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  1. #16
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    I don't really like any of these...suggestions that bear similarity:
    Katharine
    Madeleine
    Evelina
    Evelyn
    Adelaide
    Adeline
    NYC Addict to Girls' Names. Future novelist and screenwriter.

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

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

  2. #18
    We don't need to like them, we are here to help the OP with the list she said she had already narrowed down; remember these are not our children and besides, it does not hurt to be polite.

  3. #20
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    I see a few different styles here .. For example Addisyn and Katherine don't work well together as Addisyn is a unisex trendy name and Katherine is a classic. I would pair them up as follows

    Classic

    Eloise, Katherine, Madeline

    Trendy

    Addisyn, Laiken, Everly

    Unisex/masculine

    Levi, Morgan, Auden

    Nature

    Talulah, Rowen, Wren

    my favorite set are the three classic names.
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  4. #22
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    I like Eloise, Wren, and Madeline or Eloise, Wren, and Katherine.
    โ™‚ | Samuel โ—Š Edward โ—Š George โ—Š Arthur โ—Š Ezra โ—Š Gideon โ—Š James โ—Š Quentin โ—Š Solomon โ—Š Jasper
    โ™€ | Helen โ—Š Cora โ—Š Anne โ—Š Jane โ—Š Caroline โ—Š Catherine โ—Š Gwen โ—Š Georgia โ—Š Elizabeth โ—Š Lydia

  5. #24
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    I really like Talulah and Eloise together. I can't decide which third name I'd put with them though. I think Eloise and Talulah both have a quirky, fun feel to them and none of the other names really fit that. Have you considered Phoebe or Zoe? Either of those would complete an awesome trip-set with Eloise and Talulah, I think. Congrats!
    ~Cathryn Elizabeth~

    Stay at home mommy to Benton Grover and Arwen Elizabeth.

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