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  • I love Nadia. (Another version, Nadine.) Ilse. She could also change spelling of common names to give it a mokre unique touch. :) Congrats auntie!
  • Well, I've always loved the name Anastasia. Any takers? lol
  • I have two young daughters, Sarah Anne and Jamie Lynn. I call Sarah "Sarah-bear" or "bear-bear" and Jamie I call "Jamie-pie". Despite the cute nicknames, they are solid, mature-sounding names for an adult when they grow up. Old names are new again - Emma, Hannah, Elizabeth (nicknames Lizzie, Ellie,Ella, (Besty/Beth- blah) how about Izzie for short?) I hate names that people spell every which way - like Michaela/Mikayla/Makayla/Michayla, Mykayla, etc. (Michaela is really done to DEATH! My older daughter has 3 friends with that name!) I just don't care for them. No personal offense if one of these is your name, LOL. Jaymee, Jaime, Jaymie -blech. I like just plain Jamie. K names - Kaylee, Kayla, Kyley, Keeley - eh. I had a really hard time picking names too!
  • my daughters name is Kara i also like the name Sofie or Zora
  • Willow
  • I like Emma or Emily. Not very unusual but not a overly used either. good luck to your sister.
  • my advice...just wait until the baby is born ...then look at her/him and you will have a better idea as to what to name her/him
  • How about Rowan or Raven?
  • If my son had been born a girl, he would have been Lenore Altira. Lenore is the name of my grandmother, the bravest person I know- not in any way associates with Edgar Alan Poe's poem. Altira is Hebrew for "Do not fear." Both are uncommon. I like the sound of both!
  • My daughter is Livia. But another name I have thought of recently (because of a post on AB) is Cinnamon.
  • I like Allison, Macy, Zoe, Bree (or Brie), Emma and Ella.
  • Staci! or stacie, stacey.. :D gotta throw that in the air.. you never know.. also i like Taylor Jennifer and Rachel
  • Tindra it means Sparkle in swedish(i think) i thought it was a lovely name unusual but pretty>
  • How about Minerva? The Roman goddess of warriors, poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce and crafts. She was also the inventor of music. Could shorten it to Min or Minny.
  • it seems that now days a lot of people pick countries or states or cities as names, for instance our son is called Hamilton, we have a Hamilton city in our counrty, ( of course that of little use to you, since you want a girls name) Jordanna, ( femine of Jordan) Christina Rachel Sophia Ollivia
  • Twyla Emilia Quedrah Aarhdelle ... if you want her to always be first alphabetically. Zyleene ... if you want her to always be last alphabetically.
  • Margot, Caroline, Nadia or Madeline (pronounced Mah-deh-leye-ne) are cute. I've also heard more uncommon names like Germany, Mieke (a German name pronounced Mee-kah) or Irish (which I thought quite pretty). Let me know if you pick one!
  • I've always liked Eliana. I love names ending in things like 'ana', 'belle', or 'bella'. Diana, Rihanna, Ariana, Mariana, Isabelle (or Isabella), Arabella, Anabelle, etc. I also like Elissa, Natasha, and Justina.
  • what is the baby's last name? What letter does it start with?
  • Lila Sophie Elizabeth Annabel Georgina Candice Arabella Olivia Lucy How about Lucy, what do you think of that?
  • Alice? Rosie? Daisy? Lucille and then her nickname could be Cilly (like Silly!!)?? haha strange but sorta cute...
  • I like Charlotte, Amelia, Amy, Kelly...
  • Mollie, Lily, Lilla, Isabel, Isobel, Isabelle, Tamara, Louise (Lulu), Katherine, Jacinta, Annabeth, Genevieve (Viva)...?
  • Kierstin or Kiersty, Kristen, Kyle for Cannon or Haily, Holly for Holden
  • Sometimes a sir name makes a good first name. For instance, Shea, Marley, Clark (maybe not for a girl),etc.
  • Meika is a very beautiful name
  • I'm going to call my baby girl Melody or Mia
  • Gillian, or Jillian..I've always loved it with a J, but I had 3 boys. So now I have Jourdan, Jacob, and Jackson...oh to have a girl.
  • Despite unusual names being interesting, i have an unusual name and all the way through my early childhood i was very upset that i couldnt buy personalised things from the shops like my friend sophie, but instead had to send away for them, and also the amount of thick people who cant spell your name no matter how often you tell them or write it down for them......
  • I named my daughter Jordyn.
  • How about my name, Evelina, thats italian for evelyn
  • Tristan . . . . .or. . . .Memory!
  • Kayleigh
  • Cassandra Adriana
  • Milla, Leona, Christianna...
  • Leila, Emma, Kaylynn and Shayla.
  • Rikke (my sister's name ;) )
  • Jade, Alexa, Carly, or Evett :D
  • Justice Blaine Blake +5
  • Choose a name that begins with A, I think that it's very attractive and I noticed that other guys tend to think that girls whose names begin with certain letters think more of the girl (crazy psychology ain't it?), and A is one of them. ALICIA, ALEXIS, Alyssa, Angelica, Amanda, to name some. (Please pick the two I wrote on caps lock)
  • Consider on thing before you choose your daughter's name, in her first year of school they will expect her to be able to either spell it or write it, so I would say choose one that is not to long or complex. Amelia, Hannah, Mia, Chloe, Ella, Riley, Zoe and Lily are all nice.
