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  1. #16
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  2. #18
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    I havent read all of the posts so sorry if I am repeating any names.

    From your list I like Blythe and Freya with Carragh.

    What about:
    Carragh and Fleur
    Carragh and Whitney
    Carragh and Azaleah
    Carragh and Calita
    Carragh and Brooklyn
    Carragh and Calixta
    Carragh and Alexis
    Carragh and Willow
    Mummy of two precious monkeys

  3. #20
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    I love Freya! My suggestion: Clodagh pronounced: Klo-Dah

  4. #22
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    If you wanted your daughters to have a special connection with their names, you could name your second daughter a name that has the same meaning as Carragh.

    Carragh means 'friend'.
    Caireann / Cairenn, another Irish name, means 'little friend or little beloved' (Pronounced: KAY-rahn)
    Found on this website: http://www.babynamesofireland.com/

    ~ 21 year-old name lover ~

  5. #24
    Hmm, here are some suggestions:
    Mallory
    Elyse (or Elise, pronounced the same way)
    Nina
    Elsa
    Elspeth (nn Elsie is so cute!)
    Laurel
    Ingrid

    These are some of my favorites! I love your naming style, and I hope this helps! Congratulations on the new baby!
    --Lailey
    I am a sixteen year old author who holds character naming on a very high pedestal
    [FONT=Arial Narrow]Seth, Margot, Sawyer, Catherine, Rose, Abigail, Titus, Calvin, Wyatt, Leisl[/FONT]

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