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July 10th, 2013 05:38 PM #6Senior Member
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- Sydney Australia
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July 10th, 2013 05:52 PM #8Welcomed T January 2012
Expecting another little mover July 2013
Will it be -
Genevieve, Zara, Catalina, Maylia, Juliet or Ivy
Archer, Bodhi, Teague, Miller, Tavish, or Rio
July 10th, 2013 05:56 PM #10Senior Member
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- Apr 2013
I love southernbeauty's suggestions Catalina Astrid Eve and Catalina Prudence Eve. I think Catalina and Eve are both vowel-heavy and very flowy, so two-syllable names with harsher consonants sound better to me, especially since your last name is also pretty soft. I also like Sonnet or Saffron in the middle spot for you. Juniper seems a bit long, but it's not bad. Catalina and Eve are already very nature-y/noun-y names, and it might be hard to find another nature name that doesn't make you sound like you've named a perfume.
Catalina Kismet Eve
Catalina Minuet Eve
Catalina Tempest Eve
Catalina Miriam Eve
Catalina Roslyn Eve
July 10th, 2013 06:02 PM #12Eddie (to Saffy): Oh, darling, Mummy loves you. On the day you were born I *knew* I wanted you...
Patsy: However, the day after...
July 11th, 2013 01:11 AM #14