Hey! Anyone have suggestions on any baby girl names?
I always liked the names Zoe or Ashley....but if you want to be original, at least among your friends, try looking up baby names in another language on the net. I've found some really beautiful names sounding names there. Leila, Farrah and Ariana are some Farsi names. :) Good luck!
Kimberly - posted on 08/26/2009
I have always liked the names Elena (Lena for short), Micaela (Micki for short), or Francesca (Franki for short). Ariel is also a beautiful name. It means Lion of God in Hebrew. I loved my grandmother's name which was Esta Marie.
Trudi - posted on 08/21/2009
I just read a book that reminded me how much I love the name Isabella. I also like Abigail. But please no weird names or weird spellings!! I don't use my real name because I HATE it. Your daughter will thank you for a "normal" name. Both of these have nickname possibilities too, which will help her when she's growing up.
Natalia - posted on 08/20/2009
I never wanted to give it my baby names but seen as I'm never likely to meet anyone from here... My little girl is named Shayla Elisabeth
We also have Elliana Faith, Azaria Grace and Janessa Hope picked out for any future girls.
Jan - posted on 08/18/2009
I love the name Arianna. Have always loved Abigail (spelled the classical bible way--she was very strong and loyal even though she was in a bad situation). I named my daughter Brytani--pronounced Brittany--but she gets upset because we can't find her name spelled correctly on anything and many people mispronounce it and then she gets embarrassed.
Delta - posted on 08/17/2009
I have always like the name Abigale Rose since I was little. When I got preg told my husband that if we have a girl that is what her name is gonna be, he said okay. Aug 2000 we had a girl and we named her just that but diff spelling, we spell it like this Abbagale.
It depends on what your area of likes and dislikes are. I have always liked boys names on girls.
My oldest daughter is named Randi. My younger daughter was suppose to be named Rauni. Unfortunely, I made the mistake of telling too many people and then listened to their feedback. I wished I would have ignored them all.
Malinda - posted on 08/15/2009
My daughter's name is Hannah. I named her from character in a book that I really liked. She was strong and independent and yet very loving and caring. That is what I wanted for my daughter. Guess what I think that is what I got. She is turning into a wonderfully strong, intelligent, independent, loving and caring person that I admire. Good Luck to your friend.
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