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Vianna / Vienna
Jenice / Janise (Jan-EEs) / Jenson
Quincy or Quinli ( IMO they are a bit more feminine)
Brynn, Brynna, Brenna
I love, love, love Nyla Hope. I also love: Lacey, Madilyn, and Claire. Really, all of your options are very pretty.
Ivy, Molly, and Hope work well together, but Ivy and Molly are my least...
I agree with the other Berries: Amelia with Mila as the nn! You can't go wrong.
I vote for Juniper. I love it! Juniper Lois Jean is adorable.
Winthrop is on the list and Win could be used as the nn.
I love the nn Linx for Lincoln. Link is cute, too, but I prefer the Linc spelling.
I like Linus with the nn Linx, too!
Your choices are great! My top three preferences from your girl's list are:
Emmeline Alyse (nn Emme) - I really like Alyse, but prefer it spelled Elyse.
Nora Cate - Spunky and classic. I...
Congratulations! I love the name and the story behind it. Maybelle was the perfect choice. I'm sure that your brother would have loved it, too!
The name Channing Klein is absolutely adorable! I really like Channing. It's different, but not too "out there." I am sure she is a precious little bundle of joy. Congratulations!
September 1st, 2014, 09:12 PM
Lark is fine. You could also use Larkin or Larklin.
Absolutely lovely! Congratulations!
Just read the name Belonie in an obituary. It was the first name of the late father of the deceased. It was paired with a French surname. The obituary appeared in a Maine newspaper.
Astrid, Greta, Oskar, and Viktor.
August 29th, 2014, 12:48 AM
Bibi - LiLi / LeeLee, Buffy, Fifi (maybe Felicity, nn Fifi), Mimi, DeeDee / DeDe, and Kiki.
My first thought was Gavin. Maybe:
As soon as I read your daughter's name, I immediately thought that Claire would be the perfect middle name for your next baby. Adair sounds like Claire, so I love it as the middle name. If you use...
I would avoid nicknames that sound too similar so that when you call out to your children they clearly understand to which child you are referring. That being said, you could use a different...
I read the first sentence of your post and wondered what the issue was. I gave up and read on. I didn't see or hear the Mary Kate issue at all. I would definitely go with Lyra Rosemary Cate H. ...
I love the look of Anne O'Kelly. Though, I keep thinking Anne O'Reilly / O'Riley. (I think it works well, too.) I think a last name with an apostrophe adds something to Anne. I like Sinclair and...
I don't think it is too far out there. You could also use Garvin ("comrade in battle") and/or spell it Garvyn.
Pelagia (sea) Pelgia
Zerilla (I know someone by this name)
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