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I think it's too assumed that all Lizzie's are Elizabeth's (or maybe Lisette once in a blue moon). I say it works as a small , stretch, so I vote yes. if you really love Lizzy, since it's not very...
Cute! I like Maebry more with the spelling Mabry and something more classical for the middle, but what you have is nice.
@lovemysweeties will be thrilled to see another Maebry lover.
The only Thalia I know pronounces it Thay-lee-uh, so these are two completely different names to me. I prefer Talia.
My favorite is Francesca, she's so pretty and Italian, reminding of a flowered veranda under a Tuscan sun.
July 26th, 2014, 02:40 PM
I love Callista! The rest are in the realm realm of what I consider trendy especially Declynn and Rylynn. I like Declan and Rylan for boys, and Kingsley for a boy as well. Finley isn't bad but still...
July 26th, 2014, 10:25 AM
I'm loving Daisy as a middle name lately. It seems to make everything more charming. I also love Cordelia, Seraphine, Maeve, Joy, and Sage.
When I made suggestions for first names to go with Rhiannon on your other post, I considered Willow, but w and r can get a little messy to me when they are right next to each other. Maybe that's just...
July 25th, 2014, 08:46 PM
The ones I'm intrigued by:
Lucinda Louise - such charming alliteration! I wonder if she'll be called Lulu
Evie Grace - the name itself is kind of yawn but I love Hannah, Lily, and Evie as sisters...
July 25th, 2014, 08:32 PM
I agree they go together well and they certainly sound like they belong in the same decade. The middle names are nice too, and I think it's a nice set.
July 25th, 2014, 08:19 PM
Rhiannon is fun to work with as a middle name. It's much harder to find a middle name for it!
Elzy would be fantastic. Someone mentioned that on NB once.
Like meeting a unicorn, oh my gosh that's hilarious.
I've recently started to warm up to Mabry. If you all remember When Jenna Bush Hager had her daughter she named her Margaret Laura (her grad...
July 25th, 2014, 12:00 AM
I think it's fine. I love the name Holiday nn Holly and am subject to the unfortunate coincidence that I, on an impulsive eleven year old whim, named my antisocial cat of three years Holly. However,...
This right here is my eternal struggle. I can never find a middle for Rhiannon! None of these ever sparked with me, but maybe they'll suit you.
Maybe it's better than before, but it's still very different an more irksome than before. I'm still getting 3+ pop ups just from scrolling the pages of this thread!
I would be surprised to see a secular family with a little girl named Mary to be honest. I wouldn't worry about the teasing potential though. I also don't think the Christmas thing is an issue,...
I like Eisele! My first thought was Eisele Rain. It makes me think of balmy rain like a Storm at the shore. I like Angelica's suggestion of Eisley if you're worried about pronunciation. Though to a...
Sorry Vespertine, I think Peony is perpetually ill suited to be a girls name no matter how lovely the flowers. I can't imagine anyone under the age of twenty taking someone named Peony seriously. It...
July 23rd, 2014, 04:25 PM
Easter: I think it makes a cute name, though I'm fairly certain you'll get a lot of raised eyebrows from other people.
Charlett: I would stick with Charlotte.
Altagrazia: It just sounds like an...
July 23rd, 2014, 03:50 PM
No, I think it works splendidly!
I voted for Aria Rosalie and Gracie Valentina but I really wanted Aria Primrose and Gracie Valentina. I would like Rosalie with Grace, but not with Gracie. They all are really cute though - not an...
Olympia, Elysia, and Arcadia (a little cheesy, I know)
Sage and Brynn
Snow and Fleur
Amaryllis and Seraphina
Elodie, Jessamine, and Marigold
Anastasia and Octavia
July 22nd, 2014, 10:55 PM
Bay would be adorable, and I think would be a perfect way to distinguish your daughter from yourself without taking away the connection. Bailey Ann "Bay" is golden.
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