Shaelyn and Harlow? YES or NO?

[name]Shaelyn[/name] [name]Elisabeth[/name] and [name]Harlow[/name] [name]Faye[/name].

[name]Do[/name] they flow together as a sibset, or not?

And should I avoid [name]Harlow[/name] since its a “celebaby” name?

In my humble opinion, no, they don’t flow together as a sibset. [name]Harlow[/name] is evocative of Hollywood, both old ([name]Jean[/name]) and new ([name]Harlow[/name] [name]Madden[/name]), and the trendy/invented/yooneek [name]Shaelyn[/name] is, well, pretty “downmarket” and not very classy. :frowning:

For me, [name]Shaelyn[/name] belongs with sisters named [name]Jolene[/name] and [name]Earlene[/name], and [name]Harlow[/name] belongs with [name]Avalon[/name] and [name]Quincy[/name].

Good luck! :slight_smile:

Thank you for your honesty.

What do you girls think about these options?

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Dacy[/name] (day-see), its a family name
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Sawyer[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Parker[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Leah[/name]


FOR [name]SISTER[/name] & BROTHER:
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Harper[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Jackson[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Liam[/name]

You’re welcome. I’m sorry about not having better things to say about [name]Shaelyn[/name], but like you said, I was just trying to be honest. :slight_smile:

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Dacy[/name] (day-see): I think it works…

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Sawyer[/name]: I think this is great! :slight_smile:

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Parker[/name]: They’re both surnames, but [name]Parker[/name] is all boy to me (but that’s just me). I think [name]Harlow[/name] calls for something with more of an edge than [name]Parker[/name], like [name]Sailor[/name], [name]Sawyer[/name], or [name]Tierney[/name].

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Leah[/name]: For me, the Biblical [name]Leah[/name] doesn’t work with the modern, surname [name]Harlow[/name]. What about [name]Linden[/name]?

Classic Hollywood names:
[name]Tierney[/name] ([name]Gene[/name] [name]Tierney[/name], actress)

FOR [name]SISTER[/name] & BROTHER:
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Harper[/name]: [name]Harper[/name] will definitely be mistaken for a girl, as it’s mostly used on girls now. I’d personally stay away from repetitive Har beginnings.

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Jackson[/name]: I definitely think this works…

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Liam[/name]: I’d personally go for something edgier than [name]Liam[/name] with [name]Harlow[/name], like [name]Bennett[/name], [name]Beckett[/name], [name]Calloway[/name], [name]Dashiell[/name] (the e is silent), [name]Flynn[/name] (although it may be too feminine), [name]Donovan[/name], [name]Lachlan[/name], [name]Montgomery[/name], [name]Quinlan[/name], [name]Roman[/name], [name]Truman[/name], [name]Wilson[/name], [name]Zane[/name], etc…

Best wishes to you! :slight_smile:

Thanks. I really like [name]Beckett[/name]. Its funny that you suggested [name]Donovan[/name] because, I have a cousin named that and I don’t hear that name often. I love that name though and think it might be a great way to honor my cousin.

Thank you for your honesty.

What do you girls think about these options?

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Dacy[/name] (day-see), its a family name
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Sawyer[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Parker[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Leah[/name]


FOR [name]SISTER[/name] & BROTHER:
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Harper[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Jackson[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Liam[/name][/quote]

What about the boys anme [name]Hudson[/name]?? It is a great name on its own (my sons!) and I think it is adorable with [name]Harlow[/name].
I like [name]Harlow[/name] with [name]Liam[/name] and [name]Jackson[/name], and Swayer for a boy or girl…

[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Brooke[/name]/[name]Brooklyn[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Keely[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Alexa[/name]/[name]Alexis[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Savannah[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Hadley[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & Nicholai
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Audrey[/name] (Hepburn… both old hollywood)

I dunno lol… just throwing some ideas out there, my favorites are either [name]Alexa[/name] (I just think it sounds good with [name]Harlow[/name]) and [name]Audrey[/name], as it sounds good and also “goes” as they are both old hollywood names.

PS- [name]Audrey[/name] sounds FABULOUS with the middle name [name]Elisabeth[/name]!

I love the name [name]Audrey[/name]. The only reason I’m not really considering it is because I had a cousin who was crushed and killed in an ATV accident when she was 9, and her name was [name]Audrey[/name]. I would use it as a tribute and to honor my cousin but since she passed away in such a tragic way our whole family has such deep, raw emotions about what happened. I think most of my family would think about my cousin [name]Audrey[/name] and how she died such a horrible death everytime they heard that name.

