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July 2nd, 2013 03:34 PM #6
Last edited by kyemsma; July 3rd, 2013 at 07:11 AM.Anna Caroline & James Frederick; Jane Elizabeth & Luke Benjamin
July 2nd, 2013 07:17 PM #8Senior Member
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July 2nd, 2013 10:18 PM #10
Och, Felicity Jane is lovely! Ella Felicity Jane was my first idea (and I love it!), but I think Ella is just not usable for you.
Hannah Felicity Jane
Grace Felicity Jane (despite the overtly virtuey feel of it, I really love Grace Felicity)
Eva Felicity Jane.
Anna Felicity Jane (meh, I still don't like it too much, but I know you love it, and I think Anna Felicity Jane is nice)
Olivia Felicity Jane (or even Olive Felicity Jane!)
Daphne Felicity Jane
Ivy Felicity Jane
Poppy Felicity Jane
Zoe Felicity Jane
Zara Felicity Jane
Georgia Felicity Jane
Nora Felicity Jane
Nadia Felicity Jane
Adeline Felicity Jane
Lily Felicity Jane
Violet Felicity Jane
Charlotte Felicity Jane
Caroline Felicity Jane (although I like the idea of Caroline Eva Jane or something along those lines for you...)
Ava Felicity ane
Tess Felicity Jane
Julia Felicity JaneLise
twenty-something name lover dreaming of adoption.
Isabelle | Arianne | Olivia | Violet | Rachel | Lillian | Charlotte | Eleni | Hannah | Eva | Catherine | Emmeline | Tess
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July 2nd, 2013 11:00 PM #12Senior Member
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Thank you all so much! So many wonderful suggestions! So many that I love! O.k. Now, to sit back and try to digest..~ "How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers."~ Mother Teresa
July 2nd, 2013 11:55 PM #14
Call me crazy, but I think I want to try looking at this a different way. You need a name like Kelsey - she's sort of out there in her own as a trendy gender-bender (not that this name needs to swing both ways) whereas you other names are more similar as a whole and in sets. Maggie and Sophie seem more nickname-y, Mary and Sarah are both Biblical and classic-classic-classic!, Emma and Serena are both vintage and very feminine.
Kelsey was at her most popular in the early 90s. Looking at the Top 50 for those years, here are some ideas I came up with:
Rachel Felicity Jane
Heather Felicity Jane
Laura Felicity Jane
Hannah Felicity Jane
1990 - Rachel is a Biblical classic you don't hear all the time now. Heather is a soft nature name ripe for revival. Laura is a subtle underused classic. Hannah is a quintessential perky good girl name also not heard all over these days.
Shelby Felicity Jane
Morgan Felicity Jane
1991 - Shelby is cute and Southern and very sweet. The flow admittedly isn't superb there. Morgan is exactly like Kelsey, a 90s favorite gender bender, with a spunky image.
Alexis Felicity Jane
1992 - Alexis is another gender bender with tons of nickname potential. It's a youthful name that ages well and fits many personalities.
Victoria Felicity Jane
1993 - Victoria has been around for a long time, but Tori was everywhere in the 90s. Not so much now. Especially in light of the pending British Baby, this is a regal option.
Abigail Felicity Jane
1994 - A tried and true Biblical favorite for centuries, Abigail is an easy name to wear.
Sydney Felicity Jane
Jordan Felicity Jane
1995 - Sydney and Jordan are both gender benders. Sydney is more feminine and continues to be seen today. Jordan has seemingly largely returned to the boys, but would represent a bold step.
Of these names, the ones that are most like Kelsey but also most versatile and appealing in the set are Alexis and Sydney, though Syd doesn't flow as well with Felicity.
Victoria and Abigail are both lovely, but more classically matched to your other girls' names.
Rachel may be middle ground."Names, once they are in common use, quickly become mere sounds, their etymology being buried, like so many of the earth's marvels, beneath the dust of habit." - Salman Rushdie
Favorites - Eliza, Phoebe, Juliet, Archer, Holden, Jude