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    I like Delphine. Del, Dellie, Della, Delphie,...

    I like Delphine. Del, Dellie, Della, Delphie, Fifi, Dephi could all be nicknames.
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    Poll: And Skye is the proper spelling if you name your...

    And Skye is the proper spelling if you name your child after the Scottish island of Skye.
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    How about: Avery Erin Ellery Erin Eliana...

    How about:

    Avery Erin
    Ellery Erin
    Eliana Erin
    Amaryllis Erin
    Juliet Erin
    Fiona Erin
    Briony Erin
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    Have you considered Linnea? A floral name like...

    Have you considered Linnea? A floral name like Flora, but more subtle and Scandinavian. :)
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    I think it's definitely usable.

    I think it's definitely usable.
  6. Laurel or Lorel Lake River Lark

    Laurel or Lorel
    Lake
    River
    Lark
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    I'm used to the French spelling Jocelyne (I have...

    I'm used to the French spelling Jocelyne (I have an uncle named Jocelyn, so it does seem a bit masculine to me. That being said, Jocelyn like this is also pronounced quite differently in French,...
  8. Some ideas: Elsa Louise Lena Thalia...

    Some ideas:
    Elsa
    Louise
    Lena
    Thalia
    Gabrielle
    Adele (shorter than Adelaide, may be easier to avoid nn)
    Naomi or Noemi
    Mara
    Natalia
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    Julia and Elizabeth are great together! :) And...

    Julia and Elizabeth are great together! :) And Elizabeth has such great nn possibilities. My favorites are Beth and Libby.
  10. Thread: Mary Jean

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    Poll: Mary, while a classic, looks a little...

    Mary, while a classic, looks a little dated/boring to me, to be honest. I'd pick Marie for a classy look, or Mairi (Scottish form of Mary) for a spunkier look, both pr Mah-ree. I'd keep Jean as a...
  11. Irisa is okay with the other two, but Elliora and...

    Irisa is okay with the other two, but Elliora and Aurelia together are a bit of a tongue twister because they're basically made up of the same sounds (exact same consonants and very very similar...
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    I would be a little weird IMO. How about full...

    I would be a little weird IMO. How about full name Dottie?
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    Maybe Chantal nn Shay?

    Maybe Chantal nn Shay?
  14. Thread: Help!

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    How about Cecelia nn CeeCee? :)

    How about Cecelia nn CeeCee? :)
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    Thanks everyone! I hadn't realized this post had...

    Thanks everyone! I hadn't realized this post had received more replies.

    So, at this point, our list goes as follows:
    1. A tie: Fiona (my favorite) and Elena nn Lena (my husband's - I love it too,...
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    Poll: Serena Couch, or: Celine Couch Marian Couch...

    Serena Couch, or:
    Celine Couch
    Marian Couch
    Maren Couch
    Estelle Couch
    Caroline Couch
    Genevieve Couch
    Evelyn Couch
    Zoe Couch
    Noemi or Naomi Couch
  17. If you don't mind boy names on girls, Kellan...

    If you don't mind boy names on girls, Kellan comes to mind (KELLy + meghAN). :)

    Also: Magalie (beginning of Meghan + ending of Kelly), a French name
  18. I think Agatha is super cute, but nn Aggie seems...

    I think Agatha is super cute, but nn Aggie seems more fitting than Hattie, which I would normally associate with Harriet.
  19. Thread: Ruth and ?

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    Connor, Ruth Catherine and Agatha Jane (nn Aggie)...

    Connor, Ruth Catherine and Agatha Jane (nn Aggie) is what comes to mind. :)
  20. Thanks everyone! I guess when it comes to teasing...

    Thanks everyone! I guess when it comes to teasing potential, there is worse. As for the Shrek association, I don't think it bothers be: princess Fiona is a kick-@ss princess. ;)

    My husband is not...
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    Not a fan, sorry, even for a boy. What would be...

    Not a fan, sorry, even for a boy. What would be the nickname, Murph? (And now that makes me think of the Smurfs!). I second the suggestion of Rooney. Btw, Miller is a handsome name for your son. :)
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    Super common where I grew up (Quebec), and I...

    Super common where I grew up (Quebec), and I never though it was weird when one sibling had a double-barrel name and the other didn't.

    Some ideas:
    Sarah-Maude
    Lily-Rose
    Sarah-Eve
    Leah-Rose...
  23. Lillian is lovely, less popular than Emily and...

    Lillian is lovely, less popular than Emily and less frilly than Liliana, and it goes great with her sisters. :)

    Lillian Emily Smith has a nice ring to it, I think.
  24. So am I being paranoid thinking she could get...

    So am I being paranoid thinking she could get teased about "on a car" or "own a car"? If so, that name may just go strait to the top of our list (if I can convince my husband). :)
  25. Fiona Carr - awkward, teasing potential, or cute?

    Hey guys! Here's one I'd really like to run by you. Fiona is among the names I've always had a soft spot for, but because of our last name I had ruled it out (that goes back to when we were naming...
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