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#1 Nearly6ofus

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:26 PM

Hi,
We have two boys - Jasper and Dash
And one girl already - Daisy Pearl

This is my list so far, in order of preference.  
What would you pick?  
Any to add to the list?  
Thanks in advance!

Olive
Mabel
Stella
Chile (pron. like the country)
Quinn
Maeve
Mavis
Raine
Rose
Cleo
Clementine (except DH not a fan, might be lucky to sneak it in as a MN)

Cheers!!!

#2 Tinned asparagus

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:33 PM

I would pick a J name, for symmetry reasons.

Jeri
Jinty
Juniper

From your list, I like Mabel.

#3 SFmummyto3

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:41 PM

Harriet?

#4 gemgirl

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:44 PM

Olive, Maeve, Quinn, Raine are my picks. Congrats :)

#5 EmmDasher

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:48 PM

Mabel Clementine is beautiful and fits so well with your other kids. I adore Harriet too!

#6 ljbellus

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:50 PM

I'm liking Rose, but maybe it does't go with Daisy? My other pick would be Quinn.

Edited by ljbellus, Today, 09:33 PM.


#7 Plaxy

Posted 17 February 2017 - 09:58 PM

With your kids I like Rose, Maeve, Quinn and Raine.

#8 kerilyntaryn

Posted Yesterday, 12:41 AM

We have two boys - Jasper and Dash
And one girl already - Daisy Pearl

I like Maeve and Olive best

what about a J name then you'd have 2 J's and 2 D's

maybe with 1 syllable to match Dash

June
Jean
Joy
Jane
Joss
Joyce
Jan
Jewel

#9 Loulla

Posted Yesterday, 01:02 AM

I like Mabel and Rose.

What about Maple? Any Canadian ties?!

#10 Gudrun

Posted Yesterday, 03:29 AM

My pick is Raine or Quinn.

Edited by Gudrun, Yesterday, 03:30 AM.


#11 Gateaugirl

Posted Yesterday, 06:29 AM

I like Olive and Stella, although I prefer Olivia to Olive.

#12 little lion

Posted Yesterday, 07:01 AM

 kerilyntaryn, on 18 February 2017 - 12:41 AM, said:

We have two boys - Jasper and Dash
And one girl already - Daisy Pearl

I like Maeve and Olive best

what about a J name then you'd have 2 J's and 2 D's

maybe with 1 syllable to match Dash

June
Jean
Joy
Jane
Joss
Joyce
Jan
Jewel

I love the suggestion of Jewel.

#13 la di dah

Posted Yesterday, 10:06 AM

Cleo is cute. Mabel has grown on me a lot. I also like Mae/May/Mei and Belle as stand-alone names.

Opal
Zella
Fay
Fern
Celeste
Raina
Lila
Mira or Kira
Blythe
Juno
Jade
Rei
Sibyl
Emerald
Hazel
Clare

Clementine makes a great middle with a short clear first. But Quinn Clementine doesn't do it for me because of the assonance.

Edited by la di dah, Yesterday, 10:08 AM.


#14 MsLaurie

Posted Yesterday, 10:10 AM

Stella is the one that jumped out of your list for me. Has a similar feel to Dash, somehow.

Agree with others that I'd be deeply tempted to go with a "J" name- Jade or Jess maybe?

#15 ElsaM

Posted Yesterday, 10:28 AM

The only one from your list that I really don't like is Chile.  The others are fine, and seem to go well with your other kids' names.  Not my style, but fine.

Except for Quinn, which is totally awesome and you should definitely use it :yes:

#16 Ianthe

Posted Yesterday, 02:47 PM

Stella and Cleo are by far the stand outs on your list. Great with your kids.

#17 BBC

Posted Yesterday, 03:04 PM

From your list I would choose Rose Clementine.

I like the idea of both girls having flower names.




#18 Lallalla

Posted Yesterday, 03:19 PM

Excellent list of names! I particularly like Mabel, Clementine and Stella.

Some other names: Calla, Hazel, Opal, Miranda, Miriam

#19 coolbreeze

Posted Yesterday, 03:51 PM

I have one of these on the list:
Names I like are:
Wren
Raine
Ursula
Eugenie
Stella
Inez
Esther

Edited by coolbreeze, Yesterday, 05:33 PM.


#20 nannyat42!:0

Posted Yesterday, 06:32 PM

Lovely names. I like lots of them, many becoming popular names.

If you decide to go with a J name another suggestion is Jasmine - which also goes with the plant/flower girl names :)

#21 Sarzie

Posted Yesterday, 07:35 PM

I think Stella is gorgeous with your other children's names.

#22 HippyDippyBaloney

Posted Yesterday, 08:15 PM

I have a Clementine so I may be slightly biased, but this one gets my vote.

I also love Olive, Stella, Maeve and Rose.

Other suggestions..

Margaux
Astrid
Violet
Iris
Winsome 'Winnie'
Frankie

#23 Bereckii

Posted Yesterday, 08:44 PM

View Postkerilyntaryn, on 18 February 2017 - 12:41 AM, said:



maybe with 1 syllable to match Dash




I was thinking this too. I like Raine and Maeve.

Also like PP's suggestion of Rose (flower theme for your girls)

#24 Astrocyte

Posted Yesterday, 08:58 PM

Love Clementine and Mabel. Next favourites are Olive, Maeve, Rose and Quinn.

I would pick Mabel :wub:

#25 **Xena**

Posted Yesterday, 10:04 PM

Juniper (June/Juno) would be my suggestion (because I love it and won't get to use it now :lol:)

From your list my favourite is Quinn but I like all of them except Chile :)




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