Hm, I think a longer middle name (3 syllables) would be nice, and flow well. BTW, I love the name Rachel! So classic and beautiful.
I'd avoid hard consonants, I think vowels would be a better start to the name, it would flow better w/ the hard "B" and "Ch" sounds.
Evaline? Olivia? My brain isn't functioning too well right now!
Rachel Tsaden (say-den)
Rachel Bjeldie (bee-yell-dee - its my cousins middle name and we both love it :LOL)
Rachel Nicolette ( dh says this one sounded too much like Nicorette but I still liked it)
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Oh very pretty
Of course the first thing that comes to mind is Rachel Ray from the cooking show. But, obviously not that.
DH's cousin is a Rachel (he doesnt know her middle name) and has the most wonderful red hair I have ever seen... I do love the name!!!
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I also was thinking the middle name of Deborah, Rachel Deborah. It is my aunt's name, and even though she lives so far, she has always been such a support, and has been the person I have looked up to all my life, as I do not have to much family support these days.
But keep the middle names coming maybe something will click. I know that names to some people should come natural, but I have always loved having other people join in the fun, sometimes that special name just pops, and someone helps you on your journey to find it.
I also like Rachel Elisabeth.
But, I think a family name is appropriate for a middle name, so my favorite for your daughter is Rachel Deborah.
Rachel is a great name. And some of these suggestions, I never would have thought of.