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Thread: Lydia, Bethany, or Amelia
July 7th, 2013 04:03 PM #6Proud mom to Charles Hailey "Charlie" [b. 12/15/11]
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July 7th, 2013 04:14 PM #8Senior Member
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Firstly I love the combination Cora Margaret. I also think Alice is pretty but I dislike Ruby! I've always found Ruby unattractive and harsh. Suggestion Rosalind Alice? Or Rosalie Alice? From your choices I love Lydia and Amelia. At times I dislike Lydia due to dodgy NHS STD advertising but I've kind of got over that and honestly think Lydia is really sweet. Amelia is very popular in UK and in England & Wales Amelia is the number 1. name so for me I hear Amelia a lot but I still think she's a lovely choice, she's sweet and has a spunky feel. I also like the nickname Mia. For me my favourite is Amelia.
So working with Amelia my thoughts on the middle names...
Jane - I think Jane is gorgeous, she's my middle name and my mothers. I love Jane as a first name and on my forever changing favourite name list Jane is both a potential middle name and a first name. So obviously I love her. But with Amelia it's just too common for me. As Amelia is so popular, I'm thinking that their are a million Amelia Jane's running around.
Evelyn - I prefer the pronunciation eve-lin too ever-lin but still either pronunciation is gorgeous. But I think Amelia Evelyn has a strange flow.
Marin - Amelia Marin sounds gorgeous she has this really beautiful authentic vibe. The flow is stunning!
So...Ruby Alice (Rosalie Alice), Cora Margaret, and Amelia Marin.
July 7th, 2013 04:18 PM #10Lise
twenty-something name lover dreaming of adoption.
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July 7th, 2013 05:34 PM #12Senior Member
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July 7th, 2013 05:37 PM #14