We have 7 weeks to come up with a name.. I need some help.. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

@Sissygrl (10915)
Canada
January 19, 2008 6:41pm CST
Okay, my first daughters name is Cadence Emily Ann Reid, We THINK the second baby is going to be a girl. I THINK we like the name Kayleigh or Kaeleigh for the first name, and i thought it would be cool to have the same initials except the first name. But i am having trouble coming up with an E name and an A name for the middle ones. I suggested Kaeleigh Elizabeth Adara, BUT that seems like too many sylibols, i like how the first daughters name sounds so smoothly, say it out loud with me, 1,2,3, Candence Emily Ann. .. Please send some idea's my way we could use them!! Thanks friends!
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21 responses
• United States
20 Jan 08
Dang Sis, that is a hard combination. Here is what I have been thinking. Kali Emil (long e, mil sounds like meal) so Kali Emil Aleen or Kali Emil Angeline ....Kali Emil Ariel Kali Eliss Alecia ....Kali Eliss Alivia Kali Elaine Amani (sounds like armani but no R so Amani:) I think that one is pretty as I do the combination with angeline. girl names starting with e are limited except for old fashioned names like Edith.... here are some A names I have thought of... Alexia Alexus Alaya Aileen. Not sure if this has helped you out at all Sugar, one of my best friends has a daughter by the name of Kali and that is how she spells it, so thats the only reason I have here.
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• United States
20 Jan 08
by the way there is the form of Olivia starting with Alivia and you say it just like it sounds instead of the O
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@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
20 Jan 08
Thanks for the suggestions Angel, i shall run them by hubby and see what he thinks. I think the kayleigh Eliss sounds good, but is it too close to aleese, that new birth controll pill LOL. I KNOW ITS HARD!! every name i hear or come up with i can find somethign wrong with it! i'm being too picky! but its a persons name right?! lol maybe i should jsut drop the whole same initial idea, that would make it a LOT easier wouldnt it ? Wanna try again without the e and the a ? Just some good ol semi original, uniquey nnames... ?
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• United States
20 Jan 08
Yeppers, I shall be thinking about it :)))
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• United States
20 Jan 08
I think it's hard to match names, but I love the Kaleigh Elizabeth part. Maybe Kaleigh Elizabeth then add a one or two syllable A name. Alyse Angel Amber Anna Adara is so pretty, but 3 syllables after the 4 syllable Elizabeth is a bit of a mouthful. Unless you use Adara and chnage the E name to something shorter? Elaine Ella hmm... E names are hard! And just in case it's a boy, do you have any C E A names?
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@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
20 Jan 08
haah i dont! i am hoping for another ultrasound, i have a midwives appointment on the 28th. And last baby was showing "small" around the same time, and i think this baby will too, cause hubby and i are both smaller people, so that's why i think the baby was small, cause she was healthy, but she's always been skinny, she was born 6lbs2oz. but healthy and gained normal amount of weight. So i HOPE we will get annother ultra osund. and then we will find out boy or girl. and THEN i can buy some warm newb clothes!
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@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
20 Jan 08
My second daughter was two feet tall when she was born and weighed 8 lbs and she was an 8 month baby! The first one was 23" long and weighed 8 lbs and was an 8 month baby. Just think if they had been born at 9 months. I don't want to think about it.
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@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
20 Jan 08
I gave my girls names that would stand up in the business world because I figured that is where they would end up. Well, I was right. My girls are Elizabeth Anne, and Mary Catherine. Nice feminine names but not sissy names. Elizabeth is on her way to lawyerdom sorry. Actually she just wants the degree so that she can make good money as a lobbyist. Mary Catherine has her masters and does somehing in schoo administration. Right now she is busy with her first kid. I don't know Lil Sis, I don't understand the new names people give their kids. Shalom
@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
20 Jan 08
You dont like my cadence emily ann ? See i dont want something that she can be made fun of, and i want something nice and sort of original too. I dunno, i'm lost, i hope i have a name when i leave the hospital!
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• Australia
20 Jan 08
My almost 9 month old daughter's name is Harmony-Skye Annette Ogden if that's any help...
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@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
20 Jan 08
Harmony is an awesome name. And cadence has a musical meaning as well. So we have just bumped that name up to a possibiliy as a first name ;) Thanks moonchild :)
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• Australia
20 Jan 08
That's ok, happy to help...I just feel sorry for my daughter when she eventually goes to school - learning how to write her long hyphenated name will be hard, let me know what you come up with :)
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• Halifax, Nova Scotia
20 Jan 08
long names are harder to spell but just means you get to teach them about letters more :) its good in the long run! and ya i really love harmony for a name :) thanks for the suggestion
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@palina77 (1178)
• United States
27 Jan 08
im thinking anastasia
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• Canada
10 Feb 08
I like Anastasia! Very princessy!
