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Girls name assistance please...

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Newbiehome Tue 11-Jul-17 16:27:33

Looking for a girls name for a sister for Theo Max Arthur...

Current fave is Florence Eloise May... (my husband's middle name is Max which we gave our son and mine is Louise to thinking Eloise is a nicer version of that!) and May is also a family name (as is Arthur).

Basically do you think it sounds nice together?!

Other poss contenders for first names were Violet, Lila or Ophelia...

Thank you in advance!

IJustGotHitByADeer Tue 11-Jul-17 17:15:07

Florence Eloise May is lovely, I think those names sound really nice together smile

(I also love Violet, I'd love to use it if we ever have a DD but our surname begins with a T so I can't.)

BewareOfTheToddler Tue 11-Jul-17 17:22:42

That's a pretty name! Another option would be Florence Louisa May, which I also like and think might flow better, but Eloise is a lovely name and if you like it, you should use it.

Of your other first names, I prefer Violet to Ophelia - the latter is lovely when pronounced properly but I hear "oh feel ya" in my head and just imagine the nicknames at school (possibly just my problem, unless your surname is Balls grin)

Decaffstilltastesweird Tue 11-Jul-17 17:49:40

Florence Eloise May is lovely and goes really well with your ds's name.

Morecoffeeurgently Tue 11-Jul-17 18:51:50

Really like it. Florence is my favourite out of your list.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Tue 11-Jul-17 19:03:16

Yes it sounds lovely, though I do like Eloise Florence May, more.

millifiori Tue 11-Jul-17 19:05:47

I like it, though prefer Eloise to Florence. But it sounds good. Cute and elegant which is a great balance.

Onedaysoooon Tue 11-Jul-17 19:05:58

Really lovely

bridgetreilly Wed 12-Jul-17 00:17:36

I much prefer Louise to Eloise.
Florence Louise May would be a lovely name.

TurquoiseOwl Wed 12-Jul-17 00:39:21

My favourite name you have listed is Violet, but Florence Eloise May is nice.

MikeUniformMike Thu 13-Jul-17 00:47:11

I much prefer Louise to Eloise. I don't think they mean the same thing.

Stardustandicecream Thu 13-Jul-17 00:58:44

Lovely

Elise instead of Eloise?

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