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  1. #1

    Pip

    Hi all.

    I need some help.

    My partner is determined to call our baby girl Pippa. I however think Pippa is a nickname and would prefer to give her a more classic feminine name.

    My compromise is that we could nickname her Pip (which I do think is super cute) but give her a longer feminine name.

    This is where I need help.

    Pippa and Piper are out.
    Penelope is ok....and from there I am stuck.
    Phillipa. Nope.

    Hope you are all feeling creative x
    Last edited by poshgirlglitter; March 31st, 2014 at 11:13 PM.

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    Maybe Piera, Olimpia/Olympia, or Poppy?


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  4. #7
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    Hmmm most of the obvious ones have been suggested, so stretching it a bit I would suggest.....

    April
    Tulip
    Palila
    Cassiopia
    Crispina
    Piper
    Sapira
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    Any P- name would work...Persephone, Paloma, Padma, Pamela, Portia, Pink, Philomena, Phylancy/Philatha (I have an ancestor who used these names).

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