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June 7th, 2012 10:56 PM #1Junior Member
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June 7th, 2012 11:03 PM #3Senior Member
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Have you done a name berry search for this topic? I swear there was just recently a thread about this. I don't think you need a full name for Tess personally. It seems like a full name to me, just short and sweet.Mom to Seth Andrew and Madeline Frances, and a baby boy on the way
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June 7th, 2012 11:03 PM #5
Me, too! Well, Theresa doesn't seem too religious for me (there are relatively few names I feel that way about!), but it does feel a bit too old-fashioned for me. I like just Tessa/Tess, but if you want a longer form, what about Esther or Elisabeth? I've heard of people using those with the nn Tess(a), or even Contessa or Quintessa. Elisabeth nn Tess is my favorite option atm--it's a consideration for my own short list.
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