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I really like Melissa, Cindy and Julie. Lisa, Lynn and Marilyn I also like:)
This name is very common in my country. I can't really see why it wouldn't work elsewhere, the Ebbas that I know of haven't had any problems abroad that I know of. Most of them are young though:)
I much prefer Flora over Florence, and Florence seems a bit long next to Sylvya. Flora Josephine is darling:) I also like Flora Constance. Good luck:)
Isobel, no question about it. It's one of the most beautiful names I know, maybe even the most beautiful.
I voted for Signe! My favourite S names are:
I suggest Fenja, Lovisa and Vendela. Works in English and are kind of on trend in Sweden.
Violet Persephone Mae.
I like both but with your kids' names I prefer Ania:) Ania Lillian, perhaps?
I like them all but voted for Adele:) also like Adelina a lot.
It's perfect simply because it's stacked with meaning for you:) I love that!
November 22nd, 2013, 04:25 AM
They are a bit similar but I really like them together:)
Arabella or Seraphina! :)
I prefer Alyssa:) suggestions: Melissa, Felicia, Lovisa or Elysia. Good luck!
November 15th, 2013, 03:17 PM
Rosabel is one of the most beautiful names I know. :)
Oh I think I just died! Such great options!:) My favorite is Hermione Fleur followed by Ginevra Fleur and then Lily Rowena. Rowena Lily is also nice, but the others... wow! Good luck!:)
November 11th, 2013, 09:09 AM
I really like Daisy Isobel:)
AHV-uh-leen. Very pretty:)
I actually like Apple:) it's crisp and preppy, but not for everybody I guess.
November 6th, 2013, 05:17 PM
I second this!:)
ELL-oh-dee:) at least in English;)
They are both lovely names and I don't think they're too similar for sisters:)
I like them all! Hazel and Jasmine are a bit matchy with Maple, but it's not that bad. Penelope is very pretty but also much frillier than Maple, are you OK with that? I'd suggest something like...
November 6th, 2013, 02:18 PM
Don't have any good suggestions, just wanted to say that Pippa means 'to screw' in Swedish, so I think it's a good idea to have Pippa as a nn rather than first name:) That's just my opinion of...
Lumi- Finnish word for snow
Vinter- Swedish word for winter
Snö- Swedish word for snow (just kidding:))
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