Does anyone out there really love the name ---


I think [name]Harper[/name] is so sweet for a beautiful baby girl, but I don’t see many posts or replies to a “[name]Harper[/name]” inquiry anymore. Is it already just too trendy to use? What kind of mn would you pair with it? a really feminine one probably would work best - right?
please give suggestions for little [name]Harper[/name] :slight_smile:

[name]Harper[/name] IS cute. I hear it brought up a lot more on the other baby name site I frequent, but I lovelove it. I have a thing about not using unisex names on girls, though, and I do really like [name]Harper[/name] for a little boy, too… so I wouldn’t use it. But I like it a lot. I’ve always liked [name]Harper[/name] [name]Claire[/name] and [name]Harper[/name] [name]Julia[/name] for combos. I’ve tossed around [name]Harper[/name] [name]Felicity[/name], too.

What about:
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Anneliese[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Caroline[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Sophie[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Noelle[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Felicia[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Fiona[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Lillian[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Ivy[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Isabelle[/name]/[name]Harper[/name] [name]Isabella[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Annabel[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Camille[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Willow[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Aurora[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Ariana[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Lisette[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Aurelia[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Amalia[/name]/[name]Harper[/name] [name]Amelia[/name]/[name]Harper[/name] [name]Emilia[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Vivienne[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Tabitha[/name]

Good luck!

I used to like [name]Harper[/name], but know so many little girls under the age of about 3 with that name, that it feels ubiquitous to me now.

Lots of people love [name]Harper[/name], and there are many nameberries among them. An interesting thing I’ve noticed about Nameberry, though, is that as soon as a name nears the top 100, no matter how slowly it got there or how easily predicted the climb was, many nameberries suddenly declare the name horribly trendy or simply decide it’s lost its appeal. I think [name]Oliver[/name] and [name]Henry[/name] are recent examples. They’re still quite well-recieved here, to be sure, but I don’t hear about them half as much on Nameberry as I did two years ago.

I think [name]Harper[/name] [name]Seven[/name] [name]Beckham[/name] was the nail in the coffin for [name]Harper[/name]'s popularity on nameberry. Using a high-profile celebrity baby name isn’t really a nameberry thing to do, and I noticed that after her name was announced I heard a lot more of “it’s really trendy!” and “[name]WAY[/name] too popular” than “what a great literary connection” or “what a sweet name.”