Baby Girl #3
I have two daughters and am expecting a third. I have Elliot Jo and Foster Helen (middle names are my grandmas name and my husbands grandmas name). I realize surnames/boy names are not loved by everyone on little girls. Right now, I'm loving the name Hartley for #3. What do you think? Does it "fit"? Any other suggestions? (Not interested in super trendy names like Addison, Emerson, Peyton, etc.) Thanks!
Hartley works well as a sister for an Elliot and Forster. It does sounds similar to Harley and Hailey. I think Rose is pretty as a middle name.
I'm not a big fan of Hartley, but it does fit in with your other two girls.
Here are some other suggestions you might like:
Remington (I think the nn Remi is so cute)
Jamisen (nn Jamie)
With Elliot Jo and Foster Helen, Hartley works, but I just feel like you started out with such above-the-curve names (I'm not sure when your Elliot was born, but it's blowing up for girls just now, and Foster is way cool on any gender!), and -ley names are a dime a dozen. I'm not saying that to slight your choice in the least - just throwing that out there.
In Hartley's place, I would suggest the equally playful and accessible, but decidedly surname-chic, Halsey. Easy to pronounce: [HALL-szee].
That's my top pick for you, but I'd also suggest Tallis, Carden, Ashlan, or Sutton.
Hartley works well with the other unisex names you have.
None of these are my style, but Harley fits with the other names. Marlowe, Riley, Booker, Everett, Whitman, Fallon, Quinlan, Quincy, Asher, Sawyer, Rowan, Sterling, Mica, Noa, Grey, Lars, Leif, Caelum, Keaton, Reese, Devon, McKinley, McKinnon, Lindell, Owen, Jasper, Jude...