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    Some really good suggestions in this thread.

    I love Leon, Christian, Sofia ( which suits your names) anastasia and Antonio.

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    I have Amelia but have had heaps of girls names on my list over the years. What about Evangeline, Francesca, Giselle, Eden?
    I love Dante, Marco and Bruno for boys.

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    Matteo
    Luca
    Leo
    Leon
    Amelie
    Sofia

    These are my favs of those already mentioned

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissHB View Post
    Thanks for suggestions Missy84! I like Amarli and Gia.

    Someone earlier suggested Christian, and it is already our DS's second name! Same as Emilia, which is DD1's middle name.

    misho - I actually love Alessia, but husband's cousin has just named their dd that! For some reason am not keen for Alessio for a boy...

    Getting a bit panicky now, 39 weeks and no name set in stone for either gender!!
    My daughter's name is Amarli. I love it, though I am biased I do get lots of compliments on her name. All the best, I am sure a name will come to you when you meet your new bundle.

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    I think Allegra for a girl or Matteo for a boy.

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    I saw a little girl on TV recently and her name was Sylvie- I just love it! You could use Sylvia but I much prefer Sylvie
    Or how about:
    Samantha
    Ivy
    Violet (or Violetta)
    Elise
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    Lucia/Lucy
    Vivienne
    Rosie
    Stephanie
    Zalia
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    Marcos/Marcus
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rissy84 View Post
    My daughter's name is Amarli. I love it, though I am biased I do get lots of compliments on her name. All the best, I am sure a name will come to you when you meet your new bundle.
    Missy84, few weeks ago I found the name Amani and really like it, it is arabian origin, and someone told me it sounds very indian and wouldnt be 'liked' in Australia. How is Amarli seen/thought in Aus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissHB View Post
    Missy84, few weeks ago I found the name Amani and really like it, it is arabian origin, and someone told me it sounds very indian and wouldnt be 'liked' in Australia. How is Amarli seen/thought in Aus?
    I know a little Amali and have never thought of it as anything other than a sweet little name. Very accepted I think and really pretty. Also a lovely adult name which I think is important.

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    A friend of mine recently had a little boy and decided on the name Armani. I think it sounds like more of a girl name, but thats just my opinion. Its a cute name though

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    My daughters name is Amahlia I love it. She gets Mahli as a nickname. Amity and Alexa were also on my list for her. Now I am loving Evanthe and Aveya too.

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