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  1. #6
    Join Date
    May 2019
    Location
    Oceania
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    201
    Congratulations on your baby girl! Colin and Rowan are wonderful - recognisable and not too popular. I've steered away from names ending in the "ən" sound because it feels too similar a theme. Though many unisex names end in the sound! I'd love to know if any of these stand out for you.

    Ellery, Loxley, Dominique, Alexis, Jude, Sacha, Reese, Luca, Monroe, Tate, Riley, Clarke, Oleander, Stevie, Whitby, Astor, Tyler, Brook, Rory, Gene, Willoughby, Cyrille, Jesse, Emmett, Keely, Drew, Laurence, Pasha, Tierney

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
    Posts
    1,007
    I like the suggestions of Piper, Aspen, Olive and Sawyer!

    Sorry for repeats...
    Monroe
    Peyton
    Marlowe
    Devon
    Beck
    Lennon
    Micah
    Shae
    Noah
    Wren
    Darcy
    Sydney
    Dorothy | Felicity | Winry | Rosemary | Goldie | Livvy | Mae | Clover | Lucy | Alice | Wilma | Della

    Isaac | Hawthorne | Hugh |Odin | Barnaby | August | Hector | Grover | Clay | Harvey

  3. #10
    Join Date
    May 2014
    Posts
    752
    I can imagine.......
    C0lin P@trick, R0wan J0sephine and....

    Quinn (Penelope)
    Finley (Margaret)
    Harper (Beatrice)
    Arden (Elizabeth)
    Piper (Charlotte)

    You will probably use honor names as middle names, but I made suggestions anyway....

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