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I like Aria Brooke best off the list and agree with above poster regarding similar sounds. I will also say with Aria being a musical word name, I'm somewhat reluctant to recommend a word name middle....
June 25th, 2015, 04:33 PM
I think Joni is an uncommon choice, particularly today, and it makes me think of Joni Mitchell. Not a bad thing, but a stand out among Olivia and Emma! It's a little more rough and rugged. Joni Merle...
I think they're great, for girls or boys! I love Spencer on a girl. I have heard Spenser to be the "girl" spelling, but I like the classic Spencer. I have two female cousins, Spenser and Sydney, who...
Like all but prefer Sutton and Spencer as they are less commonplace with all the Em- names.
Sutton Olivia works better than Sutton Penelope. Or something like Sutton Amelia.
To tweak the names on your list a bit, I'd suggest Cecily and Colette.
I really don't think it's ridiculous to use SR again - it's a nice link to both her sisters! With Saphina Ruby and Scarlet...
I prefer the jaunty sound of Pippa Won and Willa Won over Imogen Won, as both end in N. Willa seems serious enough to bypass the alliteration issue (and even a name like Parker Posey didn't hold her...
I prefer similar looking Abilene, but I definitely think it is usable and charming!
Aibileen seems like she might have a sister called Hosanna, Rebekah, Miriam, Florence, Felicity, or Glory.
Ella Beatrix was a lovely suggestion! Ella Kate is cute. I can't decide if I like Ella Catherine or Ella Katherine or Ella Katharine best, but I'm leaning toward a K myself...
February 27th, 2015, 06:54 PM
I like the flow of Lola James and how the masculine name balances uber femme Lola. But, with Izzy Rose, Lola Violet (matching in florals), Lola Bea (matching in cutesy nickname feel), or Lola Bette...
I like Mariella and Rosetta together - actually, I like Mariella and Rosanna better - but I'm fussy about same endings, too. Hm. A smoosh that doesn't end in A seems hard to find! And one that...
Oh, ha, that was dense of me! Well, I don't want to lay claim to Eliza Wren, as I suppose I may never use it, but that's very kind of you, considering its my favorite.
I love Eliza Felicity! I was...
Hm. I totally get that seeing YOUR (child's) name everyone on everyone else's child (or, God forbid, pet) is a little bit of a blow to the special factor. But the fact that I loved the name and loved...
February 2nd, 2015, 08:22 PM
They are on trend. Does that mean they are used more often? Yes. But not necessarily a bad thing.
The only -Bella name I truly love is Arabella. I generally prefer -bel or -el names, like Mariel...
Ha, I happily blamed, then. I mean, I get what you're saying about rankings, but that doesn't mean there are suddenly a billion Eliza's everywhere. Look at the numbers. My issue is Eliza getting lost...
Adam Sandler has a daughter named Sunny Madeline. I think if you go with a classic no-nonsense name, in the middle, it will be fine.
Or, use Sunny as a nickname? Susanna, Sunniva, etc.?
Well, I love Eliza. It is my favorite name. It replaced Lydia for me, and I couldn't see popularity bothering me enough to cut it off the list. But, then again, I'm not too concerned with...
Eben, Bode, Cael, and:
February 2nd, 2015, 01:22 PM
Ainsley and Hadley, while I do like them, feel off with the very classic William. Similarly, Lila and Keira feel a little too light and modern.
That leaves Annabelle, Evelyn, and Genevieve. I...
February 2nd, 2015, 09:40 AM
Goodness, I actually love them all. I'll go Juliet, Scarlett, and Rosalie. Such good names!
PS I like Jules for Juliet and Scout for Scarlett as nicknames.
February 2nd, 2015, 01:47 AM
Those are my favorites!
I think Elsa is so sweet with Heidi, Rhys, and Griffin! But I undertand your concern. I think it would be alright personally.
I think Emma is more likely to get lumped with Sophie than Leonie. It's a stand out name! Gorgeous. I agree that it feels like an import, semi hipster (but not really - hipster feels like Atticus,...
I'd absolutely go with a classic with minimal flair, to let Sunny do the talking.
Sunny Josephine ...
Wow! Your other names are really, uh, varied! Of those, Rosalie has exactly the same image as Leonie to me. Elegant, subtle glamor, rich, luxe, sophisticated, feminine, and vintage. And, yes, French...
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