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Ella hands down. Ellery is OK, but probably will get butchered.
Other El names maybe? Elodie ( beautiful and similar to Ellery but with more history), Elora, Luella...?
I have heard some really interesting ones lately:
THREE Hazels all at one play group
Phoebe,and June are sweet names and both sound good with Elodie. I think letting an older sib give the middle name to a sibling is a very sweet idea. My friends' daughter picked Clementine for her...
March 17th, 2014, 06:51 PM
I don't think Annalie is too far of a stretch for your sibset. I prefer Anna, but if too popular with friends I understand.
From your choices Eleanor stands out to me. It seems like a vowel non A...
March 17th, 2014, 03:09 PM
Elle or Ruby are my favorite of your choices. El names are popular...but it you love it--use it!
Genevieve Eleanor would be my pick.
It was a very popular name ( I'm not sure exactly when-- you could look it up) but I don't think it is now. It's a fine enough name-- maybe a little dated. The new trendy updated version I think is...
March 15th, 2014, 10:21 PM
I actually have! We too convinced ourselves our son was a girl and had a girls name picked out and even called the "belly" this name. I thought we had agreed on a name and when we found out at 33...
March 15th, 2014, 10:17 PM
Gemma is a great name. Adele is nice too. Amy is cute, but it seems dated to me. Where I live it seems almost every little girl is named Hazel. I see the appeal, but it's hard to see anything else...
March 15th, 2014, 10:15 PM
Imogene Eavestrough is a stunning name. But, you really can't go wrong with any of your choices. I think I'd pick Adela last out of your choices- but it's still pretty.
March 15th, 2014, 09:01 PM
Nasrine is very pretty. Zahra, Sahar, and Sanaa are too. Our daughters name is Arabic I was told while in Ethiopia; Sena. I know a male Sina ( C-na)but it's pronounced differently. My favorite Arabic...
This is my daughter's given name. Say-na. Everyone pronounces it wrong. I mean mangles it. Sienna, Senna, See-na, Selina etc. We call her by her middle name.
Or Benjamin go best.
I know a sibset Charles, Henry and August.
Hadley is ok. So is Emily, Annalie, Waverly, Tinsley.
But I don't really love this trend.
That's totally a sign! Phoebe and Luke are great together!
March 5th, 2014, 02:52 PM
Evangelina is beautiful. Paired with your last name, it's a big name. Evangeline is actually on our short list. Evelina flows nicely with your last name too.
Hazel for sure. Violet is also great with Felix and your other kids names.
Anna. Lila is pretty too. Emma is very well used and I'm not a fan of Charlotte. I like Violet nn Lettie...but I don't like Charlie/Lottie and I'm a nn person.
March 4th, 2014, 10:24 PM
Calista. Nayara/Naiara ( complicated prn/spelling), Valencia ( makes me think of oranges --sorry!), and Zaira ( Zi-ear-a, Czar-e-ah, Za-air-a?)
My top two names are Adelaide Clover and Evangeline...
I don't think Barrett needs a nn, but Bear could certainly work. I think it fits fine with your son's name. Better than Beckett stylistically- but family can trump all that anyway. And, Barrett is...
March 4th, 2014, 04:11 PM
Liam. Everywhere. Ethan, Gus, Silas, and Henry a good bit too. And for girls Hazel, Addison, Sophia, Ava, Emma.
All of them are pretty! Bronwyn Cecily Io is intriguing! Second choice would be Lark/Azalea. I like the 2-1 or 2-3 syllable matches.
I love Iris and Sage. I guess I'd go with Emerald over your other choices as I agree with Ridley sounding like a dog's name and Kerrigan ( maybe Keagan, Kerri, Megan, Cora, Coraline,Carraway...?)
Bram is a solid choice with Jonah. I think Bodhi also could work. It seems trendy right now because of the skier, but it's actually a pretty established name.
I know a: Bowden, Beckett, Barett (...
Hadley is cute, but she'd be the only one with a unisex non-girly name. Harper is a little more girly, or Harlowe or Haven? I think an A name would be perfect with your girls names...
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