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Maeve, Edana, and Aislinn were the first three names that came to my mind. Of the three you listed, I prefer Eden. I don't know if Fiona and Eden sound like siblings necessarily.
Though I love Jane Eyre, I can't support Bronte whole-heartedly. It would be a good middle name for a girl, along with Austen in honor of Jane Austen and support of women authors in general. As...
Your other two children are definitely masculine and feminine, Riley Reese is very androgynous and leads to confusion. I also notice you have Daniel/Danielle and Gabriella/Gabriel, both names ending...
I don't see being suitable as an issue. If you like a first name, and it flows well with Charlie then it is suitable. Just a suggestion, I would use a definitely feminine first name when using a...
May 16th, 2015, 02:11 PM
May 16th, 2015, 02:06 PM
Well all of these Shakespearean ladies had dark times, but I think Ophelia ultimately suffered the most, so I voted for Ophelia.
Lucy is my favorite of the bunch, but not with Louise, so I would say Chloe Louise.
I know a perfectly lovely Amelia, and mealy has never crossed my mind. Emilia is another option where it is more mil and meel in the center.
Violet is pretty (I love flower names), but I think I...
May 16th, 2015, 12:32 PM
Iris, Ada, Elsa seem to be gaining in popularity at the moment, they are all in my top 10. Seeing Emma, Sophia and Isabel(la) climb up the charts was painful. But it is nice knowing these little...
I love Lydia and Lydie. Lydia Bennet is an idiot in Pride and Prejudice, but I won't hold that against this lovely name. Eliza is perfectly sweet as well. It is great as a name in honor of an...
May 16th, 2015, 12:13 PM
I love Esperanza (hope). How about a hybrid of Ella and Emily - Emilia Esperanza. Leila is also lovely. Other suggestions- Linnea, Alida, Inge, Celia
I like the look of Ragnar, how is that...
Estella Luna would be my choice of the two. Luna makes me think of looney (moonstruck), and Delilah has had a less that virtuous past. Put the two together and Luna Delilah strikes me a crazy bad...
Lorenza Peru - Lorenza is very pretty; would you have a nickname? Peru reminds me of Marian Paroo from "The Music Man".
Othella Starling - Othello from Shakespeare always pops into my mind, and I...
Yes! Cynthia Alice with the nn Thia would get my vote.
You can't go wrong with either name. Iris is a beauty, and I am a big fan of floral names. Alexandra is a little "gilding the lily" to me (pardon the pun). Iris is just such a sweet, accessible...
May 16th, 2015, 06:39 AM
Chelsea - Meh, liked it back when it was fresh and new.
Isla - I do like this name and now that has become more mainstream (I do dislike that word, but it is true) most people are familiar with...
#1 Georgia - I just really, really like this name! It has family connections for me, but it also has some great songs, and is easy to pronounce. Georgia is familiar without being too common.
May 15th, 2015, 03:34 PM
Would you consider Zosia?
I believe you should keep with the "S" first letter and "a" for a last letter. I think if you give this one a different first letter she would feel left out. I like Samara Elaina and Simona Elaina.
I voted for Margot Jane Dahlia, but prefer Margot Jane Cecilia.
May 12th, 2015, 12:20 PM
Magnolia "Noley" is the name of a character in the novel Show Boat by Edna Ferber. This novel was made into a popular stage musical and movie musical. Tess Magnolia is certainly a beautiful and...
Genevieve Grace is my favorite from your list, but here are a few more.
Putting in my two cents in before I read any other replies.
Yes, yes, yes! Susannah/Susanna is ready for a comeback. I personally love the nickname Sukey, but Zuzu, Sanna, even Suzy/Susie are...
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