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    I would say yes - too Harry Potter, especially...

    I would say yes - too Harry Potter, especially Hermione.
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    I don't count Ashleigh as a kreative spelling -...

    I don't count Ashleigh as a kreative spelling - Ashlee I would, but to me it seems like Ashleigh is fairly common these days. I don't know about in other countries, but where I am in the world...
  3. Haha fair enough! I'm sure it will come to you :)...

    Haha fair enough! I'm sure it will come to you :) maybe by the time you're getting to boy #2 Isaac will be able to help you pick a name :P
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    I like it! One of my childhood besties was...

    I like it! One of my childhood besties was Madeline nn Maddy so think Maddie would be cute :)
  5. Thread: Evangeline

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    I feel the double v sounds in Evangeline Valerie...

    I feel the double v sounds in Evangeline Valerie is a bit too heavy so I would go with another mn personally.

    Evangeline works in nicely with your other girl names though!
  6. Thread: Avangeline?

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    Definitely Evangeline over Avangeline. I know an...

    Definitely Evangeline over Avangeline. I know an Evangeline nn Evie, but you could also go with Eva, Eve, Angie...

    I would go with a single syllable middle name.

    Evangeline Grace
    Evangeline...
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    I think because Daphne and Lane have different...

    I think because Daphne and Lane have different sounding "ne" endings you're fine there.

    I like what you've chosen so I say go with it!
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    Perfectly acceptable sibset in my opinion :)

    Perfectly acceptable sibset in my opinion :)
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    I always associate Ashley as the male spelling...

    I always associate Ashley as the male spelling and Ashleigh as female.
    Even though I know Ashley girls :)
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    Elise? Or as others have suggested, Beth. As...

    Elise? Or as others have suggested, Beth.

    As an Elisabeth myself, I've had all sorts of nicknames but none I like enough to suggest as a name for a child other than something along the lines of...
  11. I wouldn't be too worried at this point :) baby...

    I wouldn't be too worried at this point :) baby boy #2 is a long way off for you sounds like, and there's no reason not to use the name you have picked out for #1 just because you don't know about...
  12. I definitely don't think you're overreacting! The...

    I definitely don't think you're overreacting! The only time I've heard of this being done before is with a family I know who have 10 daughters and 1 son, so by the time they got to one of their...
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    Lila isn't one I'd choose, but the other three I...

    Lila isn't one I'd choose, but the other three I love! They're all on my list.
    Do you have any middle name ideas? I can't really choose between the three, so I'm not much help :) I don't think you...
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    When said with our last name I feel it flows...

    When said with our last name I feel it flows quite nicely (it's an uncommon one syllable last name) but I understand the sentiment!
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    I know a family expecting baby #2 with big...

    I know a family expecting baby #2 with big brother being Roman - they've chosen Mila for their little girl coming in June :)
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    Thanks for your feedback everyone! I agree...

    Thanks for your feedback everyone!

    I agree with the general sentiment that because they're middle names and it's not a really obvious connection, it's just the right amount of cute without...
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    I'd never heard of Jemima being a racist name...

    I'd never heard of Jemima being a racist name either, but a quick google search shows that in the US it is. Something about a character used in marketing years ago based on a middle aged black woman...
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    Thanks for that :) I don't think it bothers me...

    Thanks for that :)
    I don't think it bothers me too much, and seeing as it is still a distant possibility I'm not too worried yet!

    I'm thinking that as Ruby and Jade are both names that are...
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    I know a Liana, pronounced Lee-ah-nuh. I also...

    I know a Liana, pronounced Lee-ah-nuh.
    I also know an Eliana, pronounced Elly-ah-nuh.
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    Too similar for sisters?

    Currently DH and I have agreed on Emily Jade if the baby we're expecting at the moment is a girl.

    Another girls name I have on my list is Anna Ruby - I love Anna and Ruby is DH's choice for a...
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    Agree! I've thought that before, they're...

    Agree! I've thought that before, they're incredibly similar names. I know another family that are all A names and they have Alan and Aaron, which I think sound too similar as well.
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    I know another family with 12 J named children....

    I know another family with 12 J named children. Just to add to the conversation, here's what they went for (I don't know their middle names)

    Jacob
    Jessica
    Jennifer
    Jack
    Jeshuan (this one is...
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    I don't think they're necessarily too similar,...

    I don't think they're necessarily too similar, but they do have that same end sound that might not quite sit comfortably. I wouldn't want you to fall into the trap of thinking "if I have #3 I have to...
  24. Kensington comes across to me as more of a boy's...

    Kensington comes across to me as more of a boy's name. If I saw Kensington Smith written down I'd probably assume it was a male.

    What about Kendall? Or Kendra?
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    Thanks for that :) as an Elisabeth I'm well aware...

    Thanks for that :) as an Elisabeth I'm well aware of the pain of having to spell out my name, and our surname requires spelling out too, so if I was to go for Jane it would just be Jane not Jayne! ...
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