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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2013

    Hazel Pomeline or Hazel Persephone?

    I'm starting to feel a little sad about not getting to use Persephone (I've kept it on the list, but DH is not going to come around). WDYT about Hazel Persephone? I love Pomeline too, so it's a hard call for me...but I like that Persephone has a little more meaning behind it and a connection to the nature/seasons.

    Should we consider it (pretty sure I could convince him to use it as a middle) or is this just very-end-of-pregnancy cold feet about the names we've loved for awhile?

    We changed our mind at the very end with my son's name and I've always had regrets, so I'm wary of switching to the new "shiny" option last minute!

  2. #3

    Pomeline is lovely

    and Persephone has way too much baggage.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    the land of polar bears and igloos.
    I definitely prefer Hazel Pomeline. Hazel Persephone has a few similar sounds that don't fit nicely, where as Hazel Pomeline fits perfectly.
    have courage, and be kind.
    Edith, Florence, Sybil, Elsie, Evelyn, Lucy, Matilda, Vera, Poppy
    Violet, Mabel, Minnie, Jane, Marigold, Lily, Cora, Martha, Alice

    George, Atticus, William, Thomas, Henry, Daniel, Ernest, Albert
    Matthew, Charlie, Louis, Hugo, Patrick, Andrew, Lachlan, Winston

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    I strongly prefer Persephone over Pomeline. I actually like the ties to the Greek myth. Plus, it just has this beautiful sound about it.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Pomeline! Persephone is also nice, but not my favorite.
    Cecily Bridget, Rosalyn Amoret, Charlotte Eliska, Melody Beatrice, Seraphina Daisy, Aurora Valkyrie, Helena Marigold
    Dorothea Lys
    Robin Lysander, Edmund Ludwig, Percy Julian, Magnus Roland

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