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@sacmom (14315)
• United States
20 Jan 08
I have only 2 names that start with e, but you already used one, so I'll give you the other...Elaina. There are other ways to spell this I'm sure, but this is how I have it written down on my list from when I was pregnant back in 2005. For the a's I have a few: Abrianna Alaina (shouldn't be used with Elaina as they sound too similar :P) Alana Alicia (one of my favorite names for a girl) I don't know how well these names would go with the first name (or even the full name) as I'm too tired to try :P, but thought I'd throw these out your way anyway. It sure is hard finding a first and middle name that goes well with the last name, isn't it? Luckily, both my boys have names that have a god ring to it, though it wasn't easy picking them out! :P LOL
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@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
20 Jan 08
I know, its so hard, and then when you find one you think you like, you run it by hubby and LOW and BEHOLD, He has a reason why you can't use that name lol.
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• Halifax, Nova Scotia
20 Jan 08
at least im good at thinking of why we shouldnt name them that.. it will be good once theyre in school and kids gotta put effort into teasing them :) if i cant make fun of a name its a challenge! :D
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@bellaofchaos (11550)
• United States
27 Jan 08
Kayleigh Elissa Anya Just a thought or you could try Kayliegh Eliza Ava
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• United States
27 Jan 08
oh by the way here's a baby name website and it gives the meanings to. www.babynamesworld.com
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• United States
27 Jan 08
I don't know if they fit but I have always liked Evalynne or Arianna so it would be Kaleigh Evalynne Arianna ???wow thats a mouth full...ok, maybe I'm no help,lol...
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• Halifax, Nova Scotia
27 Jan 08
i like the name arianna :D could chalk that up on the "possibly" list hehe
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• Canada
21 Jan 08
How about Elizabeth for the E and Angel for the A just a suggestion I was never good at picking names especially my own , but that sounds nice together ... I hope this was some help even if only abit ... Congrats to you both and please let us know how he/she is and what you decide for the name ...
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• Halifax, Nova Scotia
25 Jan 08
ive actually suggested both of those names haha :) i love the name angel but being agnostic i wouldnt want people putting it with religion.. its still a semi possible though! :D
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• United States
21 Jan 08
How about Camilla Eliza Grace or Camilla Ruth Ann?
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• United States
23 Jan 08
Or Katherine Grace or Katherine Faith.
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@Ysera324 (237)
• Philippines
20 Jan 08
Ok, here's my two cents: Kaeleigh Erin Mae (sorry.. I can't really think of a short A name that sound good) Kareen Eva Mae Kaeleigh Erica Jean Kaeleigh Angeline (just two names because they're already pretty long..) I can think of something else if you want..
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• United States
20 Jan 08
Hey I like Kaeleigh Erica Jean
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• United States
25 Jan 08
I thought of one what about Elaine Autunm hpe that you like it My youngest granddaughter is names MiKenzi Autunm
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@lightningd (1041)
• United States
20 Jan 08
My step daughter's name is Kaley Dennae, How about Elise or Erica or Erin for the E's and Andrea, Amber or Anita for the A's ... that's the best I can come up with. Although, my sons both have two middle names, I didn't want them to have identical initials... so we have Dawson Joel Ray and Dalton Anthony Robert. The double middle names stemmed from their dad having to have Dawson Joel for his first son, and Ray for the family middle name, the other, Dalton Anthony Robert stemmed from my family, Anthony for my uncle that passed away when I was 13 that I was very close to and my Grandfather, Robert. It is nice to have a slight change in their initials.
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@lpetges (3036)
• United States
20 Jan 08
i always love the name kourte (pronounced like court), its so pretty, and different at the same time. good luck to you and your new addition!
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
20 Jan 08
we called our two daughters Eskarena Jaid Edinboro and Jenniveve Rebecca Maye, WE LIKED THEM anyway
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• India
20 Jan 08
y dunno try an indian name dat would be an out of the world thing and eben bring in people's admiration n love but this is only possible if ur adventurous and diff king of person who likes to do things differently was jusu a suggestion if you want some indian names thne u can respond to ths
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@darckj (885)
• Philippines
20 Jan 08
how about kaeleigh erica antonette? hmm, it just popped out of my mind.. hehe.. God bless..!
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• United States
20 Jan 08
What about Emma Thats always a good girl name and if its a boy what about Daniel or Nathan?
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• Canada
10 Feb 08
E Emma, Ember, Eva A Angelina, Amber, Anna, Alison That's all I can come up with off the top of my head hun! Please keep us posted! Luv & Hugzz, PurpleTeddyBear
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• Halifax, Nova Scotia
20 Jan 08
haha good job seeking the help of the public :D i was thinking of asking for suggestions on it too but never got around to doing so.. hopefully this will at least give us some more choices eh? :D