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Jaycee/Jaycie, Jaylie, Jailynn, Ja(y)da?
Nicodem makes me think of Nicoderm, the stop smoking gum.
I do like Nicolai, Nicola and Nicodemus, though.
March 23rd, 2014, 11:25 PM
Our boy name will likely be either
DH has loved the name Orion since before our first DD (whos now 3) was born, and Vincent is his grandfather that...
March 23rd, 2014, 11:22 PM
Im not quite certain how you get the nickname "Valerie" from Cheryl...
I agree with the other poster that said the name was a bit heavy. Both names are stronger names, so the two together seems a bit much.
I appreciate all of the feedback...you have certainly given me things to think about!
Im second guessing Naomi. I love the name itself, and if this were my first child it would be absolutely my...
March 20th, 2014, 10:52 PM
I agree with most of what the other posters said about maybe avoiding the "ly" names a little more than the "y" names.
Ruby Kelly (example) seems okay to me, whereas IMO Holly Kelly or Everly...
Annabel and Hazel are my favorites on your list, but I think I like Eve or Hazel best with Audrey.
I think it entirely depends on the name(s) its paired with!!
I think Grace could work as a first name a little easier than Faye. Faye isnt as common as a first name, but could still be very pretty...
Hello. DD is 3, and is Fiona Rose.
We are pregnant again, due early September, and stuck on a girl name!!
Some top ones we are throwing around are: Naomi, Camille and Julia.
If we used...
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