Please take a moment to read the list that I've been compiling in my head from people who think they know what the name of our baby girl should be! Then suggest your own or express agreement with one you like in the comments section.
This post is in no way a reflection of our approval or lack therof for any name. Nor is it a guarantee of rights for anyone but Robert and Sarah to name this baby...but at least you can feel like someone is finally listening to you, right?
Remember, some of these names just sound good, some just have sweet meanings. The key is to find one with both!
So, in no particular order:
Let the name-calling begin!
How about Kaitlyn
Ian or Ianne.
Humuhumunukunukuapua'a ... after the Hawaiian state fish.
I will actually contribute something useful. I *love* Chloe...SO CUTE. Noelle and Adilyn are cute too. Paloma sounds like some kind of disease...sorry! :(
Addison is a great name!
I like Ciaera... it's Irish and sounds the best with "Leary," which isn't the case with the other two names I like, Penelope and Persephone.
I agree that Paloma sounds like a disease, even though it's Spanish for "Dove." Deirdre reminds me of someone on Little House on the Prairie (or "Little House" as it's also known). I can just see your daughter wearing a patchwork dress and sun bonnet...
La paloma es el simbolo del Espiritu Santo.
I’d have to say, without a doubt, I love the name “Naomi.” J But, on a serious note, I love the name “Adaliah” pronounced a’duh’lee’uh, which means “God is our refuge” in Hebrew.
A couple names I wanted for if I'd had a girl, but no such luck...all boys here!
Alright, I'm totally doing this more for fun than anything. I don't know why looking up names is so addicting!
I'm done for the day!
We took advantage of your baby registry today and also came up with a few name suggestions like Amy, Laura, Tiffany or even Paula. Back to Amy, I thought that Aiden, Avalon, and Amy would go well together!?!
Keep up the good work, we plan to be down for Richard's graduation but will have to hurry back to attend Megan's graduation the next day.
I heard one the other day that I kinda liked ... Bryndle
Bryndle sounds like the name of a woman from across the Brandywine River in Hobbiton!
I vote for Chloe, that's a solid Irish name, goes well with Aiden and Leary.
Yes, you heard me correctly: Hildegard. Why, you ask? Not only is Hildegard a significant figure from history and a theologian, but I'm envisioning that you could shorten her name to Hil. Thus, you'd always remember this was the year of Hil Leary...say it aloud, The Year of Hil Leary.
I like Paloma and Chloe. Shower me in on the 16th, Hugs!
Sorry, Robert, I’m no use at all in this. My favorite name for a girl is Sarah, which won’t work for you. I really like the name Genevieve, though.
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