Girls Names Needed!!!
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Julie - posted on 01/11/2011
mr neice is called amelia boo. yes thats right BOO as in monsters inc. but according to my sister if anyone asks it is Gaelic for Star. i think its cute and she ends up called Millie Boo or just Boo.
Sarah - posted on 01/06/2011
i see you had 2 boys, so these names aren't needed anyway lol congratulations! :D
for future reference, Amelie popped into my head as a unique name thats not weird :)
Also, i love every irish name. Some are quite strange (my daughter is Ceili, pronounce kay-lee) but there are some not so weird ones too!
Laura Zoey - posted on 01/04/2011
I always think Hayden sounds so similar to "hatein' -like the act of hating without the g"
Honestly I don't see how that name sounds good to some!
Doesn't it sound a little too close for comfort?
Danielle - posted on 01/04/2011
hi well i hope im not to late , I have always wanted to call my girl Cheyenne (pronounced shai anne ) it is a red indian tribal name ... you would have heard it if you are one to read the mills and boons romance novels
KrIsTi - posted on 10/15/2010
My daughter is Kymberlee Rose. Kimberly is an old fashioned name, and I just changed the spelling. If I ever have twin girls I would call them Allyssa-Jayne and Allyra-Jayde... I also like the name Elloise, which is old fashioned and not so common anymore. I had my girls name picked out before she was born but with my son I didn't name him until I saw him... I'm sure once you hold your girl In your arms you will know exactly what to call her!!! Good luck and all the best for Jan 6th (or thereabouts!!)
Kayley - posted on 10/15/2010
My daughter is called Crissi-Lee, erm other girls names like Amelia, Olivia, Talia, Maddi ect are nice, more unique ones such as Sailor-Mae, Lacie, Kyra-Mae, Rio, Freya, Tia, Harley-Jai, Emilie, Ella-Grace, Zara, Malia, are all nice.
Melanie - posted on 10/07/2010
By unique i just mean unusual names that you don't hear all the time. I don't want anything like Nicole, Jessica, Sarah because they are quite common names. I am unsure about naming my daughter after any of my family. Mainly because i do nto speak to them. I am still looking for suggestions but so far none are looking appealing. I do like Olivia and Charlotte for a girl though i think they are both pretty names.