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Instead of Bailey what about Bellamy? It sounds a bit fresher and has a nice meaning, plus the cute nn Bells. I like Lucille with it...both girls would have two l's in their names then, and they...
My favorite is Karensa/Karenza with the nn Wren. The name is beautiful, interesting, sweet yet energetic, and then there's that cute nn, too! Endellion is very pretty, too, but seems less 'name-like'...
My girls have a lovely little friend named Tula and I always liked her name. Tuulia seems very sweet, although the spelling might be a headache. I don't think the pronunciation is hard at all,...
I like Ophelia best of your choices - very pretty and romantic! But I think Odessa might be a fabulous choice....it's pretty, unusual, but still has that spunk and lilt that Calliope has, imo. Plus...
July 31st, 2015, 09:13 PM
Elke is great! I like Elke Louise and Elke Clementine both. I'm not a huge Dorothy fan, sorry! If you go with Elke Clementine you can call her El-C (Elsie) sometimes, too:)
Can you use Dane as the middle instead of Duane? And Ronan or Robin instead of Richard? I think Rafael Dane,,nn Rafe would be handsome! The R name in honor of your father Richard, and the Dane as an...
July 31st, 2015, 04:40 PM
I like Ronan Christopher! Holden seems too close to Harper, and Cameron and Rowan are both more commonly heard on girls in these parts. (Rowan is actually the name of my oldest son's girlfriend!)...
Mimma or Mimsy (CS Lewis!) or Milla:)
I think you should use Jeanette as the middle name (so pretty!) but then call her 'first name'_______ Jane. My personal favorite is Gypsy Jane but I realize that's a bit out there. But there are tons...
Geneva & Paloma would be pretty - and they both have a peace connection. Geneva and Rosalie or Coralie would be very sweet as well. I actually like the nn Gem for Geneva Marie (GM) and Coralie would...
July 30th, 2015, 02:24 AM
I vote for Evangeline! Gorgeous name and LOVE the nn Gigi with Vivi! Super sweet!
July 29th, 2015, 10:24 PM
What about Evangeline? Or Odessa? Genevieve and Lorelei? Genevieve and Francesca gets my vote out of your choices - all beautiful names!
July 29th, 2015, 08:05 PM
I, too, prefer Allora. Lyra is pretty as well. Loralei is my favorite version, though, and could be shortened to Lora on occasion.
I love Magdalene. Very lush and evocative. Magdalena is pretty as well, I just prefer Magdalene. I think Gala would be a sweet nn as well:)
July 26th, 2015, 09:40 PM
Antonia & Lucinda
Antonia & Fiamma
Antonia & Arabesque
Antonia & Satine
Antonia & Ravenna
Antonia & Sabella
Antonia & Cressida
Antonia & Revelie
Lovely name! Hope your baby girl is home with you soon....congratulations!
Awesome name! Congratulations!!
Lovely choice! Congratulations! Does she have a nn? Wondering what it might be:)
John Hutton! That's a lovely, strong, classic yet unique name. Then I would call him Hutton in everyday life. Henry, Annabel, & Hutton - adorable!
As a mom of identical twins I can verify that those names are way too similar. Remember, these girls will share almost everything in their lives, 24/7, until they are grown! Give them unique names to...
I love Marigold or Maribel with Cordelia! What about Rosamund or Rosalie instead of Rosemary? Ottilie, Teadora, Adelaida, or Lucinda would all be nice. Also, what about Gwennora or Gwenael, or...
July 21st, 2015, 12:26 PM
What about Esprit? Obviously pronunciation is an issue, but it's so pretty, the meaning is awesome, and it's a word most people already know, at least! Brio would be great, too - it means 'with fire,...
July 21st, 2015, 12:15 PM
Blythe! Then all three girls have an h in their name and visually I like that! Your three little hopes, your three little honeys:) Plus, all three names are completely different but sweet, soft, yet...
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