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I prefer Louisa with Cecelia and Amalia, and I absolutely adore Louisa! Very underused, like your other girls' names. I'm not a big fan of Sabina personally and I think it would often be mistaken for Sabrina. Carolina is pretty, but depending on where you live, you may get a lot of care-uh-LIE-nuh's.
Some other suggestions:
Ana (not sure if you want to repeat initials)
Dorothea ("Dottie" or "Thea")
Ah! I love your girls' names! Your list is lovely as well :)
With Marianne and Julia, I think Elizabeth and Eleanor fit best. I get a slight beatles vibe from Eleanor and Julia, but I'm probably more familiar with the band than most young people today, so I definitely wouldn't consider it to be a dealbreaker (and it's not a bad association either!) Besides, with Marianne thrown in the mix, it's very unnoticeable.
Do your other girls go by nicknames? I love the nicknames Libby and Lizzie, but I think they're a bit informal compared to Julia and Marianne. Maybe using a different nickname like Elsa or Beth would fix that... But to be honest I prefer Lizzie and Libby :) Another thing to note is if you have a very common surname, there are probably thousands of people that are also named Elizabeth (last name), which can be good and bad. That can easily be solved by giving her a unique nickname or middle name, though.
I think in the end my vote is for Elizabeth. Julia is a classic, and Mary and Anne are just about as traditional as it gets. Julia, Elizabeth, and Marianne is gorgeous! Eleanor is becoming more popular and I feel like it fits in better with 'antique revivals' like Charlotte and Evelyn than underused classics like Julia and Marianne. But that's just my two cents... really every name on your list is wonderful.
Here we go, no -a endings for girls and no -n endings for boys:
There are probably quite a few repeats on here, but to be honest I haven't read through the entire thread:
I'll do boy's names, then girl's.
Quinn (unisex, really)
Yes, we are planning on having more children, so there are definitely some 'matchy' groups of names that we need to narrow down (Jasper, Emmett, and Edward especially... I should add that Rosalie is very high on my list for a girl so I think I have to factor that in as well!)
Thanks for the insider's tip! :)
Switch first and middle: Olivia Charlotte
Change first name: Anna Louise
Change middle name: Katherine Iris
Keep intiitials: Evelyn Alice
Keep full name: Margaret Ruth
Ooh fun! I love these games!
Switch first and middle: James Alexander
Change first name: Arthur Grant
Change middle name: Benjamin Charles
Keep initials but change names: August John
Keep name: Theodore Matthew
Hello everyone, We've narrowed it down to the following:
Still quite long, I know! They're in no specific order, but the ones towards the bottom are the ones we're still iffy about. Please let us know your thoughts!
Sorry for any repeats:
Andrew "Drew" (Jack, Sam, Max, and Drew)
Daniel "Danny" (Jack, Sam, Max, and Danny)
Elias/Elliot "Eli" (Jack, Sam, Max, and Eli)
Gabriel "Gabe" (Jack, Sam, Max, and Gabe)
Henry (Jack, Sam, Max, and Henry)
Leo (Jack, Sam, Max, and Leo)
Nicholas "Nick" (Jack, Sam, Max, and Nick)
William "Will" (Jack, Sam, Max, and Will)
Joseph Mayer and Amelia
Mayer and Amelia, Joseph and Amelia
Joseph Mayer and Clara
Mayer and Clara, Joseph and Clara
Joseph Mayer and Charlotte "Lottie"
Joseph and Charlotte, Mayer and Lottie (or Mayer and Lola)
Joseph Mayer and Lillian "Lilly"
Mayer and Lilly, Joseph and Lillian
These would be my favorites, I think. Charlotte, Amelia, and Lillian are all quite popular vintage names right now and Clara is on the rise as well. However, I think they provide a nice balance with the more uncommon Mayer without completely clashing with Joseph. Good luck!
That was my thought too. Since there is only a 50% chance your next child will be a girl, I feel like it would best to use the name you like the most and see how things play out. Good luck!
Definitely either Eloise or Annabel, but I can't decide which I like better! I suppose Eloise is less common since Annabelle is currently ranked 100th, but you really can't go wrong. Combining Annabel and Eloise, what do you think of Anneliese?
Definitely Corbin. I've just never been a fan of Dexter. I also think Corbin sounds better with Michael :)
I love it!
I know one Phoebe, age 2. Her sister is Eliza, maybe you'd like that as well.
Then of course there's Phoebe Buffay from Friends, which is a great association for me :)
I believe Arthur means bear, so that could be a unique way to get the nickname :)
Arthur Benjamin is very handsome!
How excting! My favorites with Molly are:
Olivia, Mia, Madison, Morgan, Avery, and Riley are too trendy for my tastes, and the latter four I prefer on boys. I like Maggie, but only as a nickname, and Gillian & Gabrielle just aren't my style. I love Lily, but I think it's a little too similar to Molly. I'm just not a fan of Wyatt, Ryder, and Liam, but the other options all work pretty well with Molly.
I knew you could use Roman numerals, but I was definitely not aware that you could use numbers like 1,2,3 etc.
I would personally assume Emerson, Tate, and Charlie were boys and Adair was a girl.
Estella is gorgeous! Estée could be a possible nickname, although you may have to deal with the periodic Estée Lauder references. I don't think it would be that bad, though.
Evelyn is quite popular right now, but I still consider it timeless. I personally prefer Estella with your set, as I'm not a big fan of the matching endings of Benjamin & Evelyn.
'Cydnee'? Yikes, that's bad. My husband is a Seahawks fan, but I would never let him go that far (I don't think he has any desire to though, which is good.) I was actually not aware that you could use numbers on a birth certificate, thats definitely interesting!