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Thread: Bonnie?

  1. #16
    My sister-in-law is named Bonnie and she totally changed my opinion of the name. She is cute, young (late 20s now) and fun, and she loves her name!! I think it is a little dated, which makes it a unique and quirky/cute choice for a baby girl! And, I love honoring family members with names. It gives the name special meaning, and I think it gives an extra sense of familial belonging to the child

  2. #18
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    I think Bonnie would fit right in with all the little Maisies, Hatties and Winnie's. It's a lovely name
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  3. #20
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    Bonnie is breezy, bouncy, and sweet. I love it. How about Bonnie Jane (instead of James) or Bonnie Josephine?

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  4. #22
    I really like Bonnie Jane, but I think that is a stretch for honoring a "James".

    Bonnie Josephine is my favorite, but I suspect it will be vetoed.

    Maybe Bonnie Danielle to honor the "Daniel"?

    Danielle isn't my favorite name, but maybe a good combo of retro and current and honoring?

    Think I may be falling in love with the "Rowen, Colt, Bonnie" combo! Hope my hubby doesn't crush it! I feel like they flow and match with the styles o's and n's. (Colt's full name is Colton, but we always call him Colt.)

  5. #24
    I really like Bonnie Jane, but I think that is a stretch for honoring a "James".

    Bonnie Josephine is my favorite, but I suspect it will be vetoed.

    Maybe Bonnie Danielle to honor the "Daniel"?

    Danielle isn't my favorite name, but maybe a good combo of retro and current and honoring?

    Think I may be falling in love with the "Rowen, Colt, Bonnie" combo! Hope my hubby doesn't crush it! I feel like they flow and match with the styles o's and n's. (Colt's full name is Colton, but we always call him Colt.)

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