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  1. #1

    Sorry to repost.. Help with Heidi!

    Really loving this name right now. My husband and I were trying to find an Irish name for baby but are having no luck finding the right one. I think we can be on board for a non Irish name if the middle name is Irish. If the baby is a girl and we go this route, the name would most likely be Heidi Kathleen. Can I use Heidi or does it sound so German that it clashes with our Irish heritage? Siblings are Mason and Brenna. Thanks!

  2. #3
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    I think it sounds nice. Mason, Brenna and Heidi. Heidi is a very cute name by the way. Heidi Kathleen sounds very lovely. Are you happy with it or would you like more suggestions?
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    I think it's lovely. It's recognizable but not super common. The flow works very nicely with Kathleen.
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  4. #7
    I think it's okay! Heidi is a cute name, it just doesn't sound very Irish. As ottilie said...do you want suggestions? If so, here are some:

    Ciara
    Erin
    Caitlin
    Quinn

    Good luck!
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  5. #9
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    I think Heidi Kathleen is beautiful! And I wouldn't worry about it clashing with the irish heritage. Heidi is such a cute name and sounds great with Mason and Brenna.
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