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I should mention these names are for both first and/or middles.
@niteowl13 I like that combo too! Hubby is a stickler for the more Irish spelling/pron of this one though.
We're expecting a girl in October, so we have time.
Would love combo suggestions/commentary on our Irish American list.
I'm from CA and like less common names and/or nickname options. Hubby is...
I like Ainsley.
But since you have three other more masculine names, I'm assuming that's your preference.
I'd say "River" for you, as it is more gender neutral.
Love these suggestions!
I know a Naya Lucia. I think it's adorable!
I like Blythe.
But perhaps since you're still looking...
I have no problem using Irish spellings as long as you're going to use the correct Irish pronunciation.
The only reason I'd opt to spell Saoirse differently is if hubby insisted on the...
Paul Newman's daughter went my Clea and her birth name was Claire.
I personally love it. But it also sounds like the kind of name someone might like and for some reason the kid decides otherwise...
I know a Pippa, short for Penelope.
I also think it'd be cute as a female nn for the usually male name Peregrine.
How about Lyra?
Uses the "Y" and spelled with a Y originally.
Though the Y in Lyla doesn't seem out of place to me.
Saoirse is on our list. DH is a Dubliner. The only trouble is we like the slight mispronunciation "Sor-sha." And for that reason it might have to come off the list.
DH wants to use the Irish...
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