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    Thanks. Yes we used to watch that show and then saw it in a baby name book. It's a similar soft sounding nature name to Willow, but less common. Goes well with a flower middle name

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    I also love Niamh (neeve)

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    I also love Niamh (neeve)

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    I've always loved the "correct" spelling of Niamh, I think it's beautiful.

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    Just another idea for you but I heard the other day (now I'm not sure if I'm spelling it correctly here) Emeline. I think it's a variant of Emily. Very pretty

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    Ours girls names list for whenever #2 comes is....

    Astrid
    Cleo
    Dakota
    Briella (Bree-ella)
    Arabella (Ah-ra-bella)
    Phoebe

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    Some very pretty name ideas. Thank you ladies. Still can't get dp to agree to any of my suggestions... I'm only 22 weeks so trying not to stress about it

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    I have a G.eorgette. I think it's very feminine.

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    My twin girls are Caris and Casey x

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    How about

    Paloma
    Saffiyah (Arabic I think)
    Seraphina
    Esmerelda
    Fenella
    Isadora
    Clover
    Eilish
    Raphiqua
    Etta
    Sabina
    Paola
    Cassia
    Fleur
    Delphina

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    I always loved Freya. Pronounced Fray-ya


 

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