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Elsie has the same letters as Elise, just switched around a bit. I love Elise in the middle name spot- it's my middle name actually, but I pronounce it ee-lise, not uh-lise. If you were to use Violet...
r_j, if you don't mind my asking- where do you live? in the US, and if so what state? Some of those are awful- Iizabelluh!? Jrayden?
Birth announcements where I live:
Isabella Darlene and Addilyn Sheila (twins)- I've never heard Addilyn before, and their middle names must be family names because they don't seem to go with the...
November 11th, 2012, 04:40 PM
i'm always an advocate of Elise in the middle name spot- and I think it flows well with Claire! Personally, I don't think that a three syllable name would sound very good after Claire, to me it...
November 11th, 2012, 11:11 AM
Personally, I wouldn't use Iris if my last name was Tree- I'd actually shy away from all nature names (i.e. River, Violet, Asher, etc.). And I see in your signiture that you have Olive, a baby named...
November 11th, 2012, 03:04 AM
November 11th, 2012, 03:01 AM
It is so funny that Camille and Elise are both top contenders for you, because that is my name! Camille Elise ___! Crazy!
Anyway, I don't think that Alaina and Elise are too similar at all! But I...
Ok, another question:
If I were to use Avalon (I love this as well) would Avi still work as a nickname?
November 8th, 2012, 11:35 AM
I love Lennox and Avalon- such a cool sound together! I've never considered Lennox for a girl but I think it could work!
November 8th, 2012, 11:31 AM
I really don't think themes are necessary most of the time. Like in your example, just because you have Charlotte and Clara doesn't mean you can't add an Elodie or Ezra! But....in some cases I think...
November 8th, 2012, 08:57 AM
Sawyer Hollis- just as uniquenamelover said, i prefer this switched- Hollis Sawyer. And I think it fits better with your other children's names this way as well!
Rigby Maxfield- Cute!
I used to work in a daycare and there were 3 Arianna/Arianas in a class of 18 two-year-olds! That's 1/6th of the class!
November 7th, 2012, 10:56 PM
I love Hadley, and I think it sounds great with the other two as well :)
November 7th, 2012, 10:54 PM
My sister asked for some good middle name suggestions for Eleanor today. I have her way too many, but she like Juliet the best. What do you all think?
I see what you guys mean about the spelling, it really doesn't make much sense to spell it with an "i" if it is pronounced Av-uh-lynn, however I just LOVE the nickname Avi!
And do you think...
I think Aubin on a girl is adorable! I don't know if it could be considered as feminine as Elodie, but in this case I don't think it matters too much because the pair just works! Aubin sounds a bit...
I love Elise, and Arietta is super pretty too! How do you pronounce Lynae?
Alright guys...I'm really going out on a limb here! I NEVER tell people this name, it is my top secret name that I've protected for years haha.
I guess I'm just curious what you think of Avilyn...
I love Clara Juliet! I think Clara Josephine flows better- but I like the name Juliet better than Josephine
Felix and Wyatt! Precious!
Sullivan Michael is really great! I absolutely love the name Sullivan. I think that Sullivan Glynn is awkward to say outloud, too much "n" sound.
November 5th, 2012, 11:23 PM
I didn't even consider the foster child connection until others pointed it out, my first thought was actually the verb "to foster." But I think it makes a handsome name, regardless!
November 5th, 2012, 11:15 PM
November 5th, 2012, 11:12 PM
1. I think that Aria will continue to be more and more popular, but probably won't breach the top 50 anytime soon (hopefully!). As for Arya, my prediction is that it won't get much more popular.
Had you not said anything, I still would have made the connection. I wouldn't be able to get past it, and probably wouldn't use both. But I see your conundrum as they are both awesome names! Good...
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