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I heard a lady at the zoo call her little girl Sachi (SAW-chee). It was really soft and pretty but spunky when she said it. I asked her what it meant and she said it was Japanese and meant 'bundle of...
I vote for Anneliese! But both are beautiful!
April 24th, 2015, 11:30 AM
So basically the choices are:
Eve, Daisy, and Petra
Eve, Daisy, and Scarlett
Eve, Daisy, and Rilla (in some form)
Eve, Daisy, and Celeste/Celestia/Lettie - Is there a particular nn you had in...
I like Caprice with Willow....its a totally different sound, but still whimsical, while the two together are not overly Nature-heavy. I also like the nns for Caprice - Capri, or Priya - pretty! I...
April 22nd, 2015, 08:40 PM
How about Teadora? I love that name and it sounds swoony with Antonia! Other options might be Niobe (this name was on that series ROME and I loved it....kind of like a Naomi/phoebe smoosh!),...
How about Solstice or Solvei (soul-vay)
April 22nd, 2015, 12:21 PM
I love Tess! Tess Olivia would fit nicely I think! Plus then you could use the occasional nn Tilly or Tolly or even Tova:) I also like Sylvie Kate, and Felicity Jane! I like the nn Fey (which means...
April 19th, 2015, 04:00 PM
Fiamma means flame, I believe. Flame of the Holy Spirit, some say, or the bright red of an autumn leaf!
Solvei - this just reminds me of the sun on a cold, northern autumn day for some...
April 19th, 2015, 02:03 PM
LOVE the suggestion of Guinevere....swoon!
April 16th, 2015, 03:33 PM
What about using Dahlia to honor Dana Louise? Julia and Dahlia are gorgeous together, and her NN could be Dolly, which is a lot like Holly, but not that exact name, which alleviates your issue. And...
I believe Deborah means bee. Could you use that as a middle/honor name? Willa Bea, Olive Bea, Coral Bea? And wasn't deborah originally devorah, so perhaps an Eva name, maybe even Evora in the middle?...
What about Galatea? I love that name and Godiva, too. Galatea Evangeline or something with a 'v' as a middle name would have the essence of Godiva, I think. Plus, Gala is a sweet little NN, I think,...
April 13th, 2015, 01:14 PM
How about Revere? Genevieve and Revere both sound so elegant and impressive! I like the nn's Reeve or Rev for Revere. I like Levi Revere, too! Or what about using the name Frederick or Forrester with...
April 13th, 2015, 11:35 AM
Susanna is very pretty, sweet, and a bit old-fashioned. Names I like with it are:
Clover - seems just as sweet and old-fashioned, but currently cutting-edge as well. Clove is a cute NN, I think!...
April 12th, 2015, 07:37 PM
And FWIW - I think Sylvie Elizabeth is easier to say than Cecily Elizabeth. Any chance you both like a 'variation on an Elizabeth theme' and might use Isobel instead? Cecily Isobel is very elegant!
April 12th, 2015, 07:32 PM
Those are lovely choices - congrats! If you want to keep the two syllable theme going, I'd say choose Sylvie! If you want the best sister-name pair with Lila, I'd choose Cecily! I like Sylvie better...
April 12th, 2015, 04:37 PM
Endellion NN Della?
Illyria NN Lyra? (I think Lira is really swoony with your other girls' names)
I love Elettra. I think it's pretty and sweet, with lots of cute nn's. I don't really know how to pronounce Endellion. Is it Enn- Dell-eon? And where do you place the accent? It is s very...
April 11th, 2015, 11:35 PM
How about Tess? I love that name and I think it is the same sort of name as Claire and Isla - beautiful and soft-sounding, while at the same time no-nonsense! Tess Audrey would be my choice! Good...
April 11th, 2015, 09:44 PM
I like Rilla a lot. It's sweet but substantial, different but not unheard of. I do think there is teasing potential in gorilla, but my kids would think that was a cool NN, so that might be a positive...
I like Llewellyn. I pronounce it lew-uh-lyn...is that right? I think the hardest part would be the spelling. But the nn Wells would be great and easy, and Wyn would work, too, so if you love it - go...
What about Zekiel? Close to Zachary but the cute nn Zeke. Or Exekiel. Or Zekeus. Or even something like Zakarias Nathaniel Fox with the nn Zane Fox? That's really cute! If you don't like Nathaniel I...
What about Mielle - it means honey in French, I believe. Or Lorelei Mielle? Lorelei is really pretty, as is your daughter's name. How about Lorelei Ozette? Lorelei Eden? Lorelei Skye? Other names...
Adelaide! The nn Laidy is so sweet!
April 10th, 2015, 03:50 PM
Also - all your boy names would have a 'p' then:)
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