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mom2one2's right. It sounds just like 'son of a' which is trouble if you ask me.
I'm loving the name Zola right now. May use it.
After removing the names that I don't love and then applying my "names that have at least one long vowel sound really pop" rule, I'm left with the following:
I adore Magnolia. My husband, however, does not. :(
My friend's name is Piper and she got called Pooper growing up.
I adore Magnolia and Marigold and would use both if my husband were in. I love your taste here. Gorgeous!
I agree, Azalea is beautiful and I'd definitely keep the 'z' in the nickname. Zélie or Aza work best I think.
Thanks, boyandgirl. I adore Clementine as well and it certainly fits our spunky little girl. Still uncertain about Zola but your assurance helps.
Thanks, jayden101. Yes, Azelie is growing on me.
cgwaltney, any reason for recommending Zella? I can't say it's a favorite.
bibliophile, you may be right, thanks.
ella17, that's the catch here. I...
Isla Sunday is gorgeous to me. It carries me away to a sweet and tranquil place. I'd love it if this were my name!
Ooh, how fun to read your responses. I adore this website and read it daily.
Kala_way, I appreciate your thoughtful considerations of these two names together. I'd never considered a...
My daughter's name is Clementine. We sometime pronounce it the French way, as her daddy's native language is French.
For our next daughter, I've been wanting to find a name that works with...
Minnie is a cute option for Magnolia. It's been growing on my lately and I quite love it. Great name choice, by the way. Magnolia is beautiful.
I have a Clementine and I'm trying to win my husband over for our next girl to be a Marigold. He's not in yet, but I'm still hoping!
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December 24th, 2012, 11:47 AM
Not only is Magnolia a beautiful name with some fun nickname possibilities, it's interesting. I like a name with a spark and this definitely has one. Also, how beautiful is a magnolia flower,...
December 23rd, 2012, 07:39 PM
Oh, choose Mae Lilly, please. I find it much sweeter than Mae Lillian.
December 18th, 2012, 01:56 AM
My top five:
1. Cordelia (You can call her Cora or Coco. Both are beautiful. It's meaning is related to the sea but some say it's connected to the French phrase, Cour d'Leon, meaning lion heart.) ...
What do you think of the name 'Honey'? It came to me as I was reading your list.
Don't do it! It's not at all attractive to my way of thinking.
Also, can I steer you far away from Lyyli? This name is a heavy burden to carry. I think sometimes we get so excited about putting...
Cordelia/Cora is also on my name list. I toy with the idea of calling an eventual her, Coco, as well. I learned that in addition to it's nameberry meaning, some people think it comes from the phrase,...
September 28th, 2012, 11:31 AM
I also prefer Luca to Lucas. Leo and Luca is a darling combination. And from your name list, I like the flow of Luca Sebastian best.
September 17th, 2012, 02:57 AM
Once born, your baby will be the focal point in your world and the dogs you know won't even be a consideration. When you hear the name Matilda, you'll think of your sweet daughter and not of the...
September 15th, 2012, 11:19 AM
I was just going to share my thoughts but 'sheflyswithherownwings' said it almost perfectly. You really need to reconsider most of your names. My one addition is that I am less critical of Addelyn....
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