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I posted a little while ago and thanks to those who gave suggestions, we now have a list that will be in the first comment. We are going with a Presidental/First Lady name theme so we have already chosen McKinley, Madison or Monroe for her middle name. My husband has a 12 year old daughter named Kennedy, so we will not be using that name. Please tell me your favorite and least favorite name combination from our list. Also, popularity is not a problem for us. Thank you all again, Elizabeth

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OUR LIST:

Lousia Madison
Emily-Sarah Monroe
Jacqueline Monroe
Angelica McKinley
Priscilla Madison
Julia McKinley
Caroline Madison
Lucy-Rose McKinley
Laura Monroe
Georgia McKinley
Millie-Frances Monroe
Theodora Madison
Callie-Lynn Monroe

Thank you, Elizabeth
posted by guest :: 2013-09-28 23:39:40 | report
First off Im glad to see my suggestion of variations on the presidents names and working with first ladies appealed to you. Happy I could help.

I dont like double first names like Emily Sarah, Lucy Rose, Millie Frances or Callie Lynn. Just never have liked them. Its a lot to spit out.

Some of the other combos really work. Priscilla Madison, Julia Mikinley, Caroline Madison, Georgia Mckinley. I dont like any of the first names except Georgia in that batch but the names have great flow.

I think Madison sould be your winner for middle name. Its the one that works best with anything. I like Callie Madison best. Lynn is fine to add for a second middle name but not as a double first name.

Best of luck.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-28 23:47:14 | report
I like Jacqueline Monroe, Georgia McKinley or Caroline Madison (so long as it’s pronounced Carol-line, not Cara-Lynn)!
posted by guest :: 2013-09-28 23:50:23 | report
I like McKinley best of yours & always loved Reagan & Liberty :)
posted by guest :: 2013-09-28 23:51:14 | report
We are open to using the double first names as double middle names instead. And thank you so much for your suggestions. -Elizabeth
posted by guest :: 2013-09-28 23:52:40 | report
Caroline is pronounced Carol-line not Cara-lynn.
Reagan is my middle name and I’m not really a fan of Liberty.
Thank you, Elizabeth
posted by guest :: 2013-09-28 23:55:47 | report
I love Priscilla Madison! Also like Louisa Madison and Julia McKinley.
posted by guest: Sara :: 2013-09-28 23:56:25 | report
Your welcome for the suggestion Elizabeth. Sometimes it just takes an outsider to see another possiblity. Whats great is that without meaning to your step daughter will be included in the family naming tradition too with her presidentail name.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-29 00:01:23 | report
Julia McKinley because Julia makes the best fn from your list, but I prefer Julia Madison. Louisa Madison is my 2nd choice. I like Jacqueline, but I don’t like the nn Jackie that much.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-29 00:49:59 | report
Thank you all so much! We are taking all of your comments into consideration and hopefully we will have the perfect name. Kennedy will be excited to be included.
Thanks again, Elizabeth
posted by guest :: 2013-09-29 01:15:27 | report
Jacqueline, Caroline, Priscilla and Georgia are all great with Kennedy. I like Hillary, too!
posted by guest :: 2013-09-29 01:49:04 | report
Favorite: Emily Sarah Madison (Monroe just doesn’t sound feminine to me at all, sorry)
Least favorite: Theodora Madison

I like Callie alot but not with Lynn and Monroe. What about Callie Rose Madison?
posted by guest :: 2013-09-29 03:20:37 | report
My favorite is Callie-Lynn Monroe. My least favorite is Caroline Madison.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-29 04:11:51 | report

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