View Poll Results: Which combos do you like?
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Marianne Elizabeth "Annie"
Penelope Olive "Penny"
Helena Mary "Nellie"
Elizabeth Leona "Bess"
Anastasia Louise "Annie"
Thread: Vote for your favorites!
June 8th, 2013 11:28 PM #6Senior Member
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- Feb 2012
June 8th, 2013 11:59 PM #8
I voted for Helena Mary, I love it! I think it goes best with your other children's names. All of the rest are nice, but there's some reason or another I wouldn't use them. I'd definitely use Helena for my own child. It's so beautiful and literary and classic, timeless and I love the nn Nellie and Nell. BTW, I absolutely adore Genevieve and I would do just about anything for my DBF to approve it
June 9th, 2013 10:44 AM #10Senior Member
Mom to Alexander Patrick (11), Madelyn Esther (8), Genevieve Susan (3), and Theodore James (stillborn at 37 weeks on February 3, 2014). Expecting #5 (a girl!) in May 2015.
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Boys: Everett, Sebastian, Augustus, Samuel, Abraham, Elias, Julian, Silas, Nicholas, Desmond, Jasper, Ezekiel
Girls: Bridget, Felicity, Elizabeth, Penelope, Leona, Ophelia, Elodie, Elysia, Callista, Miriam, Isabelle, Delilah
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June 9th, 2013 11:33 AM #12Senior Member
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- Nov 2012
I chose the following
Marianne Elizabeth- these are both longer names but they are easy to say together and have a nice rhythm. Anne is my middle name and i always liked the nn Annie.
Penelope Olive- so adorable, love the nn penny. The sounds trip over themselves just a little bit but not enough for me to really care.
Elizabeth leona- gorgeous name! I'm not wild about Bess, but i know others here prefer that nickname. But I do like just about every other nn for Elizabeth, which makes the name a winner for me. Leona is so lovely.
Violet Elizabeth- another pretty pairing. I like Vi for a nn, and the more uncommonly heard sounds of the v and z together. I almost prefer it as Elizabeth violet, but either way is nice.
Lorelei Jane- equal parts whimsy and reason. I really like this combination. I could see people shortening Lorelei to Laurie, which I'm not really in love with, so I'd personally be ready with an alternative nn (Lolo, Lola, or Rory maybe?)
Felicity olive- two word names that work well together, and I like the repeated 'li' sounds in the two.
Bridget Louisa and juliet Kelley didn't really spark in my opinion (Bridget Eloise or Eloise Bridget is a nice variation) and Anastasia Louise was kind of a mouthful for me.
June 9th, 2013 11:57 AM #14