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  1. #6
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    Dec 2013
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    Delia and Dahlia - I love these suggestions - especially Dahlia. I love Delilah even more!

  2. #8
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    Mar 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by pamjsg99 View Post
    Love
    Cecilia (CiCi/CeCe is a cute nn, too.)
    Madeleine
    Matilda
    Tallulah


    Like
    Audrey
    Charlotte
    Eleanor (I love Nora and Nori.)
    Elsa
    Evelyn
    Felicity
    Genevieve
    Susanna


    Dislike
    Bridget
    Clara (I love Claire, though.)
    Ophelia
    Penelope
    Do you think CiCi/CeCe would be inevitable? I really, really dislike (borderline hate) the sound of that but I like Cecilia and Celia. If CiCi/CeCe were to be inevitable I'd tell my husband I'd like to remove it from our options. (Same with Nori but I feel that name would be easier to avoid)

  3. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by pamjsg99 View Post
    Delia and Dahlia - I love these suggestions - especially Dahlia. I love Delilah even more!
    Can't use Delilah; it's too close to Lila which is a family name (I'm a bit worried my husband will think Delia and Dahlia are too close as well and Delia being close to Cornelia)

  4. #12
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    You have lovely taste

    Audrey- while respectable, has never popped for me. it's just meh compared to some of your other options.
    Bridget- beautiful, I'm a huge fan. soooo underused.
    Cecilia/Celia (maybe Cecilia nn Celia?)- Celia was my favorite name for years and years. I think both names are perfect. However, I would not do Cecilia nn Celia- Celia can stand on its own very well. Defs pick one.
    Charlotte- gorgeous, but the number of little Charlottes I know...
    Clara- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Eleanor/Nora (maybe Eleanor nn Nora?)- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Elsa- pretty, but I'm not the biggest fan
    Evelyn- lovely, also becoming quite trendy. Love the more uncommon Evie nickname
    Felicity- similar to my feelings about Bridget. Adore this name.
    Genevieve- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Madeleine- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Matilda- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Ophelia- gorgeous. I'd applaud someone who used this.
    Penelope- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Susanna/Susannah (which spelling do you prefer?)- I don't have a strong preference on the spelling. I love this name and it is so underused.
    Tallulah- lovely, also becoming quite trendy

    So every name on here is beautiful, but many are currently very popular among the socioeconomic group you probably fall under. The stunners for me are:

    -Bridget
    -Felicity
    -Ophelia
    -Susanna(h)
    ☆ raphael howard & dahlia hermione ☆

    solomon, jonah, lev
    esme, miriam, eve

  5. #14
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    Mar 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by isaberry View Post
    You have lovely taste

    Audrey- while respectable, has never popped for me. it's just meh compared to some of your other options.
    Bridget- beautiful, I'm a huge fan. soooo underused.
    Cecilia/Celia (maybe Cecilia nn Celia?)- Celia was my favorite name for years and years. I think both names are perfect. However, I would not do Cecilia nn Celia- Celia can stand on its own very well. Defs pick one.
    Charlotte- gorgeous, but the number of little Charlottes I know...
    Clara- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Eleanor/Nora (maybe Eleanor nn Nora?)- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Elsa- pretty, but I'm not the biggest fan
    Evelyn- lovely, also becoming quite trendy. Love the more uncommon Evie nickname
    Felicity- similar to my feelings about Bridget. Adore this name.
    Genevieve- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Madeleine- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Matilda- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Ophelia- gorgeous. I'd applaud someone who used this.
    Penelope- lovely, also becoming quite trendy
    Susanna/Susannah (which spelling do you prefer?)- I don't have a strong preference on the spelling. I love this name and it is so underused.
    Tallulah- lovely, also becoming quite trendy

    So every name on here is beautiful, but many are currently very popular among the socioeconomic group you probably fall under. The stunners for me are:

    -Bridget
    -Felicity
    -Ophelia
    -Susanna(h)
    The reason we have Celia as a possible nickname for Cecilia is we like both; killing two birds with one stone? Just as Nora can be a full name on its own but we also like Eleanor so why not use both? That sort of deal

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