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August 17th, 2013 04:48 PM #21Junior Member
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- Paris, France
August 17th, 2013 04:53 PM #23~~Mummy to Isobel Yvonne Feb 2014~~
Evelina, Tabitha, Adelaide,Flora, Neve, Verity, Vivienne, Ada, Violet, Rosalie, Carys, Esme, Florence,Eliza, Agatha, Beatrix
Kieran,Soren, Malachi, Miles, Atticus, Rowan, Josiah, Ezra, Asher, Everett, Jude, Levi
Rosalie Blythe~Esme Beatrix~Florence Verity~ Adelaide Pearl~Adeline Thea~
Rowan Malachi~Kieran Jude~Soren Ezra~Everett Josiah
August 17th, 2013 05:04 PM #25Senior Member
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Georgiana is nice but a lot of name, I agree. I personally prefer Georgina, flows off the tongue a bit easier for me.
Kate is my main nick name and I love it, but I do prefer it as a nickname and not given name. The thing I like about having Katherine and Katie at my disposal is that they're more flowy, feminine sounding (sometimes, oddly when I say it, Kate sounds a little abrupt). I don't mind just Kate in the middle spot though, especially with a long first name. (that 'just Kate' is what I've heard everyone say.. I know a few people with daughters/grand daughters named Kate, and they've all referred to their names as 'just Kate'.. Which makes it seem unfinished imo)
Josephine is gorgeous!! I really like the name and maybe it's because I've never met an old lady with the name but it is not old sounding at all to me! I picture it on a curly haired little girl, actually.
All three names sound great together and would make a really nice sibling set or you could get good combos from them. Josephine Kate, Katherine Josephine, Georgiana Kate...
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