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None would be "damaging". All of the names you listed are perfectly acceptable established names. 100% usable. Some of them may not be my style or someone else's style but that can be said of...
I would go for Allegra personally. But I also think Arden Jane would be nice if you want a name that is more unisex. Not a fan of Afton at all.
I'm from the east coast US, I would never say Pair-iss. But I know a lot of people from the midwest who for example think Harry is pronounced the same as Hairy. Whereas to me they are totally...
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Camilla* - then you could use Millie as nn
I wouldn't mind for myself because I am not into monogrammed things, but since you plan to get her lots of monogrammed things I probably wouldn't do it.
My favorite is Vivienne Elisa
The only one I really dislike is Alistair Vivienne because to me Alistair is only a boys name.
And I prefer Cecily to Cicily
February 28th, 2014, 08:53 PM
I agree 100%
I don't particularly like the combo just because I don't like that it's 2 word-names together. Blue Monday. Violet Wednesday. I wouldn't mind Wednesday in the middle with something else. And I like...
I like Damien, not particularly a fan of Eugene, but it has a good flow together.
I think Lawrence is nice, definitely not awful. I think it's great to use in the middle to honor family.
I actually like Emily a lot though I might not use it myself bc of popularity. However, I would much more readily use Emily than Amelie or Emmeline. I think Emily is a classic.
My favorite is Jonah so I voted for that. I would pick Jethro over Archer if those were the 2 choices.
February 27th, 2014, 06:08 PM
I also prefer Rhys. I like this spelling too because it is clearly masculine vs Reece/Reese
February 27th, 2014, 05:59 PM
As another nn maybe you could use Lina?
I agree, stick with Andrew Lawrence, it's great and I like it better with your other boys.
I'm from the US but to me the pronunciation is very different. I actually like EL-oh-wen but not el-OH-wen, so for that reason I personally wouldn't use it.
I like Arthur Bell the best from your list, but the others are nice too. I think Lincoln nn Link would be a great compromise name.
Forrest ... Middle name
February 26th, 2014, 09:35 PM
I prefer Rosalie Vera on its own but chose Estelle Rose bc I also think Rosalie Montgomery is too matchy
I prefer Louis and think it looks better with your sibset. Louis does have more possibility for mispronunciation lou-iss vs louie but if someone just said their name was Louis I automatically think...
I think it would work. It is a bit of a stretch, definitely would never guess that Monty would be Edmond but I am with you and not a fan of Montgomery while I do really like Edmond. I say go for it.
My favorite is Henry but I think all of these names are great. The only one I'm not really a fan of is Gavin.
I also say go for it. And Gemma is ranked #317 for popularity in the US so while its not a common name its not that uncommon either to make it like they picked a super unique name that no one else...
February 25th, 2014, 08:53 PM
I like Jane Margaret best then Margaret Jane
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