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Why not make Lilje a middle name? I don't think it works as a hyphenated name with Anna.
Unless you live in Iceland (and you said you don't), don't spell it Blaer. It just looks misspelled or like one of those creative spellings people try to pull off to pretend they picked a unique...
November 22nd, 2014, 12:59 PM
I love Abigail Katheryn (although I'd spell it Katherine or Kathryn). It goes very well with Wesley and Maren. I also like Eleanor.
Agreed. I like Kayla and don't find it to be trendy. I think if you meet some successful, sophisticated Kaylas, some of your (that's a plural your) opinions about the name may change.
I'm not a fan of Reagan, but I do love Regan (prn Ree-gan).
November 17th, 2014, 01:21 PM
If you're concerned about the Frozen connection, I would use Elsa as a nickname for something. Maybe Eliska (a form of Elizabeth)?
I actually think Zooey looks a lot more made up than Zoey. Plus, there's the whole Zoo thing. I wouldn't use that. I would use Zoë with the umlaut over the e.
Eden Olivia Anne
Eden Madeline Kate
I wouldn't use Young, Barksdale, or Henderson on a baby. Some combinations I like:
Elliott Reese (though I prefer the Elliette spelling)
Kate Elizabeth (I love this...
I agree with the above posters. Using it as her given name is what makes it sound stuck up. Use it as a nickname for Rita and it sounds sweet.
Another vote for Lillian Grace.
LOVE the name Celeste! It's beautiful and underused.
Not a fan, sorry. Babies shouldn't be named after animals or words.
November 8th, 2014, 09:28 PM
How about Michaela? It's a beautiful, classic name and it has Kae in it. Plus, Michaela King flows beautifully.
I like Gianna, but I LOVE the nickname Gia.
I actually think a short or a long name will work, but some sound better than others. I like one of the ones you mentioned, Eleanor Elizabeth, and think it flows very nicely. Other ideas:
November 6th, 2014, 11:58 PM
Yes, some names are unprofessional. I agree with those above regarding the creatively spelled names. I'll also add names that aren't really names. For example, Firefly, Intelligence, Princess, etc.
Have you thought about naming her Victoria and calling her Tora (no "h")? That would be the only acceptable way to call her Tora, in my opinion.
November 4th, 2014, 11:42 AM
Agree that you need a longer first name. Something recognizable would also help as opposed to some very unique, uncommon name. The previous poster's suggestions are good. I'd also add names like...
Stay away from word names, especially Summer Raine. It sounds a bit silly as a person's name.
I like Abigail. Maybe Abigail Laraine? Or Abigail Vivienne? Abigail Vivienne Glass is beautiful.
Seth is all boy. I really dislike it for a girl.
Me three. It just isn't a good name.
Another vote for Katherine. Elli and Kate are perfect together!
Isabelle (or most of the Belle/Bella names; I do like Elle/Ella)
Penelope (and I truly can't stand the nickname Poppy)
I LOVE Emilia. I'm not crazy about Millie as the nickname, but it's ok. I do think some might spell it Amelia, but the more Emilias there are in the world, the less chance there is for the mix-up....
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