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Thread: Please help
October 26th, 2013 11:53 PM #1
Ok we are pregnant with our 4th child we have a boys name picked out but where having a hard time with a girl name.... I have 2 daughters Kendeyl (Kendall) Michelle and Makenzie Marie (Kenzie) for short... So right now I have Kaiden Ruthanne and my husband hates it.. The Ruthanne is after both grandmothers so I would like to keep that but does anyone have suggestions for a girls name that goes well with my other 2 girls?
October 27th, 2013 12:17 AM #3Senior Member
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October 27th, 2013 12:22 AM #5
October 27th, 2013 12:23 AM #7
Both names are really not my style, but here are my suggestions. A few of the options I starred because I thought you might like to keep the "K" as a common factor in your girls names, as a connection between the three. Stylistically, you should look more towards unisex names since Kendall and Mckenzie are both technically unisex:
Kendeyl, Makenzie, and Harper - in terms of style, it was my first thought. Unisex and popular just like Kendeyl and Makenzie
Kendeyl, Makenzie and Avery
Kendeyl, Makenzie and Eliska* - not unisex, but has that "k"
Kendeyl, Makenzie, and Hadley
Kendeyl, Makenzie, and Haven
Kendeyl, Makenzie, and Regan
Kendeyl, Makenzie and Skyler* - loving this one, as it's both unisex and has the k!
Kendeyl, Makenzie, and Brooklyn* - not unisex, but popular and has a k
Sorry if I'm jumping the gun with the whole k thing, but I thought it would be a nice way to relate the names.~*~**~*Larissa~*~**~*
Olympia * Waverly * Amaryllis * Holiday * Seraphina
Laszlo * Phineas * Darwin * Caspian * Virgil
October 27th, 2013 12:28 AM #9
Thanks for the suggestions! There are a few I really like