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July 14th, 2015, 01:51 PM
Alida Coral Winsome Pardy
Eloise Coral Primrose Pardy
Gemma Pearl Cosette Pardy
Iris Emerald Jewel Pardy
Althea Jewel Celeste Pardy
Louisa Jewel Verbena Pardy
Mix or match
Evelina Ann? It is an actual name and though older than Evelyn a fresher sounding option. Of the three you list, I prefer Genevieve.
Very feminine! Not my style but lovely; sounds like an Italian-French countess.
July 4th, 2015, 03:46 PM
I feel your pain on Emma; lovely name and deservedly popular. My suggestions for a first name to pair with the gorgeous Lucia:
Lillian Lucia (if you like alliteration)
June 27th, 2015, 08:48 AM
Love Ada and Iris!
June 27th, 2015, 08:42 AM
I have to say while I like Mallory well enough, Malarie looks like malaria. I voted for Lillian.
June 26th, 2015, 02:31 PM
Margo Isabel would be nice as well.
Layla Grace is lovely with Sienna Rose. I prefer Leila, but then you get pronunciation issues.
Blakely isn't my style either, but your other two kids have wonderful names.
Caleb, Kassia, and
I can't say I like either. Kennedy was very trendy, and I believe well past its "fresh" date. The same can be said of Madalyn, though it is a more classic name. Maddie is a given with Madalyn. ...
Author Vita Sackville-West's full name was Victoria.
June 19th, 2015, 07:43 PM
Wren is my favorite of your choices. I agree with another poster that a more feminine name would be a benefit, especially after Ashton Kutcher's daughter, Wyatt.
I really like Cana. My husband and I went to the Cana Island lighthouse in Door County on our first date, so it is a sentimental favorite as well a biblical place name.
June 19th, 2015, 06:23 PM
I can imagine a baby named Mary-Jane. I don't care for the hyphen. I can think of a lot of items referred to as Mary Jane; shoes, candy, drugs, Spiderman's girlfriend. I like Mary with a more...
Sydney is one of the few androgynous names I really like. I find Ashley, Courtney, and Whitney very dated, but still like Sydney, especially with a feminine middle name like Sydney Rebecca or Sydney...
Blaise and Foster are boys names for me. Aviva would be my favorite.
June 19th, 2015, 05:51 PM
I know a young woman named Lydia. Very intelligent, musical, and stylish. All Lydia's will be different, but it is a lovely name. If you've ever seen, " The Philadelphia Story", you will remember...
June 7th, 2015, 02:38 PM
Natalie Rose Aston
Melanie Grace Aston
Rebecca Louise Aston
Juliet Camille Aston
Monica Jane Aston
Greta Nicole Aston
Lainie Michele Aston
Sabrina Gayle Aston
Joely Brooke Aston
This may have already been suggested, but have you considered naming your daughter Jude? Clare has been used for both genders for ages, and Jude has a similar history, albeit a more masculine...
I like Estella and Arden. I would also like Gilda if it was pronounced "Jzeel dah" like I hear in the opera. :)
I know a little girl name Anneli pronounced "awn a lee". I think is a traditional Finnish name.
I love Iris, but in this case I think Maris would be a better fit. I don't care for Mavis, though I really like Maeve.
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