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July 15th, 2014 08:43 PM #1Junior Member
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Need suggestions! Hubby and I can't agree on any names!
Hi, our baby girl could be born any day now and my hubby and I can't seem to agree on any names! We both seem to have completely different tastes when it comes to names, thus why we can't agree... So if any one could provide name suggestions that would be great as I seem to have exhausted my internet searching skills on names!
My hubby likes names like, Nikita, Makayla and Tori, whereas I like more pretty girly names like Eloise, Seraphina and Isabella (although Isabella is too common a name for us to use)
The names that we both think are ok but not 100% on are:
- Luciella (I like don't mind this name but not a huge fan of Lucy and know it would just end up being called Lucy)
We would also both after an uncommon name, so any help or suggestions you could give us would be great!
July 15th, 2014 08:55 PM #3
It sounds like you want a long, semi-frilly name with a snappy, modern nickname option for your husband to use.
Alexandria nn Alex
Cassandra nn Cassie
Emmeline nn Emme or Emmy
Isadora nn Izzy or Sadie
Magnolia nn Maggie
Penelope nn Penny or Nell/Nellie
Susanna nn Zuzu
Or possibly something that's kind of a happy medium, like...
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July 15th, 2014 09:02 PM #5
July 15th, 2014 09:23 PM #7
Like Nikita but more your style-
Nicolette or Nicoletta (could use the nn Nico)
Similar to Makayla but more your style-
Similar to Tori but more your style-
Victoria or Victoriana nn Tori
Natalia nn Tali
Names like Eloise but more his style-
Names like Seraphina but more his style-
Names like Isabella but more his style-
favorite names this week: Jane Cosima & Oren Drake
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July 15th, 2014 09:25 PM #9
Girlier names with nicknames:
Shorter feminine names:
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