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How do you feel about the name Paige? It is occasionally on my list, but I'm never quite sure if it's too short and sweet.
Those were at the top of my list as well.
What do you think of these potential names as sisters to Morgan (girl)? I'm trying to narrow down the list. Other suggestions welcome, thanks!!
Ashlinn/Aisling (I can't decide if I should...
February 5th, 2014, 09:24 AM
Lottie and Eliza
I don't think they are close enough for anyone to think that.
Olivia- yes, it's popular. But, it's popular because if a beautiful name. If you are afraid of the popularity- use it as a middle or I suggest Livia, Lavinia, or Liv.
Anna- very classic choice. I...
February 5th, 2014, 07:00 AM
I like your suggestion if Emma Hope.
February 5th, 2014, 06:54 AM
I think Avery sounds better with Ada.
Thanks everyone! I feel much better about using Morgan now!
I like Harper and Hadley.
Yes- most of the Ellie's I know are under 5. I was just considering the name Eleanor and didn't know if she could end up in a class full of Ellie's eventually because of all the names that use it as...
How popular do you think the name Ellie, really is? I see many parents choosing Elizabeth, Ellison, Ellery, Eliza, Eloise, etc. and not to mention that I know small Danielle who all go by Ellie.
Isobel, Violet and Claire are 3 of my favorites! I feel better that they're still usable!
We have settled on Morgan as our first choice for a girls name. Morgan is a family surname, so I like that it has some sentimental meaning to it. However, my only reservation is that I can't seem to...
January 31st, 2014, 09:15 PM
1. Finley Grace
2. Francesca Blaire
3. Fern Mackenzie
4. Flora Margery
5. Fiona Louise
6. Flannery Jayne
7. Fallon Margaret
8. Florence Greer
9. Farley Elizabeth
10. Felicity Maeve
January 28th, 2014, 10:33 AM
Gentry and Garland. I love them, but I just think they are a bit over the top to have real potential for me.
How about Perla or Paloma?
I think it's american dad that has the Francine.
I think Francine doesn't really need a nickname, it's not very long. I think Nancy or Annie were good suggestions though.
You know nothing about me. It's incredibly rude to be so judgmental of a persons socio-political beliefs based simply on something as non-consequential as an inquiry into a baby name.
This may be...
Thanks for your opinions everyone! I've decided to add Dylan to my list. And I do not think that choosing a traditionally male name for a female child would make me any less of a feminist.
Agreed! I just asked about the name Dylan- this doesn't need to become a battle of unisex names. Names are subjective- there is no right or wrong.
Yes! Meeting a woman with the name really made a difference.
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