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  1. #1

    Help! Baby girl Ready needs name!!

    Hi all,

    I'm due very soon. Our last name is Ready (pronounced just like the word), and were really struggling with a name!!!! Every time I like a name, I hate it with our last name. We considered incorporating Elizabeth as a first or mn as it is a family name. We also considered Elora but having second thoughts. I love names that are a little tomboyish too. If my BF hadn't named her son Logan, it would be a contender for our baby girl. We live by the beach and she will grow up surfing. Any thoughts??? I'm open to anything!!!!!!
    Last edited by babyready; August 2nd, 2013 at 08:56 AM.

  2. #3
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    You can't go wrong with
    Elizabeth and
    Elora is OK too. Suggestions:

    Eliana
    Elowen
    Elodie
    Eloise
    Ella
    Proud mama to L. and S.E.R.

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  3. #5
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    I love the classic Elizabeth as a mn. It flows well with most names. Tomboyish names you may like......

    Colby
    Dylan / Dillon
    Landon
    Harper
    Collin
    Paige
    London
    Parker
    Bryce
    Holland
    Tyler
    Keegan
    Evan
    Blair
    Lauren
    Mckinley
    Cody
    Mommy to Carter James born 09.03.2013

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  4. #7
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    Elizabeth is okay. I prefer Eliora to Elora, with Lior as a spunky, tomboyish nickname.
    I think either Ellison or Emerson could work as well.

  5. #9
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    Here are some names that strike me as tomboyish:

    Tess
    Zoey
    Joey or Jo (as a nn for Josephine)
    Juliet(te) has the tomboyish nicknames Jules and Jet
    Charlie as a nn for Charlotte
    Teagan
    Cory as a nn for Corinne
    Rory
    Rowan
    Jessie
    Georgia nn George
    Wren
    Leith

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