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Posted 10 August 2013 - 01:55 AM

Even though I'm not pregnant.. or even close to being pregnant, I love to thin of names to name my future baby. I love the name Melanie because I love watermelon, and Melanie sounds like Melon-y. But I'd like a nice, short middle name to go with it, and I can't think of any! Id like something unique but not too weird. Not something common like Rose or Lynn, (even though they are beautiful,)
Any suggestions?

Also, would having two babies with M names be weird or what? Any opinions?
Thanks!

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Posted 13 August 2013 - 06:02 PM

I love the name Melanie!

Melanie Jade
Melanie Joy
Melanie Elise
Melanie Nicole
Melanie Rae
Melanie Hope
Melanie Grace
Melanie Carys
Melanie Diane
Melanie Sophia
Melanie Cherie
Melanie Claire
Melanie Kate
Melanie Amelia
Melanie Fiona
Melanie Ingrid
Melanie Paige
Melanie Dawn
Melanie Jane
Melanie Celine

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Posted 13 August 2013 - 08:33 PM

Melanie is nice! Two M's isn't bad, it's cute :)
I like Clementine because it makes me think of citrus fruits, and summer, And I love citrus fruits and summer haha!

Melanie Cadence
Melanie Savannah
Melanie Sophia
Melanie Charlotte
Melanie Ruth
Melanie Leighton
Melanie Esther
Melanie Skye
Melanie Brynn
Melanie Alice
Melanie Francesca
Melanie Coral
Melanie Ava
Melanie Arden
Melanie Elise
Melanie Isabel
Melanie Evangeline
Melanie Clara
Melanie Piper
Melanie Katherine
Melanie Georgia
Melanie Blythe
Melanie Gwendolyn
Melanie Evelyn
Melanie Taylor
Melanie Sarah
Melanie Vanessa
Melanie Kay
Melanie Wren
Melanie Summer
Melanie Autumn
Melanie Jasmine ;)
Melanie Aurora
Melanie Reagan
Melanie Heather
Melanie Quinn
Melanie Caroline

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 12:06 AM

I'll add Melanie Lark and Melanie Shea. If you like Melanie you might want to think about Melody or Harmony.

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 02:08 AM

Melanie Leann
Melanie Rae
Melanie Becca
Melanie Alora
Melanie Rynn
Melanie Glory
Melanie Hope
Melanie Faith
Melanie Indy
Melanie Cara
Melanie Alysa
Melanie Rory
Melanie Lila
Melanie Kasie
Melanie Cora
Melanie Bree
Melanie Grace

Hope I didn't repeat any!

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 05:10 AM

Melanie Kate
Melanie Claire
Melanie Eliza
Melanie Audren
Melanie June
MelanieIvy
Melanie Ily (eye-lee)
MelanieSophia
Melanie Coral
Melanie Avy
Melanie

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 10:30 AM

Even though I'm not pregnant.. or even close to being pregnant, I love to thin of names to name my future baby. I love the name Melanie because I love watermelon, and Melanie sounds like Melon-y. But I'd like a nice, short middle name to go with it, and I can't think of any! Id like something unique but not too weird. Not something common like Rose or Lynn, (even though they are beautiful,)
Any suggestions?

Also, would having two babies with M names be weird or what? Any opinions?
Thanks!


I don't think having two babies with M names would be weird. My friend is having her third and she's using an N theme. All three kids have N names. :) If that's what you like, then use it!

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 01:04 PM

Melanie Sarah
Melanie Rosa (a little more interesting than the usual Rose)
Melanie Rachel
Melanie Kristin
Melanie Hope




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