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January 19th, 2014 02:15 PM #1Junior Member
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Expecting sister to Atticus and finley(girl)! Name suggestions?!
January 19th, 2014 02:21 PM #3Senior Member
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Nellie Claire- both of these names are very short, and don't flow very well. Perhaps Eleanor, Ellen, or Cornelia, nn Nellie? (I don't particularly care for Cornelia Claire, simply because of the alliteration)
Eden Rose- Considering the fact that 'Eden' is the name of the Garden of Eden, and Rose is a flower, I don't like how theme-y this sounds. Perhaps Eden Rosalyn or Eden Rosemary?
Arden Grace- This has to be my favorite out of all your combinations. Arden has been a favorite of mine for a while (though I also like it on a boy), and with the very feminine middle name 'Grace' is a nice name. The only problem I see is that Grace can sometimes be thought of as a 'filler' middle name.
Rosemary Fay- I don't like the way this flows, though I like both names.
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January 19th, 2014 02:30 PM #5Senior Member
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Arden Grace is the best option, it's a better fit with the typically male name Finley so fits that kind of theme. I personally think you need something along the same lines so another boy's name to ensure that it doesn't look like you've got 2 boy's and a girl and that would happen with Nellie and Rosemary and maybe even Eden. I actually really like Eden on a boy or a girl so it might work too.
Arden & Eden are the best options at the moment IMO.
Rowan Grace (I hate seeing Rowan on a girl but Finley & Rowan are perfect together)
January 19th, 2014 02:52 PM #7
Nellie Clare - I dislike the name Nellie I generally find the choice unattractive. However Clare is really pretty. I do prefer Claire spelling wise feels classier.
Eden Rose - I love Eden, she's pretty and has this cool biblical connotation. It's fresh. I love Rose she's elegant and dainty classic. Together however sounds like a stripper name.
Suggestion: Eden Clare?
Arden Grace - Arden is cool and I totally see the appeal. She sounds great with Grace, despite the fact that the combination feels stereotypical. Yet I wouldn't use Arden. I feel she would cause Finley too be outcasted because it would be the run of the 'A' names with a random 'F' name. If that makes sense.
Rosemary Fay - Love this combination it's elegant, demure, and feminine. Rosemary is a very elegant choice. Rosemary looks effortless and comes with a range of gorgeous nicknames Rose, Rosie, Rosa, Mae, Mary, Rue, and Ros. Fay sounds so delicate and pretty with Rosemary. So classy! But it doesn't work. Due to your daughter Finley having a stereotypically masculine name as a first name it feels weird that your other daughter would have such a feminine name. If I looked at that combination I'd believe you'd have two boys followed by a girl. Which isn't great...
Grey Helena - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Grey Helena
Rowan Hermione - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Rowan Hermione
Greta Harriet - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Greta Harriet
Willow Heidi - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Willow Heidi
Seren Heloise - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Seren Heloise
Delilah Hebe - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Delilah Hebe
Mila Hollis - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Mila Hollis
Quinn Hilary - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Quinn Hilary
Kit Holiday - Atticus Henry, Finley Harper & Kit Holiday
Hope this helped : )
January 19th, 2014 03:07 PM #9Junior Member
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I agree Eden and Arden go best with the more masculine Finley.
Clare most likely will be the middle name as my name is Harper Clare, so it kinda has meaning.
Rosemary I've always liked as it was my grandmothers name, although with Finley I do think it goes better as a middle than a first.
I like Quinn but not with Finley as I don't like the rhyming fin and Quinn.
I also like Rowan but think it is maybe becoming too popular? It also reminds me of rowing in a boat.
Nellie I have always liked, and almost named our first daughter, however I'm also worried it's too nick namey and I don't like Eleanor, Helen, or Cornelia. Maybe annelie (But then would you have to correct between AWnelie and ANnelie?) Or nelle?
We have also thought about
Rory (too Gilmore girls?)
Evelyn (too popular?)
Any more suggestions? Something maybe historically masculine but with feminine feel?