I really like all your names bar Riley which for me is a boys name. I think it's very wise to go with traditional spellings so I would go Zoe if you chose that name. Probably my favourites are Olivia and Taylor xx
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09-06-2013 11:22 #12
I love the name Emelia as an alternative to Amelia. Em or Emi make cute nicknames.
Two girls, one dream and baby you are it!
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I have a Amarli.
Off your list I like Chloe and Zoe.
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I have a Zoe so I love that name (but adding an extra o makes it Zoo-ee?)
Brooklyn reminds me of a hyphened name even though it isn't, Brooke-Lynne.
Other names that made it on our list but never got used as we ended up with a boy were:
Amali / Amalia
We had a much easier time agreeing on girl's names than boys names! In fact we had decided baby would be either Amali Imogen or Imogen Amali depending on what she looked like but then he didn't look like either hehehe, so we had to go to our disagreeing boys list and pick from there! They cheekiest boy's name was the one we decided because even then he looked like trouble the cheeky monkey!
09-06-2013 13:26 #16
I like Taylor and Brooklyn from your list. My dd is Emilia (similar to pp emelia)
It may not be to your taste but my list includes-
Good luck deciding x
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