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Carter, vs. Reilly, & vs. Tristan’s sister!

We conceived our three beautiful boys using AIH and finally, are expecting a baby girl. We have a short list of names that we have been collecting since we were pregnant with our first son. Please tell us what you think! Thanks so much, Rob, Anna, Carter James, Reilly Oliver, and Tristan Robert

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Carter, 0% (0 votes)
Reilly, & 0% (0 votes)
Tristan’s Sister! 0% (0 votes)

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Here’s the names:
Poppy
Ever/Everly
Haven
Aven
Isla
Brynn
Sophia
Dawsyn (My grandmother’s name is Dawson, and we thought this might be a good way to honor her. Please don’t say it isn’t feminine enough, as in our family it is only thought of as a girls’ name.)
Alivia

Thanks :)
Oh, if it helps any, our last name is Whitman.
posted by guest: Anna :: 2010-08-02 12:52:46 | report
I love the name Everly :)
Everly Dawsyn
Everly Brynn
posted by guest :: 2010-08-02 12:56:02 | report
Love Isla and Alivia. I like the spelling Dawson much better, I don’t think the -yn ending does anything for it. I actually think it’d be really cute as a mn. Isla Dawson or Alivia Dawson sound really good together. GL!
posted by guest :: 2010-08-02 12:56:15 | report
I love..
Everly nn Ever or Evie - very pretty
Isla - Classy, but unique
Sophia - Quite popular, but I love it!
Dawsyn - Very different, but i quite like it
Alivia - Much better and uncommon the Olivia

Everly Sophia Whitman ESW
Ever Dawsyn Whitman EDW
Isla Alivia Whitman IAW
Dawsyn Sophia Whitman DSW
Sophia Dawsyn Whitman SDW
Alivia Dawsyn Whitman ADW
GL!
posted by guest :: 2010-08-02 12:57:19 | report
I really, really like Dawsyn! I think both spellings are nice, but maybe the -son looks better for when she gets older. Just ignore the traditional -son bit.
Alivia Dawson is super cute, as well as the suggestion of Dawsyn Sophia.
Another name on the list I really like is Poppy. Poppy Sophia is pretty cute.
Congratulations on the baby girl!
posted by guest :: 2010-08-02 13:01:32 | report
Oops, I meant to say ignore the traditional -son meaning, not bit!
posted by guest :: 2010-08-02 13:02:19 | report
Brynn, Sophia or Olivia (not Alivia)
posted by guest: ruthie :: 2010-08-02 14:18:25 | report

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