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A gfriend of mine recently gave birth to a beautiful little girl, who they named Violet Harriet Martha...except theyve now decided that she just isnt a violet!I said i would ask you lot to think of some because all theyve come up with is...well...nothing!any help with traditional names?middle names will be the same and dont want to add any more!
Well, how about using Harriet or Martha? They're both great, and then they wouldn't need to actually change the name.
how about Emily?
LauraAnnaElizabethBethanyJessicaRose/RosiePhilippaLucySophieer... lots.But I agree that Harriet or Martha are both lovely. i assume they are both family names though so don;t want to promote one over the other?!
They had a little boy who was still born last jan, called Harry, thats who the harriet part is after.is that odd to do it as a first name after your DS??
oh that is sad but a lovely memorial to him.
oh Rose Harriet Martha is lovely!and i do love Emily but it seems really common now(i know its not my DD but they want traditional but not popular iygwim)
What about Madeline? maddie for short?Madeline Harriet Marthato many M's?
Baby Elsie Harriet Martha has been officially named!Thank you all so much for your suggestions!Mabel & Hennrietta have been ear-marked for "the next 2" according to her dad!
Cecelia Harriet MarthaBeatrice Harriet MarthaCordelia Harriet MarthaAnnabel Harriet MarthaElisabeth Harriet MarthaPenelope Harriet MarthaEleanor Harriet Martha
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