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i could use some help - we are trying to come up with a pretty name for our fourth daughter due in september.... my other dd's are diondra kathryn, keira elizabeth & maia lynn. some names we have discussed are julia, brooke, victoria and ella... but we are open to suggestions. any good ideas? middle name options are margaret, brooke & rose - but again open to ideas.
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I like Victoria Rose of those listed above

I think we may use Hannah if it's a girl. Rebecca would be a top choice if DH's cousin wasn't named that. I love Molly also

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Victoria rose is cute, but so is Ella Rose. And I also really like Julia.


we are having trouble naming our third girl too. We have 2 boys names picked out that we love, but can't seem to find a girls name. our girls are Daisy Celestina and Zoe Michelle. We're hoping to find a first name (or nickname for her first name) that ends with an E sound like the other girls. I also like two syllables and really want a t in it somewhere. Any ideas?

Here's what we have so far:

Piper
Addison (Addie)
Reagan (family name)
Hallie
Dakota
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We named our Dd who is 20 months Alora Sarah-Rae and our Dd that is due in a month will be Athena Marie
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Daisy's Mom - something like Lucy or similar seems like it would go great with your girls names.. how about Lily?

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Ella Rose is pretty
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I would have to vote for Ella Rose. I really like that name. I grew up in a house full of girls. I was the oldest of 4 and I wouldn't change it for the world!!!Just wait when they grow up they will be the best of friends and talk to each other all the time.
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I also like Ella Rose

Im hoping to have a Ava Grace, but i bet it will be a boy, i will be happy then too anyways.
My son always talks about Ella Bella.
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Not Brooke. Only because you kind of have a theme going (names ending in "a"), and it doesn't fit. It WILL matter to the child.
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Daisy's Mom - something like Lucy or similar seems like it would go great with your girls names.. how about Lily?

LOL, that's too funny. I actually have been trying to convince DH since dd#2 that we should have a Lily Anne. I love Lily but dh doesn't want any more flowers. Something about sounding like hippies or something...who knows?!?
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i could use some help - we are trying to come up with a pretty name for our fourth daughter due in september.... my other dd's are diondra kathryn, keira elizabeth & maia lynn. some names we have discussed are julia, brooke, victoria and ella... but we are open to suggestions. any good ideas? middle name options are margaret, brooke & rose - but again open to ideas.
thanks mamas!
Victoria Brooke would be nice ... Ella Rose is gorgeous! Julia Margaret is really pretty too. I'd choose a name ending with A so that it 'matches' your other daughters. How about Ava? Others which might be good: Lia, Georgia, Rowena, Isla, Amelia, Fiona or Louisa.

Good luck deciding!
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we are having trouble naming our third girl too. We have 2 boys names picked out that we love, but can't seem to find a girls name. our girls are Daisy Celestina and Zoe Michelle. We're hoping to find a first name (or nickname for her first name) that ends with an E sound like the other girls. I also like two syllables and really want a t in it somewhere. Any ideas?
I adore Daisy and Zoe.

Would you consider Matilda (nn Tilly, Tildy or Mattie)?
Harriet (nn Hattie)
Tabitha (Tabby)
Tansy
Talita / Talisa (Tally)
Tessie

These don't have a t in it, but might be similar to what you're looking for:
Ruby
Sylvie
Audrey
Ivy (not sure if that counts as a flower name)
Eloise / Eliana (Ellie)
Sophie
Molly
Romilly / Amelia / Millicent (nn Milly)
Isabelle (nn Izzy)
Molly
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Oops, sorry - I just noticed this was a DDC. I saw the thread title on the front page and clicked - my apologies, I didn't mean to crash the party.
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Thanks caloli! you thought of some cute names, but dh is even pickier than I am. He vetoed every name on the list. Ivy is a flower...Isabelle is a cow's name...yada yada yada. Where does he come up with these things?!? Yesterday he told me Trixie was only a name for strippers. My goodness he makes this hard. If I had my way she'd be Lily Ann, end of story. oh, well, it takes two to tango...and that's what got us here in the first place
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I love the name Esme (ez-may) from the beautiful J.D. Salinger short story "To Esme with Love and Squalor." I think it was published in the collection "Nine Stories."

I also like Mabel (I was fighting a losing battle with this one, though it turned out we're having a second boy anyway ), Lucinda, Lucy, Sadie, and Naomi.
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I also like Ella Rose, and Esme. My DS has a playmate with that name.

How about Freya? I've come across that name a few times now in the UK. Freya was the Norse goddess of love.

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I'm partial to Victoria ... a very versitle name... Vic, Vicky, Vi, Tori.

or Gwendolyn

Gwen or Gwennie for short.

V (can you guess the rest? )
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I really like Ella Rose too! Another a name is Elaina That's what we'll be naming this babe if she's a girl. Her nick-name will be Lainey.

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Emilee and Elaina and our newest addition Elliot Bell 9/15/10
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Thanks again Ladies! Leaning toward Julia but Ella is a close second! xoxo

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