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  1. #6
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    Sep 2013
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    Hi!
    Thank you so much for your comments!!

    @Jem
    As for Camryn and Addie, you're probably right. I've always really liked the spelling of Camryn and Addie is on the way up into the popularity charts with names such as Addison, Adele, Adeline, etc. I'll make sure to share your list with my husband, thanks!

    @grackym
    You're right. They are unisex names. Good point. So maybe we're not completely opposed to unisex names...I just don't like my husband's unisex names. Ha! Thanks for your suggestions!

    @collmcc523
    I'm not a fan of his list either, thanks for agreeing! Do you think Hattie is a name that will grow with her into adulthood? I'm worried about it sounding too cutesy but am not a fan of Harriet or Henrietta for a first name with Hattie being the nn. I like your list as well, thanks!

    @katieelle
    You had a few in your list that caught my eye. Need to read them off to my husband. I'm also not sold on the middle name...however, it's a combination of our mothers' middles names, Beth and Ann. Trying to make it work.

    Thank you so much! Maybe I'll get some more replies and I will continue to brainstorm! I'll let you know when we decide!

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Location
    Canada
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    I'm with you on your husband's list, most of those names are really nms. Looking at your choices and your boys names, do you prefer more traditional & modern names for boys, but more different for girls? I find that's always the case for me

    A few suggestions..
    Hazel - I thought of this as soon as I saw your list
    Arden
    Willa
    Lorelei
    Violet
    Martha
    Lila
    Eleanor
    Eloise
    Tabitha
    Melina
    Sylvia
    Vivian
    Beatrice
    Alice
    Mila
    Marcy
    Macy
    Maeve
    Louise
    Estelle
    Rosalind
    Vera
    Isla
    Aurora
    Brynn

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
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    What about Hadley? It has the same sound as Hattie for you & is a unisex name, as that seems to be your husband's preference.

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Posts
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    Aah exciting times!!
    My favourites from the lists are:
    Hattie
    Bridget
    Mabel
    Maren
    I like Addie as a nickname for Adelaide or Adeline.
    Melody

    Suggestions:
    Dahlia 'Logan, Bennett, and Dahlia'
    Maeve 'Logan, Bennett, and Maeve'
    Tamara 'Logan, Bennett, and Tamara'
    Magnolia 'Logan, Bennett, and Magnolia'
    Alessandra 'Logan, Bennett, and Alessandra'
    Diana 'Logan, Bennett, and Diana'
    Cerys 'Logan, Bennett, and Cerys'
    Willow 'Logan, Bennett, and Willow'
    Phoebe 'Logan, Bennett, and Phoebe'
    Opal 'Logan, Bennett, and Opal'

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Posts
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    How about Scarlett? Scarlett Bethan is pretty, imo!
    Clover Bethan is cute, too....
    Amabel? Kind of modernizes Mable a bit...
    Ailish Bethan - very pretty!
    Daphne Bethan
    Jemma Bethan
    Winslow Bethan - nn Winnie
    Marlow Bethan
    Crosby Bethan - I sort of like Crosby for a girl!
    Kelby Bethan
    Darby Bethan

    Good luck!

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