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#1 Madi <3

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 02:55 PM

Since I can't ask for opinions on the polls without being falsely accused of being a troll (not really sure why me...), I figured I'd post my list here although I try not to bother you guys too much...  Anyways, here's my list.  Last name is similar to Crawford and very close to Stafford.

 

Here are my combos, all girls:

Aubree Madelyn

Isabella Joy (nickname Bella)

Gracen Cordelia (nickname Gracie)

 

And my singles...

Stella

Rosalie

Esme (I like Cordelia as a middle for this, but it's Gracen's middle)

Reese

Emerson (nickname Emme, which is pronounced M-ee)

Senna (I kinda like this one... I was thinking maybe Senna Violet?  Suggestions please.)

 

Will add more as I find them.  Opinions/suggestions would be great.  Thanks.  :-)



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Posted 04 January 2014 - 09:21 AM

Aubree Madelyn - I prefer Aubrey Madeline, but still cute. I love Madeline/Madelyn!
Isabella Joy - adorable! <3
Gracen Cordelia - Gracie is adorable! Gracen isn't my style, but it isn't bad. Also, Cordelia is cute but for some reason I feel like the style clashes in the combo. What about Gracen Elodie?? <3 Or Gracen Esme?

And my singles...
Stella - love this!! Stella Catherine, Stella Reagan, Stella Camryn, Stella Clementine
Rosalie - Like this a lot! Rosalie Anna, Rosalie Silver, Rosalie Emma, Rosalie Jade, Rosalie Faith, Rosalie June
Esme -I like Esme Cordelia, Cordelia Esme! Or maybe Esme Lauren, Esme Brooklyn,
Reese - I like it! Reese Juliet <3 perfect syllable count, and I like the style
Emerson - cute. Emerson Hope, Emerson Georgia, Emerson Blythe
Senna - the lovely Senna <3 Senna Violet is cute. Senna Scarlett, Senna Jillian, Senna Lillian, Senna Rosemary

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Posted 04 January 2014 - 01:24 PM

Aubree Madelyn - I would prefer Aubrey Madeline, but nevertheless, a very cute combo.
Isabella Joy "Bella" - Though Isabella is very popular (and I prefer Isabel,) this is a beautiful combo. Issy, Bell, and Isa are other very pretty nicknames.
Gracen Cordelia "Gracie" - I'm really not a fan of Gracen; it seems a little made-up. :/ I would much prefer Grace Cordelia.
 
Stella - I'm not a huge fan, but it's a lovely name and I like its celestial meaning. Stella Rose or Stella Margery are some combos.
Rosalie - Pretty, though I prefer just Rose or Rosa. Rosalie Mabel?
Esme - Pretty. Esme Aurelia or Esme Ophelia are pretty.
Reese - I prefer Rhys for a boy, but it works on a girl. Reese Alexandra is pretty.
Emerson "Emme" - I prefer Emilia, Emmeline, or Emma. Emme could stand on its own, too. Emerson Kate, Emerson Ingrid, Emerson Noelle.
Senna - Pretty, but I prefer Sanna as a nickname for Susanna. Senna Violet is pretty, but maybe a little too botanical. Senna Margaret, Senna Florence, Senna Charlotte, Senna Caroline.


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Posted 04 January 2014 - 02:06 PM

Aubree Madelyn - Aubree isn't my favourite name, and I prefer Madeleine, but I like this combo; it flows well, and the names fit together wonderfully.

Isabella Joy (nickname Bella) - I like Isabella, although I do prefer Isobel, and Joy is lovely in the middle name spot. I quite like the potential nn Bella-Joy, which would mean beautiful joy, so cute!

Gracen Cordelia (nickname Gracie) - I have Grace Cordelia on my list currently, but Gracen Cordelia is gorgeous, and I love the nn Gracie.

 

Stella - I love this name, if my dad hadn't named his cat this I would definitely use it. I like Stella Josephine, Stella Madeleine, Stella Rosalie, and Stella Emerson.

Rosalie - I like this, but I prefer Rosalind and Rosaline/Rosalyn. I also like Rosalia (prn ro-ZA-lee-ah, not rose-a-LEE-a). What about Rosalie Grace, Rosalie Emerson, or Rosalie Reese?

Esme (I like Cordelia as a middle for this, but it's Gracen's middle) - Esme is very pretty, although are you prn it ez-may or ez-mee? I prefer the first prn, and it sounds better with Cordelia that way, but since I love Gracen Cordelia more, I'll suggest some other middles: Esme Phillipa, Esme Winona, Esme Catarina, Esme Linnea, or Esme Jasmina?

Reese - I do prefer Rhys on a boy, but it's kind of cute on a girl. Reese Linnea, Reese Olivia, Reese Georgina, Reese Tatiana, or Reese Anastasia?

Emerson (nickname Emme, which is pronounced M-ee) - Love this, if only the surnames didn't end in son. Emme is a gorgeous nn: Emerson Reese, Emerson Stella, Emerson Rosalie, Emerson Senna, or Emerson Violet?

Senna (I kinda like this one... I was thinking maybe Senna Violet?  Suggestions please.) - Senna is lovely, but I always want to say Sienna. Senna Violet is nice, but here are some more suggestions: Senna Rosalie, Senna Katherine, Senna Willow, Senna Felicity, or Senna Danielle.

 

I hope this helps!



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Posted 04 January 2014 - 05:32 PM

Isn't Madeline pronounced Mad-uh-LINE? I want the pronunciation Mad-uh-LYNN.

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Posted 04 January 2014 - 07:04 PM

Madeline is almost always pronounced Mad-uh-LYNN (sometimes parents choose alternate pronunciations, but that percentage is low. Like less than 5% (my estimate)). Madeleine would be Mad-uh-LINE :)




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