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  1. #1
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    Smile Our 3rd girl and I am out of names --- Please give me some suggestions!

    We are expecting baby #3 this September and just found out today that we will be having another girl! While I am very excited, we are really having trouble finding another girl name to love.

    I would appreciate any suggestions or inspiration!

    A few things about us:
    Big sisters are Greta and Elsa Jane (we call her Elsa and Elsa Jane equally at this point).
    Last name is two syllables and starts with a B.
    We love classic and old names; I would love finding a name that is timeless yet a little uncommon........we'd prefer finding a name that is easily pronounced and recognizable, but not trendy or popular.
    We have Scandinavian and German backgrounds, so finding a name that reflects this is a plus.
    The name does not have to end in 'A' like her sisters.
    Our top boy names were Anders, Vincent and Soren.

    I need help!
    Thank you in advance =)

  2. #3
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    Aug 2011
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    Agnes was the first name that popped up in my head while reading your criteria. If you dont like her, what about:
    Astrid
    Freya
    Inga
    Linnea
    Marit
    Signa
    Thora
    Fiona
    Inez
    Suri
    Terra/Tara
    Cleonie
    Petra
    Sera
    Seren
    Serena

    Hope this helps!
    xo Viv
    Mama bear to Rigby Harrison, Miller Thomas, Wren Charlotte Amity & Eloise Cleo Bellamy

  3. #5
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    I really like the suggestion Freya with your other other girls name. How about Thea? Lauren also came to mind since you like the name Soren for a boy (boys version of Lauren is Loren, I love Loren).

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
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    My suggestions are strictly from my family tree...I'm half German.

    Louisa
    Martha
    Johanna
    Mildred Lucille
    Audrey
    Inez
    Wilhelmine (this is very much a German name)

  5. #9
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    Adeline I think would work with the other girls names particularly Elsa.

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