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  1. Carmela and Rosalia are the two I came up with...

    Carmela and Rosalia are the two I came up with that I didn't see suggested previously.

    Susan
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    I think Rose in the first spot is better. Susan

    I think Rose in the first spot is better.

    Susan
  3. Thread: Nina?

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    I think it's a pretty name, and it would be...

    I think it's a pretty name, and it would be refreshing to hear it used.

    Susan
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    It sounds to me like you're over-thinking this....

    It sounds to me like you're over-thinking this. Beatrix or Beatrice, and call her Bea. People will hear that and not call her Trixie.

    Susan
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    Congratulations on Daisy's arrival! Happy...

    Congratulations on Daisy's arrival! Happy babymoon!

    Susan
  6. Athelia, Amzi, Delphine, Edeva, Emeline, Hila,...

    Athelia, Amzi, Delphine, Edeva, Emeline, Hila, Melita, Mahala, Meta, Orelia, Redellia, Solia, Zelia, Zaida.

    All of these are from headstones in our local cemetery, and meet the 100 year rule :)
    ...
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    My husband's only suggestion that wasn't one of...

    My husband's only suggestion that wasn't one of his family names was Miriam, which I'm not a fan of. His other suggestions were naming our girls after his immediate family - Kathleen, Janet or Mary....
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    Susan Kathleen - Susan because my sister thought...

    Susan Kathleen - Susan because my sister thought all baby girls were named Susan, Kathleen was graffiti on the way to my mom's work
    Jill Elizabeth - not sure why they chose those names
    Brantley...
  9. Thread: Girl Names

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    Eliana is pretty, as is Azaria (uh-zair-ee-uh)....

    Eliana is pretty, as is Azaria (uh-zair-ee-uh). Azariah is pronounced az-uh-rye-uh. I just wanted to make sure you realized that.

    Susan
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    Odette sounds rather plain next to Waverly. ...

    Odette sounds rather plain next to Waverly.

    How about Waverly and:

    Antonia, Araminta, Arietta, Cambria, Carmella, Chloe, Cicely, Cordelia, Evangeline, Marcella, Marina, Miranda, Rowena,...
  11. My daughter is Jemima - not too many other girls...

    My daughter is Jemima - not too many other girls with that name. It's easy to pronounce, easily recognized, I get a lot of positive comments on it.

    Susan
    (one of many in jr high school and high...
  12. Thread: Carlotta?

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    Carlotta is a great vintage name. Carla and...

    Carlotta is a great vintage name. Carla and Lottie would be options for nicknames.

    Susan
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    Rosalie is beautiful. I've never read the...

    Rosalie is beautiful. I've never read the Twilight books, so wasn't even aware of the association some people have.

    Susan
  14. Thread: Carmine

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    I like it - it's unusual these days, easy to...

    I like it - it's unusual these days, easy to pronounce, and spell. Go for it!

    Susan
  15. Thread: Margot Lux

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    Congratulations! Enjoy your babymoon! Susan

    Congratulations! Enjoy your babymoon!

    Susan
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    Congratulations! Enjoy your babymoon! Susan

    Congratulations! Enjoy your babymoon!

    Susan
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    I like both. For either, Dorie could be a...

    I like both. For either, Dorie could be a nickname. For Theodora, Thea and Teddy work well.

    Susan
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    I think you need to let Haven go, or put it in a...

    I think you need to let Haven go, or put it in a middle spot. The first thing that comes to mind is the TV show.

    Susan
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    Congratulations on Emrys' arrival! Happy...

    Congratulations on Emrys' arrival! Happy babymoon!

    Susan
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    Aggie and Girls: Augusta "Gussie", Araminta,...

    Aggie and

    Girls: Augusta "Gussie", Araminta, Audrey, Beatrice, Beverly, Carmella, Claudia, Clementine, Cordelia, Daphne, Dorothy, Dina, Eloise, Esther, Florence, Garnet, Harriet, Helen,...
  21. Thread: Too cheesy?

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    I knew a woman who was born on Christmas day, and...

    I knew a woman who was born on Christmas day, and named Natalie. When she had her second child, it was a little girl, who arrived on Mom's birthday. Her name? Noelle.

    No, definitely not cheesy,...
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    Quinn is all boy to me. Susan

    Quinn is all boy to me.

    Susan
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    Sylvie Colette and Louisa Colette are the ones I...

    Sylvie Colette and Louisa Colette are the ones I like best.

    Susan
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    Misspelled names and names with random...

    Misspelled names and names with random punctuation in them annoy me.
    Names that sound like the parents were trying too hard - Talon, Princess, Danger, ...

    Susan
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    Susan was in the top 10 for quite a while. When I...

    Susan was in the top 10 for quite a while. When I started school, however, there were no other Susans in my grade - we had moved to an area with a large Sicilian/Italian-ancestry population. For the...
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