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  1. #11
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    I think Rosa Penelope Sage is very beautiful! It flows the nicest of your choices.

  2. #13
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    I think Rosa Penelope Sage flows the best of your suggestions. I really like judyariel's suggestion of Rosa Cordelia Sage, tho. If you end up choosing not to use Rosa and Sage both (I agree it feels plant-heavy to me) then I also like just Lucia Sage.

  3. #15
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    Nov 2012
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    I prefer Rosa Fiammetta Sage. Though I'm not fond of Sage, I think that Rosa Fiammetta sounds lovely (or even better, Rose Fiammetta).
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  4. #17
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    Feb 2013
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    Any thoughts on Rosa Luca Sage? This is the Hubby's suggestion. Seems like there should be a 3 syllable name in the middle to me.
    Married for almost 2 wonderful years and dreaming about starting a family in the near future!

    Felix ~ Atticus ~ Hugo ~ Leo ~ Maximus ~ Sebastian ~ Caspian ~ Evander

    Sage ~ Penelope ~ Vittoria ~ Lucilla ~ Liv ~ Hermione ~ Wilhelmina~ Rowena

  5. #19
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    I agree that a three-syllable middle sounds better.
    How about Rosa Lucia Sage? (pronounced Loo-CHEE-ah)

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