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    Default help with girls names please..

    Hi everyone, just thought I'd get your opinion on the names we have in mind. I've always loved the names but I think they have recently become quite common, so now I'm not sure?
    We're trying to decide between
    Mia
    Eva
    Ella

    I'm also happy to hear other suggestions...

    THANK YOU!!

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    I like Mia, Ella, Evie and Ivy = )

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    Out of those I like Eva best. Also like Ava.

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    I like them all, they are lovely. And agree with Lemonhead- Ava is also lovely

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    They are all very popular these days, but I probably hear Mia cropping up the least. And it's my favourite out of your list too. I'm not a fan of Ella... bad associations with the name and it is just a bit too common/plain for my tastes.

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    Love Mia! I would definitely use it if it wasn't so popular. Its one of my all time fav names

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    Like Eva best from your list but actually prefer Evie

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    Like Eva best from your list but actually prefer Evie

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    Both my girls' nn's. are Ella and Evie! 😊

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    They are all nice names, I agree, but very popular now, especially Ella. Also, there is a trend to add 'a' to every name. How about Eve or Elle? Classic, beautiful names without the 'a'.

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