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Girl's name for #3

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LauraO1905 Sun 25-Feb-18 08:04:16

I'm only 5 weeks pregnant with #3 but musing over names, have been for a while.

I have two girls Eden and Evelyn.

I have a boys name already as he will be named after my dad but struggling with another girl name.

Don't know whether to go for another 'E' name or something different.

E names on the maybe pile are:


Though I like Amy, Chloe and Alice too.

Any suggestions?

ChocolateCrunch Sun 25-Feb-18 08:22:10

I like Elodie, Eleri and Emmeline if you are going for another E name. Also like Alice from your list.

Ricekrispie22 Sun 25-Feb-18 08:24:48

I think Erin and Evelyn sound too similar.

WhereIsBlueRabbit Sun 25-Feb-18 08:29:29

I like your E suggestions, especially Ella and Emma. Also love a PP's suggestion of Esther! If you go with the E theme, how about:


I'd be torn - on the one hand, there could be confusion in years to come with letters for Miss E LauraO assuming anyone still writes letters, that is.

On the other hand, if both your girls have E names, it might be nice to continue the theme and not have DD3 as the odd one out.

I would say to pick a name you really love, and if that's Chloe over Erin, so be it!

GrumpySausage Sun 25-Feb-18 08:31:58

I love Erin. This is currently my favourite of DC2 is a girl.

It's different but not too crazy out there. It goes lovely with your other two girls too.

LittleBearinaBigWorld Sun 25-Feb-18 08:41:23

Would you consider Estelle?

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sun 25-Feb-18 12:12:50

Yes Erin and Eden are very similar. However Eden and Evelyn aren't that dissimilar.
Eden Evelyn and Emma.
Other ideas.
Elsie. Elodie. Eliza. Esme. Elise. Emilia.

NameChangeDestroyer Sun 25-Feb-18 12:14:34

I was going to suggest Ella

How about Willow, Poppy or Sarah

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sun 25-Feb-18 12:15:07

I wouldn’t go for another E name, two is coincidence, three becomes twee.

I like Chloe.

onlyonaTuesday Sun 25-Feb-18 12:31:17


lauraslops Sun 25-Feb-18 14:34:03

I love Emily.
I also have a niece Emilia which is a lovely name.

pangolinga Sun 25-Feb-18 15:23:12


Threeandabit Sun 25-Feb-18 15:33:33

Chloé is lovely.

Other suggestions: -


Threeandabit Sun 25-Feb-18 15:43:39


pangolinga Sun 25-Feb-18 15:44:11

Chloé with an acute accent - why? It should be Chloë.

Threeandabit Sun 25-Feb-18 18:41:37

Because that's the way it's written on my birth certificate! grin wink

AnyaMoondial Sun 25-Feb-18 18:47:38

I think Anna would sound good with your other names.

KerplunkChampion Sun 25-Feb-18 19:10:53

You have Edie and Evie so maybe Emie (Eimear)? Efie (Aoife)? Elie (Eliza)?

LauraO1905 Sun 25-Feb-18 21:26:39

Thanks for the suggestions.

I'm leaning more towards Emma if I stick with E but might actually go for a different letter. It might sound a bit twee.

I should have mentioned that Evelyn is pronounced Eh-veh-Lyn rather than Eev-lyn.

AnotherRoadsideAttraction Sun 25-Feb-18 21:34:27

If you want to stick with the E, what about Ellery? Underused and lovely.

Feilin Sun 25-Feb-18 21:40:46

This is going to sound awful but im an emmeline (outing but dont care) in 37 yrs it has caused me nothing but grief . I honestly never get called anything close to my name . Avelin Evelyn Emily EmmaLINE em emma big girl but to name a few. Please consider this. However I called my daughter thea i wanted to avoid any issues and we loved it i did however want edie or jodie but dh didnt like. Now a girl in hos work has an edie and all i hear is “ wee edie “ like shes a second daughter lol

ChikiTIKI Sun 25-Feb-18 21:42:20

You might totally disagree but I think the name Helen would go with your girls names really nicely. I believe the name means "giver of light"

climbingtrees Mon 26-Feb-18 06:44:10

Out of curiosity does the boy name begin with an E?

LauraO1905 Mon 26-Feb-18 18:55:58

No, the boys name would be Jonathan James 😊

teabag20048 Mon 26-Feb-18 19:04:39

Eliza or Elouise?

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