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Tulip! My husband and I both loved it. But our last name starts with a P, so it had to go. Plus, I was off put by the fact that even I didn't know if we'd pronounce it "Tu-lip" or "Tu-lup."
Yep, was just gonna say, got the boy and girl column mismatched.
Quinn the Eskimo and The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest, both sung by Bob Dylan
I love the articles you've been posting lately, but I can't help but wonder, when are you going to post the 100 Club for Girls?
MinkaRachel, I love that book, Chrysanthemum!
I like Petra the best as an fn, with pretty much all the other middle name options. Have you considered Petra Reese?
The common thread between Juliet and Elise that stands out to me is the "Lee" sound in both. In that vein, I like Liana a lot. Milena or Melina are probably my favorites out of your list, though I agree pronunciation could be a problem, and I'm not sure they strike me as the same style as your daughters' names. Have you heard the name Melitta? (Muh-lee-tuh) I have a cousin named that, always thought it was a pretty name. I've always thought of it as Italian (her dad is Italian), but through some googling, it seems to be a paneuropean name.
What about Coraline, Coralyn, or Coralie?
Have you thought about Briar for a girl? Short and botanical, could work well with Lily and Reed.