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June 22nd, 2013 12:11 PM #1
In early labor, last minute change in name?!?
What is your favorite combo? My husband brought up the idea of the name Lavinia about a month ago, but we were set on Elowen. We just said maybe for the next girl... but if we have a boy next we will probably be done. So the question is, do we love Elowen or Lavinia best for this little girl soon to make her appearance? Obviously we can decide after she's born, but I just wanted some opinions on which you like best. Big sister's name is Rosamund Hazel.
First Names: Elowen or Lavinia
Middle Names (all have some family or personal significance even if they sound "filler"): June, Louise, or May
Thanks!Mommy to Rosamund Hazel March 2011, Elowen Louise June 2013, & Barrett Irwin Gregory due July 2015
Just for fun ~ Adeline Violet, Clementine June, Lavinia Lucille, Matilda Anne, Wilhelmina May
Caledon Patrick, Finnegan James, Henry Valentine, Rudyard Christian, Sullivan George
"Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above" ~ James 1:17
June 22nd, 2013 12:35 PM #3Bethanie Vivian-Latinist, art historian, world traveler, Harry Potter enthusiast, book collector, middle school Latin magistra, engaged to be married 4-11-15, name collector circa 2005.
mom to macbeth dickens the orange and white tabby, sylvie fleur & delphine esmee the twin calicoes & tiberius teddy "tiber" the blue merle mini aussie <3
guys - theo marcel raphael alastair lucian
dolls - genevieve aurora helena lydia clara
June 22nd, 2013 12:38 PM #5Senior Member
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June 22nd, 2013 12:51 PM #7
June 22nd, 2013 12:54 PM #9
Elowen is also lovely, but I think Rosamund and Lavinia is much better sibset. I voted for Lavinia June. I didn't pick May because it seems silly to me to use a month name for a baby not born in that month. The alliteration of the L sound in Lavinia Louise might bother some people, so Louise may not be the best match. If neither of those things bother you, though, all 3 choices are nice. Or, if the middle name isn't set in stone, Lavinia Elowen sounds pretty to me, too.