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Thread: Zara, Zira, Zari, Zarli?
March 11th, 2014 06:32 AM #1
Zara, Zira, Zari, Zarli?
We have a beautiful daughter named Ayla. And we are expecting Blossom number two in THREE weeks! Ekk!!
Our list of names is currently nil. He nixes all my loves (Elin, Tansy, Elodie) and I find his suggestions boring (Mia, Chloe) or just not a good fit with Ayla (Zia/ Zaia).
We had hesitantly agreed on Zara, but then DH was put off by the clothing label. We haven't ruled it out yet but...
Similar names I've found and like but worry that they might be too trendy are:
What are your thoughts? Do you have any other suggestions?
March 11th, 2014 06:45 AM #3
March 11th, 2014 07:26 AM #5Member
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Congratulations on the impending arrival of baby girl number 2! I have a Zahlee (variation of Zarli) so I am biased. It is a name that I have not heard very often, and means 'princess' so it was a perfect fit for our little miss. Are you looking specifically at 'Z' names or are there others that you may consider? Other 'Z' names - Zaidee, Zanna, Zilla, Zinnia, Zita, Zoe, Zola and Zora. Some other suggestions Xanthe, Imogen, Kadence, Harper, Marlowe, Piper, Clementine, Brielle, Everly, Kirrily. Have fun finding the perfect name for your little one.Mama Bear to five gorgeous children - Dakotah Anne, Arabella Hope, Jaren Max, Zahlee Grace and Emmaline Eve
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