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  1. #1
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    Surprise Baby Girl Needs a Name

    Found out a couple of weeks ago I am expecting a baby girl. I'm 38 and wasn't planning on having any more children. Once I got over the initial shock, I can see what a blessed addition she is going to make to our family. We already have two daughters, Mallie and Hays. I am having such a hard time thinking of another girl name that we can all (mostly) agree on. Please help. Thank you.

    A few we are considering:

    Daisy
    Cora
    Brynn or Bren
    Bess (currently my favorite)
    Bay (like this one)
    Lake (husband likes)
    Avery (only name my daughters like, I don't)
    Eliza
    Teagen
    Clancy
    Nealy
    Remy or Remi
    Finn
    Sloane

  2. #3
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    Cora, Lake, and Sloane are my favorites with your other daughters.

    Maybe..
    Mallie, Hays, and..

    Blythe
    Opal
    Jem or Gemma
    Willa
    Fifer
    Taya

  3. #5
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    Daisy - a lovely name, that goes with your sibset rather will, though it does rhyme with Hays a bit. Cute.
    Cora - probably one of my favourites on your list, it's a strong name that works perfectly on a little girl and an adult. Also lovely with the siblings.
    Brynn or Bren - I've never heard of Bren, but it sounds like the blunt boys' name Brent. Brynn is okay, not really my style. I prefer there to be vowels in a name. I also prefer the Bryn spelling - the extra n is superfluous.
    Bess - this one is nice, though it feels like it should be short for something. It is a good, solid choice, however.
    Bay - I do like Bay quite a lot - it feels rather serene - though it rhymes almost exactly with Hays.
    Lake - I like Lake as well, but it dislike that it's very similar to Blake, which I dislike, and may get misheard as it.
    Avery - feels rather dated next to your modern girls.
    Eliza - feels too classic compared to the other names you've chosen.
    Teagen - I prefer the Teagan spelling, and while this name isn't quite my style, it seems like a great choice for your family.
    Clancy - I dislike the nasally sound this invokes with the first syllable. It feels, I don't know, whiny, maybe?
    Nealy - doesn't seem like a name, to me.
    Remy or Remi - Remy is the correct spelling, and this is a boys'-only name for me.
    Finn - ditto, boys' only.
    Sloane - rhymes with "moan", thus making it mildly unattractive.
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  4. #7
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    I forgot - suggestions!

    Opal
    Effy
    Tess
    Stella
    Rain
    Beryl
    Clea
    Niamh (Neve)
    Romy
    Sage
    Plum
    Scarlet
    Wren
    Saffron nn Saff, Saffie, Ronnie
    Elsa
    Last edited by bibliophile; May 25th, 2014 at 02:52 PM.
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  5. #9
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    Your daughters have awesome names!

    My favorite is Mallie, Hays & Bess!

    You could also do Beth (I love the 'th' sound in this), nn Bess.

    Good luck!
    Lee X

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