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Thread: A sister for Sabine
April 5th, 2013 01:01 PM #6Member
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I agree with some of the previous posters...Annalee spelling to tie in the Lee name is pretty!
And Evelyn Lee is also a very pretty choice.
Hmm...instead of Ellis...what about, Elise?
And what about, Annalise? (ties in the Lee name..)
(And love your first daughter's name Sabine Elizabeth!)
April 5th, 2013 01:10 PM #8
From your list I think that Thalia Lee sounds best, as much as I like the other names they don't really flow well with the middle name (I'm sorry!)
Ellis- For me this is a little too masculine, especially with the middle name Lee.
Annalie- Beautiful name, but Annalie Lee doesn't flow very well with the repetition of Lee
Florence- I like the name but again I don't think it works well with Lee
Lotte- Lotte Lee, I'm sorry but both names don't flow together well.
Thalia- I like name with Lee, sounds great with Sabine!
Ivy- I think Ivy Lee flows well, but I just want to say Ivy League!
Svea - I really like Svea, it's a shame your husband doesn't like it!
Everly - Same as Annalie with the repetition of Lee
Here are a few names I'd suggest;
HeidiLibby Felicity Annalise Isla Phoebe Carina Violet Martha Ariana | Iowan Macsen Henry Isaac Jude Freddie Aneurin Niall Adair
April 5th, 2013 01:40 PM #10
April 5th, 2013 02:03 PM #12Junior Member
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Thanks so much for everyone's feedback! I always say that I think the hardest part of pregnancy is coming up with a name, and this baby is certainly giving us a run for our money What makes it so hard is that my hubby and I are both so picky and yet we have very different styles - he likes more classic names (i.e. Claire) and I like names that are a little unusual and quirky (i.e. Tove).
Just to clarify: the middle name Lee isn't a requirement - it's just a thought, so we're open to names that don't match with Lee. Also, Nele is pronounced "Neh-Leh". It's currently very popular in Germany (#18 in 2012), and is an old nickname for Helena or Cornelia (neither of which we're a fan of, unfortunately).
Please keep the suggestions coming!
April 5th, 2013 02:12 PM #14