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    Right now, if I was pregnant and having a girl, I'd be pushing for Emilia.

    Have always loved Emily (too common) and Amelia (can't use an "A" name with my last name being a noun), so perfect compromise, plus it's the name of the actress who plays Danerys on Game of Thrones!!

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    Named my daughter Ivy but I also loved

    Zoe
    Olivia
    Amelia
    Eloise
    Harriet
    Lila

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    I have gone through so many girls names I have really liked and never got to use.

    The name I loved as a teen and early 20's was Carrigan.

    I liked Kestrel around then as well.

    When finally falling pregnant my DH did not like either, and we kind of agreed on Aria (Spelled Arya from the book series before the TV series of Game of Thrones, didn't know until the TV series came. I wouldn't of fought tooth and nail to not have that spelling, if I had known how awesome this little girl was)

    When falling pregnant a 2nd time. I felt Aria was meant to be for our first child and dropped it.
    My DH agreed as we both wanted something different. He opted for Elizabeth and I wanted Mollie.
    So Mollie Elizabeth is what we had for baby no2.

    Now that I have had the 2 boys. And the decision on possibly no more.
    I have kind of put aside a list of names I loved.

    Elizabeth is now the big favorite for me. DH likes the idea of the nickname Ella or Elly.

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    I love the names below, but they don't go with our surname:

    Maisie
    Milena
    Addison
    Sadie
    Amelie
    Lainey
    Laina
    Evelyn - Evie
    Lola
    Bridie
    Tatiana
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    I'm loving the girls names Elodie, Lola, Evie and Aubrey at the moment.

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    I don't have a favourite, and the ones I do like change all the time, but some that have been on the radar for a while now are: Adelaide, Alex, Adeline, Willow, Freya, Ariana, Genevieve, Kira, Sari (hence my username), Elodiah... and probably 20 more I can't think of without flicking through a names book, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    I don't have a favourite, and the ones I do like change all the time, but some that have been on the radar for a while now are: Adelaide, Alex, Adeline, Willow, Freya, Ariana, Genevieve, Kira, Sari (hence my username), Elodiah... and probably 20 more I can't think of without flicking through a names book, lol.
    my dd as one of those names good taste!

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    I have a G.eorgette.

    I also love,

    Adele
    Adelaide
    Autumn
    Ashlyn
    Claira
    Seren
    Bridie
    Raven
    Darcy
    Winter

    And lots of others that I can't remember right now!

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