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October 6th, 2013 03:48 PM #1Junior Member
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I need suggestions!
So we honestly have been look for forever! I am just so tired of looking! so, I am going to ask for suggestions.
I like girly names but with tomboy nicknames or just names that are tomboyish. I also like old fashion names traditional and southern names but am open to hear anything. We have a son names Wesley, so something that would be easy to say together and Joann will definitely be the middle name.
Some of the names we have been thinking aboutwould love opinions of these)
Hadley- I feel meh about this one but he loves it
Ella- I like it but I don't love it and he loves it
Abigail- I love it but don't think I like abby or gail for nicknames
Adeline- like but again don't know any cute NN
Vivian- love but I don't think he is too keen on this one
Annalee- maybe too southern
October 6th, 2013 04:21 PM #3
Adeline=Allen for a nn or Allie, Addie, Lena, or Ellin
Livianne -liv-vee-anne -nn livie, lynn, annie, van, vinnie
Eliana -nn Ian, Elle, etc
Hayden -hayes, ayden
Abigail -ally, allen, billie
Jillian -ian, jill, jillie, jan, janni, etc
Juliette -jette, julie, jules, jetta
Dominique -minni, quinn, niq(nik), niqi, micki
Michaela -mike, mick, mickea, hayes, mae, mikey, kay
Elisabeth -seth, libba, libby, lyssa
Naomi -ian, gnome, mimi
Augusta -austin, asha (awsha)
Emberley or Emberly -emme, emmie, ember, bree, bry, bryan, lee, berry, emery, elle
October 6th, 2013 05:20 PM #5Senior Member
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October 6th, 2013 05:44 PM #7
My favourites from your list are Abigail, Adeline and Vivian. Hadley is ok for a surname but surnames aren't my favourite type of style. Ella is overused and Annalee is too similar to the word "anally".
Georgia (not good with Joann)
DelilahAll the best,
October 6th, 2013 06:04 PM #9Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot