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  1. #11
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    I think Sloane is more unisex than Layla and Elyse, so I'd try for something with more of a similar feel. I also like the Y as a way to tie the names together. Some possibilities:

    Layla, Elyse, and

    Amy
    Blythe
    Bryn
    Darcy
    Faye
    May
    Nancy
    Mary
    Meryl
    Ruby
    Story
    Sybil
    Sydney
    Sylvie
    Tyra
    Verity

  2. #13
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    How about Zoelie? I think Zoelie would fit beautifully. Layla, Elyse, and Zoelie. (Zoel-lee)
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  3. #15
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    Nov 2010
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    I love Sloane! I think it's a super cute name and it sounds cool with your others!

    Some names similar to Layla and Elyse:
    Amica
    Amira
    Ariana
    Celia
    Delaney
    Gemma
    Hazel
    Mae
    Olive
    Piper
    Poppy
    Ruby
    Serena
    Winter
    Mabel // Juniper // Adelaide // Rosalind // Delaney // Winifred // Cecilia // Dorothy // Margaret // Georgia
    Everett // August // Edward // Julian // Ronan // Theodore // Kingston // Nathaniel // Archer // Gabriel

  4. #17
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    I'm concerned Sloane with an S-last name might sound hissy or lispy. I personally wouldn't use an S-first name with an S-last name. Most alliterative names don't bother me at all (my daughter's initials are M.M.), but S just doesn't work for me.

    I also agree with the comment above that another y name would link them visually, but definitely avoid anything too made-up.
    Mommy to...Maura Lucille

    I had a baby today, I would name him/her...
    Patrick Donley or Brigid "Birdie" ???

    BOYS: Seamus Arthur or Niall/Neil/Neal James
    GIRLS: ???

  5. #19
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    Aug 2011
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    Sloane is awesome, I really like it. But I feel like Sloane Julianna doesn't really flow when you say it out loud. What about Sloane Julia or Sloane Juliet/Juliette instead? (I prefer Juliet/ette, but I really like french names).

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