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Aurora Bea is darling! It's soft and romantic but also spunky and lively.
Suggestions for a sister to Violet and Margot?
Yesterday, 01:20 AM
Zoe is nice, the rest are NMS.
I think it sounds fresh again and very cool and sophisticated.
Max and Ella go perfectly together!
I agree with everyone else on Josephine Maple. Wonderful choice.
I love it, I've been thinking about it a lot more since I recently saw a perfume with the name Oceane at the anthropology store. I think it's very pretty and alluring.
July 27th, 2015, 11:36 PM
Something like Pe'Tehn. I assumed it was supposed to be an alternative spelling for Peyton after I initially pronounced it like puh-ten in my head.
Thanks everyone. I liked the suggestions of Poppy, Posey, Flora, Ivy, and Celeste. I've thought of just about all of these so it's good to know others feel that these would make a good sibset. I'm...
Poll: Another vote for Stella.
Another vote for Stella.
Thanks everyone. I'm liking June, Jane, Audrey and Daphne. Any others?
Max and Lucy compliment each other best.
July 27th, 2015, 12:14 AM
Maria, Antonia and Lucia!
Would love some suggestions for a sister to Violet and Margot.
July 21st, 2015, 10:41 PM
Eliza feels fresher and more vibrant to me right now.
July 21st, 2015, 06:20 PM
Arcadia NN Ari would be my favorite. Have you also thought of Astoria NN Story?
Oh ok Willa Cecile for sure then. Sharing the same middle might be something they could love or hate when they're older but I wouldn't take any chances so I'd give them each their own middle name.
Willa Frances is really lovely! It could become a little more popular but nowhere near Emma, Sophia and Isabella.
I think it's a nice name that would be fitting on a little girl or adult woman and the NN Hol, Oly or even Lissy would be sweet.
Sage Alexandra and Hazel Katherine or Hazel Margaret.
July 21st, 2015, 11:41 AM
I think Claire or Nora fit in better with your boys names.
July 21st, 2015, 11:37 AM
Georgia Ivy and Willa Ivy were my first thoughts.
I think Eleanora is a classic, elegant choice and the NN Nora is sweet. I'd go with Eleonora Beatrice Jane.
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