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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    440

    Help Me Find a Name SO and I BOTH Like!

    SO wants a "strong" name for a future daughter. His absolute favorite is Molly. He also likes Montana and Austin. I can't get behind any of these AT ALL! He really likes Victoria as well, but it is his nieces name, and he liked Katherine, which I like, but I don't like any of the potential nicknames.

    Names he has vetoed:
    Elisabeth/Elizabeth
    Cora
    Amelia/Amalia/Amelie
    Mila
    Camilla
    Millie
    Astrid--He liked this until he though of The Office reference
    Ellen
    Eliana
    Vienna

    Any suggestions??

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Posts
    369
    Name suggestions:
    Avalon
    Sheridan
    Abigail
    Rebecca
    Corrigan
    Robin
    Gabrielle
    Isobel
    Alice
    Lauren
    Megan
    Linnea (Lyn-nay-uh)
    Hanna
    Rachel
    Jennifer
    Sara
    Noelle
    Vivienne
    Natalie
    Isla
    Carlee

    Instead of Molly:
    Madeline
    Moira
    Mackenzie
    Melissa/Marissa
    Melody
    Melanie
    Nicknames for Katherine:
    Kate
    Katie
    Kathy
    Kitty
    Kit
    Kat
    Rinnie
    Kata
    Kath
    Kit-Kat (probably just a family nickname)
    KK

    Hope this helped
    Last edited by lunamonster222; March 8th, 2014 at 05:04 PM.
    No babies anytime soon... Just planning ahead (VERY far ahead)

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    10,105
    He's a tough one! I do love Molly, but it doesn't feel strong. I detest Montana and Austin. Based on your list, how about:

    Phoebe
    Eleanor
    Eloise
    Josephine
    Caroline
    Clara
    Eliza
    Vivienne
    Ruby
    Iris

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Posts
    4,480
    Alexandra (nn Sasha)
    Paloma
    Matilda
    Analiese
    Lucrezia (Luca)
    Cressida
    Zane (not sure why, but I'm loving this for a girl!)

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Posts
    1,419
    Maybe you could both agree on a strong but feminine surname?
    Delaney or Connelly might work. You could always use "Della" or "Nellie" as nicknames to make them closer to your style.

    Also, how about names like:
    Merida
    Merrigan
    Austen
    Arden

    I hope that helps!
    Not expecting, just planning and building lists!

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