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#1 DAH021

Posted 06 February 2013 - 11:53 AM

We have a little boy named Archie and we are struggling with names for our second bub due in 10 weeks.   Would love to hear any names you may have - we like Ava and Lachlan but we are not 100%.

#2 little lion

Posted 06 February 2013 - 11:56 AM

How about ...

Henry
Edward or Theodore nn Teddy
Robert nn Robbie


#3 lolly-pop

Posted 06 February 2013 - 12:02 PM

I think Ava is nice friends of ours have 2 daughters named Ava & Zahli which I love.  I also like Ayla, Skyla & Tannah for girls and  Harper & Kayden for boys.

#4 Zanbam

Posted 06 February 2013 - 12:10 PM

Both are nice names, do you like Archie and Lochie? If so then maybe James (Jamie) is another option?

I think Ava and Archie sounds really sweet.

#5 Z-girls rock

Posted 06 February 2013 - 12:13 PM

Ava and Lauchlan are ok.

how about another name that is classic but also fun - like Archie.
Something like:

Dashiell (Dash), Archie and Dash
Ernest (Ernie), Archie and Ernie


Lizette (Zetty), Archie and Zetty
Penelope (Penny or Nelly). Archie and Penny or Archie and Nellie

#6 emlis22

Posted 06 February 2013 - 01:00 PM

I like both your ideas original.gif

Olivia
Mabel
Stella
Edith
Della
Freya

Max/Maxwell
Finn
Hamish
Thomas
Dougal
Oscar

#7 MrsRadiant

Posted 06 February 2013 - 01:04 PM

Ava & Lachlan  wub.gif

Eloise is a fav as well


#8 TinyTeddys

Posted 06 February 2013 - 03:03 PM

I know of an Archie with a brother called Oscar.

I think Oliver, Samuel, Connor, Callum or Thomas would also go well

Lachlan goes too....but I'm not a fan of Archie & Ava together.

#9 fifi-trixibelle

Posted 06 February 2013 - 04:00 PM

I love Ava and Lachlan but not with Archie. I would avoid another A first name with Ava and I think Lachlan sounds too long and formal with nicknamey Archie.

Suggestions:
Archie and Harry
Archie and Max
Archie and Riley
Archie and Quinn
Archie and Jack
Archie and Finn
Archie and Milo
Archie and Saxon
Archie and Toby
Archie and Luca
Archie and Ethan
Archie and Eli
Archie and Liam
Archie and Kade
Archie and Louis
Archie and Oscar
Archie and Jude
Archie and Owen
Archie and Blake
Archie and Sean
Archie and Flynn
Archie and Marley


Archie and Lily
Archie and Elsa
Archie and Lucy
Archie and Leah
Archie and Holly
Archie and Sally
Archie and Emma
Archie and Isla
Archie and Ruby
Archie and Molly
Archie and Milly
Archie and Tess
Archie and Jemima
Archie and Zoe
Archie and Mali
Archie and Mia
Archie and Evie
Archie and Edie
Archie and Heidi
Archie and Lila
Archie and Milla
Archie and Sadie

#10 kerilyntaryn

Posted 06 February 2013 - 08:39 PM

Ava is pretty,  not sure if it goes though,  Lachlan is ok,  not sure it goes with Archie though

Sabrina
Bella
Camille
Imogen
Jasmine

Oliver
Miles
Jack
Ajay
Ace
Alex
Chad
Chaz
Leo
Theo




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