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    I know a business called Arabella Rose, named after her daughter.

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    Thanks everyone, my dh likes Bella but I didn't want that to be her full name, as a nickname/ shortened name is ok . That's if bubs is a girl 😊

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    My daughter is named Annabelle. We call her bellie for short. Very cute!!

    I like Annabella too but after twilight theres 8 million "bellas'" so i scrapped it and went with just Annabelle

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat76 View Post
    Hi ladies , I would love to hear opinions on a girls name we are considering
    Annabella Rose ??
    Lol, love it! That's basically my name., that being said, there are a fair few ways to turn the name into something mean. My brother found a myriad of ways to work the word 'smell' into my name.
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    My DD's name is Anabella (we spelt it the Slavic way as that is my family's heritage)

    We constantly get Arabella ALL the time. But have also had plenty of lovely compliments

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    Love it. We are considering it for our baby. Annie for short


 

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