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Leo Atlas is so HANDSOME.
Elysia is definitely Eh-lee-see-ah while Alyssia would be Ah-lesh-a.:) Elysia is soo pretty!
November 8th, 2014, 04:05 AM
Voted for Svea :D but I think Greta would be absolutely awesome too!
I actually like Flora more than Luna, but I really appreciate the alliteration in Penelope Luna:)
Marigold is such a great name, and Goldie is adorable! I hope you go for it:)
October 24th, 2014, 02:59 AM
Honestly, you can't get it wrong with these alternatives:)
With Adeline I prefer Delilah, but Leonie is also great with big sis' name.
October 23rd, 2014, 05:55 PM
Lydia is absolutely beautiful and PERFECT with Eliza.
I'm sorry, but that's not a Swedish pronunciation. Noomi is said with a long oo-sound, kind of like somebody crying out 'Nooo!' If that makes sense:) It's a nice name!
I really love Fiona! However, with Oscar and Henry, I prefer Lydia (and Lydia is definitely awesome too). Lydia Camille and Fiona Camille are my preferred choices:)
I'm not a fan of Flicka, it means 'girl' in my language;) I second the suggestion of Effie, it's cute! Maybe Elsie? It's much of a stretch though...
Out of the two I prefer the latter, however, wouldn't Grace Lily Amélie be a nice compromise?:)
September 13th, 2014, 07:16 PM
Angela and Angelina:) Angeliki and Evangeline are quite nice too.
Pernilla or Petronella, perhaps?:) Petronella isn't really a Per-name but has some similarities.
Perhaps something along the lines of Cleo Graziella Pear?:)
Other random suggestions:
Cleo Demeter Fleur
Cleo Pomona Fiorella
Cleo Graziella Oceane
Cleo Pomeline Maia
Cleo Zinnia Pear
My first thought was actually Rosa:) Obviously, Clara is a great match with Rose then!
Clara & Elsa/Elsie
Clara & May
Clara & Sally/Sadie
Clara & Greta
Clara & Bette
It's a good combo (I appreciate the alliteration) and a good match with the siblings' names:)
Willa Virginia!! :)
I have a soft spot for Camille:)
Poppy Victoria is really great:)
I think it works:) both are very pretty! Elsie is a new love of mine:)
I prn it with four syllables but would definitely spell it Dorothea with both pronounciations. Dorthea looks wrong to me. Dorothea is lovely:)
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