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Thread: Finally Have List of Girl Names!
August 29th, 2013 01:23 PM #16Senior Member
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I actually don't like Seraphine. I have been seeing it all over the boards and I don't get the appeal.
I think Adele will (at least for a number of years still) have the association with the singer - that is fine right now while she continues to be a classy lady, hopefully she never has a breakdown & goes the way so many celebrities do.
And I think Christine is too blah compared to your other faves.
I LIKE Blair. Blair Violet might be my top pick (if you have second thoughts about Blair, maybe Brinn would suit?)
I prefer Isobel to Isabel & think it is very pretty - I would love it paired with Violet or Marlena!
And Audrey Marlena is just beautiful.New username is @ truenature
August 29th, 2013 01:41 PM #18
♥ Elysia ♥ Amadea ♥ Fidelia ♥ Elvira ♥ Verity ♥ Amalia ♥
♥ Peregrine ♥ Orion ♥ Aeneas ♥ Inigo ♥ Alastair ♥ Leopold ♥
~ Always dreaming... ~
August 29th, 2013 07:31 PM #20After two years of trying and one chemical pregnancy,
Cautiously due July 2017 with #1
Eulalie Catherine • Cecily Mathilda • Beatrix Evelina • Catharina Tamsin • Paloma Celeste
Ivo Maurice Abraham • Marius Nathanael • Euan Marcellus • Crispin Adair • Morris Oak
August 29th, 2013 08:03 PM #22Senior Member
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Initally, I was going to choose Audrey Marlena (I just think Marlena is cute), but after reading what you wrote about your step-children's names and your and DH's feelings about each combo, I changed to Ivy Christine. I think Ivy sounds lovely with Stella, Emma and Josiah, and I prefer Christine as the more grounded middle name over Seraphine, though I do really like Isobel (with an O!) and Seraphine. I have a thing for -ine names in the middle spot either way.
If I were going to make any combo out of the names you suggested, I would do Adele Christine or Adele Seraphine. Adele is a beautiful name, and I don't think the singer can take all the credit for that. Plus, it's not a name like Cher or Madonna or Aretha - it's always been in wide enough use that you wouldn't immediately associate the two. Plus, Adele shares some sounds with Emma and Stella, and I think they go together gorgeously.
Other potential combos: