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My last name ends is two syllables and ends in man as well - I've thought the same thing about the son ending and can't talk myself out of it being weird although I have loved son names, and...
A friend of mine has a daughter named Landrie.... perhaps you could tweak it to Landrey (keeps the L in Lois and the drey in Audrey) Or I think using both as a middle would be lovely... Ainsley...
May 16th, 2013, 09:41 PM
Loxely and Hanley are too close in ending to Averly for my liking. I think Selah matches your other girls in uniqueness and style and would be a wonderful choice.
April 3rd, 2013, 10:10 PM
Am I the only one who thinks "Anne of green gables"??
I like it and I think others will warm up to it. Grace is a very popular name and your choice seems to have some freshness to it. the "n" ending makes it seem grounded which is a nice balance to the...
March 22nd, 2013, 08:50 PM
What about Rosemary? You get Mary and an R initial.
March 18th, 2013, 10:44 PM
My family has the same last name (although spelled with a K) and we have many alliterations with both K and C names. Here are the girls with a few extra I added for options...
First choice would be Ivy Isabella with Lily Elizabeth a close second. Both lovely.
I love quinn michaela, until you mentioned dr. quinn and was like oooo, yeah, maybe not so much. but the children of her generation really wont make that connection.
If you like the 3 or 4...
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