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November 15th, 2013 01:38 PM #21Member
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- Bloomfield, NJ
November 15th, 2013 01:55 PM #23
Absolutely go with the name YOU love! Our family has never liked our choices either, but they come to love them when they are on the child. My daughter is Clara, and my mother had a campaign going to try to get me to use Claire instead. Well, that just wasn't going to happen. She has told me since, that I really made the better choice.
Rosabel is so precious! I love Charlotte and Harriet, but Charlotte is very common where I live. Harriet, not as much, but it is on the rise.
November 15th, 2013 02:17 PM #25
Rosabel is one of the most beautiful names I know.
♥ Rosa ♥ Elsie ♥ Flora ♥ Inga ♥ Maj ♥ Molly ♥
♥ Pelle ♥ Viggo ♥ Inge ♥ Ingo ♥ Tor ♥
~ From Sweden - Feel free to ask if you want to know anything about Swedish names! ~
January 11th, 2014 07:04 AM #27Junior Member
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Thanks so much for all your comments. It's definitely Rosabel Charlotte or Charlotte Rosabel & I'm starting to sway more back to Rosabel as a first name.
I think it's pretty, feminine & unusual. I do like the spelling Rosa belle but as our surname is Ellison, worried about too many "L's".
But thanks so much for all your comments & yes I'm British & over here chavy, does mean low class, kind of tacky. I think my family didn't like it, as over here we do have names that are associated with low class like Chardonnay & Chantelle, but I still like it & don't care.
January 11th, 2014 07:13 AM #29
You are aware -el- sounds runs a bit in Rosabel Ellison? I don't think it's a problem, but I'm pointing this so you won't be stunned when potential problems arise. Maybe there wouldn't be any problems, just a heads up.Cecily Beatrice ° Flora Melisende ° Dorothea Meadow ° Beatrice Marigold
Charlotte Nimue ° Melody Elysia ° Alice Magdalena ° Griselda Phoebe
Cressida Bridget ° Cecily Helena ° Seraphina Lotus ° Aurora Rosamund
Edmund Ludwig ° Sylvan Raphael ° Robin Lysander ° Magnus Florian ° Charles Godfrey
Edward Lancelot ° Edmund Lucius ° Thorin Balthazar ° Percy Beowulf ° Erik Peregrine