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    Default Middle name for our baby girl?

    Our little girl has a set-in-stone first name (DH's nannas name). Because of this I get to choose her middle name, and I want a pretty name but with a tiny bit of spunk/earthiness/something different. DH wants Elizabeth which is a family name for both sides, and whilst it's a beautiful, classic name it's just not feeling right to me.

    High on my list right now

    Willow
    Lilah
    Adeline

    Thoughts on these names or any other suggestions?

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    I like Lilah out of your 3

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    I like Willow out of the list.

    My DD's middle name is Aster, which obviously I like

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    Lilah

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    I love Adeline.

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    I think Willow and Adeline are really pretty. LOVE the PP suggestion of Aster!
    Some other suggestions

    Sage
    Lyric
    Meadow
    Coco
    Indigo

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    Hard to say without knowing the first name. Middle names should flow well so the full name sounds rhythmically pleasant.
    If the first name is two syllables I would go with Adeline.

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    Adeline is beautiful

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    I also like Adeline, though it would be helpful to know the first name

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    Thanks for the replies so far.

    *edited* for privacy.

    For those who missed it, her first name begins with M and has two syllables
    Last edited by Colbie; 13-05-2014 at 22:35.


 

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