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I am one that likes matchy names; all three of my children share a first initial, but I changed the 2nd initial up just so it's easier for myself if I need to initial things (KC, KJ, KA instead of just all K's).
I like Calli Jo, Carly Jo, Cami Jo, Cora Jo, Colbie Jo.
If you decide to change up the initials you can always change those to "K" names instead :)
Others; Mally, Kenna, Marley, Lily, Paisley, Macy, Alexa, Aubrey or Audrey, Ellie or Ella, Layla.
I like all of your choices, but feel like some don't go good with Kaden (which may or may not matter to you). I think Chase, Miles, Owen & Asher go the best with big brother. I love Kaveh too, but a lot of people will probably ask how to pronounce it. Kylo is neat, but it does take away your opportunity to use Kyla in the future.
The rest are nice names, but don't seem like the same style as Kaden.
I love Sylvie True with Ellary Day. Beautiful :)
Good choices, glad you came to an agreement. :)
Love all her suggestions :)
I like Rocsen. I think I like Ryatt a little more though :) That's great that you have it narrowed down to two!
Since you & your husband agree on Simon & Juliana I'd stick to both of them. Then maybe each of you choose one more from your lists? You choose Cecily or Natalia, he chooses Victoria or Cecilia? Or pick one of your mom's favorites & one of your dad's favorites?
Love Royce! I have friend with a son named that, completely forgot to suggest it :)
Andi, Aubrey, Brooklyn, Brynn/Brinley, Belle/Bella, Calli, Emerson "Emmy", Ellie, Ella, Hannah, Halli, Indie, Jocelyn, Josey, Kinley, Laney, Londyn, Mally, Miley, Mya, Mia, Morgan, Nevaeh, Nora, Paisley, Payton, Piper, Poppy, Rori, Reese, Stella,
Avery, Brayden, Bentley, Cale, Carter, Chase, Camden, Deacon, Declan, Grant, Gavin, Gage, Hayden, Hudson, Ian, Jaxon, Jase, Kason, Kyler, Kash/Kashton, Landon, Layton, Nolan, Owen, Paxton, Peyton, Rowan, Tate, Tayden, Zander
Love the name. I vote Steele :)
I love Ryatt & Rekker. I've never heard of either. Ryker I've heard, but only a couple of times.
Ansley, Ambree, Alivia, Ariella, Alina (ah-leen-ah). Emory, Elliana, Ella, Ivy, Indie, Hadley, Harper, Hattie, Stella, Scarlett
Axel, Afton, Evander, Emeric, Everett, Griffin, Jasper, Leighton, Lennox, Maven, Nolan, Owen, Preston, Quinn, Quentin, Rowan, Sawyer, Tanner, Terrance, Tristan, Wesley.
Ethan & Landon are my favorites. I like them both with Ava. Ava & Landon a little more than Ethan & Ava. But I do like that Ethan & Ava both start with vowels :)
The two Ayla's I know pronounce it Ay-lah like you're doing. I didn't even think of pronouncing it Eye-luh.
I like the R theme also. Sorry if I repeat any suggestions. I like the three R names you narrowed it down to-- love that they're uncommon. I also like the other two choices, Grayden more than Bennett.
Other ideas...... I know of brothers named Ranger & Rowdy-- cute but might be too "cowboy". Ramsey?
I'm not very creative. You could drop the "ce" in Joyce & make it Joy... Ayla Joy. Or even drop the "y"... making it Ayla Jo. You could change Jacinto to Jacey... Ayla Jacey.
I like your choices & don't think you need to change anything. The sentimental meaning is the part that counts :) my favorite is Ayla Joyce.
Gia & Kesli sound cute together. Middle "unique" name suggestions; Aribella, Brynlee, Breelyn, Dezalee, Elliana, Faithlyn, Gracelyn, Havanah, Haizley, Jazlyn, Kambrie, Maelyn, Paislyn, Rowynn, Shaylee, Shaelyn, Tatelyn, Tinleigh/Tenley, Yasmine, Zaverie
Afton, Hudson, Landon, Declan, Deacon, Rylan, Colton, Garrett, Jase, Kason, Kyler, Paxton, Peyton, Preston, Tate, Brady, Brody, Carter, Keaton Lane, Cole
Love the suggestion of Teagan. I did hear it for a boy recently, but mostly just girls & it sounds great with your boys. Braden, Landon, Gavin, Hudson & Teagan :) you could always give her a real girly middle name too.