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August 3rd, 2014 05:39 PM #1Member
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#2 is a girl!
DH and I found out this weekend we are having another girl - which is absolutely wonderful - but girls' names are so hard for us. With our first daughter (Amelia Noelle) we went to the hospital with a list of 2 possible first names. This time we've agreed on a few possibilities but none of them seem like "the name". Paige seems to have mainly fallen into the middle name category but it still seems so 'not right'. Our last name makes C, K, and Q names hard to pair with it. What can you suggest Berries?
So far on our list is:
Either DH (mostly) or I am not sure about:
Seeley (this would be an homage to my maiden name)
Middle Name Possibilities only:
Karlee (DH dad middle name was Karl)
QuinnWife to James - 9/6/03
Momma to Amelia "Mia" Noelle - 12/26
Expecting a surprise surprise - 12/7/14
August 3rd, 2014 06:15 PM #3Senior Member
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If you're going for matchy, I think Amelia Noelle and Alexandra Winter are beautiful.
If you just want complimentary, I'd go with Everly Winter (more subtle link of mns.) Both girl names seem very 'now' and girly.
If you don't care about matching at all, I like Shannon Karlee. Amelia still fits with Shannon, it brings out the Irish roots and makes the set more classic.Love love talking names... my 'style' is more classic but I do love some surprising choices too...
DD1 born April 2013 has a mainstream name honouring 4 lines of her heritage + 2 mns (2nd is my surname)
August 3rd, 2014 06:54 PM #5
It depends what you like and if you want to go down the same letter route. If so, I really like Amelia Noelle and Audrey Paige.
However, if you're trying to stay clear of that route, then I suggest Amelia Noelle and Caitlin Guinevere.
I do also really love the spelling Bayleigh for the name Bailey (I'm not sold on the Bailey spelling) but I would stay clear of it. Maybe it's just me wanting to be on the safe side but Bayleigh looks awfully 'teen mom' compared to Amelia Noelle and the 'correct' (if I can even call it that without coming off ignorant), more traditional spellings of said names. Baylee is a nice alternative to Bailey without the name looking tacky and, if you like Baylee, I suggest Baylee Paige or Baylee Caitlin (I'd make sure the middle name was 100% feminine).
August 3rd, 2014 07:01 PM #7
August 3rd, 2014 07:19 PM #9Senior Member
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