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Candice Marie would be lovely.
Celeste Marie as well.
I say go for it! Not an issue at all in my opinion. Also, I pronounce Leonie "Lay-Oh-Nee" so the Lee sound isn't even in there. I am French though, so I'm not sure how it's pronounced in America.
Your kids have wonderful names! Élise and Camille are my top 2 names for baby girls. Hopefully you will like some of my suggestions since we seem to have a similar naming taste (:
My roomate is an Emilie who goes by Emmy. (:
Perfect!! Sebastian August is wonderful. Sébastien is my top boys' name, and I plan on using Bas / Bash as a NN as well. However, I pronounce it Bass and wouldn't think to pronounce it Baz with that...
Samuel - 5
Lincoln - 3
Theo - 10
Grady - 1
Brady - 1
Brody - 5
Roman - 8
Remus - 3 (love Lupin, but can't see it on a child)
Wolfric - 4
Cosmo - 1
I come from a French community in Canada, and all Leonie's here are pronounced lay-oh-nee, accent or not. Even English-speaking people here pronounce it this way. Varies by region, apparently!
First thought was Penelope June! And I can see I'm not the only one (: It sounds perfect to me.
I agree that she's often credited as Bea Arthur, not Beatrice. It personally wouldn't affect my choice at all if I were you. I doubt anyone would notice! I love Alice, Julia and Amelia as well!...
I love both of these names so much, though I can't use them since my French family would have trouble with prn. ;-)
Both would be lovely. I slightly prefer Elijah nn Eli.
Theo is on my top list,...
I LOVE Nikolai! (: Hugo is super popular here in Québec, so that does affect my opinion of course. I love all variants of Nikolas. I also prefer the K, but I understand you're not looking for...
Many have already been mentioned! If I repeat, it's because I agree with them ;-) Some of these would usually have accents in French, but I omitted them so that the NB links work.
September 13th, 2014, 05:23 PM
September 13th, 2014, 05:19 PM
Welcome to nameberry! (:
Off your girls list, my favourites are Emily, Audrey and Tessa. I also like Lora, but prefer it spelled Laura. Other ideas that I think are your style :
@AshTheDreamer, Ariane is actually on my list aswell! However, it's very common in 20 somethings over here (I know 5) so Sophie-Anne or Laurianne would be more unique. I'm still very much considering...
My favourites are Esther, Amelie, Celeste & Isobel (though I prefer Isabelle) (:. They're all pretty good names, though I'm not a fan of Aurora, Josephine and Lucille.
August 16th, 2014, 09:06 PM
Not too sure what you're looking for, but here are some of my favourites! (:
Thank you very much for replying and for your great inputs, everyone! (:
Rkrd, I've never met a Sebastienne, but it is a French name. Maybe it was more common before, but I've never met one here (:
Sophie-Anne / Sophianne has been on my top 3 list for ages. However, while going through the list of the most popular names in Québec in 2013, I stumbled upon Laurianne. I've heard the...
August 15th, 2014, 06:48 PM
I'll leave out the accents so that the links work, but I'd personally use them since I'm French.
I prefer Lewis with your sibset (:
Beautiful name and meaning. (: Congrats!
I think Chloe and Elena would make wonderful sisters (: It's my favourite from your list. I also like Nina. I like Phoebe, but I don't like how the "oe" would be repeated in both your daughters'...
I'm not usually a big fan of double middles, but the sound/flow of Doris Evelina Kate is lovely! I prefer it to just Doris Evelina, though there isn't anything wrong with it. The -ina ending is nice....
Yes, they're very similar. I personally wouldn't name my kids such close names.
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