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May 24th, 2013 12:40 PM #6
Elisabeth Kate - it's fine, prefer Elisabeth to Elizabeth
Cassandra Vivienne - nice, especially Vivienne
Rosalie Nicole - lovely first, terrible middle! Maybe Rosalia?
Charlotte Lorraine - blah. Dislike Lorraine
Catalina Lucy - very nice
Mackinley Alice - Alice is nice, Mackinley I really don't like.
Anneliese Scarlett - meh
Abbigail Mackenna - dislike the middle, Abigail is nice but looks like a typo with two b's
Hadleigh Grace - would be nice with the spelling HadleyTwo small people, Mila Arden and Cato Bennett.
All done but still dreaming of
Atlas Bram, Abel Octavian, Abel Roscoe
Lyra Blythe, Delphi Winter, Elowen Sage, Inka Blythe
May 24th, 2013 03:11 PM #8
May 24th, 2013 03:25 PM #10Senior Member
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Elisabeth Kate "Elise" - I like this, it's classic and beautiful. I really like the nn Elise with Elisabeth, which I would have never thought of using.
Cassandra Vivienne "Cassie" or "Cassia" - Hmmm... I like both of these names they just don't seem to flow as well to me
Rosalie Nicole (don't love this middle, but can't think of anything else) - Rosalie is gorgeous, I definitely like Rosalie, how about Rosalie Elisabeth, Rosalie Margaret, Rosalie Maeve, Rosalie Eleanor, Rosalie Catherine?
Charlotte Lorraine "Charlie" (but would probably just go by Charlotte) - Charlotte Lorraine is very pretty, I would just be aware that Charlotte seems pretty popular, (maybe I'm wrong though)
Catalina Lucy "Cate" - I like Catalina and I like Lucy, but not together. How about Catalina Lucille or Catalina Lucinda?
Mackinley Alice "Kinzie" - I don't really like this, I like Alice, but I know many girls with the name Kinzie/Kenzie
Anneliese Scarlett "Annie" - Cute
Abbigail Mackenna "Abbie" - I like this is it is spelled Abigail, the double b looks strange to me.
Hadleigh Grace - Cute, but I would prefer just Hadley spelling.
May 24th, 2013 03:56 PM #12
Elisabeth Kate "Elise" - Cut!
Cassandra Vivienne "Cassie" or "Cassia" - Liking Vivienne, not Cassandra. I think it's a personal thing, though. The combo's a little long, too.
Rosalie Nicole (don't love this middle, but can't think of anything else) - Like it! How about Rosalie Violet, Rosalie Sage, or Rosalie Claire?
Charlotte Lorraine "Charlie" (but would probably just go by Charlotte) - Cute, but I'm not a fan of the fact that both have double letters.
Catalina Lucy "Cate" - Love this! Catalina is cute and fresh, and goes well with Lucy. NN is perfect!
Mackinley Alice "Kinzie" - I'll admit, I first thought the nn doesn't make any sense. And I prefer Mckinley spelled just like that, since it's the original spelling. But Mckinley Alice is nice!
Anneliese Scarlett "Annie" - I love your nicknames! Unfortunately, the s sound runs this name together alot, which is awkward imo.
Abbigail Mackenna "Abbie" - I agree the double b is unnecessary and odd. I prefer the spelling Mckenna, it seems less trendy. Never liked Abigail that much to start with, actually.
Hadleigh Grace - I adore the name Hadley, but I prefer ley. I know it's traditionally the masculine spelling, but I think Hadleigh looks too trendy.~*~**~*Larissa~*~**~*
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May 24th, 2013 04:48 PM #14
Elisabeth Kate "Elise" - Classic and spunky
Cassandra Vivienne "Cassie" or "Cassia" - two wonderful names but a little long in the same combo
Rosalie Nicole - Rosalie is pretty but I don't care for Nicole.
Charlotte Lorraine "Charlie" - I love Charlotte but I don't like the flow of the l's in this combo. Lorraine Charlotte sounds better but I do prefer Charlotte as a first name. How about Charlotte Rosalie?
Catalina Lucy "Cate" - Again, the l's are not ideal. Lucy Catalina flows better.
Mackinley Alice "Kinzie" - Can't stand Mc/Mac names. Would you consider Alice McKinley?
Anneliese Scarlett "Annie" - I love Anneliese but Scarlett is trendy and has too many negative associations
Abbigail Mackenna "Abbie" - Don't ruin a classic name with a teen spelling, please! How's that for honesty? Abigail Mackenna looks much better.
Hadleigh Grace - Another terrible spelling. Hadley Grace is fine!All the best,