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June 24th, 2014 06:33 PM #1
Simple and sweet
My husband and I think we like quite simple girls names that are quite girly (although we like the odd unisex name).
So far we like but can't use Evie and Ellie, just too popular for our liking to be honest.
Ones we like and are considering Belle and Sadie and we also like Maggie and Tabby (probably using Tabitha but nicknaming her Tabitha). Her middle name will be Clancy and her last name starts with an R and ends in -ford.
Thanks for any new suggestions!Beautiful baby girl who changed our world: Nettie Claudia Appleby ~ 25th of July 2014
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June 24th, 2014 06:42 PM #5
I like Tabitha off of your list. Something you could consider is googling the social security list from 1880, which has plenty of gems that aren't used much anymore. Also, I agree that the names ending in the E sound won't flow well with Clancy as the middle.
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