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April 1st, 2013, 08:48 PM
Hmmm there have been lots of good suggestions, but here are some that are maybe not too out there for your husband (sorry for repeats!):
Lydia (I know you have that in the above post but I think...
I'm going to have to agree with lineska here... unless your family has some connection to the actual city, I much prefer the simplicity of Juno. It's got ancient history of course, but I think it...
I think that Irene Maretta and Irene Merete are just lovely. I slightly prefer Merete.
What would you say to the spelling Mirette? Not sure how valid it actually is as a French name, and it's not...
This is so funny... I am a Sarah, and my older brother is named William. My middle name is Caitlin, which I love a lot... I've met many Sarah Elizabeths and Sarah Maries, but I think having a middle...
Some more Cornish and Irish names that would go well with Connor and Elowen....
Roisin- Irish form of Rose
I also keep coming back to Alondra, which might be a bit...
Sorry for any repeats, everyone has suggested such lovely names so far!
I particularly love the suggestion of Elowen, which means "elm." I hadn't thought of that one, but I was trying to think of...
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