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I like Junia the best, with Edeline in close second. I'd even put them together as Junia Edeline, that would be really nice.
Junia is so fresh and sweet, and can have the adorable nn Junie if you...
I like Claire Charlotte the best.
May 19th, 2015, 09:34 AM
Julia Catherine and Holly Louise are a perfect match. Margo is lovely also... maybe if there's another sister one day?
Audrey Elise was the first thing that came to mind.
Audrey Violet is pretty, both names from your list.
DW: Felicity Ava
DH: Liam Orion
twin 1: Alexis Emberly
twin 2: November Guinevere
daughter: Moriah Abigail
son: Theodore Pascal
son: Spencer Blake
daughter: Ivy Penelope
son: Rhys Julian
DD1: Samantha Taylor
DS1: Zachary Daniel
DD2: Abigail Hannah
DS2: Joshua James
DD3: Rachel Julia
Sam, Zach, Abby, Josh, and Rachel
If you plan on keeping your current surname as is, as well as your older daughter's surname, I think that to save a lot of confusion in the long run you should give the babies your ex's surname.
I agree that it should be something that correlates to her current given name to lessen any confusion should she go to her mother later on. Either that, or a more pet-name type name, which any little...
It's a great name choice, and you should for sure go with it. Magnolia is really beautiful, spunky, and fresh.
Just make sure her hair type can handle a short pixie cut. Also, know that you'll have to keep it trimmed more often so it doesn't turn shaggy.
Personally, if I cut my dd's hair pixie short, I'd...
I also saw Semen.
May 14th, 2015, 07:32 PM
Rachel Julia is a stunning combo, in my opinion.
I think of the famous court case Rowe vs. Wade
Honestly, I think of Prudence and her potty from a classic children's book about a girl who makes a poopoo in her potty after sitting and sitting and sitting and sitting and sitting.... Sorry.
February happens to be one of my guilty pleasure names. If you love it, put it in the middle so your daughter won't have to spend her whole life explaining her name to the world :)
I think it's...
One of my daughters is Naomi, and I am obsessed with her name! Everyone who hears it comments on how refreshing it is - a time-tested name that's uncommon, feminine, great namesake, cute, and has...
Tess Magnolia is a winning combo, and will be charming on your daughter. It's true, once she's here the name will grow on everyone, and they'll learn to love it.
My mother told me only after...
I like Laina much better!
Honestly, I'd use Delaney, and call her Laney.
May 12th, 2015, 07:28 PM
Zara Lavender (I know it doesn't really fit any of your criteria, but I just really like how it sounds)
Genevieve Grace is absolutely stunning. So elegant. I also liked the suggestion of Genevieve Pearl, and want to add Genevieve Adelle.
May 11th, 2015, 07:51 PM
I think that any of your names work with your last name - don't limit yourselves! Regardless of what you choose, the more you'll say it, the better it will sound to you. Odette might be the only one...
Either one is really pretty. You can also consider Nina Evangeline, Nina Rebecca, or Nina Abigail
I LOVE Shepard / Shepherd, and it would be an amazing combo with your sons!
It sounds like a pet name (like, that someone might call her child as a cute little thing,) not a real, full name. Honestly, it sounds Yiddish or German to me, and not really appealing.
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