Ismini and other lovely names. What do you think?
We’re on the beautiful Greek island Kos for our honey moon.
While my husband was clever enough to remember a book I didn’t. So I’ve been reading about names instead.
I would like to know what you think of the names, what combos you’ll like to see and if you have any suggestions you’re most welcome.
We don’t want to know the sex so I’m/we’re making two lists of names (I love it!) Being a name enthusiast we’ve discussed names since we found out.
The receptionist at our hotel is a kind young woman with a bubbly personality. Her name is Ismini (ee-SMEE-nee) and I’m completely In love with this name. What do you lovely ladies think of it?
Names I love:
Out of the three names my husband likes Ismini the most and suggested Minnie as NN. He thinks Scarlet is too fancy. (He’s Danish and we live In Denmark, I’m half Dane)
My husband loves the name Johanne (yo-HAN-eh). I like it too but it’s on top 50 here in Denmark. We both have a great grandmother named Johanne – mine being the kindest person I’ve ever met. I think we’re going to use it as a middle name since it has become that popular.
Esther and Marie are family names as well but becoming common in DK.
It’s a bit more difficult when it comes to boy’s names.
My husband likes Casimir/Kasimir. At first I thought it was strange but it has grown on me and I would love a baby Cass.
I think Louis (LOO-ee) is cute and I love Dimitri but my better half isn’t fond of it.
We also like Marius it’s a family name but again it’s rather popular here. The same with Arthur.
Names we both like but don’t love:
Wilbur (I still love it but since a close family member made fun of it Morten hasn’t been the greatest fan)
We’re don’t want a name that’s too common so I’ll include a link to the most used baby names In Denmark.
Our lastname is Cave-Sørensen.
I can’t wait to hear what you think.