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    I like them all, however, slightly prefer Florence, Alice and Olive as, to me, they suit an adult as well as a little girl. Florence is my fave overall (could have some nice nicknames with it too).

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    I love them all, so it's hard to say.

    I think I probably love Alice most, buuuut it's more common than some of the others, so for that reason I would pick Florence.

    I don't think you can really go wrong though!

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    Clearly Alice is looking like the clear favourite. I can't help looking at it and reading "A lice", takes away the prettiness of the name for me.
    I love Florence! I think Finn and Florrie sound adorable!

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    Daisy

    Although Olive was my Nanas name so it holds a special place in my heart

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    Flo & Finn works for me!

    But is Finn actually Finnley/Finnleigh? As I feel names should be about the same length?

    Otherwise I would choose Alice. Daisy is gorgeous for a little girl but I can't imagine a grown up professional 'Daisy'.

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    I love Daisy - goes so well with Finn

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    They are all lovely. My favourites are Olive and Florence, however I don't actually think I like Florence and Finn together. It sounds too matchy to me (JMO!).

    If you use Florence, PLEASE don't use the nickname Flo. It reminds me of Bad Boy Bubby

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    Daisy would be my fave
    I like the kids names to start with different letters, so would go with a non F starting name, but that's just me


 
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