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  1. #1
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    Wearable? Too much?

    I love the name Eden and the name Lilyanne. Do you think I would be able to use Eden-Lilyanne as a first name or is it too much?

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    I personally find it too much. Eden Lilyanne as a first and middle feels like a less bulky option, and you could still call her by both names if and when you wanted to.
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    I agree. To me it comes off as too bulky. What PP suggested

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    It’s too much for a first name in my opinion.


    What about Eden Lillian? (Lillian as a middle name instead of Lilyanne)

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    Considering my own son has a very long first name, I can't necessarily knock this as "too much" but it does feel like a lot of name in the first spot and that's before considering middle name options (I couldn't put my finger on *why* it felt like so much name before but I think other posters nailed it mentioning that Lilyanne is already a compound name before adding Eden to it.) It's a bit heavy. Eden Lilyanne as a first and middle would be lovely though!
    Last edited by brittanyanitarose; February 12th, 2019 at 04:02 PM.
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