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  1. #6
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    I think Eve fits the best. You already have 2 one-syllable names, and have a one-syllable name picked out for a boy. I think it would be a cool theme!
    Boys: Maxwell, Bennett, Oliver, Elliott and Archer.

    Girls: Rose, Juliet, Aria, Cora and Scarlett


    Sorry for any random spellings. I'm probably on my nook!

  2. #8
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    Cora, Eve or Ruby

  3. #10
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    Thank you for all of the ideas!

    I've actually had Ruby, Roxana, and Mila on my long list. I took Ruby and Mila off because of their rise in popularity.

    I'm a pain in that if I know someone with the name or a child with the name I pass it up. So Claire, Lilia, Eloise, and Alice are out.

    The boys have a one syllable first name followed by traditional two syllable middle names. Rex Thomas and Troy Michael. I thought Cora Ann sounded good with their names. I have to admit though I really like the sound of Ivy and Eve.

    I just looked up the meaning of Iris and it is absolutely beautiful! I'll definitely run that one past my husband.

    I kept the boys names short and strong. But I know as a child I would have loved to have had a girlie name that could be shortened into a nickname. That would be why I added Beatrice to the mix.

    I also really like the name Carys but the DH tries to stick with Greek or Latin derived names.

  4. #12
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    Jun 2009
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    Oh, thoughts on Dean? Should I post in boy names too?

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
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    I think strong but short is the way to go for Rex and Troy's sister. Therefore, Eve would be my pick from your short list followed by Cora.

    One-Syllable

    Gwen
    Maeve
    Ruth
    Pearl
    Nora
    Blythe
    Jane/Joan/June
    Paige
    Tyne
    Nell
    Sloane
    Wren
    Lark
    Greer
    Reese
    Brooke
    Niamh (neev)
    Fern
    Rose
    Grace

    Two-syllables or more

    Constance
    Daphne
    Arden
    Eden
    Oona
    Ingrid
    Gwyneth
    Celeste
    Margot
    Sabine
    Greta/Gretchen
    Gilda
    Ines
    Edith
    Alice
    Ada
    Sybil
    Frida
    Olive
    Bridget
    Corliss
    Carmen
    Mary
    Elsa
    Rosamund
    Bronwen
    Sidony
    Evangeline
    Dagmar
    Adele
    Audrey
    Roxanne
    Flora
    Zara
    Hazel
    Mabel
    Last edited by mischa; May 27th, 2013 at 04:50 PM.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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