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  1. #6
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    We love Aspen, but Aspen Wood makes us sound like super hippies, which we aren't. Lol
    Nothing else strikes me

  2. #8
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    Emerald "Emmy" Christine is a lovely name. There goes a man messing things up.

    Kerri is my mom's name so I have a soft spot for it.

    I like Kerrigan Sage, though actually prefer the C spelling with this name. Kay or Kay Kay is another nickname that would work with this.

    Love the name Lux. It's a stand alone name for me. Otherwise I think any name starting with Lu- could make this work.

    Penny -- have you considered Temperance? I know a Temperance with the nn Penny. I think you could also use such names as Seraphina and Delphine/Delphina. You also might be interested in Spencer! Penny seems pretty intuitive for me on that one.

    I think pretty much any name that starts with Pa- could have the nickname Pax though it too is a stand alone name. Otherwise feminizations of Pascal would be very intuitive: Pascale, Pascala, Pascalie, Pascaline, etc.
    Last edited by aym; March 2nd, 2014 at 08:21 PM.

  3. #10
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    I see Kerrigan as a boy's name. I'm sorry, but there are so many nice girls names, why use a boys name? How about Christine as the first name?
    I like Emmy, but am not a huge fan of Emerald. However, Emerald Christine is nice especially with nn Emmy, and I like how it relates to her birth month.


    Annabel, Beatrice, Tessa, Pippa, Clara, Kit, Evie, Augusta

    Oscar, Albus, Felix, Ronan, Wally, Wyatt, Henry, Charlie

    please vote on my name list!

  4. #12
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    Christine as a first name would be too weird for me since its my mothers name (still alive and kickin)

  5. #14
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    Peregrine nn Penny? Might be a stretch, Peri being more intuitive, but doable. Thought I'd throw it out there.

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