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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2013

    For a friend - Which combo do you prefer?

    My friend had a baby last week, and named her Everly but hasn't given her a middle name yet. She has now chosen the middle names but she doesnt know which way round to have them! It's going to be her last child (and only girl.) so she wants to honor both Grandmothers in the name, who are called Theodora & Nim (Nim is a nickname for something but I'm not sure.) Her last name is 2 syllables and the 2nd syllable is -Coy.

    So she asked me which I preferred the other day and she just confessed that she still hasnt decided yet, as she isnt really concerned about it as it's just her middle names, but she wants it made official. I told her I'd make a thread on here so here I am She's excited to hear your opinions.

    So which one do you prefer?

    Everly Theodora Nim
    Everly Nim Theodora?

    I told her that I thought Everly Theodora Nim sounded better imo but I thought Id see what you all think then I'll link her too this thread! She'll appreciate it

    PS - Not sure if it makes any difference but her older sons name is Maxwell Amadeus Jem (both middles are family names)

  2. #3
    I think Everly Theodora Nim has the better flow of the two.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Yes, I think you're right. Everly Theodora Nim flows better.
    All the best,

  4. #7
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    Jul 2012
    I agree-- Everly Theodora Nim is better.
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  5. #9
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    Apr 2013
    Everly Theodora Nim's flow is certainly better than the other choice. It's a pretty combo, too. And Maxwell Amadeus Jem? Swoon. She has good name taste!
    Mum to:
    Fable Arizona & Amity Seraphina (2010)
    + Baby Boy due in September

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