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#1 of 5 Old 10-29-2010, 04:16 PM - Thread Starter
 
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DS is Elliot Philip
DD is Millicent Jane (we call her Millie Jane)

For this babe we have the boys name Alistair Patrick (as well as a few back ups)set to go but have no prospects at all for a girls name. We would like to use the middle name Kate or Katherine. We like to have a few names going in in case the name and the babe just don't fit. But we have nothing! Ideas ladies?

Jenese Mama to Elliot 8/05 and Millie Jane 7/07 and Cecilia Kate 1/11
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Allison?
Olivia?
Isabella?

Amee + James (1998) =
Amethyst (May 2002)
Asheby "Bear" (November 2006)
Abbott (January 2011)
Atlas (March 2013)
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I did a sibling name search for the two you already have and Isabelle, Anabelle, and Olivia all came up. Audrey was also there which is cute.

Sarah - wife, mom to Riley 7/9/03 and Jacob 7/15/05 and Hannah 1/5/11 a successful vbac.gif
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I love your kids' names! We also have "L"s in all of our kids names, but not the similar syllable composition.

FYI... Alistair can also be used as a girls name! My DD's name is also unisex... Ainslee.

One of my FAVORITE baby name websites is thinkbabynames.com... I like it because you can search based on name origins. I think that helps a lot to find names that "fit" with the names of the kiddos you already have. Millicent is French, Elliot is Greek... I just found a girl name that is French AND Greek, as well as has the double L thing going on... Allyriane. It's really pretty!

Anyway, I suggest going there as they have a very broad selection of names as well as giving you a ton of info... Popularity for the last hundred years in different countries, meanings, origins, similar names, alternate spellings.
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