What do you think of Agatha?
I'm not quite sure...I like the quirkiness, but I'm not sure how it would do in everyday life.
The only problem I see with Imogen is people like me saying it imma-JEEN. My grandmother had a friend named Imogen and growing up I always heard it that way. Then I grew up, moved up north and now I realize it is IMMA-jen.
I met a lady with a daughter Imogen a few weeks ago at the preschool open house (twins Benjamin and Imogen, if that is of any interest) and she pursed her lips at me when I said it wrong. Immediately I realized my error, but hello, there were 20 years in southern Indiana hearing it imma-JEEN that were working against me. Just a thought.
Clementine is adorable and even though *supposedly* it's on the uptick in crunchy culture, I personally do not know anyone with that name.
I think Agatha is great! It's unexpected but spunky.
I do love Agatha , the meaning is