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Boy: Brennan, Damon, Davin, Deacon, Dunstan, Nolan, Ruben, Tristan
Girl: Arden, Haven, Jordan, Meagan/Meaghan, Morgan, Tamsin
Good lucky ... ;o)
I do like your suggestion of Penelope, and think Penelope Violet is a lot easier to say that Penelope Claire Kincaid.
Some names that I thought of that mike work with Linnea: Alina (or the full Adelina), Alvina, Anissa, or Neysa (pr. NEE-suh) -- although that last one might be too close sounding to Linnea. Good luck!
Janessa, Anya & __________
I love the name Alice and, in my youth when I was enamored of all things Eleanor of Aquitaine, I loved the spelling Alys. "Alice" peaked in 1880 and 1906, so I never knew any Alices my age growing up. But, the lowest it ever got was #444 in 2005 -- the same amount of popular as Kyleigh, Leilani, Rylie, Itzel (!), Madyson, Skye, Alyson, Viviana, and Piper in 2005. In 1960 (the year of my birth), Alice was about the same amount of popular as Helen (0.196%), Marilyn (0.196%), and Sue (0.193%). I did know may Sue's, but they were all Susans (#2 in 1960). I knew one Helen, a few years younger than I (and her name was Helen Keller ... so, I remember her well!), but never knew any Marilyns either. Perhaps Marilyn is on the way back too?
Anyway ... I ramble ...