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Hartley Northcote- Hartley is her grandmother's maiden name of course.
Josie Ellsworth- fn Josephine Celeste Ellsworth
As a Louisiana girl- some of the "mean girls" at my school (2008 HS grad)
I love this! I like your individual names- fave combinations of those are: Ridley and Maisie, or Finley and Leonie. What are the parents names? That could help for naming style-
Some more cutesy...
April 19th, 2013, 08:57 PM
You have good taste! These are mostly all on my favorites list! I am going to suggest off of your list and add some similar names
Benjamin Harry and
My favorite doll was named Katie and I had another one named Sophie. Not so creative as a child!
I don't know if I can help because admittedly my favorite names mostly end in -ana and -elle and I am very southern! Haha
April 19th, 2013, 08:08 PM
My first thought was Scarlett.
Scarlett Annabelle sounds so beautiful.
I don't like K names so Katarina I don't really like (also it reminds me
Of hurricane Katrina) , but one of my newly...
Misshoppy and flick named my favorites! Here are some more:
April 19th, 2013, 07:54 PM
Being a southerner- double names are the norm- but they are usually a classic followed by a family name. Lots of Mary Brennan, Mary Martin, Mary Margaret, Mary Frances, etc. etc. lots of Mary...
I ADORE Anaïs. I think it is so beautiful but also poses some promunciation problems here in the U.S. although the rest of these, while all lovely names, I have to say, aren't quite my style.
I've never heard that variation. Very pretty though.
My name is Anna, named after my grandmother Anne. My dh's mother is named Ana. His father's mother was also Anna, and his mothers grandmother was also Ana.
So this is my question- I would love...
April 3rd, 2013, 05:39 PM
Josephine Amara "Josie"
Anna Carina "Nina"
Emmanuelle Grace "Emmy"
January 31st, 2013, 08:28 PM
I really like ever but I hear the rabbit thing too :(
What about Everly? I think it's beautiful, and since you like Arlie it could be a nice middle ground without the rabbit problem.
I love the name Gianna!
Here are some nice 1 syllable middles:
Gianna Maeve (not sure if I like the contrasting Italian-Irish there or how close Maeve is to Mae) ...
It could have been "Bree", I didn't ask how it was spelled, I just projected- not really sure on the correct spelling of that one.
Also, love the cheese but not the association there.
I met a little girl named Brie the other day, which I thought was just a stand alone name or nn for Brianne or Brianna or something. Turns out her name is Actually Gabrielle, nn Brie.
I actually used to babysit for a baby girl named Julian. It was a family name but she is older Now and wears it well! So from personal experience I can definitely see it on a girl.
I worried they were too matchy... But I don't like Selene or Celine. Darn.
Another possibility could be Selena as a mn for the 2nd daughter so they still have the star/moon connection.
I love Elena but dislike Elaina even thought they sound the same...
I love Nina but dislike Antonina
I love Josie/ Posey but am indifferent to Josephine/ Josefina
I love Stella and Estrella but...
Too close to be sisters? What I love most about this pairing is their meanings. Stella means "star" and Selena means "moon goddess"
January 16th, 2013, 09:43 AM
Try Stella with another M name. Stella Mara, Stella Marigold, Stella Margaret, Stella Maeve, Stella Maria, Stella Marta, Stella Mia
Maris is one of my favorite M names but you can't do Stella Maris
November 9th, 2012, 12:56 AM
What about Walter? similar to Walker but more formal. perfect for a tuxedo kitty! I had a black and white cat named Walter for years when I was little and he was one of the best cats I ever had.
Alexandra and Eric
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