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  1. #11
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    Calla, maybe?

    I disagree with a previous poster that Aster is a boy name. I've only ever heard it on ninety year old women, actually.


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  2. #13
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    Aug 2012
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    Arthur
    Cassia
    Arya
    Elowen
    Adolph (It makes me so sad that this name was forever ruined.)
    Wolfgang
    Delphine
    Ttc a baby brother or sister for Luther Wolf!

  3. #15
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    Girls:
    Phyllis - green bough
    Paloma - dove

    Boys:
    Yarrow - rough stream
    Aviv - springtime
    MAJOR CONSTRUCTION ZONE
    newlywed!!! (not trying...yet)

  4. #17
    Indigo definitely has a hippie vibe to it.

    I think Rue is good. That's a nature name that doesn't sound too nature-y.

  5. #19
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    Sorrel or Adair fits the bill for me.

    A little more obvious but still not hippie-feel- Birch, Cedar, Ayla, Lark, Maia, March, Fleur, Laurel, Jessamin, Vida, Laurel, Crimson
    Simply pretty nature names to me, although obvious- Zinnia, Dahlia, Daphne, Lilac, Pepper, Cricket, Evening, Ridge

    I did notice that when thinking of other nature-ish names I like the sound of, if I made sibling combos, it made both names seem MORE naturey- if you will, if that makes sense. So, maybe that is something to really ponder.

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