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#1 Guest_amanda_*

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 04:57 PM

I need some help coming up with some names for my baby girl due in November. My fiancée is kinda hard to please. I really liked the name Ainsley, spelled Aynslee, but he's not havin it. he hasn't really gave me any ideas as to what kind of names he is looking for, so I need some advice. I would like a unique name that is not heard all the time everywhere. I like Harper but that seems to be becoming an upcoming trend. I just don't want her to walk into school and have 3 or 4 kids with the same name in her class. Please help me!

#2 Elena101

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 10:30 PM

April
Aubrey
Ava
Avery
Blayke
Brelyn
Caroline
Catherine
Christina
Denise
Erika
Evelyn
Harper
Jayleen
Karly
Katie
Keali
Laurie
Lauren
Melanie
Nina
Olivia
Presley
Raquel
Scarlett
Stephanie
Tanya
Terry
Vanessa
Veronica

#3 neverland

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 11:15 PM

My boyfriend thinks anything that ends in a Y (or y sound) sounds like a stripper. Silly I say, but I think a lot of men feel that way. So I will suggest:

Winter
Sage
Wren
Ember
Olive

Since those are all "word" names I will also add:

Colette (my bf loves this)
Lorraine
Katerina
Xenia (prn zen-ya)
Clarrisa
Calantha
Seraphina (I like the idea of the nn Sera)
Tamsin

Do you like any of these?

#4 Addison

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Posted 25 August 2013 - 08:48 PM

Brynn
Austen
Libby
Annabel
Annabella
Isabel
Helena
Mirabel
Quinley
Daphne
Julia
Sophia
Evangeline
Georgia
Katheryn
Katie
Tara
Piper

#5 mandagurl767

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Posted 08 September 2013 - 12:29 PM

Thanks. He finally put in some input about it and he likes the name Payton or Peyton. I'm just worried that is too common. Does anybody have any idea? I would rather her not walk into school and have 2-3 girls with her same name.




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