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  1. #1
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    He's Agreed to Five Names!

    Hello!

    Thank you to those that have given suggestions and opinions on my other threads, you are all amazing!

    I showed my husband my list, and from the 17 or so names he likes FIVE (which is a big accomplishment haha!). So of the five, which is your favorite? Her middle name will be Linda, after my mother (I don't want to change it to a version of Linda), her big brother is Sébastien and her twin brother is still nameless as my husband didn't like any of my boy names Other suggestions are welcomed (French or not)

    Thanks a ton for all the help!
    Cora

    Amelia
    Delphine
    Genevieve
    Josephine
    Margot/Margaux


    We also, for the most part have our favorite nicknames picked out:

    Amelia "Mia" (open to other ideas, but we don't like Amy or Lia)
    Delphine "Della"
    Genevieve "Evie"
    Josephine "Josie"
    Margot/Margaux, the only name we don't have a nickname idea for. We don't like Maggie/Margie/May and can't think of anything else (any ideas?)

  2. #3
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    Congrats on twins!

    My favourites are Delphine Linda and Josephine Linda

    While I actually prefer Amelia and Genevieve, I don't think they go with Linda as well as the others
    Hope that helps
    Maddox (Max) James 08.31.13.

    Boys Favourites: Holden, Theron (Theo), Aidan, Killian

    Girls Favourites: Rosalie, Lucy, Lyra, Isla

  3. #5
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    Love:

    Amelia -- think Mia is a good nn for this.
    Delphine
    Margot -- prefer this spelling. The other looks complicated. I don't think it needs a nickname but Maisie could work (as it works for any Mae/Mary name really)

    I think they all work with Sebastian, except for maybe Josephine.

    They all sound about the same, flow-wise, with middle name Linda as it's not the easiest mn to work with.

  4. #7
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    Margaux could be max

    Margot could be shortened to Mattie, aggie, Mimi, Rowan, martie, attie

  5. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by aym View Post
    Love:

    Amelia -- think Mia is a good nn for this.
    Delphine
    Margot -- prefer this spelling. The other looks complicated. I don't think it needs a nickname but Maisie could work (as it works for any Mae/Mary name really)

    I think they all work with Sebastian, except for maybe Josephine.

    They all sound about the same, flow-wise, with middle name Linda as it's not the easiest mn to work with.
    We both agree that Margot/Margaux doesn't NEED a nickname, but since Sébastien sometimes goes by Bastien so we'd like a nickname option for our babies' names too My husband and I aren't big lovers of Maisie/Mae/Mary though, sorry!!

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