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Polly -I adore this!
Maisie -it's a close tie for the next two Maisie is more cutesy and I like that:) the problem with Maisie is I know several and they all spell it differently :Macy, maisy,...
I love the suggestion of Ivy Arabella Winter! Otherwise I'd agree it's too much, but broken up by Arabella it works:)
Mya is not my style but I love all your other name choices!
Rose-as a first name I think this is beautiful
Vera -simple, familiar, yet uncommon=perfect!
Magnolia -my fav from your list!
Stafford, Reed, and ....
I'm not sure these names meet all the criteria but my first thought was Laurel nn lulu
Aurora nn Rory or Ro
Isabella is a variant of Elizabeth.
Hopefully that helps! Good luck !
Merritt Elizabeth (too filler?)
I guess I'm leaning towards long frilly classics:)
I wouldn't feel obligated to use another -ley name...in fact, it could get pretty confusing!
With Hadley. & Presley I 'd stick with unisex or surname names though:
What about Amelia, Malia, or Milanna, with nn mia or Millie?
Love Evie from your list!
Nope it's prn Totally different and even if you did hear I.v there isn't anything wrong with it...versus a name like Penelope where I can't get past the "pee" ending for some reason.
Ivy is super...
December 29th, 2013, 11:34 AM
I love all your choices separately, but Lillian Heather Rose is way too floral-and I love floral nature-y names.
Obviously Lillian is very special to you so I say keep that (or Lily) as a first or...
I voted Charlotte Belle and then realized ....
Charlotte B. Gross does not work:/
My vote goes to Louise or Noel
December 22nd, 2013, 03:54 PM
I much prefer two middles but Augusta is not my cup of tea...
Ivy Caroline is very pretty!
Ivy 1or2syllablemiddlename Caroline would get my vote!
Noah and Ivy sound perfect together!
I envision sweet & pretty when I hear Ivy:)
I agree with pp Ivy Caroline is perfection! Ivy Carole doesn't have the best flow but I like the sentiment:) ...
Charlotte Elizabeth is my fav from your list. Very pretty, but also very popular...I know lots of baby Charlottes!
Eliza Charlotte would be nice too!
Charlotte reminds me of more romantic...
December 16th, 2013, 02:34 AM
Keely is the most feminine IMO so that got my vote!
I like the Harlow, Marlowe, Emery suggestion or maybe:
Parker, Bennett, and
December 7th, 2013, 01:30 AM
In no particular order...
Snow or Winter
Amelia Grace is beautiful! While I like the thought of using a family name Hyla is rather mismatched with Amelia and it leaves Amelia without a family connection. If Elizabeth is a family name maybe...
November 26th, 2013, 10:21 PM
Wayne-especially as a middle name! Also, Dwayne. And Dwight
Ray and Rae
Hmmm... I like the idea of a classic with an edgy nn...
Caroline nn Callie or Ollie?!
Magnolia nn Maggie
Elizabeth nn Lizzie really seems fitting to me.
Savannah, Darcy, and Harper
When I say it out loud it sounds too close to Carissa-though I love Carissa it might get old having to correct and spell the name. I like the idea of just using Christian or chrysanthemum.
Love Talulah...I think there are two spellings...one might be native American? Love the nn lulu:)
November 25th, 2013, 01:08 AM
Ok so I'm probably way off here but isn't Persephone a Greek name? Persephone nn Sophie, penny or poppy!
Maria and Sophia do sound very pretty and classic together though!
November 20th, 2013, 01:56 AM
Lily would totally get my vote but every little girl is named lily. Lila is so sweet & a bit more unexpected. Charlotte is lovely...too tough for me to choose!
Lila Charlotte would be amazing!
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