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  1. #1
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    Faye

    I love the nickname Faye, but I'm having trouble finding a full name for it. I've been considering Freya, but is that too much of a stretch? I'm also considering making it a double-barrel name. I like Faye-Ellen, but am concerned that all people will hear is the word failing. Got any comments or suggestions?

    Thanks!
    ~*~Ari-Lee~*~
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    Re: Faye


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    Re: Faye

    Personally I think Faye can stand alone.

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    Re: Faye

    I agree that Faye cane stand alone! It's short, but it's a full name in it's own right! I loooove the name Faye! Only thing I can think of for it to be a nn for is Fable.
    Proud mama to two sweet boys:

    Dashiell David Rowe
    and
    Flynn William Warfield


    "Real babies are more difficult than ideas of babies... Or even pictures of babies."
    -James Franco

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    Re: Faye

    Hmm...maybe you're right. I mean, I'm not completely against Faye by itself. It just seems a little incomplete. Maybe a longer middle name will fix that. Do you have any MN suggestions that would work?
    ~*~Ari-Lee~*~
    Awesome Aunty to: Aria Gabrielle & Liam Davis

    <3 My Furbabies <3
    Hannah Renee, Jasmine Natasha, Jamie Abigail...and foster-baby Fossie.

    Top contenders for my next pup:
    Litzy, Windsor, Rosie - Diesel, Dutch, North

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