Currently 31 weeks Pregnant and i really need some help with baby girl names!

Wendy - posted on 08/18/2010 ( 22 moms have responded )

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I’m currently pregnant with my third.
Were expecting a little girl this time around, I’m very relieved to hear, as my house if full of testosterone. I’m currently 31 weeks Pregnant and i absolutely am having the hardest time finding a name that I absolutely fall in love with.

My first two have biblical names, Caleb and Gabriel. I don’t care if i have a biblical name or not with this little girl but what I do want is one that’s very "girly-girl" sort to speak and one that is rarely used but sweet to the ear. Also i would like one that flows with the rest of her name which will be (starting with middle name) Lastari-Amore Lynn-Antonello.

Does anyone have any suggestions for me?? Any suggestions will be most appreciated

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Yvetta - posted on 05/10/2011

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A girl name that I have just recenly thought of (I have a great-granddaughter 1 week old now and we were not given any name till she was born) is Adrianna... well, the new baby was named Harper Rose and it is growing on me!

Melinda - posted on 04/22/2011

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has she had the baby by now? i wonder what she picked for her little girl!

Christine - posted on 01/16/2011

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Isabella ( my 2 nd daughter)
Sophia,
Laura,
Mia( me-yah...my 1st. daughter),
Ruth
Sarah
Ava
Hannah
Rebecca
Some cute names to go with your boys...
Madelyn, Abigail, Chloe,Olivia,Grace/gracyn

MollyHolmes-Burgess - posted on 12/22/2010

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I like Brittney and Danielle with your last names. Danielle is a variation on a bible name Daniel. Diana is a beautiful name that makes me think of a beautiful woman

Kimberly - posted on 12/21/2010

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I have 3 girls: Crystal Jynx ( means Ice Spell), Jillian Cassandra, and Cheyanne Josphine. I was thinking about Justice for my last one, but my hubby didn't want a name he would forget how to spell. LOL You should think of simple names that will be easy to spell and remember. What I did was picked all of the names that I liked then started to put them together untill I found the right ones.

Amber,Amy,Britteny,Carrie,Kerry,Keri,Crystal,Danielle,Diana,Emily,Fanny,Ginger,Gillian,Hanana,Isabella,Jamie,Jillian,Josephine,Jordan,Jill,Kimberly,Kathlynn,Kate,Lyla,Laure,Mandy,Mindy,Melissa,Polly,Penny,Pearl,Rose,Ruth,Treasa

Denise - posted on 12/21/2010

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I know you said you don't care about a 'theme' per se, but I figured I'd search up some that are Biblical, just for funsies.

Anna, Ruth, Rachel, Abigail, Ariel (yes, actually Biblical/Hebrew), Eva, Bethany (but I'd be careful if you care a lot about meaning, it means house of misery), Delilah, Esther, Hannah, Naomi, Rebecca, Sarah, Tabitha

Penney - posted on 12/21/2010

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My daughter's name is Lila, and I chose it because it is very girly :) It's pronounced Lie-la....good luck

Cathryn - posted on 09/18/2010

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I have fallen in love with the name Delilah, but probable will not end up using it. It's biblical and I think it sounds great with your boy's names. An alternate spelling for it is Dalila which is used in Swahili and means "gentleness; her soul is tender". I think it's beautiful.

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