Another surname love that is one of the rising names of last year. Lewis also has literary cred through C.S Lewis and Lewis Carroll, plus the plus of sounding like a classic name that many other surname names don’t.   Lewis is the medieval form of Louis meaning famous warrior. As a surname Lewis is… Continue reading Lewis


Elodie is another of my El loves (along with Isobel, Eloise, Elena, Eleanor, Arabella, Mirabel and Elsa) and another French love (along with Genevieve).   Elodie is the French form of Alodia meaning foreign riches and is pronounced ay-lo-dee on French and Ell-oh-die in English which is how I pronounce it. Elodie is in the… Continue reading Elodie


Another name that I began to love after a met a little boy with the name now there are two Jasper’s under the age of two in my mums daycare so it’s a name on the uprise. Jasper is currently at 82 in Australia and isn’t in WA’s top 50 which means less then 50… Continue reading Jasper


One of my many surname loves: Lawson. Lawson first came into my heart when I performed Andy’s Gone with Cattle by Australian bush poet Henry Lawson, at my local speech and drama festival which I got a highly commended for and sissy seemed to think she could do the same (she ended up performing another performance… Continue reading Lawson


  Todays post is a French darling gaining popularity over here and has many darling nicknames like Vivi, Evie and Neve all of them are rising. The French spelling Geneviève though it doesn’t make the top 500 in France and was only given to 7 girls in Quebec (and one Genvieve)and they could all be… Continue reading Genevieve