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I think Eve in the middle, but Devon is a type of lunch meat in Australia; I can only think of meat when I see that name!
I think Mitchell works well with your sibset and last name.
I don't consider it 'redneck' as a pp commented, it feels a tiny bit dated to me, but I still like it!
My brother in law is Mitchell...
I'm not fond of Paisley at all, it does seem feminine to me in the slightest.
I voted for Josephine as it flows best with Paisley and gives her a more classic option.
I have only ever met boys with the name Blaire (they spelled it with an 'e').
My favourite by far is Adelaide, it's gorgeous. Zoe is my second favourite, but I think Adelaide is the most lovely name on your list.
Elliot, Peyton and Madison are all sound rather masculine to me...
Phoebe, Olive and:
Oh, I love it! Jonah Reid will fit in perfectly with your well named family. I love Nathan, Lucy and Alexander in particular!
I have that feeling quite often! It must be the softness in both Jeff and Seth that you are drawn to.
My non-negotiable is Eliza, but I also love Elsa, Elodie and Eleanora :( too close.
December 7th, 2013, 12:31 AM
My name is Grace and it means 'a gift from God'.
I have Asher Bennett on my list. Also:
Could you break it up with a shorter name in between?
Sabrina Mae Zaharinka
Sabrina Claire Zaharinka
Sabrina Fleur Zaharinka
Sabrina Wren Zaharinka
Sabrina Grace Zaharinka
I wouldn't use a 'feminized' version of Zachary, it would look tacky IMO.
Zara, Zoe or Zalia could work :)
Here is a link to names with that meaning:...
I would consider Kaidan a popular type of name, but here are some suggestions that don't end in a anyway:
FYI Matilda can also be spelled Mathilda, but I know what you mean.
I think a one syllable name would make a sweet 3-2-1 flow:
I adore Elodie btw!
Elodie Harper Fleur
Elodie Harper Wren
Elodie Harper Claire
Elodie Harper Jane
Good luck finding Elodie's third...
I only like the Bailey spelling and I always assume Bailey's to be boys; it's decidedly masculine to me.
I am considering Liana Maeve :)
My name is Grace Caroline and I think that has the right amount of flow for a short first name, so I voted for Grace Clementine.
I once met a little girl named Grace Alexandra- how lovely!
November 28th, 2013, 09:42 AM
I have a cousin with this name, it is spelled 'Maliq'.
I don't really like it, but it might be what you're looking for :)
I know a little girl named Allirah, I feel most other spellings look tacky though.
Ada Vivienne is far from boring-quite lovely actually. She feels graceful and spunky and not too frilly...
If you love both names and can agree on them- go for it!
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