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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    thank you! I find myself leaning more towards Isla for some reason, but every time I get too close, Lyra just pulls me back to her. Neither name are very common in the area I live in. In fact, I have never heard them on an actual child. But I know from other websites that both are gaining in popularity. Lyra is a name I have had a love affair with for so long, that it is hard to let her go, But I don't want to pass on such a beauty as Isla either. ugh! I wish they weren't so similar or I would slap them together and call it a day!
    Mom to two rambunctious little sprites: Connor Michael 9/5/03 and Jack Alexander 12/22/07
    And our fiery yet sweet Isla Rosalind - 12/29/13

    SURPRISE! Baby #4 expected October, 2015!!

    Future Children: Truett Lee | ______Joyce???

    Current Loves: Wren | Beatrix | Elyse | Hazel | Olive |Elowen
    Tate | Torin | Gale | Truett | Liam | Oliver | Oscar | Orson | Elias | Cohen

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    United States
    Aaah, I love all these names. Isla, Rosalind, Lyra, Elowen... right up my alley!

    It's a tough call, but I would go with Isla. I agree that it goes a little better with your other kids' names (although Lyra has the astronomy connection, which I love.) Isla Rosalind is a beautiful combination.
    Baby #2 due April 2016

  3. #10
    I prefer Lyra Elowen. Isla Rosalind is pretty too, but Isla is a little too trendy for my taste.
    Great resource for name popularity over the last 120 years:

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Both names are lovely but I love Lyra Elowen

  5. #14
    Connor, Jack and Isla are a perfect match. Isla Rosalind sounds so much more dignified and sophisticated than Lyra Elowen IMO. Lyra Elowen is a little too whimsical for my taste.

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