Q1: Eleazar...I can't say I'm very fond of the name, but it's definitely not the worst I've seen. It sounds and looks rather masculine and I like the fact that it's unusual. However, I think that it'd be a hard name to pull off. Not exactly my style, but I don't have anything against it. If you like it, then why not? Each to their own.
Q2: I joined on August 26th, 2010 so just over two years. I'm on the Baby Name Section all of the time; sometimes I just lurk and watch, but most of the time I try and give somewhat helpful, detailed answers, hence the Top Contributor badge :3
Q3: I like them! I like the idea of rewarding people who try hard to help others with a Top Contributors badge and the points/level system is great :) It's not competitive, either; like a race to get to the highest level, which I also like...
Q4: Eve is a simple, classic and traditional name that I used to love. Recently I have found myself going off of the name ever so slightly. It just doesn't hold the appeal it used to. I find it rather boring. Nonetheless, where I live it isn't used a lot and that makes me like it a little. It's definitely not the worst name I've seen. Francesca isn't bad; I actually adore the nickname Frankie. It's old-fashioned and a classic, too, but just too ordinary for my taste. Together, these names flow very well and match each other great.
Q5: The 'what would you name (insert number) children?' questions, where you have to a pick a name for each child. I find it fun. :)
Q6: When people ask 'What do you think of my favourite names?', list about fifty names, and ask us to give fully detailed answers. I don't know why, but it just bugs me.
Q7: I answer more questions. I only ask questions every so often.
Q8: Out-dated, old-fashioned and unusual.
...They're all I can think of at the moment. I'm sure there are more, but I just cannot remember. =/
Andrew Paul: Very ordinary and slightly dull. Not bad; it's traditional and both names match together well, it's just too bland for my taste. Where I live, both names are very common and overused and therefore they just don't hold a lot of appeal.
Lydia Jane: I don't mind Lydia. It's not a favourite, but it is pretty and feminine. Although I find Jane to be a typical middle name, it holds a lot of meaning for me and for that reason I have formed a soft spot for it. It's a simple combination but very sophisticated.
Harlo Amanda: I don't like Harlo very much. The spelling looks illiterate and incomplete. Harlow is better, but I prefer it for a boy. It doesn't sound very feminine at all, and I fail to see the appeal in it. Amanda is nice; again, not a favourite but not the worst I've seen. Harlow Amanda flows well, but I don't think the two names match each other.
Grayson Connor: I don't mind Grayson. I don't particularly like it very much, but I don't hate it. It's not bad. Connor is an extremely common name where I live; I know so many people with this name that, because I've heard it so many times, I'm not too keen. Nonetheless, they do flow nicely and match each other well.