Type: Posts; User: gabriela
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October 11th, 2015, 12:48 AM
As another poster said, I would choose one name, then we can help finding something to pair well with it. The possibilities are endless. Some names I like that would go well with your boys:
I don't like Gretel at all. Elsa is too connected for Frozen and Gretel with it, it's just over the top in my opinion.
You could just name your daughter Elizabeth and call her Elsa so that if it's...
Vita is an acceptable nickname for Victoria, which is a beautiful name.
I like Nora Gray, but like it as a nickname for something, maybe Eleanor or Eleanora?
Eden Elizabeth is beautiful!
Ellie (prefer it short for something like Elena or Eleanor) is my favorite. I like Zoe too. Harper is okay.
June 8th, 2015, 06:15 PM
They sound alike, but I don't think it's a bad thing, unless you're planning on naming sisters with these names. Otherwise, I think it's fine as there are a lot of names that sound alike in the...
Using Lake as a first name makes it very tricky because it sounds like you're naming a body of water. Lake Isobel is like the name of a lake rather than a name. I would vote for an established, known...
It's a nickname, in my opinion. Shouldn't be used as a full name. It can be used as a nickname for most M names that have an n. Madeline, Millicent, Mina, etc.
May 25th, 2015, 06:26 PM
That's what NICKNAME is for, in my opinion, not a middle name. Middle names should be actual names, not something you'd name your pet parakeet.
The only one that flows is Claire Olivia.
I think it would be really mean to saddle a child with this name. Sorry.
April 27th, 2015, 08:29 PM
I prefer Frances Eleanor (I actually know one who goes by Ellie). I'm not a fan of Frances as it does sound very old-lady to me. Have you considered Francesca?
April 26th, 2015, 07:46 PM
Love Kate Victoria and think it goes beautifully with Brooke Eleanor.
Anneliese is gorgeous. For middles, I like:
It's also a phrase, which makes it a horrible choice for a name, in my opinion. You're naming a baby, not a book. I'd stick to legitimate names and not try to make a phrase out of your baby's name....
Emmeline Ada flows much better.
April 5th, 2015, 06:08 PM
Don't do it. If you wouldn't name your child Halloween, don't name her Easter.
April 4th, 2015, 09:09 PM
Ainsley! Beautiful sibset!
Eleanor Elizabeth is gorgeous!
I prefer Natalia.
I know this name is very popular and people love it, but I'm not a fan. I can't get past the spider reference.
A names I like:
Aislinn (prn Ashlen or Ashleen, depending on preference)
Acacia (prn uh-kay-sha)
Abigail (I know it's popular and boring, but I...
I love Ainsley. It's beautiful.
I agree with the suggestion of using Eleanor Sophie. I think that combination flows better and is prettier too. I disagree with the above poster who said you should still hold on to Sophie Eleanor....
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