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June 27th, 2013 01:39 PM #10Senior Member
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Here is the deal with Grace no, she is not gone... But I am trying to get hubby to think on other options. I love Grace too, but we have used it... Emma.s name is Emma Addison Grace .... While she said she disn't mind at all, she is 11.. And I just have something in the back of my head having a hard time getting past "re-using" a name.. Having said that, hubby has also mentioned just naming the baby Gracie... As it would be different... Well, a little different.. I think Gracie is cute, but to me it is a non.. Hubby then comes back with well, we have a Maggie.. Point taken, we do.. But she was named after my great grandmother who was Maggie... So... Am I over thinking Grace/Gracie??? What do you think??
Yes, I see what you mean. I do have a pull to names that end in the "ah" sound, as I love the way it sounds with our last name, and I just feel they are sweet, feminine girly sounding..
The Ee sound as in Lucy I know I love too, as we have Maggie, Kelsey, Sophie....
Lots to think about, but you bring up good points!~ "How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers."~ Mother Teresa
June 27th, 2013 01:45 PM #12
You've put so much thought and consideration into naming this child that I'm sure whatever you decide will be wonderful!
Hannah Evelyn Jane - Hope your husband comes around to Hannah. I prefer it over Anna. It's soft and pretty.
Hannah Felicity Jane - This combo is gorgeous and I slightly prefer it over the Evelyn combo. I think Hannah is gorgeous albeit popular.
Leah Evelyn Jane - Leah and Levi are too similar for my comfort level.
Lucy Evelyn Jane/Lucy Victoria Jane - I love the sweet Lucy. If you don't mind that it has the same initial as Levi and you won't get to use Luke Elliot, this is a pretty choice. I think Victoria "looks" better because it doesn't have a "y".
Susannah Evelyn Jane - I loved Susannah Joy too but this combo does flow well. My only issue: another "S" initial may be too much for girls so close together.
Amelia Evelyn Jane - Yes, it's too close to Emma for my liking. It's a pretty combo though.
Vivian Jane - I like this combo very much with I don't like that Vivian begins with the same letters at the end of Levi's name. Why I notice these things is beyond me!
Olivia Jane - A beautiful name that is very popular.
Anna Caroline Jane - too similar to Emma for me so that's why I prefer Hannah. Have you considered Joanna/Johanna?All the best,
June 27th, 2013 01:45 PM #14Senior Member
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I can not explain why, but I have never been a fan of Lucia. we lived in a south American country years ago, and Lucia feels very tied there for me, I knew so many Anna Lucia's...
Hubby LOVES Eleanor. She has been on our list for years, and a serious contender. However, I have held back from Eleanor, simply b/c to me, she does not have the pretty, frilly feminine appeal I find in my other daughters names. I feel she is just to the point, though yes, beautiful meaning.. Again I could be wrong....~ "How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers."~ Mother Teresa