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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    Need a nature name for a girl

    My friend, Marilyn, is expecting #6. She doesn't find out the gender beforehand so she is trying to come up with a name for both genders. Her older children are Abraham, Sebastian, Malachi, Daisy and Juniper (goes by Junie). If it is a boy, she is thinking Theodore (so cute!!). If it is a girl she has very few ideas. She would like to stick with the nature theme the two girls have going on, but she doesn't want to be too matchy-matchy. For example, she loves the name Violet, but is worried that Violet and Daisy are too much together.

    Any good ideas for a feminine and fun nature name?

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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Posts
    586
    Finch
    Sage
    Spring
    Saffron
    Sky
    Dove
    Willow
    Cypress
    Ember
    Quill
    April
    Delphine
    Doon
    Manon
    Wintry
    Rivendell
    Sorrel
    Myrtle
    Myrrh
    Merryweather
    Hydrangea
    Maypole
    Stardust
    Sparrow
    Birdie
    Rosen
    Galen
    Coral
    Clover
    Cricket
    Thora
    Lane
    Holly
    Glory
    Fleur
    Brook
    River
    Seabrook
    Nantucket
    Sea
    Sprig
    Cane
    Plum
    Briar
    Snow
    Rain
    Windy
    Breezy
    Greenlee
    Shasta
    Season
    Saison
    Freesia
    Swansea
    Vista
    Gazelle
    Sable
    Ivory
    Isle
    Islet
    Fawn
    Robin
    Soleil
    Chaparral
    Canal
    Quince
    Bay
    Bayberry
    Aurora
    Petal
    Pepper
    Apple
    Sahara
    Cedar
    Summer
    Sunny
    Somerset
    Stellaris
    Cerise
    Calypso
    Savanna
    Wisteria
    Palisade
    Periwinkle
    Peregrine
    Tramea
    Citron
    Last edited by dresdendoll; March 13th, 2013 at 11:31 AM.

  4. #7
    Join Date
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    Wanting to be pregnant.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
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    I have two favourites

    Laurel and Fern they have been out of circulation for a while but I think they are well worth another look.

    rollo

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