Thursday, July 02, 2009

Since we can't just call her baby...

It's a bit crazy these days in the Crooked Eyebrow household so to get my mind off of things I'm asking for name suggestions.

Does this mean I'll use them? Can't say for sure, but picking out the perfect name for our baby girl could always use some suggestions, right?


So go ahead, throw out some names.

34 comments:

Erin said...

I'm suggesting Erin before Beth shows up and suggests Beth. TAKE THAT.

Erin said...

I suggest Erin, too! :)

Jen L. said...

Oh, fun! If Dean had been a girl, he probably would have been Olivia Faith, which I would now not use, due to the cartoon pig who's named Olivia. I adore the name Lily and am also quite fond of Darcy.

roxymommy said...

Emmerson (infinite nickname possibilities), Aubrey, Sophie. If CD had been a girl his/her name would have been Bayci Victoria after our families. Oooh and I like Mallory too! Or McKenna. Ok, I'm done... maybe!

april said...

My mom recently told me that she wanted to name me Brynna Jade. Since I already have another name picked out for a little girl (if I'm ever blessed with one), you can have that one should you choose. :o)

Ryley said...

call me crazy but I love Elliot.. and Alivia.. and Eliza.. another weird one I love is Austin.. I think Jane is so pretty. So is Alice.

Natalie said...

Hadley (could be Haddie for short, even though it isn't shorter at all). And I second Emerson and Aubrey!

Crooked Eyebrow said...

my stump is middle names.

There are alot of names I do like, but MR. CE didn't.

Like Amelia, that got voted out really fast.

Dawn said...

If Jacob had been a girl, he would have been Shannon Grace. Recently, I had been thinking Lindsey Isabella (not that there are any other children coming in our household). I highly suggest looking through your genealogy. You'd be suprised some of the great finds there.

Erin said...

On a serious note, I really do like the name Hope or Grace.

ninibeans said...

If my little man had been a girl, he'd have been Sara Kate or Kate Diane. Our daughter is Jillene Ann-Marie and I thought Jill and Kate would be cute together.

imadramamama said...

Well, I think Thea is pretty rockin'...

I'm also partial to Emma. And Kaia. And Anya. And Jessica. And Jonna. And Heidi. and Kristen. And Hanna. And Erin. And Samantha.

That's all.

Mommy Mo said...

I'm partial to Sophia/Sophie, Emma, Emily, Sarah....all the classics!

Sarah Viola said...

I agree with 25% of what Mommy Mo said.

Mariah said...

I like harleigh, karson, kadie, corrine:) cora for short. lol:D

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Lately my favorite name is Jenny. I do think the classics are coming back. I also love Sadie and Juliet.

We didn't have Gray's name until a week before he was born- and it was from a list of suggestions from family!

Steph

shelli said...

i like true, lindsay, faith, summer, jane, and i even like birdie, husbands probably would protest some of those.

Anonymous said...

Molly, Juliet, Claire, Phoebe, Fiona.

~love said...

oh, i love amelia, too. hubby wasn't crazy about it either.

amaya
harlow (yes, i know who's baby is named that...it's still pretty!)
brynn
mariah
phoebe
taryn
avery
paisley
lyla
masyn

i loved grace for a middle name, but needed 2 syllables, so one of our girls is ellie gracen.

i love names...

Christy M. said...

When we were trying to decide what to name Mia, our short list included Erin, Sarah, and Catherine. That was before I knew Erin and Sarah, but I'm sure there's a connection. I also love Jenna.

Good luck girl. I know you'll come up with a perfect name for your little sweetheart.

Anonymous said...

I love Kierstyn...

Mimi's Toes said...

Here are some that I really like. Ava, Paige, Brooke, Olivia, Violet, Mallory, Megan, Claire, Jillian, Hope, Gracie & Jocelyn.

JackeeG4glamorous said...

Of course, Jacquelyn is a favorite of mine!

My new granddaughter's middle name is Rayne. I love it! Kinda different, goes with alot of traditional and not so traditional first names. Think on it.

Ann(ie) said...

I loved Amelia (that was my top pick) also love Lucy and Lily. Can't wait to see your sweet little girl!!!

Anonymous said...

If one of my boys had been a girl, she'd have been Madison Grace! Not trendy but pretty classic. ;)

To Think is to Create said...

I agree that some classics are coming back, I like really old ones like Adele and Mabel.

Anonymous said...

Hayden, Maren, Harper, or Addison. Good luck with the name search!

*Lissa* said...

Olivia/Liv
Ava
Regan
Isabelle/Izzie
Juliette

;o)

goingflyin said...

Ok... we've got three little girls.

Kailey Michelle
Maggie (just maggie) Kathleen
Corinne Elizabeth

*shhhhh* don't tell anyone, but my fav happens to be Corinne Elizabeth. We didn't pick it until about an hour before she was born and I LOVE it. It's such a wonderful old name that has such warmth. I can't tell you how many older folks at church and around town have come up to us and told us stories about having an aunt or grandmother named Corinne and haven't heard it since they passed, and how much they love hearing it again. Pairs well with an 'E' middle name, we picked Elizabeth but also toyed with Elise.

Good luck!
Michelle

Mendie said...

I love these names:

Avery
Josie
Delaney
Hannah
Lillie

SJ said...

I just have to comment because I *love* baby names. For what it's worth, here are my suggestions:

Gwen / Gwyneth
Sydney
Reagan
India
Soren
Darcy
Naomi
Hazel

Okay, okay, that's it. I think!

Sarah said...

I love Lily, Emma, Jane, Sophie, Daphne, Ella, Anna, and Molly.

I'm sure anything you pick out will be beautiful and suit her.

casual friday every day said...

Grace
Bella
Violet

I would love to name a daughter any of those names... I've been blessed with three boys, so obviously I've not been able to use any cute girl names ;)

Nell

Anonymous said...

How about Stella? Good luck, so many great names to choose from!