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A brother or sister for Freya

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PJsAndProsecco Thu 07-Dec-17 13:37:22

I'm only 12 weeks but already starting to think about names! We're having a surprise this time so need a boys and girls name! Their big sister is Freya.

So far I like:
Isabelle

Caleb
Zachary

That's it!!! I can't for the life of me think of any other girls' names I like. I am quite keen for it not to end in "a" as I'd like two different sounds to the names (eg not Amelia or Sophia or Matilda etc.)

Any inspiration to go with Freya??

IVflytrap Thu 07-Dec-17 14:00:42

Congratulations!

Astrid
Annabel
Helen
Harriet
Isolde
Iris
Kirsten
Eleanor
Daphne
Charlotte
Maeve
Beatrice
Tamsin
Ruth

Alexander
Eric
Eli
Elias
Frederick
Evan
Jacob
Leon
Lorcan
Marco
Peter
Percival
Samuel
Tristan
Timothy
Victor

Navegante Thu 07-Dec-17 14:51:27

If you like Isabelle then choose Isabelle! Phoebe Harriet Lois

PJsAndProsecco Thu 07-Dec-17 15:29:22

Do we think Isabelle goes nicely with Freya?

pipilangstrumpf Thu 07-Dec-17 15:41:43

I can't see why they wouldn't 'go' together. But I don't feel names need to match, I think you should choose names you love and that sound good with your surname.

BlueChampagne Thu 07-Dec-17 16:34:59

Erin
Willow
Meredith
Cerys
Bethan

Conrad
Torin
Anthony
Lewis
Carl

mondler Thu 07-Dec-17 19:01:32

I think Isabelle goes lovely with Freya. Other suggestions that sprang to mind were Harriet, Scarlett and Zoe. For boys for some reason George jumped out at me! But I love Zachary. How about Seth?

deptfordgirl Thu 07-Dec-17 19:22:48

I love Caleb and think it goes well with Freya. Also like Isabelle but prefer it spelt Isabel. I know two Freyas, one has a sister called Eleanor and the other a sister called Eden.

Smoliver Thu 07-Dec-17 19:30:08

I like your names so far. They'd go with Freya, which is gorgeous btw.

How about...

Esme
Eloise
Chloe
Rosie
Imogen
Natalie
Grace
Ingrid

Lewis
Jacob
Elliot
Ethan
Isaac
Joseph
Liam

Rainbowandraindrops67 Thu 07-Dec-17 20:46:45

Louise

Freya and Louise sounds lovely

Mrsknackered Thu 07-Dec-17 20:52:15

I really liked Freya, I feel like Isabelle is a little bland in comparison? But of course, if you like it go for it. What about:

Eve
Ivy
Zoë
Maeve
Blythe
Iris

Jonty
Oscar
Austin
Isaac
Jonah

daisypond Thu 07-Dec-17 20:58:37

I don't think the names go with Freya - not that it matters. Freya is very Scandinavian, whereas Isabelle (spelled like that) is very French and Caleb is Hebrew.

Olivelor Thu 07-Dec-17 21:08:24

How about Enola?

Sugarpiehoneyeye Thu 07-Dec-17 21:17:00

Freya and Ruth
Freya and Ruby
Freya and Greta
Freya and Greer

I like Freya and Caleb, or Freya and Isobel.

spiderlight Fri 08-Dec-17 13:30:43

The Freya I know has a brother called Milo.

KeiraC Fri 08-Dec-17 14:42:42

I have a Freya. She has two brothers called Leon and Louis and a sister called Iris 😊

starkid Fri 08-Dec-17 15:07:23

I think Isabelle goes well with Freya, yes smile
Also I like Zachary out of your two boys names

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sun 10-Dec-17 15:19:12

Tom. Ben. Harry. Louie.
Poppy. Molly. Megan.Jasmine. Daisy
Tilly. Rose. Hazel. Grace. Aimee.

GreatDuckCookery Mon 11-Dec-17 07:40:40

Isabella
Eleanor
Juliet

William
Oscar
Henry

PJsAndProsecco Mon 11-Dec-17 08:48:33

Ah thanks everyone! I'm not too fussed on "origin" i.e. Caleb is Hebrew and Freya Scandinavian. I'd just like them to kind of fit nicely together. I really like lots of the names mentioned but we have friends/family with them already!! That's why I'm finding it so hard to think of what I like.

I also love names like Eve but our surname is all E's and V's so it would be too much!! Ha. I like Imogen but DH doesn't like it sad

TatianaLarina Mon 11-Dec-17 09:01:57

Like Zach. Don’t think Isabelle goes with Freya at all (dislike it anyway)

Boys: Thor, Odin, Loki

Girls: Inge, Sol, Lena, Helena

TatianaLarina Mon 11-Dec-17 09:02:30

Love Imogen

lynmilne65 Mon 11-Dec-17 09:03:00

Frodo

chocdog Mon 11-Dec-17 09:06:00

I like your names. Otherwise, what about:

Alodie
Hester

Soren
Stephen
Marcus

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