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I liked Elowen, but my hubby wasn't so fond. I like Briony and Elowen the best of the suggestions so far. Thanks for the input!
Brooksie sounds to me like someone baby-talking to a "Brooke". How about Brooksley, instead?
I'm choosing a girl name again and need it to sound nice with Vienna. I'd prefer that the new baby not have a name ending in "a". I'd also like a new first initial than the ones already in our...
Blake or Blakeley
I've recently heard there are a lot of girls names Michael (with variations of spelling).
I wouldn't think of Skye as cutesy. Not sure how it would age. I'm also not a huge fan, but if you like it - go for it!
I like Camri as well! Perhaps your significant other would consider Cambri? Or Cambria? Just a possible compromise!
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I like them both! Vietta sounds like a more feminine version of Violet and I love Annavieve with the "Ah" sound at the beginning - super posh!
What about Romilly Clara Joy? I like the 2 syllable "Clara" variation rather than two 3 syllable names back to back.
I love Esther, especially the strong Biblical reference to a courageous woman of God.
June 23rd, 2012, 04:34 PM
Delaney is beautiful! I have to say I think Chelsea is dated - 90's. I know I'm biased, but most of the Chelsea's I know are snobbish. (Sorry to anyone named Chelsea that is nice! Just my...
I think it's confusing to pronounce. It also seems the strong "mal" and "g" sounds don't combine well. Just my opinion!
Names I could really use without issues
Lumi - I like it because it reminds me of the word “illuminate”
Ione - Looks confusing to me
Azure - I like it
Names I would use, with little niggling...
June 23rd, 2012, 04:16 PM
Unique, and I like them:
Common, but timeless:
I like them both!
However, I think Iris is a name that will last the test of time. Milla is a bit more trendy, but never-the-less a great name.
Isobel -- FAVORITE! Isobel Cecilia is sooo cute!
June 22nd, 2012, 05:17 PM
Phillippa - with the nickname Pippa
Which gets your vote?
Venice Eden (Eden because my grandmother's name was Edith and people called her Edie.)
Vienna Elise (Elise because my middle name is Elise.)
My husband and I like the name Venesse, but we want to make sure that it is easy to pronounce. How would you pronounce Venesse?
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