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August 21st, 2014, 05:48 PM
Veronica: Olive skinned, long black hair with bangs. Slim, wears pink and light colors
Sabrina: Very similar to Veronica but with no bangs and wavy black hair, may wear darker colors
August 21st, 2014, 05:38 PM
Congratulations! I have seen your posts and I am happy you've finally chosen Lucy :) Brynn & Lucy are lovely. Good luck with delivery and keep us posted on what you choose!
Caroline vs Charlotte: Ooooh, this is hard, but I have to say Charlotte.
Lorelei vs Lorraine: Lorraine, though I dislike both
Rose vs Rosalie: Rose (simpler is better in my book)
All of these are fine as middle names, but here's my opinions on first names:
I really don't like it, it's too Darth Vader with a Boston accent
I really dislike Nirvana. I definitely think of the band, and while it may be dated for your daughter, the older generation (her employers and HR depts) would always think of it.
That being said, if...
Ines is much softer
I think Blanche is a beautiful name and I could see a girl wearing it well!
I think Ella works better with E middle names.
Elle Elizabeth vs Ella Elizabeth
Elle Emilie vs Ella Emilie
Elle can also be short for other names, such as: Arielle, Gabrielle,...
Mine isn't listed: Liora!
August 11th, 2014, 01:10 AM
Sophia - I really love Sophia. Elegant, stylish, and sophisticated, it makes sense it's in the top 10.
Emma - I prefer Emily. Emma just sounds dated to me, even though it's not
Isabella - Way...
August 11th, 2014, 01:07 AM
Definitely Zoe. The l's in Juliet and Lily are a lot paired with your last name, and Zoe and Aria have the same feel without being too matchy.
I don't like it, reminds me of Darth Vader with a Boston accent
Keep Jade!!! Marley Jade is beautiful
Congratulations! I prefer Aurora, definitely, and it's not necessarily a delicate name. A mixture of the two would be Nora or Eleanora. Nova Bryony Juno sounds very trendy to me. Let us know what you...
I like Violet and Olive. They're names enough and in the same style with very distinct sounds!
Thank you so much! I say it like TAL-ee-uh, if that helps. Of the rest you've mentioned I only like Lydia but that's my best friend's name. The others might be a little too frilly for my taste. Thank...
My top 15:
3. Alanna nn Lana
Thank you for your feedback! I like Alanna Liora but that would make three names with an -ah sound and I dislike that there would be two in most cases anyway.
I say Aria. It won't get mispronounced and isn't even that popular! Or of course, a hybrid of the two is Amelia.
I'm collecting names. Last name sounds similar to Scuba.
Here are my ideas:
I like it a lot! Nice flow for three names :)
Oooh, this is fun! Thanks =)
A - Audrey, Audra, Ava, Avery, Alanna, Arielle
B - Brighton, Bay
C - Charlotte, Cara, Catherine
D - Daisy
E - Emma
H - Hannah
August 4th, 2014, 11:16 PM
Of your combos, I LOVE Noelle Aria. It's absolutely beautiful!
I really like the suggestion of Allegra.
You might like:
Artemis (maybe too 'out there'?)
Mila and Nora are totally fine! In fact they are rather sweet. If you want, you can opt for longer names, like Eleanora and Amelia.
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