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Girls name for baby #3

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Amberplus3 Mon 08-Feb-16 21:16:50

Although I'm only 28 weeks, I'm panicking a bit as we haven't settled on a name for baby number 3 due in May.
My son is called Elliott James and my daughter is Annelise (Annie) Frances, but me and my partner can't seem to find a name that goes well with those two.
By 28 weeks I had already chosen names for the other two, so my anxiety is rising :/
The names we like so far:

We like unusual but not totally far-fetched to any suggestions please!

Americanmoninengland Mon 08-Feb-16 21:25:22

I love the name Alice.

Amberplus3 Mon 08-Feb-16 21:31:05

Alice is such a pretty name, but we have an Alice in the family sad

Iwonderif Mon 08-Feb-16 21:44:02

Anastasia but quite similar to your DD's name

Sophronia Mon 08-Feb-16 21:44:53

I like Sophia and Rowan from your list.

EnriqueTheRingBearingLizard Mon 08-Feb-16 21:56:36


Gummibears Mon 08-Feb-16 22:12:54

Luna and Quinn are lovely!

cheapandcheerful Mon 08-Feb-16 22:18:02

I love Luna!

I know a little boy Quinn so to me it's a boy's name. And I would spell it Robyn for a girl...

Iwonderif Mon 08-Feb-16 22:21:36

Just realised your thread title was for girls names....apologies OP as I threw in some boys names too!!

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Mon 08-Feb-16 22:51:37

Sophia and Quinn, but I prefer Quinn for a girl but it's still nice for a boy.

Twinkletwinkle84 Mon 08-Feb-16 23:42:34

I love Robyn for a girl but with the 'y' instead of 'i'. Might be because I know a lovely girl by that name. I also think it look more feminine with that spelling. Something I read on mumsnet which put me off Luna was that it's like lunatic. I've never been able to forget that association.

Amberplus3 Tue 09-Feb-16 13:04:17

My grandma is called Evelyn so something similar would be lovely. My daughter's name is an amalgamation of "Ann" and "Elizabeth" which are my mum and mum-in-law's names so it would be nice to honour my gran as well. Florence was on the shortlist for Annie as well! Fleur and Fern are two of my faves, but OH a bit unsure. So many names to choose from, it's overwhelming!

Amberplus3 Tue 09-Feb-16 13:05:07

I think i agree with everyone's spelling of Robyn, it looks pretty smile

manicinsomniac Tue 09-Feb-16 13:28:43

I really like Rowan, Robyn (agree this is the best 'girl' spelling), Quinn and Sophia.

Not so keen on Luna and Penny but they're nice enough.

Unusual but no totally far fetched in a possible similar vein to your list:
Astrid, Amy, Aria, Ayla, Amber, April, Ada, Bronte, Bethan, Blair, Briar, Carys, Cerys, Callie, Cleo, Cassidy, Dana, Della, Erin, Eden, Effie, Esther, Fallon, Fiona, Giselle, Hope, Hebe, Hazel, Heidi, Ingrid, India, Iris, Juliet, Jade, Joanna, Josie, Kyah, Keziah, Lyla, Lyra, Lila, Livia, Lola, Lois, Larissa, Leandra, Mila, Morgan, Mala, Mika, Mirren, Melody, Nia, Nyah, Nadia, Nina, Naomi, Piper, Paloma, Polly, Ramona, Romilly, Romy, Rhiann, Saskia, Sadie, Saffron, Sorrel, Taryn, Tegan, Verity, Zia

Gummibears Tue 09-Feb-16 14:09:51

I assumed the first 3 names were for a boy (Rowan, Robin, Quinn) and the second 3 for a girl (Luna, Sophia, Penny) blush.

If they're all meant for a girl, I'd avoid the first three (know only boys and find them very masculine) and still love Luna.

Amberplus3 Tue 09-Feb-16 19:14:54

manicinsomniac...Romilly and Eden have made the shortlist! Thanks smile

WhiteHairReally Tue 09-Feb-16 20:48:00

Helena (Nell) would go well with your other two DC's names.
And when I see 'Romilly' discussed, I always want to add her 'sister' name Romola (Pronounced 'Rom mer le' )

BeautyIsTruth Tue 09-Feb-16 21:39:08

What about Evangeline as similar to Evelyn?

Sophia is lovely but very popular at the moment so I'd avoid that!

Amberplus3 Tue 09-Feb-16 23:13:24

Evangeline is beautiful and reminds me of the song from Princess and The Frog :D "ma belle Evangeline". But Evie is not a nickname I'd be happy with as that, too, is very common!

Quercus3 Thu 11-Feb-16 18:42:21

Rowan, Robyn, Luna and Penny are lovely

Also like Rose, Serin, Susie, Fern and Willow

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