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  1. #11
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    Jul 2013
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    Anna is my older sister's name, and I'm a little upset with my parents for stealing it. I think it's a lovely name that goes well with the others. It's sleek like Ella, sophisticated like Olivia, and brings Addison into the sibset even more.
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  2. #13
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    I really love the name Anna. I think it's OK in your set. Do you ever call Addison Addie? If so would you ever call Anna Annie? Those two are really close. I think Alexis and Avery are both very nice in your set. I like that their A sounds are more distinct from Addison's. Alexa could be good too. Evelyn and Ava come to mind too.


  3. #15
    I think Anna goes well with Ella, Olivia, and Addison. My second choice would be Alexis.
    Theodore Arthur

  4. #17
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    May 2011
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    Anna is prefect! I think I was for it a few months ago when you posted.
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  5. #19
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    Jul 2012
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    The fact that you keep going back to Anna, as you say, means it's probably the perfect name. I think finding a name you love is more important than a cohesive sibset, and while it's not "perfect" Addison doesn't stick out too much. Plus Anna and Addison share the A initial. Anna is classic, timeless, sweet, feminine, and would work on any type of girl. It's not that common either- I've only ever known 2 or 3.
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