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  1. #1
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    Somethinggg. Mary Elizabeth

    So I still feel like Im in a rut &he only soultioni can see fit is to fully honor my grandmother as Mary Elizabeth. Dilemma is I dont care for the nicknames & I find mary a bit to ordinarily plain.

    Any suggestions for a first or middle to go with those two? Or maybe a new spin over all.. anything is appreciated!

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  3. #5
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    I'd go w/something like Clementina Maizie

  4. #7
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    How about Mary Elizabeth, nn Maisie? It's a bit of a stretch, but I really like it.
    Anna Elizabeth & Luke Alexander; Caroline Grace & James Frederick
    From our ancestors come our names, but from our virtues our honors. ~ Proverb

  5. #9
    Maisie is cute! You could also name her Mary Elizabeth and call her Mary Beth or even Molly. I recently named my daughter a double Mary name. I was worried it was too plain and I wouldn't like it, but I adore it! Mary is unusual these days and I am receiving so many compliments on it. Honoring someone dear to you might make it feel so special as well, rather than plain. Good luck!

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