Here comes #4!
I'm due with number 4 arriving in June of 2018. We are so excited to be having another baby and most likely our last kiddo. We've decided to let the sex of baby be a surprise, similar to our second child.
We have 3 little girls
Anneliese Pearl &
Coralie(sounds like Rosalie) Suzanne.
Brooklyn goes by her full Brooklyn and never Brook. Anneliese is most often Annie (although I love using Anneliese.) And Coralie is almost exclusively called Cora.
So calling them at the park sounds like this, "Brooklyn, Annie, Cora!"
I'll link my previous posts. It was really fun to go reminsce naming Anneliese and Cora. We had many great suggestions for naming #3 but ended up partially naming her for my husband (Cory) and adding the "lie" to honor the great-grandfather Lee who passed away as most of my husband's siblings have given their first son the middle name of Lee. Since we weren't sure if we would get a boy, we decided to use it with Coralie. However I much prefer Cora.
If anyone recalls, my husband wanted to use the name Charger if we ever had a boy (luckily we haven't yet!) He has moved on from that, thank heavens! He has fallen in love with the name Baker and is dead-set on that. I'm happy with it and willing to use it! It's not necessarily a name but it sounds okay.
Boy: Baker Lee D0dg3 (we are still going to use Lee as a middle.) Husbands favorite!
I prefer Owen Lee or Wilder(like Laura Ingalls Wilder) Lee.
Girl: Lila, Leila, Lydia, Darcy, Dorothy(a little Dottie sounds adorable!) Daphne...All some I've thought I might like.
I'm stumped! We've named three and I feel like there is now so much criteria if we had to name a 4th girl. Do we give her a "d" name to go with our trend of ABC (although the names aren't in alphabetical order?) Our girls have longish names and all with a second syllable starting with "L." Do I continue that trend? Don't even get me started on middle names.
Since we have a Cory and a Cora and an Allison and an Anneliese we thought it might be nice to give Brooklyn a "b" sibling. If it is a boy Baker works for that. If its a girl, I don't have any girl "b' names that I'm loving. But I do like those "d" names above. Although first names starting with a "d" sound a bit harsh, less feminine to me at least. A "d" name gives us the alphabetical theme too.
Naming Annie- http://www.babynamewizard.com/forum/naming-2-advice
Naming Cora- http://www.babynamewizard.com/forum/naming-3
Mon, 12/04/2017 - 3:19am