Oh No- That is heartbreaking! I am very, very sorry to hear this!

For me, [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Parker[/name] are the perfect pair :smiley:

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Brooke[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Jackson[/name] (love)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Sailor[/name]

I like them. But I like it spelled [name]Elizabeth[/name].

For sisters :
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Dacy[/name] - this would have to be my favourite, and I think they go together well.
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Sawyer[/name] - I personally dislike -er names, and I also think there is the problem that [name]Harlow[/name] is more obviously a girl’s name …
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Parker[/name] - as above.
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Leah[/name] - I really love [name]Leah[/name], but I don’t think they fit together very well ([name]Leah[/name] is homely and religious, and [name]Harlow[/name] is all glamour).

For a sister and a brother :
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Harper[/name] - I’d avoid it, just because they’re both H names.
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Jackson[/name] - these go quite well, I think, although [name]Harlow[/name] is much more glamourous than the nn [name]Jack[/name] (but I think [name]Jake[/name] gives it that extra oomph)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Liam[/name] - I like this one a lot; very cute, and they fit well.

Hollywood glamour girl names :
[name]Grace[/name] (in my opinion, these all go quite nicely with [name]Harlow[/name]).

I disagree, about [name]Shaelyn[/name], I think it has a soft appeal, [name]Shaelyn[/name] to me is a popular girl, with dimples and a giggle, the sort of girl who wears polished mary janes with her neatly pressed dress, [name]Harlow[/name] is broody and dismal, more of a tomboy. I dont see the hollywood appeal, more of a dogs name. [name]Just[/name] my opinion of course for what its worth

[name]Parker[/name] is a name that I have really fallen in love with for a little girl. In my opinion I think it fits really well with [name]Harlow[/name]. [name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Parker[/name] :slight_smile:

Names that have been mentioned that I also think are quite lovely with [name]Harlow[/name] are-
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Sailor[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Truman[/name]

[name]How[/name] about?

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Carson[/name] (boy or girl)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Abbott[/name] (boy or girl)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Porter[/name] ( I prefer it as a boys name but could be used for a girl)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Grayson[/name] (boy)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Kennedy[/name] (prefer for a girl but could be used for a boy)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Regan[/name] (girl)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Teagan[/name] (girl)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Weston[/name]/[name]Westin[/name] (boy)
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Wyatt[/name]

I think [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Grace[/name] is a great choice! I also like the suggestion of [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Sailor[/name]… there’s something about the combo that is glamorous and spunky.

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Dacy[/name] - This could work for me, I believe you said [name]Dacy[/name] is a family name. Maybe you could put it in the middle?
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Parker[/name] - Personally, I am kind of over the [name]Parker[/name], [name]Carter[/name], [name]Peyton[/name] name fad for girls. Plus, as everyone has mentioned [name]Harlow[/name] is hollywood glam and [name]Parker[/name], well, [name]Parker[/name] is not.
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Shaelyn[/name] - I have to agree with [name]Jill[/name] in that [name]Shaelyn[/name] sounds made up and next to [name]Harlow[/name], kind of hokey.

What about:
[name]Harlow[/name] & Masie
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Aurora[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Veronica[/name]

[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Charles[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]James[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Oliver[/name]

Now that I’m looking at this list, I absolutely [name]LOVE[/name] [name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Aurora[/name]. For a boy, I think [name]Harlow[/name] & [name]Oliver[/name] is very sweet.

Best of luck to you! =)

for two girls i like [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Harper[/name] and for boy/girl [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Hudson[/name]> i have seen [name]Harper[/name] used more and more for a girl.

for girls i love [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Parker[/name]
Also, someone suggested [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Tierney[/name] which I think is definitely the best.

For boys I don’t think you should use [name]Harper[/name] because it is a popular girls naem at the moment.

I know two little girls with these names. They are not sisters, but I have seen them and heard them in person. I love the name Shealynn, I like [name]Harlow[/name] too. I think the more I say the names they don’t sound like sisters.

It has to be [name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Ava[/name]! Hollywood class all the way.

[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Desi[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Chase[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Hunter[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Clark[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Byron[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Ashton[/name]
[name]Harlow[/name] and [name]Quentin[/name] ([name]Quinn[/name])