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Not a fan of Alana. Much prefer Elena.
Of the two, I vote for Eliza. I think Eliza Caitlin is very pretty (though I prefer Kaitlin) and I really like the suggestion of Eliza Imogen Kate.
I would go with Seraphina Elisabeth. Not a fan of India, Hope, or Maura. I like Eleanor, but it doesn't flow with Maura. Alternatively, I'd consider Mira Eleanor or Mira Elisabeth.
Not a fan of any of them, sorry. I consider virtue names like Patience and Comfort to be as bad as names like Princess and Beautiful. Just my opinion.
Today, 09:56 AM
I vote for Ella.
Chris (though everyone will think it's short for Christine)
I like both, but I second the poster above who suggested Alexandria. Barring that, I'd say Alessandra. I think Alessi is beautiful (not a fan of Essie, sorry). I'd also consider Lissa or Lissy. If...
Aislinn (prn Ashlyn)
Several things -- first of all, how old is your other daughter? I think it's precious that she wants to give a name to one of the babies, but instead of just letting her have free reign, I would give...
I'm surprised at all the people saying that it's a stretch to get from Elizabeth to Bella, considering Ella is perfectly acceptable nickname for Elizabeth and Bella is just adding a B. I mean,...
I wouldn't use it. It's just asking for teasing.
Have you considered Nakisa (prn nuh-kees-uh)? It means "jewel."
Instead of Eliana, I would use Elena. Aviana and Elena (eh-LAY-nuh) aren't nearly as similar. If you want to deviate even further, consider Ellery or Eliora.
Since you don't like the Katherine nicknames, have you thought about naming her Katerina and using Rina as a nickname? I think it's beautiful. Other ideas:
Personally, I really like Elizabella. I do agree that it's frilly though and would never work on a tomboy. Question though. You said you like Ella. So why can't you just name her Elizabeth and call...
Another vote for Ellie Juliet.
I don't think any of the names are damaging and I wasn't around to see the argument you had with someone, but they were out of line if they said that stuff to you. With all due respect (and I truly...
That too! I'd go with Emery.
I don't think they're too close. You can clearly tell the difference between them. I think it's a beautiful sibset.
March 3rd, 2014, 05:24 PM
You should use Susan. Honestly, I'm not a fan of using the meaning of a name, especially if it's in the middle name spot. To me, naming her Lily really isn't a big tribute, at least not nearly as big...
Emery all the way. Olive is a food to me, not a name. Just my opinion.
I like it. I prefer it as a nickname for something, but I like it on its own too.
February 28th, 2014, 11:20 PM
Believe what you want. I was posting based on my interpretation of the thread, NOT just you. Anyway, it doesn't matter. Carry on.
February 28th, 2014, 11:09 PM
I used that particular line as an example because it was the last post I read and because it is an inaccurate spin on posters' opinions. I wasn't addressing it to just you (which is why I never used...
February 28th, 2014, 10:47 PM
It seems this thread has turned into a venting session where people inaccurately twist the opinions of others just to vent about them. Most of these threads specifically solicit opinions. It's fine...
February 28th, 2014, 07:57 PM
It doesn't really matter because in this case, no one is using it in that way.
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