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Thread: Thoughts on our short list
March 19th, 2014 04:36 PM #6
Abigail Susan is my favourite from your list, if you want to stick with the same first letter for both your girls. I would prefer Abigail Suzanne or Suzanna, but Susan is fine. Abigail Renee sounds lovely as well.
Kendall, Alexia and Alyssa are OK. I dislike McKenna, Erin, Maci and Kaylee. I do like Kenna though! Maybe Kenna Rose, Kenna Marie?Mickie
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March 19th, 2014 04:45 PM #8Member
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I am 100% biased, as my name is Alyssa! But, it is a great name! I always liked that it was recognizable but not overly common. I was the only Alyssa growing up in a graduating class of 600! I know Alyssa became more popular later....I am almost 27 and know several Alyssas about 10 years younger than me.
I do also like Kendall a lot! Personally, I don't like any "Mc" names as first names: McKenna, McKenzie, I recently heard about a baby girl named McCabe (that one seems unforgivable to me lol).
Best of luck with whatever you decide, even if it is not Alyssa
March 19th, 2014 05:04 PM #10Senior Member
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Abigail Susan (nn Abby)--lovely, traditional/classic names!
Kaylee Dakota--trendi & Kaylee looks misspelled
Kendall Rose--Kendall is my dad, so I can only see it on a boy.
McKenna Erin--Is McKenna a family surname/maiden name?
McKenna Rose--ditto (but Rose flows better than Erin)
Erin McKenna (nn Em)--nms
Alexia Rose--very pretty, and intelligent-sounding name. My favorite!
March 19th, 2014 05:18 PM #12
Abigail Susan (nn Abby) - I don't know if Abigail and Avery are a good match in style but perhaps you want something different.
Next In Line
Alyssa Marie - different style and same initial as Avery
Alexia Rose - see Alyssa Marie
Best "Fits" with Avery
Erin McKenna (nn Em)
Dislike and would Eliminate...
Kaylee Dakota - too cutesy and sounds too similar with Avery (ay and ee sounds)
McKenna Erin - too many n's
Maci Renee - cutesy and too similar to Avery so it has the same problem as Kaylee
Summary: if you want something different, choose Abigail, if you want a more cohesive sibset from the same style, choose Erin, McKenna or Kendall.All the best,
March 19th, 2014 07:09 PM #14