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  1. #1

    A French Sibling Set

    Hello,
    I've posted on the boys' and girls' forums looking for names for my second child, and I definitely want to be sure his/her name will go well with my daughter's name. The baby's big sister is named Juliette Eléonore Lise.
    Some of the names we've been looking at are:
    girls:
    Axelle
    Mathilde (mah-teeld)
    Amélie
    Flora
    Chloé
    Isaline (ee-za-leen)
    Léa (lay-uh)
    Alice (ah-lees)
    Sophie
    Anne-Laure
    Charlotte

    boys:
    Hugo
    Léo
    Valentin
    Théo (tay-o)
    Thibault
    Lucas
    Maxime
    Guillaume

  2. #3
    I love Amélie Charlotte Isaline and Théo Maxime Valentin and your daughter's name is simply stunning! I love Juliette!
    Long-time Favourites:
    Emilia | Lucia | Juliette
    Joseph | Henry | Maxwell

    Current Crushes:
    Nora | Matilda | Violet
    Jonah | August | Rowan

    *Just a TeenBerry with a passion for names*

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
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    USA / Hungary
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    Juliette's name is beautiful - so are the names on your list. You cannot go wrong with any of them.
    My favorites are: Amélie and Léo.

    Here are some more ideas:
    - Louise
    - Elodie
    - Margot
    - Eloise
    - Adele
    - Celeste
    - Nina
    - Estelle
    - Madeleine
    - Aurelie

    - Augustin
    - Florian
    - Ruben
    - Emil
    - Anton
    - Sebastien
    - Fabien
    Mom to:
    Beatrice Rose (Bea)
    Sylvia Alice (Sylvie)


    If we have a third child one day:
    Charlotte (Lottie), Emma, Isadora, Claire, Nora, Clementine, Lucy, Eleanor, Camille, Elodie, Vivian, Briony
    Felix, Bennett, Oliver, James, Leo, Benjamin, Henry, Jack, Vincent, Simon, Alexander

  4. #7
    I adore every one of yours boys' names, with Teo, Maxime, and Guillame as my favies. I love the girls' names too, and my favorites are probably Flora and Amelie. Your first daughter has a great name too! Good luck

  5. #9
    Thank you all for your positive feedback! It was a struggle to find a decidedly French but easily pronounced name for our daughter and we've found ourselves back at the same problem. I love getting fresh perspectives and seeing new ways to combine names we've thought of, thank you monicalucia for your suggestions in that sense! I love both combos and they both incorporate names from people very important to me and I can't wait to offer them to my husband
    thanks again!
    -Caroline

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