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July 19th, 2015, 03:05 PM
I don't think it's a big deal either. As most won't even know your sons middle name. You could do Lenore as another suggested. Or Lenora
My best friend is named Cardin (a girl.) I think it's sweet, unheard of, and not too unique.
I love Tess. My name is Tessi and sometimes wished it were just Tess. I also thought of:
I love Tess and Hattie. So cute!
I think Cora or Violet would be good with sister's names.
I also thought of Ivy, Mae, Lena, Clara.
The suggestion of June is great too.
I love Juliette or Sylvie with the sisters names. I also agree with Sylvie Claire as a pretty option to keep middles as one-syllable. Good luck!
I love Liam and Leo, both great options. A few that came to mind:
I pulled a few names from Classic Boys Names Below the Top 1000 Maybe that list will help?...
February 18th, 2013, 02:30 PM
I love the suggestions of
Eloise (nn Elle or Ellie)
Henrietta (nn Hattie)
February 18th, 2013, 12:41 PM
Do you feel Aida is feminine enough with Quincy?
February 14th, 2013, 02:23 PM
Thanks for all of your help. I'm seeing a lot of likes towards Quincy Grace, that was our first love with Quincy, but it didn't have as much sentimental meaning for us. I do like Delaney Cherie,...
I think Coralie is perfect with sister Annabelle!
February 11th, 2013, 07:49 PM
I had thought of Nadia a while back and loved it but DH did not approve :(
I'm glad you say that Quincy Aida sounds good to your ear, because that was the reason I wasn't so sure...
February 11th, 2013, 06:57 PM
DH and I need some help. We are pretty set on the first name of Quincy with a back up of Delaney for our sweet little girl. But we are having a hard time with a middle name. We would really like to...
I agree with this. I really enjoy the name Greta.
I prefer Eleanor which is the more common spelling. Which also would avoid her name being spelled wrong consistently.
I would pronounce it like you are saying, although some may say it like Sarah.
I hadn't heard of Asa until recently. But I met a little boy with this name and he made the name even better! I think it's a great unheard of name.
This is a name on our boys list too. I have the same kind of worries as you- if people will think we made it up because of current trends. Unfortunately they may... But I still think it's great...
I am due in 3 weeks with a baby girl and Quincy is our number one :) So of course I love Quincy Jane! I think as long as you don't call Finley "Fin" and Quincy "Quin" you would be fine to name her...
February 6th, 2013, 12:16 AM
My first guess was sim-bree but I might say sim-ber.
February 4th, 2013, 03:22 PM
I would think Andy is the easiest. But they are all easy enough to say.
It seems that you like more unusual names. The one that came to mind when reading your post was Maverick. A few more suggestions:
February 4th, 2013, 03:07 PM
I also like Samuel Garrison the most. If you are wanting something a little less common I did think of Samson Graham.
I agree with most other posts. Briar Rose makes me think of Sleeping Beauty. I love the suggestion of Briar Rosalie. Although they share the same sound in the middle with the "r".
I also love the sound of Dante Amari. Dante isn't too popular and goes nice with Airam.
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