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October 14th, 2013 09:57 PM #1Member
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Thoughts on my top girls names
October 14th, 2013 10:05 PM #3Senior Member
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Charlotte - I do like this name but I think it's become more popular by the day so I think I would go with Charlene instead. You still get the great Charlie as a NN with a twist.
Annabelle - This name has great NN potential but I'm not 100% on it. Arabelle could be a great alternative to this.
Ella - I think it's right along with all the other short but sweet girls names going around. It is a great name and if you don't mind the popularity it's a great choice.
Emma - Same as above
Lucy - I prefer Lucille NN Lucy but Lucy alone is an amazing name.
Nora - Short sweet and to the point. Can't go wrong with this choice.
Daisy - It's the name of my dog and many other dogs I know of so that distorts my opinion on this name for a little girl. Sorry.
Georgia - I like the NN Gigi for this and reminds me of Gilmore Girls which to me is an amazing connection so I do like it.
Overall I good list. Good Luck.Mom to Isaiah Gabriel, Zachariah Xavier and two precious angel babies.
Crossing our fingers for a sticky baby soon.
October 14th, 2013 10:20 PM #5
I like most of your names:
Charlotte- Charlotte is my dog's name. So I love it.
Annabelle- Prefer the Annabel spelling (and I know I'm the only one). I think it is a frilly, girly name, but not in a bad way. Not my absolute favorite but I like it.
Ella- I wouldn't be suprised to meet one. Its a pretty name, but I don't see it aging well. It's so nicknamey to me.
Emma- Prefer Emmeline, but I have recently started liking it despite its popularity. I know many though, which turns me off. Love the combo Emma Kate.
Lucy- I think this one is a bit overrated. It's nice, but kind of boring because I hear it on hear all the time.
Nora- I like Nora. I think it's classy and sweet and easy to spell. Also like it as a nickname for Eleanora.
Daisy- I'm on the fence on this one. The flower is nice. I think it is little kiddish. Plus it has the not so morally awesome Daisy Buchannan tied to it (which might be why I don't love it) and the Mario character (the princess Peach with a yellow dress and red hair). But someone on here recently posted about naming their daughter and one of the choices was Daisy Madeline, and I fell in love with that combo. All in all, its an okay name with some good and bad qualities to it (in my opinion).
Georgia- Love it. I think it is great, simple, easily spelled and underused. So much less old sounding than George is.
I might have been a bit harsh. All in all, you have a good list, and I like all of them, but don't love most of them. I hope that helped!Just another teenberry and writer, a lover of names
Current Favorites:Zoe, Veronica, Selene, Thalia, Magdalena, Adeline, Alice, Cleo, Isadora/Isidora, & Phoebe
Dimitri, Augustus, Jude, Gregory, Tobias, Leo, Samuel, James, Jason, & Orion
Crushing On: Nicoletta, Louisa, Ariadne, Eleanor & Benjamin, Nico, Giedon
Have a fabulous day!
October 14th, 2013 10:27 PM #7
Charlotte - Like a lot. It's feminine, but could be more "tomboy" with the nn Charlie.
Annabelle - Prefer Annabel or just Anna, but I like it.
Ella - Over it.
Emma - Like, a little too popular for me though.
Lucy - Like.
Nora - Like but not as much as others.
Daisy - This is more of a pet name or nn to me.
Georgia - It grew on me but still not a favorite.Top 10 girl's names: Serena * Audrey * Sienna * Bridget * Lucy * Hazel * Cordelia * Josephine * Claire * Alice
Top 10 boy's names: Elliott * Callum * Theodore * Emmett * Nolan * Ian * Blake * Brennan * Adrian * Everett
October 14th, 2013 10:30 PM #9Senior Member
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