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  1. #6
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    Love, love, love Margot! Great with Henry/Huck. I have to say, I really dislike your masculine names. It just isn't my style. Henry is so masculine/classic, that his sister needs a feminine name. Since Huck has a literary connection, how about:

    Anne
    Alice
    Wendy
    Elizabeth
    Charlotte
    Ramona
    Beatrice

  2. #8
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    I absolutely love the suggestion of Henry and Elizabeth. Huck and Libby, so so cute!

    Expecting #1 in June!

    Boy: Quentin Charles or Reid ??
    Girl: Catherine Violet or ??
    Beta fish: Blodwyn

  3. #10
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    Nov 2012
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    Elliott nms for a girl
    Everly Like this, but I really love just Ever
    Bellamy Cute!
    Campbell I know several Campbells and I have to say I always think "soup" I totally get the appeal of unisex or surname names, but really do not get this one at. all. You have tons of cuter names to choose from!
    Connelly eh
    Waverly
    Greer really like this!
    Quinn ok...a little too unisex for me...I just can't see it on a boy or girl! It's like Pat I guess. Quinnley? Maybe?
    Elle I think this is my favorite with Huck
    Marlowe I just adore this! Marlow Ever, Marlowe Greer, Marlowe Elle would all be lovely!
    Margo ok
    Greer LOVE!
    Waverly I don't even watch TV but isn't there a wizard show about Waverly something? This reminds me of wizards for some reason:/
    Leighton Cute!



    Henry John nn Huck is ADORABLE! Love it!

    What do you think of Rowan? nn Row or Rory? Hadley, Reese, or Scout?
    Good luck!!

  4. #12
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    I like Henry John and Margo...

    Huck and Magpie!

    Also like Margaret "Daisy" or Laurel or Vivian.
    "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, Ronan, Jude

  5. #14
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    Dec 2012
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    Sounds like you need a classic name with a spunky nickname. I like Bellamy best of your names.

    Eleanor nn Ellie
    Beatrice nn Bea
    Joan nn Jo
    Aurora nn Rory
    Georgia nn Georgie
    Charlotte nn Lottie, Lotta, Charlie
    Coraline, Coralie, Cora
    Imogen nn Ginny
    Katherine nn Kit, Katya
    Rosemarie nn Romy
    Bronwen nn Wren
    Elisabeth nn Ellie, Elis, Lisbeth
    Caroline/Carolina nn Caro
    Rosamund nn Remy
    Marian nn Ree

    Or a shorter name:
    Katya
    Piper
    Zoey
    Natalie
    Thalia
    Wren
    Tess
    Misha
    Romy
    Delia
    Anette
    Vera

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