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  1. #6
    Join Date
    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 • Nineteen • United States
    ♂ | Samuel Edward George Arthur Ezra Gideon James
    ♀ | Jane Helen Anne Cora Phoebe Gwen Caroline

  3. #10
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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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