would use would be:

Isla, Hamish and:

Felicity
Ruby
Bridget
Juliet

Reuben
Nicholas
Jeremy
Benjamin





#14 Gudrun

Posted 27 January 2013 - 02:38 PM

Isla and Hamish is such a quintessential Scottish sibset that I think you have to go Scottish for the third.

Niall is good but maybe a bit close to Isla. Reid fits the Scottish bill but there are better ones for the sibset I think.  None of the others fit the Scottish bill.   Isobel would but again maybe something else with Isla.


Ideas:

Angus
Lachlan
Finlay/Finley
Cameron
Fraser
Ewan
Dougal
Callum
Fergus
Edwin
Innes

Elspeth
Enya
Seona
Rhona
Greer
Ainsley

Edited by Gudrun, 27 January 2013 - 02:42 PM.


#15 Clever Bunny

Posted 27 January 2013 - 05:13 PM

For girls;

Genevieve, Adelaide, Abigail, Emma and Elise

For boys;

Hugh! Hugo, Liam, Cameron, Rhys and Callum.

I'm not sure if my list is particularly Scottish though! Good luck with baby #3!

Edited by Clever bunny, 27 January 2013 - 05:15 PM.


#16 alison7304

Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:19 PM

Boys: Cameron, Shawn (or Sean). Lachlan

Girls: Breony, Shayley

#17 Bel Rowley

Posted 28 January 2013 - 04:09 PM

Ditto to Gudrun about the Scottish sibset, and I second her suggestions of Callum and Elspeth.

#18 iwanttosleepin

Posted 29 January 2013 - 04:25 AM

Boys - Duncan, Stuart, Elliot
Girls - Heather or Neve




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