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    I prefer Elsa, Elsie can be a nn and she has the option of using Elsa when she is older if she needs /wants a more 'mature' sounding name. Matilda , I'm not a fan of, particularly the nn Tilly. Good luck!

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    I have a friend called Elsa. She is awesome. Great name too.

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    I love Elsie. It would be on my list but dp doesn't like it

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    I love Elsa, Elsie and Matilda. All are gorgeous names. Elsa is my favourite and its now a disney princess name. My girls would give their right arm to be called Elsa right now haha

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    I like Elsie the most out of the three.

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    Matilda gets my vote

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    I love Matilda and Tilly!

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    I have a Matilda Ann, Tilly for short

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    I like Matilda..dd2 is Tilda ( not Matilda) and we get Lots of comments on how pretty/beautiful it is .

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    hello all, thank you for your replies so helpful - its good to know most people liked those names, i am leaning towards Elsie. i am just not sure of a middle name to go with it??not a big fan of filler names eg rose, may even though they go really nicely with it!


 

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