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    My dd is Eloise (and her middle name go figure is one of your other top names😊) everyone always comments on how 'pretty' her name is

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    I have a friend named Eloise who is nicknamed Lolly 😊

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    I think eloise is a gorgeous name but I do wonder if it's a bit similar. I inadvertently named my daughter a similar name to my name (same first letter and both short names) and we both just have to respond to each other's name because everyone mixes them up.

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    Violet is nice...

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    I have a Hannah. And I love it!

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    Love Eloise. One of my personal favourites also are Sylvie and Celia.

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    I just love Louella and Eloise. The syllables 'Lou' and 'El' appear in both, but in reverse iykwim! I would totally go for it.

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    Way too similar in my opinion, but a beautiful name. What about Quinn Elouise?

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    I like them reversed as well.

    I'd think about when you are calling to them across the park to come and eat lunch. You will say both their names together over the years a lot more than you will say their middle names.

    Louellaelouise is a real tongue twister. Even Loulouellie is a lot of Ls. Louellaquinn - easy, Loulouquinny - also easy.

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    I LOVE Eloise and Louella together! Super cute. I honestly wouldn't stress about nicknames/similarities. Just go with it!


 

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