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    Great choice with Evie ( same as my DD1) I love Eleanor if you want the same letter and Bethany or Freya are my other faves. Good luck choosing.

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    Evelyn and Lilian with Evie and Lily for nn. I think they sound good together both as full name and nn. Both strong but beautiful names.

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    I'd go something that doesn't end a y or ie sound like Evie, myself. I'd like more difference and less matchy if that makes sense. Same style but diff sound. Especially for twins.

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    Evelyn and Annabelle go beautifully together. Both old fashioned, classic names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpysmurf View Post
    Stella

    I'd go something that doesn't end a y or ie sound like Evie, myself. I'd like more difference and less matchy if that makes sense. Same style but diff sound. Especially for twins.
    I agree with this. Whilst a lot of the names here are beautiful, the nickname for them is 2 syllables and ends in an "ie" sound which i think is a bit too matchy. Now that I've said that, I can't think of any examples that suit Evelyn!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpysmurf View Post
    Stella

    I'd go something that doesn't end a y or ie sound like Evie, myself. I'd like more difference and less matchy if that makes sense. Same style but diff sound. Especially for twins.
    I agree too.

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