I know that there were a few posts about names recently...and I need your help too!!!!!!
We had a boys name all picked out...but of course, found out that we are having a girl. :) We pretty much agreed on a name (Kayla Naomi), but now my husband isn't so sure... So it is back to square one!
We live in Germany (DH is German, I am American) so many "typical" names (Like Stephanie, Jessica, Julia, etc) are are known in both English and German but are pronounced differently in the two languages. Therefore we want a name that isnt so "typical" but also isnt too strange and too hard for either germans or americans to say! dont want either of our parents to have a hard time remembering or saying the name.
Some of the possible names on our list are :
Like any of these??? ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR OTHER NAMES!!?!?! do you think that Ariana or Nathalia are too different?
Obviously I like names that end in "a" :)
And none of the names can start with "J" because of pronounciation reasons (J is pronounced as Y in German)
How about Ilsa? Karina? They also have Germanic roots and look nice with those differant last names. My husband is Dutch so we have to find names that suit his name as well. (And it is helpful if both sets of grandparents can pronounce it.
Ooooh, I have always loved the name Natalie, it is very pretty. I also like Daelyn, and Shaylyn. I like these girl names but already have a Madelyn, so I think one name that ends in -lyn is enough for us. There are so many options out there!! I thought Ariana is nice too.
My fiance and I couldn't agree on any girl names!!! We finally came up with Sienna Rose - which seemed different...and also great for a little girl or for when she grows up. Good luck on your name hunt!
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