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Bonnie, Clara , Coral or other suggestions?
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kate1296 · 30/11/2019 10:45

Morning all so baby girl due Dec and still not sure about names we like :
Bonnie
Clara
Coral

Also open to other suggestions! Would have some opinions thank you xx

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Thetimetravelerswife · 30/11/2019 10:52

Clara

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Ricekrispie22 · 30/11/2019 11:02

I prefer Clara. I also like Flora.

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MissHenty · 30/11/2019 11:10

Love all those name especially Clara

Other suggestion: Cleo and Connie

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BillHadersNewWife · 30/11/2019 11:13

Clara is lovely.

Bonnie is a bit of a canine name and Coral sounds a bit like an elderly American woman,.

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Astronica · 30/11/2019 11:59

I love Bonnie and like Clara. I really dislike Coral. Love suggestions of Flora and Cleo.

Greta
Claudia
Lucy
Bridget
Clementine

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Mamabear88 · 30/11/2019 12:16

Clara is best on your list imo, really pretty name. Bonnie just reminds me of Bonnie and Clyde... not the best connotation!

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diddlediddle · 30/11/2019 13:06

Love them all!

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burritofan · 30/11/2019 13:10

Not Coral. Clara = Long-distance Clara from Pigeon Street. I like Bonnie the best, but prefer Connie; second the Cleo and Flora suggestions

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Outofmydepth75 · 30/11/2019 13:14

I love Clara. That would be top of my list if I had another DD.
I also like...
Rosanna
Rosalie
Sophia
Eliza
Lucinda
Clarissa
Matilda

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VenusClapTrap · 30/11/2019 14:17

Clara and Coral are both nice. I wouldn’t want to be an adult woman called Bonnie.

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Mattelio · 30/11/2019 14:18

Clara Smile

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user1493494961 · 30/11/2019 14:34

Clara is very nice, dislike Bonnie and Coral.

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Shadow1234 · 30/11/2019 16:16

Clara (or Cara) is my favourite.

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notnowmaybelater · 30/11/2019 16:24

Bonnie sounds to me as if someone said "that's a bonnie baby" and the parents didn't get any further with choosing a name Grin

Clara
Rosa
Thea
Pia

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SlightlyBonkersQFA · 30/11/2019 16:25

Clara is lovely, Bonnie is fabulous.

Coral is not to my taste

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CravingCheese · 30/11/2019 16:46

Clara is nice.
Coral is ok. I personally prefer Cora and Coralie.
I rather dislike Bonnie tbh.

Flora is beautiful. I also like Cleo (and Clio, Juno and Hero).

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bridgetreilly · 30/11/2019 16:56

I like Clara and don't hate Bonnie. Not a fan of Coral.

You might also consider:
Lois
Orla
Linnet
Esme
Ida

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Hl360806 · 30/11/2019 17:44

I don't think Bonnie (or to an extent, Coral) is a name which lends itself to an adult who wants to be taken seriously. You can always call her Bonnie as a family pet name whatever name you choose. It's just like referring to your child as something like lovely.

Clara is lovely and suitable for all stages of life.

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FenellaMaxwell · 01/12/2019 09:56

All of these were on our list, so you may also like:
Flora
Evangeline
Ivy
Matilda
Celeste
Felicity
India
Poppy
Willow
Clover
Kitty
Fern
Iris
Edith
Hermione
Winifred
Robyn
Frances
Merryn
Joy
Rowan
Martha

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AlpacaGoodnight · 01/12/2019 20:44

Love Coral and Clara!

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