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Adelaide Ruth is gorgeous and you also get to use Ada as a nn. I also like the flow of a 3 syl fn with a 2 syl ln.
What a lovely list of names! I voted for Delphine because it is one of my very favorite French names. I love the sleekness of it and the meaning "Dolphin".
I love Ruth and nn Ruthie! I would avoid Esther b/c it starts with an E like Eve. Also Esther is a wonderful name with a beautiful meaning, history, literature behind it, but unfortunately I kne a...
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December 8th, 2014, 07:08 PM
I'd like to suggest Saffron, one of my favorite word names. It would go great with a lot of fns on your list. For example, I really like Ophelia Saffron and Romilly Saffron. You have great lists!
I love Emma, it's too bad it is so ubiquitous. The first name that popped in my head is Gemma, a name in it's own right.
December 2nd, 2014, 11:33 AM
Reminds me of the yogurt co. Dannon
I like the suggestions of Essie and Tally or Tali (my friend goes by this, prn tall-ee)
Rose, Kate and Amy would make a nice sibset to me. Rose and Amy are sweet and vintage and Kate has spunk. I prefer a full name on the birth certificate though. Adele is a great choice except to me...
I have adored Maxine for a couple of years now, I think it's ready for a comeback and will. It's on the cutting edge I think b/c people who like Max variants for boys may become interested in it for...
I just wanted to say Thomas is one of my favorite names ever.
I love Cosmo!
November 30th, 2014, 06:56 PM
These are my favorites, I * my super faves.
Winnie can be a nn for Wilhelmina. Poppy could be Persephone, it's less popular than Penelope. I think Phoebe has a similar sound to Poppy but is more mature and would grow with the child in to an...
November 30th, 2014, 12:40 PM
I would avoid Elsa because it also ends in sa or that would be my first pick because it feels the most vintage and underused like Louisa is.
Rebecca and Abigail are ok but don't do much for me, a...
Congratulations on the safe arrival of your baby girl! I love Felix Elliot, two of my favorite names. You could go in to different directions with Felix. Scout is such a cool mn, I would avoid a...
November 21st, 2014, 03:28 PM
Phoebe and margot are a perfect set. LOVE!
We have the same surname! I think it sounds great, and I wouldn't worry about the connection to the actress. It's not a big deal, especially if Juliette is THE ONE.
I think it's great!
November 18th, 2014, 02:26 PM
Hi, I like your list!
Darius 'Darry' Justin - both names have us in them, I would go with a different mn
Jude Lawrence - I like this I'm a fan of both names and they flow well
May 27th, 2014, 09:29 AM
I prefer Ivy to Ivey (she would probably have to spell it out her whole life). Ivy Noelle is very sweet!
May 27th, 2014, 09:12 AM
I actually know a Carrigan, in her late 20s, but I don't like a surname paired with the simple, sweet, vintage Ada. My favorite choice to get to Carrie would be Caroline. I love the suggestion of...
They are all lovely names, my final decision would be based on how it flows with your surname, but my top 3 are Phoebe, Imogen and Nina.
I agree with pp's, it's a great name!
May 27th, 2014, 08:54 AM
I love Annabel Suzanne Grant!
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