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Clara is lovely with Bennett and Madeleine was a fantastic suggestion :)
Elodie is my favourite with big sister Anneliese.
and my favourite German name, Amalia (not sure if you are ok with another a name).
I like both names, and prefer the spelling Annora.
I think Eleanor would suit a younger girl just fine, especially with the nn Ellie or Nora. I also think that Eleanor would suit an adult better...
I would choose Talia, as I believe Thalia can also be pronounced thay-lee-uh (I may be wrong, but did meet someone with that prn.).
Talia is the simplest and prettiest spelling in my opinion.
Bailey Cora would be my favourite.
First thought: Maisy.
Even though I imagine that description would mean different names for many people, others that might fit:
Love reading everyone's answers!
Someone was considering Neva in the girls threads today and I'm really intrigued by it.
I think Neva sounds sweet and fresh; it's unexpected but has familiar sounds (-a ending).
I like Neva best with big sisters Emilia and Savannah. I agree that Seraphina is a boy close to Savannah...
December 19th, 2014, 04:49 AM
Harriet Susannah would be my choice :)
December 18th, 2014, 10:41 AM
I think Amara is a lovely choice, Emma is also a beautiful name.
I love Amalia Iris, Talia Iris, Eleanor Iris and Honora Iris.
December 15th, 2014, 08:42 AM
I agree, I'm sick of hearing birth announcements for Lily.
Charli -for a girl
Jaxon - I know at least 10 with this spelling
December 14th, 2014, 10:35 PM
If you call Evangeline 'Evie' and plan to call Genevieve by her full name, they become more similar than when their full names are said out loud.
Calling out Evie and Genevieve together have very...
December 14th, 2014, 09:51 PM
From your list:
I much prefer Bailey on a boy, but will it suit a grown man? I don't think so.
I have also desperately been looking for a middle name for Amara and considered Estelle!
My next favourite is Maeve from your list, but I'm not sure about the repeating m sounds (might just be...
Poll: My thoughts exactly.
My thoughts exactly.
December 12th, 2014, 03:57 AM
It's all boy to me, especially with the Riley spelling it seems like such as masculine name.
I'm in Australia and I've never met anyone named Abel.
I'll be keeping an eye on this post because I really like this name and wonder how it would work on a little boy...
I really like your daughter's name. From your list, my definite favourites are Eamon and Audrey and although they all begin with slightly different sounds I don't know if beginning letters/sounds...
I like Uma Cyan/Syan (a blue/green colour).
I love Huon and have considered it before since I'm originally from Tassie where those trees are quite common! I've ended up loving Ewan more though, I think. They sound so similar and Ewan goes...
What kind of names do you like? Are there any names you have thought of already so that I can know what to suggest?
Love all those names! Maybe:
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