The book stellaluna would sway me from Luna though it is beautiful!
Wdyt of using sweetheart as a middle name? I'm all for sentimental middle names:)
Lucy sweetheart Or just Heart
Cordelia means heart of the sea...
Cordelia pearl Nn Cora
Or since you call her baby or sweetheart maybe
Abby Cordelia (same letters as baby)
Good luck-I'm anxious to gear what you choose! My lo went a little over a week wo a name & it was SO hard not having a name I can't imagine 2 months! Good luck!
Margaret you could call her Maisy. Margaret Mae has a nice sound to it.
Virginia, call her Ginger (that is how Ginger Rodgers got her name).
Joan has a lot of spunk. It's also been off the radar for a while and so I don't think you have to worry about over use.
I also love Brier. Brier Sophia has a certain ring to it.
Stella Vivienne has a some past charm and spunk to it. :)
Thank you for all of your help. :)
We are still deciding. My husband does not like Luna. Everyone loves Emma. It seems a little strange to fall for such a popular name after waiting this long. I still love the idea of a double first vintage + nature name.
We have talked of a song name since her birth. We listen to music from the 1960s-1980s. Penny Lane was talked of during our fourth and fifth pregnancies. My husband says it feels like a recycled name now. Any thoughts on song names?
Please keep the suggestions coming. :)
Still deciding. :)
My husband loves Penelope. I am not so sure, but I am glad that we have some new names flowing and that it feels fun again. He likes to add a bit of spunk or unique to a name, like middle name "Cool."
Please help us combine our styles of feminine vintage and unique.
Thank you for any ideas you may have. I am so grateful for your help.
Emma, then there's your answer. If you think it's too popular, how about Gemma or Emmeline or Emilia? Any of them can use the nickname Emma. The only song names I can think of are dated -- Donna, Gloria, Amanda, and Mandy. I do like Mandy, despite it being dated and Amanda is cute too. Not a big fan of Donna or Gloria.
These were all on the 1880 SSA list
Adella Alida Alma Alta Almeda Almira Altha Alvinia / Alvena Annis Arie Arminta
Celestine Celia Cora Cordia Corinne
Imogene Ina Iola Ione / Iona Izora
Jeanette / Jeannette
Lena Leona / Leone / Leonie Leora Leota Lenora / Lenore Letha Letitia Lida Lissie Lorene Louella / Luella Lovina / Luvenia Lucretia Lugenia
Madge Madora Mahala Marietta Mayme Meta Mina Minerva Mittie Myrta
Nell / Nelle / Nellie Neva Nolia
Octavia Odessa Ola Ora Orilla Otelia
Paralee Parthenia Permelia
Sabina Sabra Serena Sina Sophronia Sudie
Vena Verona Vesta Vida Vina Viola
My favorites are Paralee, Geneva, Letitia, and Cora