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January 23rd, 2013 08:11 PM #6
Kellan Abraham is a great name. Kendall Aidelyn is not my favorite. Kendall is not a bad name But I feel it's lacking some of the spunk of your other kids and is a little too close to Kindle for me (of course that's just my opinion) And I'm not sure how to pronounce Aidelyn. Some suggestions
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January 24th, 2013 04:01 PM #8Junior Member
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Aidelyne is pronounced Aye-da-lynne.................and the first name I want to have no long vowels and end with LL, and it is just my pattern..........thanks for the options though, im still open..........
January 25th, 2013 10:24 PM #10Member
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I think the two names you have planned fit well with your twins names. Kendall is a boys name in my area too - but I also know a girl named Kendall. Maybe spell Aidelyn - Adelynn or Adeline for easier prononciation but it is a middle name so it does not matter so much unless you plan to call her by both names.
January 29th, 2013 10:02 PM #12
I think Kellan fits with an Emmett and Brennah, and Kendall works with Emmett and Brennah too. Here are my observations for your consideration: unfortunately I do have to agree that Kendall does sound quite a lot like Kindle. Also, Kendall is less feminine and not as obviously a girl name as Brennah is, so the risk there is in people thinking Brennah has two brothers.
Other ideas, using 2 syllables, no long vowels and ending in LL is tricky. How about...
Laurell (rhyme the first syllable with car)
I think Annabell would be really sweet with your other names but it's 3 syllables. Hope the names from my search help.