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    We had a solid girl's name picked if DS was a girl - Jemima.

    We're not having any more babies, so we won't get to use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melimum View Post
    Would some some inspiration... I have been trying to conceive for 4 years now. I have had a boys name picked for that whole time that I'm still in love with but have recently gone off our favourite girls name. I'm making a list so when I finally get my miracle I'm armed with plenty of choices to go through with picky dp. Our 5 year old dd is Emilia. I like unusual names, unisex names and a few traditional names. Would love to hear names you loved but maybe didn't have the nerves to go with because it was too unusual... or maybe something you loved but didnt suit your last name.... or something you just couldn't agree on. Tell me your "Wish you could of" girls names ������ mine are:

    Dp hated-
    Eva
    Indigo
    Mahalia
    Rosie

    Didn't work with our surname-
    Sunny
    Saige
    Sailor


    Too out there??-
    Alba
    Tullulah
    Sailor

    My DD is Sailor, we obviously love the name

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    I loved Odette as well. Actually I had a list of about 50 girls names I liked and DH vetoed all but 2 of them...

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    I'm lucky that dh agreed to use my favourite girl name of about 10 yrs prior to having a daughter. He didn't like it for a long time, but had warmed to it by the time I was pregnant with her.

    We aren't having more kids, but other girl names I would use are..

    Pearl
    Astrid
    Margaux
    Violet
    Beatrix

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    We have an Elsie and I love it so much. I also loved Ellie but DH didn't. We had so much trouble agreeing on our girls name but definitely both happy with it in the end 😊

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    I love the name Danielle. When I was younger I used to tell people my name was Danielle! My name is unusual and I hate it, no-one knows how to say it or spell it. DH loves Martika but it would sound silly with our surname.

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    Sasha
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    Default Baby girl names you wish you could have used

    We only had boys but had a list of girl names we liked.....
    Zara
    Lailah
    Arihia
    Zahari
    Kiele
    Kiah/Kaiah/Kaiha
    Kahlia
    Kelera
    Allira
    Briele
    Tahlie
    Malika,
    Mahlia, Maliha, Mahala ,
    Tiali,
    Ariella

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    My all time favourite girl name is Chrisanthy (or Chrysanthe the correct spelling). I guess I could use it, but whenever I've brought it up with ex or partner they didn't like it (or I had boys). Lots of people look at it and think it's too hard to say but it's not really any different than other three syllable names like Samantha. Kris-ann-thee isn't really that difficult.

    I also love Xanthe, Ziva and Zephyrine for girls.

    Zephyr, Ayrton and Zaron for boys.


 

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