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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2013

    Name for younger sister, help!

    We are due with our second child in December (don't know if it's a girl or boy yet) and need help with possible girl names. Our first daughter is Tenley Marie. Tenley isn't exactly the style of name I usually go for but it has significant meaning to both my husband and I. Anyways, here are some ideas we have come up with. If it helps, if we have a boy we will name him Thaddeus James (my grandfathers name and my husbands uncle/godfather's name).

    Here are our top choices in no particular order:

    Elsa Louise
    Frances Beth
    Etta Louise
    Delaney ? (my husband really likes this's not really my style tho)
    Helen ?

    As you can see, we are kind of all over the board. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Sydney Australia
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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Frances Elisabeh nn Franny Beth is my #1.
    I don't recommend on using Delaney because it's trendy plus I know a few people with last name Delaney so it sounds weird to me.
    Helen is gorgeous too. What about Helen Imogen or Helena Imogene? It's my favorite Helena combo
    Helen Sage, Helen Louise, Helen Vivienne, Helen Rosamund, Helen Clementine are all gorgeous too.

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