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    Default Help us find a name!!

    Hi all,
    We are due to have a No4 in the next week or two...
    Really struggling to find a name. We are an aussie-european family and looking for a name to suit what we already have: Valentino, Isabella and Sienna. It needs to suit them but not be strictly italian.
    We talk about:
    girls: Sofia (hubby really likes but Im not too fond of), Amelia (I really like but hubby not too fond of)
    boys: Max (hubbys fav but I dont like), Romeo, Orlando

    I feel like I've got nothing in my mind!
    Please give us some suggestions!!

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    All lovely names... Really love Orlando for a boy and Amelia for a girl.

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    Thanks Best Things.
    If our second had been a boy, she would have been Orlando, kinda feel like I've gone off it.
    I also love Stella, but of course hubby doesnt. So we dont seem to find names we agree on, although on the first three we did and I never had second thoughts... I now really would like Amelia, and he doesnt...

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    I like Sienna and orlando

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    Thanks fullofhope.
    Our 3rd chilld is Sienna.
    To clarify, we are not italians, hubby is 1/4 italian, but names dont have to be. I am from northern europe so kinda like any european names.

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    Mmmm that's all on my mind now!

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    Adelle -Adelle is a German name meaning "noble"

    Astrid -Astrid is a name of Old Norse origin meaning "fair, beautiful, goddess".

    For a boy

    Dantae/Dante

    Matteo

    Rocco

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    What about Christian for a boy. Marisa, Christina for a girl. Btw my husband loves the name Sophia, spelt that way. I have three girls and if we were to have another girl that (never gonna happen I'm done) (if we were to have baby no.4 my husband convinced it would be a girl) it would definitely be Sophia.

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    I vote for Amelia. I'm utd with #4 and due in May. I really want to name this new bub (we know she's a girl) Amelia but dh doesn't like it.

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    I really love your childrens' names. For your next one, from your list, I think Sofia is wonderful. I also love that spelling. For a boy, perhaps Alessio or Alessando or Antonio. Alessio is probably my fave.


 

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