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    Opinions, please!

    I came to a realization today that the babe is due in two months! You mean I won't be pregnant forever?
    We could really use some feedback on our names, here they are!


    Middle name would have to be Cora or a variant of Cora: Corin, Corinne, Cori, even stretching it to Coralie or Coraline would work.


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    Aug 2011
    California, USA
    Helena - Lovely! How are you pronouncing it?
    (huh-LAY-nah) - Helena Corliss/Coralie
    (HELL-en-ah) - Helena Corinne

    Susannah - Love this as well, especially with the h. Susannah Coraline

    Emilia - I don't like this, I prefer Amelia. Emilia Corinne

    Willa - Cute, but not for me. Willa Corinne

    Annika - I don't like the -ka ending sound, but it is refreshing to see an Anne name. Annika Corinne

    Daisy - This has always seem more of a cute nickname to me, rather than a first name.
    Daisy Coralie

    Flora - Cute! Very underused but familiar. Flora Coraline or Flora Coralie
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    Apr 2013
    Helena-I think Helena is lovely, it's not my favorite but with all these made up names and spellings, I really can't fault it. I actually used to work with a girl named Helena. She was a beautiful Russian girl with a very sweet disposition. Even though it's not my personal style, I think it's a timeless classic name and would be a great option for a little girl With that being said, I personally I don't think that your middle name options go well with Helena. Helena and Cora are both pretty, just not together. Helena Coralie would be your best option if you are absolutely set on using Cora or a variant.

    Susannah-I don't care what anyone thinks, this name needs to make a comeback. It has such a charming, classic flair to it. I also love the nickname Sanna/Sannah. Again with the middle name options, I don't think they really fit with Susannah. It is a three syllable first name so in my opinion it would sound better with a one or two syllable middle name, just so it isn't such a mouthful.

    Flora-I've recently started liking this name a lot. It's very girly and vintage sounding which I love. This is actually my favorite on your list. Please don't use Cora if you choose this name though. Flora Cora sounds a bit ridiculous.

    I don't really care for the rest of your names, sorry. However the names above are each lovely in their own way. It's just a matter of personal taste. Just out of curiousity, which name are you leaning towards the most?
    Good luck with your beautiful new addition and let us know what name you end up using

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    Jan 2013
    Susannah Corinne is by far and away the loveliest option! I'm not a huge fan of Corinne, but, if it's set in stone, that's okay. I think Susannah is divine.
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    Apr 2013
    I LOVE Helena. It's my favourite from your list. I also like the rest of the names, with the exception of Flora. Most of these names end with an 'a', so I'm liking Coralie or Coraline as the middle name. Corinne seems to stomp the flow.
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