That was fun Good luck!
Fauna (actually, that one is kind of cool)
And Sylvia is my personal favorite!
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Other ones I can think of that are pretty-sounding feminine names (such as names that end in 'a'), nature-inspired, and not-too-popular.
Mica (a kind of mineral), other gems: Ruby, Pearl, Sapphire, etc.
Iris, Daisy, Gardenia, Magnolia, Holly...flower names
Cedar, Aspen, Cypress...tree names
Marina, River, Brooke, Rain...water names
Byrdie, Robin, Lark, Wren, Raven...bird names
None of the ideas expressed above are actually mine. They are told to me by Luthor and Ferdinand, the five inch tall space aliens who live under my desk. In return for these ideas, I have given them permission to eat any dust bunnies they may find under there.
Mable (usually spelled Mabel)
and the twins will be Byrdie/Birdie (not sure on spelling) and we are throwing around Georgina for the other one.
Other names we have thought of for girls...
HTH in some way!
Meddow (there is a Meddow in Ds's preK and I love that name)
Rose (That would have been Ds's name if he was a girl or even Rosemary or Roselynn)
Those are a few I can think of let us know what you choose
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Here's one nobody has said and I always though it would be a lovely girl name Arnica, nature-y and feminine.
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