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The only one that flows is Claire Olivia.
I think it would be really mean to saddle a child with this name. Sorry.
April 27th, 2015, 07:29 PM
I prefer Frances Eleanor (I actually know one who goes by Ellie). I'm not a fan of Frances as it does sound very old-lady to me. Have you considered Francesca?
April 26th, 2015, 06:46 PM
Love Kate Victoria and think it goes beautifully with Brooke Eleanor.
Anneliese is gorgeous. For middles, I like:
It's also a phrase, which makes it a horrible choice for a name, in my opinion. You're naming a baby, not a book. I'd stick to legitimate names and not try to make a phrase out of your baby's name....
Emmeline Ada flows much better.
April 5th, 2015, 05:08 PM
Don't do it. If you wouldn't name your child Halloween, don't name her Easter.
April 4th, 2015, 08:09 PM
Ainsley! Beautiful sibset!
Eleanor Elizabeth is gorgeous!
I prefer Natalia.
I know this name is very popular and people love it, but I'm not a fan. I can't get past the spider reference.
A names I like:
Aislinn (prn Ashlen or Ashleen, depending on preference)
Acacia (prn uh-kay-sha)
Abigail (I know it's popular and boring, but I...
I love Ainsley. It's beautiful.
I agree with the suggestion of using Eleanor Sophie. I think that combination flows better and is prettier too. I disagree with the above poster who said you should still hold on to Sophie Eleanor....
I love Ella, but I don't think Ella Pippa really flows well. I like the suggestion of Ella Rose and Ella Marie. Other ideas:
Reese and Carys.
Why not Juno Mary-Elizabeth?
I don't like it. Like the poster above, I think of Olive Oyl. I really like Olivia. The "a" at the end makes all the difference to me.
Not a fan, no matter the month of birth, sorry. I just don't see July as a real name.
I do like Winter though.
Wait a minute, why would any "close" friend refuse to call her by any other name? They really don't sound like friends at all. I mean, how does it affect their life?
Sorry, I may go off on a...
I like it as a nickname for Elizabeth, but not on its own.
I think it's pretty, but I think most people will pronounce it Ellen.
It never even occurred to me. I can't imagine it occurring to kids. As another poster said, someone significantly older might make that association (even then, I think it's a longshot) and by then,...
March 8th, 2015, 12:06 PM
I think Emmeline Harper is very sweet. I love the classic Emmeline with the more trendy Harper.
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