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  1. #6
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    Nov 2011
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    If you are going for a princess-type name, I think Adelyn is the best one from your list. However, because of your last name, I don't think the names ending with an -N sound work the best. So I would go with Norah as the overall best from your list. Norah Blaire works well. I like the suggestion of Adelaide too-- Addie is a cute nn. Adelaide Emery Johnson or Adelaide Grey Johnson work well.

    Some other names you might like:

    Adele
    Amity
    Ava
    Avery
    Beatrix
    Cora
    Eden
    Eliza
    Eloise
    Elise
    Esme
    Eve
    Marina
    Margot
    Meredith
    Nadia
    Olive
    Paige
    Phoebe
    Sybil
    Sylvie
    Tallis
    Tess/Tessa
    Thais
    Verity

  2. #8
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    Jul 2012
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    Emery Gray sounds like a man and doesn't say "princess" to me at all. I like Norah the most from your list. It's feminine, strong, versatile, and will carry well through each phase of your daughter's life. Perhaps Norah Blaire or Norah Gray?
    Emily, 19, Southeastern US.
    College student, name nerd, and generally geeky.
    ♂ | Samuel Edward George Arthur Ezra Gideon James
    ♀ | Jane Helen Anne Cora Phoebe Gwen Catherine

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
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    If it were up to me I'd change them a bit and have Erin Sage and Nora Gray or Grace.
    Girls: Lucy, Nora, Ivy, Mae, Willow, Rose, Nessa
    Boys: Felix, Philip, Owen, Flynn, Dexter, Henry, Rory, Finlay

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
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    I love the name Hadley but some others are
    Waverly
    Rowan
    Adaline
    Junia
    Greer
    Milena
    Madigan
    Gracia (Gray-sha)

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
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    I agree that Emery Grey is masculine to me. I'm not a fan of creative spellings so I don't really care for Aeryn or Eryn either. Erin is nice, but doesn't seem princess-y to me.

    To be honest most of your names are too unisex/boyish to sound like princess names for me. Norah is my favourite on the list, but I also like the suggestion of Adelaide. Do you like Emmeline?
    Gareth: 05.2012
    Baby #2 04.2014

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