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2 girls + 1 boy
hi everyone well i have just found out that i am having another girl and i have so many names and no idea which one to use i already have a daughter Mia Rebecca born way before bec and lleytons and a son Noah Christian
the names i like now are
Jordan Blake (i love this but with the nm it sounds a bit more like a boys name)
told you i had a lot and becides Jordan i have no clue for middle names
I'm sorry I'm no help at all- I like all of them! They're all nice names and any of them would be appropriate and lovely!
I do know a girl called Jordan, and personally think it sounds great for a girl, but like you say the mn may make it sound a bit boyish.
How weird that you have a Mia Rebecca too. I, selfishly, was relieved they called their baby Mia as it was not on our list. If they'd used a name we wanted I'd've thought people would think we were copying them!
From your list my favs are:
Good Luck, that's a big list to choose from! :D
i like the name Kaylee.. very girly and cute
From your list I love these ones:
Like me you have a loooooong list to choose from, makes it harder doesnt it
We named our son Jordan. But even if he had of been a girl he would of still been Jordan. I just love the name.:)
Michelle :D (my name)
All the best choosing. :)
My daughter is named Gemma. I also like Tanielle and Summer.
All the names on your list are nice but the only one I really like is Summer.
My faves from your list are (I've combined them as options for middle names too)
Good luck, its so hard choosing names!! Z :)
I like a lot of your names, what about Jordis?? there was a girl on Rock Star INXS on Foxtel with this name. I thought it was really pretty and unique. Jordan sounds lovely paired with a very fem mn. Jordan Isabelle is really pretty imo. Good luck deciding!!!
These are my faves from your list
All of the names on your list are lovely, but i especially love:
I also quite like the name Jordan and i know a girl and boy with the name, it suits them both!
Good luck deciding!
Hi i have a son called Jordan, but i have a met a couple of girls called Jordan. Maybe you could spell it slightly different eg Jordyn and i agree with putting it together with a feminine middle name.
The other names from your list that i like are:
Riley (maybe even spelled : Rylee) :)
2 girls + 1 boy
thanks for your help eveyone my favs at the moment are
We had Summer picked as one of the names for our DD. We decided against it because of "The O.C". Our thinking was that Summer and Marissa will soon become the "flavour of the moment" names. My sister works in daycare, and tells me you wouldn't believe the number of Dylans, Brandons, etc she has in her class. - Remember Beverly Hills 90210.
From your list I like
I love your childrens names! Noah Christian is great and I love Mia.
Others that I like:
i always find it best to try and find a name you like that sounds good following your current childrens names. say all 3 of them together, do they flow??
from your list i really love
Kaylee and Hannah.
what about changing jordan slightly and make it Jordana?
just a suggestion.
good luck with making a choice and please do let us know what you decide on.
Bubs EDD 21/4/06
my fav is taylor or spelt taylah
My daughters middle name is Jordan....Her first name is Paris!!
If I were to have another girl (lol)!!!.....I love the names ~ lili and Mattisse!!
Hi I did mention on the other thread i have a girl called saffron Anne Louise(middle names are family)
My Fav name would be obvious:yelclap: but I also love Summer, Chloe, Riley and Ella.
Its just so confusing choosing names isn't it!?:eek:
Well, I figured I'd contribute my humble opinions on some of these names. However, my comments on trendiness/general associations are based on my where I'm from (Canada), and may not reflect popularity elsewhere. Also, trust your own instincts more than what some person thinks. ;)
Jordan Blake (i love this but with the nm it sounds a bit more like a boys name) More I hear it, the more I like it. But going to school with both a Jordan and a Blake (both obnoxious drinkers), the boy connection is a little too strong for me. Maybe pair it with a more feminine middle name, or add one after Blake.
Olivia Versatile and uncommon but not unusual.
Abbey My advice: Stick to Abigail and use Abbey as a nickname. Abbey's cute and generally flexible, but for some people it's too nickname-y for all situations.
Casidy Looks incomplete with one 's'. Pronounced CASEidy or CASSidy? It's actually my youngest sister's name, and it's great. No problems with spelling or pronounciation with her teachers, but she's the only one in her class.
Jennifer A little dated here, but great as a name or for nicknames
Kayla/Kaylee My other sister went to school with the Kayla (and it's variants). NOt sure how popular it is now, but it can be a real pain distinguishing the Kayla from the Kayley from the Kaleigh.... especially when the kid has to identify labelled clothing at the beginning of school.
Kaitlin Somewhat similar to the Kayla story. One advantage is that it can be shortened to the more traditional Kate
Madison If I had a penny for every Madison that's been born in the last 5 years, I wouldn't have my major school debt. It's a great name though (one of my favourites until it became trendy), but I'd consider it's popularity in your area before you do. Having had a common name, I hated having to mark everything with my first and last names. Of course, I was a lazy child :rolleyes:
Sophia/Sophie Go with a strong sounding middle name
Tamantha What's the origin of this?
Obviously, go with your own opinion. And maybe some of the things I or other posters have pointed otu as negatives/positives are actually the other way around for you. And if I get particularly ambitious, I may comment on some of the other names later (didn't want to :ecomcity: any longer). Good luck!
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