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Sylvie Beatrice (kept)
Winifred Hazel (swapped)
Eulalie Clea (initials)
Vivian Paloma (changed MN)
Ebba Josephine (changed FN)
Delphine Matilda (new)
Henry - like
Harry - like
Holden - loathe
Hugo - love
Hector - love
Harrison - like
Emily - loathe
Evangeline - loathe
Eliza - loathe
Erin - like
Esther - like
Ella - loathe
DM: Fern Elva Ellsworth
DF: Emmett Hugh Ellsworth
DS: Vincent Kenneth Ellsworth "Vin"
DD: Lola Faye Ellsworth
DD: Beatrice Mabel Ellsworth "Bea"
DS: Cyrus Wesley Ellsworth
Brandt Charles (kept)
Clark Avery (swapped)
Bram Silvanus (initials)
Flynn Barnaby (changed MN)
Ronan Cedric (changed FN)
Edmund Orion (new)
Today, 10:16 PM
Ultimately I'd vote for Anika Ivy, though I also like the names Eve, Josephine, Noelle, Lola, and Kaia as individuals.
I am really digging the name Maia for a girl as of late, and I remembered that the variant, Maya, was sort of popular, so I decided to look up what ranking they both were. Come to find out that Maya...
I work in healthcare, so I tend to run across a lot of people, and therefore, many names. But today I met my first Orion, and of course I fell a little in love with the name. Meeting someone with a...
I actually prefer Theo to Theodore. It's classic, but the shortened form has more spunk, imo. Great name.
I would go with Julian unless you were going to pronounce Julien in the French manner.
I think Wolfgang Thomas Kent sounds lovely!
I would spring for Maple in that sibset. With two sisters having such clear nature names, Willa wouldn't feel as well matched unless it were, per se, Willow. Maple works well with the theme though...
Harriet fits better to me. Ottoline, while not a bad name, has a different energy than your other childrens' names. It feels more stately, and a little clunkier. Harriet is right in that...
Alina would be my pick.
Rose Clementine or Rose Tallulah would be my pick. I like the blend of a name with history like Rose with a more adventurous MN.
I'd probably pronounce them all the same, but honestly Mira is the only spelling I care for. The others look off.
Mila = my-luh
Milena = my-leh-nuh
I like Apolline, it's very pretty, but not too outrageous.
I would pull for Stella and Valentina - they match each other well.
I would rule out Shania for being another similar length "S" name that ends in the letter "A." I would rule out Mariana because...
I noticed the reference right away, and in general that you have moon and then "light" as a middle name. I'm not really a fan of using them together, but Claire could be great on a future little one.
Everly for me. I really dislike -leigh spelling of names, they just seem tacky.
Arabella Juliet nn Ara
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