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June 19th, 2013 03:43 PM #31
Carolyn and Caroline are usually but not always the same pronunciation. I knew one mother of a Caroline who used both pronunciations. I think it is a matter of making it clear that you like the Caroline pronunciation, people will soon learn. And yes Madeleine is said as Madelyn no 'leen" or "line" pronunciation at all.
Last edited by rollo; June 19th, 2013 at 03:45 PM.Psalm 23
June 19th, 2013 03:58 PM #33Senior Member
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Ella Josephine - Ella always strikes me as 1/2 of a name.
Savannah Jane - If you are going to use another "s" name, I much prefer Susannah
Charlotte Eloise - Again, I would eliminate names with a "s" or "sh" starting sound
Anna Caroline - this is quite nice
Anna Joy Caroline - it's okay
Lucy Caroline - I love this except I'm weird about not liking C as a middle initial for Lucy
Jane Victoria - I like both names separately but together it falls a bit flat
Susannah Joy - Very pretty. You do have many girls with "s" names though, but still maybe it'd be worth it.
Caroline Joy - Prefer Caroline Grace
Caroline Gloria - okay, if it significant to you than it might be a good choice
Lily Caroline - Lily hasn't been a favorite of mine
Anna-Grace Evangeline I like the sentiment of Evangeline but I don't find it pretty
Anna Eloise - not a fan of Eloise
Olivia Jane - this could work
Grace Caroline -- LOVE IT!
Madeline Anne - love your kids' comments about the youngest one...
Last edited by lo; June 19th, 2013 at 04:06 PM.Mom to Paul, Clare, Mark, Katharine, James, and Andrew
Future girl: Stella or Grace or Lucy
Future boy: Peter Gregory
June 19th, 2013 04:07 PM #35
I also love Genevieve, but I am not a fan of Hope. Ella Josephine and Charlotte Eloise are just gorgeous, hands down my favorites. I like Caroline Joy and Olivia Giovanna, but not as much as the other two just because Caroline and Olivia have been fairly common for about a generation already. But it's completely up to you!!
You have nice taste in names and I love that you're honoring relatives Good luck!
Juliet, Arabella, Willow, Camilla, Genevieve, Lorelai, Clarice, Emmeline, Isla, Giselle, Eloise, Amelia, Mabel, Eliora, Aurelia, Emalina, Maëlys, Lumina, Lavender, Seraphina
Jeremy, Declan, Camden, Leo, Luca, Oliver, Rhys, Griffin, Milo, Micah, Yves, Rémy, Theo, Jasper, Gavin, Anders, Samson, Félix, Ollivander, Maxim
June 19th, 2013 07:14 PM #37From our ancestors come our names, but from our virtues our honors. ~ Proverb
Classics: Caroline, Catherine, Emily, Benjamin, James, Luke
Celtic flair: Annabel, Maeve, Liam, Kyle, Patrick
French: Celeste, Charlotte, Claire, Delphine
Short & Sweet: Grace, Jane, Rose, Jack, Leo
June 19th, 2013 08:33 PM #39Proud mom to Charles Hailey "Charlie" [b. 12/15/11]
Emilia Edith Corinne "Millie" [dd. Sept, 2013]
Quinn | Daphne | Kellan | Eilidh | Juliet
Declan | Jack | William | Aiden | River
"Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see"