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I absolutely adore Chrysanthemum! I think it actually sounds great with your surname, too. Chrysanthemum K.ung sounds like the name of a superhero's mild-mannered alter ego or something (but like, in...
Arabella Elizabeth is a mouthful, but significance trumps flow--if you love it, use it! If not, I think Arabella Katherine is more interesting and flows better than Arabella Grace. All three are...
I really like Iona and Magdalena---I'd say Magdalena is the most obviously Christian name on your list, if that's a factor.
I really like Kira (spelled this way.) I think it's familiar but a little unexpected, which is nice. It has a vaguely international feel to it, too. I think it's an incredibly versatile name that...
July 6th, 2015, 02:39 PM
Some of these are on the weird side, but here you are:
July 5th, 2015, 01:05 PM
I think the reason Ada Wildflower makes such an attractive combo is because Ada is so simple and short, so I'd (mostly) apply the same thinking here.
From most to least favorite:
July 5th, 2015, 11:21 AM
I'd describe your style as bold and elegant, with an international flair.
Ooh. Pearl Tallulah Mary is awesome. Mary is like a cool, unexpected surprise at the end. And how often can that be said of Mary?
July 4th, 2015, 09:18 PM
I really like Ariel. Between the mermaid and the Shakespeare character, it's got a very smooth, elemental feel to it. I think it rolls off the tongue really pleasantly. Like pp, I prefer the Ariel...
Are there any variations of Emily you like? Emmeline, Amelie, or Emilia, maybe?
Elodie and Melora both have similar sounds to Melody.
A few more names with similar energies to the ones on your...
I kind of like that Cleo Charlotte would match the alliteration of your older daughter's name.
Cleo is one of my all-time favorites---my usual combo for it is Cleo Iphigenia (a bit on the wild...
Definitely Rosalind. I think it ages much better, and I like that it has Shakespeare cred and several nickname options. Plus, Poppy has the drawback of being what some people call their grandfathers!
I'm not surprised that Athena is becoming popular--it's got a strong, pretty, accessible sound. And like megapopular Sophia, it's got a wisdom meaning.
I really like both combos, but I slightly...
July 4th, 2015, 04:29 PM
Hmm. Of your list, I think Hannah, Emma, and Sophie are the best matches with Charlotte--familiar, classic, and youthful. If you want something a little more unusual, then Pippa and Florence are also...
I really like Maeby! I know there's a berry with a daughter named Maeby Alana, which is pretty. I'd pair it with either something long and classic, or something simple and austere to balance out the...
July 4th, 2015, 04:14 PM
Off the top of my head:
Eliza Guinevere - So perfectly balanced; plus it flows well and I adore both names.
Emilia Seren - LOVE this one. Sedate Seren contrasts beautifully with bubbly Emilia.
Miranda Cleo - I'm...
July 4th, 2015, 12:40 PM
Both awesome options! I too think Flick is the coolest nn ever, so I'd probably choose Felicity. I don't think length is a huge deal, but if the Felicity Lastname syllable stress patterns were off,...
Oh wow, Ada Wildflower is stunning! Wren Isabella is nice, too. I suppose a compromise (Ada Wren, maybe) has been ruled out?
Some outside the box, nature-y middle ideas:
July 4th, 2015, 01:14 AM
@Tfzolghadr; Pshh, everyone counts! We may not have interacted much, but I know I've admired your daughter's name and your signature combos for ages (especially the Viola and Rosalind ones....
July 3rd, 2015, 04:04 PM
Hmm. Some random thoughts:
July 2nd, 2015, 09:25 PM
Thanks so much! I'm always nervous about putting combos in my signature, but that one (and the Beatrice version) is one of my more locked-in ones--I'm glad you like it :)
And @Ashley, Grace Odilia...
July 2nd, 2015, 09:18 PM
Hmm. While Avielle and Aviella both sound very pretty, they also feel a bit made up, and might get lost among all the Avas. Of the three remaining names, I think Arietta stands out in a great way,...
July 2nd, 2015, 09:12 PM
I second the suggestion of Delphine Mariel! The only other Mary variation I can think of is Maris, which has a cool, ocean-y feel IMO. Amara has a similar sound but a different origin, so maybe it's...
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