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October 21st, 2014, 03:16 PM
I love that! I really like that Evan and Livvy/Olivia share the v sound and Olivia Stefani is super cute.
October 20th, 2014, 07:24 PM
Have you considered using Eloise in the middle? Lillian Eloise Lushbough breaks up the l's a bit but still honors your mother with Louise being in Eloise.
Cecily Kate, Cecily Jane, and Cecily Pearl are all tied for the lead.
Jack, Ruby and Lily are very sweet together. Personally I prefer to not repeat ending sounds like Ruby and Lily do but if that doesn't bother you then style wise they all match very well.
I love Cecily Mae but with our last name it sounds like a sentence. Cecily Mae Cook. DH loves Maeve but I don't feel like it fits in well with our DD's names. Gwen is nice. Thanks for the...
October 20th, 2014, 11:32 AM
Both seem a bit off with Evan. I like Skylar more than Elizabeth but I would assume Evan and Skylar were brothers.
I think you need something more modern for big brother Evan
I like Luna, probably because of Harry Potter
something light and magical like Luna
I really like Margo/Margot/Margaux
Margo is very simple no issues but looks a little bit incomplete to me
Margot looks complete but when I read this I always initially say the t oops
October 20th, 2014, 11:11 AM
First off I think Belle is so lovely, Ivy and Belle just make it better. With a name like Marguerite in the middle I don't think you would want to go any longer than 2 syllables anyway.
Poll: Middle name for Cecily
We love Cecily Kate, it's been a top pick for awhile but I have a sister named Katie and we aren't using Kate in honor of her. Is that a deal breaker?
Our second runner up was Cecily Rose but we...
September 7th, 2014, 09:09 PM
I want to know which of your girl names...
1) ...is the most unusual: Lilla
2) ...is the most traditional: Eleanor
3) ...is the most masculine: Arden/Astor
4) ...the most feminine: Vivienne
We have a Vivienne and we choose that spelling because we did not want her to be called Vivi-Anne which is the pronunciation of Vivian where I live. I think that most people are going to pronounce...
August 27th, 2014, 07:34 PM
Margot, Nell and Arthur are adorable. I think Jethro, Nell and Arthur work. I'm not a fan of Fiona here, especially with Nell. Margo, Fiona and Jethro all share that long o sound so I would only...
1. I much prefer Flora. It's light, sweet, vintage lovelyness. Leonor feels so heavy to me, not my cup of tea at all.
2. Flora, Penelope, and all your boy picks make perfect sense. Leonor goes...
August 15th, 2014, 09:15 PM
I really like Isabel, Lillian, Rosalie and think they would make lovely sisters. Like @lcd1912 said Isabel really does go with everything. I much prefer Rosalie to Coralie, have you considered just...
Chloe and Sonya
Chloe and Talia
Both of these combos sound different and have a cool girl quality. Love these
Chloe and Nina - this feels very high fashion to me
There was a character on 90210 named Ivy and she was a blonde California surfer girl. So that is the image I attach to Ivy. Ivy feels very hippyish/1970's so I definitly felt like the name fit her...
I think I must have misheard Murielle. Thanks for clarifying.
mih-ree-elle like Miriam and Mirabelle sorry about the confusion on the pronounciation. I really thought this was an existing name. Ugh
August 12th, 2014, 09:28 PM
I also like Landon and Nora or the suggetion of Landon and Clara
2. Love this name, it's one of our top 2 picks for another girl. I also love The Importance of Being Earnest and Cecily is in that.
3. Meanings aren't really a big deal to me,...
August 12th, 2014, 07:55 PM
How do you spell Miri-elle (mih-ree-elle like Miriam and Mirabelle)
Not Mireille which is meer-AY
Not quite Murielle either
This is a really name right? Which spelling is correct? Why...
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