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Phoebe Conner vs. Phoebe Connor

What do y’all think about Connor/Conner for a girl? This is my last baby (having hysterectomy as soon as she’s born) and we really want to use Connor to honor a family member, but not sure if it sounds ok for a girl. Phoebe stays as first name. Thoughts?

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Phoebe Conner 50% (2 votes)
Phoebe Connor 50% (2 votes)

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I love Connor for a girl, you could also use the original spelling Conor.
posted by guest: hanna :: 2014-01-29 14:37:24 | report
Unless its for medical reasons don’t have a hysterectomy, as next time you may get that boy you clearly want and then use Connor. What about Another name that is either similar to Connor in style or meaning?
posted by guest :: 2014-01-29 14:38:59 | report
I think it’s totally okay! Especially as a middle name.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-29 14:40:17 | report
I already have a son that is named for another family member. The hysterectomy is for medical reasons. I went to schedule surgery and we discovered I was pregnant during the bloodwork! We are thrilled to have another baby but the hysterectomy is still necessary, unfortunately.
posted by guest: Poll Maker :: 2014-01-29 14:45:48 | report
My son’s name is Connor, so for me it’s ALL boy. What if you used another name that starts with Co thats more girly? Such as Coralie, Colleen, Colette, Corinne. Or you could go with a girl name thats also Irish, such as Delaney. Just a few suggestions.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-29 14:47:51 | report
Connor is fine, especially since it’s after a family member.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-29 14:52:28 | report

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