I also find the transition between -st and Sh- a little difficult to say: I end up with something like Wes Chafer. I like Westley best as a longer form: that would still give you the four-letter nickname West, while also impressing fans of The Princess Bride AND removing associations with foundations and towns. It does give you another -ly name, but I think two in a row is a surmountable pattern, especially since one is a boy and one is a girl. Milo Shafer is wonderful; Lily and Milo is wonderful.
If the actual spelling of your maiden name looks feminine, it would be nice for a girl: Gwen Reemalee Shafer. Gwen Ruby! I love it. Swistle did a great job answering this one. I love Cleo and Cora for you, too. I think Milo West or Milo Westley would work. Good luck! Best of luck!
I love Gwen, it really does seem like a great sister name to Lily. You mentioned Ellis as a boy middle, I think it could also work as a middle for Gwen. Gwen Ellis. Maxin from your boys list made me think of Maxine, still a great tribute name and I think it works with Gwen. Gwen Maxine. Gwen Ruby is my favorite though. For a boy I agree I like Milo better than West. If you really love West, I think it would also work well as a middle for Milo. Milo West.
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For some reason, West seems to emphasize the gunness of Remington. Milo is perfect! Milo anything really…but as the first name. It incorporates the sounds of some of the other names you like.
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If you do use Gwen, Ruby is a lovely middle name. Milo Maxim and Milo West are just fabulous choices, but not West in first place, for Swistles reasons. Lily and Jack — great! Jack Reemallee — great! My sister is quite envious of the Gypsy Tote and is hinting she wants one as a gift for her baby shower. After close examination of the bag, she said that in addition to all the terrific pockets, she appreciated the wipeable interior of the bag. She borrowed the tote and filled it with a changing pad, diapers, wiped, pacifiers, baby toys, a clutch, and snacks. She remarked that the depth of the tote seemed never-ending.
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