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  1. #21
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    I think Hadley goes best with your boys' names.

  2. #23
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    No offense, but I only like Macie Rose and Gracie Kate.
    NYC Addict to Girls' Names. Future novelist and screenwriter.

    Favorite Girls:
    Annabel/Annabella, Alice, Arabella, Bryony, Calla, Clara, Clementine, Delphine, Eleanora, Emmeline, Estella, Hazel, Isadora, Ivy, Jane, Josephine, Lily, Sapphira, Violetta

    Favorite Boys:
    Bryce, Calvin, Charles/Charlie, Christopher, Dylan, Wesley, Wyatt

  3. #25
    Of your list, and i have mixed-&-matched, i'm hoping you think these sound good(?):

    Farryn Paisley / Farryn Paisley Grace
    Briar Sherri Morgan
    Acelynn Harlow Rose

    I like Briar, (also Briar Rose as in Sleeping Beauty) but can't use it as my last name is Marsh... Briar Marsh? Don't think so. So i have named my two kitttens Briar and Breccan instead

    @Verminator - agreed re: Dingleberries; but they keep posting!?!

  4. #27
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    I really don't like names with creative spellings or clearly masculine names for girls. That rules out Chrystin, Morgan, Farryn, Kelby, Jorja, and Ambrose for me.

    I prefer names that work well if a child grows up to be judge, doctor, artist or musician. To me, that means I would rule out Macie and Abbie would be Abigail while Gracie would Grace.

    I think Harlow sounds like harlot so I would avoid that name.

    I really like Hadley, Briana, and Brynn.
    Last edited by paw; September 9th, 2013 at 09:04 PM.
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

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