  • Keeley.
  • TAMARA - my daughters name - I love it
  • My son was going to be named Emily if he was a girl. It's a lovely name.
  • I've liked the name, Faye. I think its pretty. ^_^
  • Patrick there are irish people evrywhere
  • congrats!! :) yvonne, nicole, annette, melissa (mimi), lindsay, erica, samantha, summer, lauren, bethany, nina, arianne, arianna, cassandra, sandra, dawn, marilyn, juliet, joanne, joannika, jessica, noel, hanna(h), anna, elizabeth, elaine, niquita. do you need more?? lol ;D
  • sky or Storm.
  • Have you tried mining your family tree? If you go back a few generations, you';; probably find many names that are very pretty but that fell out of fashion as they began to be attached to old women instead of little girls. Just as there will some day be nursing homes full of blue haired and unsteady Tiffanys, and Brittanys, and Lindsays, the same thing happened to some really pretty names from the past. They are far enough out of fashion now to be uncommon and poised to return. I don't know that you would want to name your child Beulah. But some of the old gem and flower names were chosen particularly because they expressed the beauty of the baby, like: Ruby, Pearl, Rose, Violet, Hyacinth, Daisy. Some were named after attributes their parents hoped they'd have, like Hope, Faith, and Charity. And some were just pretty names that got handed down through the family and modified a little each time, which means they have lots of nicknames and derivatives: like Eleanor, Ellen, Ella, Helen, Leanore, Lenore, Nora and Caroline, Carolina, Carolynn, Carol, Carrie, Lynn, Cara, Carol. Those old names are a goldmine, because they have so many pretty derivatives that if your child decides she doesn't like her name, she'll have plenty of variations to choose from. Choosing from your family tree also roots your child in your family so that they have a sense of belonging and family identity. It gives you a jumping off place for many conversations about your family history and memories. I named my own daughter after both my grandmothers. I have their pictures hanging in the living room and whenever she does something that reminds me of one of them, I show her the picture and tell her, you remind me of your great-grandma _______, for whom you were named, because......
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  • i was going to name my daughter Brooke, with the middle name Lynn. i decided i liked Shauna better. But she always tells me she wishes i had named her Brooke. ++
  • You would have to state your last name so I could suggest something that would flow with it.
  • My sister is pregnant and the other day i picked up a book about baby names. I just flicked to a random page and saw the name chloe, i told her about this cause really its a lovely name. She doesnt really like it but u might.
  • Congradulations and I pray the baby is born healthy and mom is too. I am Karen Ann and I love my name. Karen is the 60th most popular girls name. I love it because it is formal and yet friendly. I hate it when people have a first name and others decide to shorten it for them. A name like Catherine where everyone calls her Cathy. I like Karen Ann very much and hope you do as well
  • Megan is nice, can also be spelled Meghan
  • i too love willow but my hubby wouldnt go for it but we ended up choosing phoenix lilly...
  • I named my daughter Aries Denee. Everyone loves her name when they hear it. Plus I have never came across another girl with that name. It's actually a boys name but I think it sounds more like a girls name.
  • Kami -Japanese and it means perfect aura
  • My Fav girls names: Lucy Megan Jamie
  • Serena
  • Congratulations! I chose the name Josephine for my daughter nearly 16 years ago because it can be shortened to many nicknames or left as Josephine for whoever my daughter decided to be - a lawyer might want to be Josephine, whereas a teacher may prefer Jo. To her family and all her friends she has been through loads of friendly names, her first at a few days old was Fifi, which lasted about a year, then Josie, sometimes her best friend calls her Feeny, but for most of her life to everyone she has been Jojo. It suits her completely as she is a quiet, thoughtful, pretty girl, a real darling. She tried to be Jo at school, but as older friends still called her Jojo, new friends and teachers picked up on that too. She is happy with this, and as your baby grows and changes you may like to have a name like this that can grow and change with her too. And my daughter loves her name. Best wishes for the birth and enjoy choosing - that name will have to last her a lifetime
  • Estelle Estella Stella (all three of these mean 'star' or 'unattainable') Madeline or Madelyn Ellen, Ella, or Eleanor (many nicknames, such as Ellie and Nell)
  • what do u say about Ilona? Or Anca?
  • Whatever you choose, condsider what her initals would be before deciding. For example, Phoebe Isabel Goodwin is P.I.G. Pretty name but terrible initials!
  • I like Kate at the moment. It's a strong name for a girl derived from Kathleen of which many names can be made also. (Kathy, leeny, etc.)
  • CALL HER VIOLET!!!
  • my daughters name is aries denee. i also know of a little girl named nevaeh(nu-vae-a) and if you look real close its heaven spelled backwards. and my last one, if a girl, was going to be luna inez after my hubspand and my grandmothers, but it was a boy so he got micah instead.
  • My daughter is Marissa. I'd preferred it with one S, but my wife wanted 2, no big deal. When she was 3 or 4 there was a girl in her class called Marin, and Marissa kept asking us "Why didn't you call me Marin?"
  • So, what did they call the baby? (a while since I've been here)
  • Rachel Annabelle Kassy Molly Erin Marrisa Renate (pronounced Ranada) Lucy Bella

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