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    I'd go with it. Its a different name and I don't think she'd care. If she does then its a little childish.

    My cousins both had daughters a few months apart and both named them Isabella they never see each other much so its no biggie. Worked out well really one gets bella the other izzy!

    Beautiful name by the way. I think you'd regret it if you didnt use it.

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    I would choose the name you like but spell it differently so it doesn't look as similar. Maybe Annya?

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    I agree with your DH, you will regret it if you don't use the name you want.
    I'd go with it if I were you.


 

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