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Subject: Re: Names That're Growing On Me...
Author: AnaNicole   (Authenticated as AnaNicole)
Date: September 25, 2012 at 8:37:28 AM
Reply to: Names That're Growing On Me... by Fleur
Rebecca - I loved the Daphne du Maurier book Rebecca, and that's probably why I still like the name. Otherwise, it feels a little bland to me.
Paulina - I prefer Paulette, but Paulina is alright.
Caris - Really dislike.
Eavan - In theory, I like this name. In practice, I'm sure I would like it on someone else's kid. I get hung up on it sounding like "even," however.
Saoirse - Echo the sentiment above. I love the way it looks, but something about the sound is just a little off for my own use, but again, I'd love to see a little girl with the name.
Primrose - I've liked this for a long time, and I like the nn Prim. I don't think the Hunger Games has rendered it impossible to use, and I suspect that the HG fad will fad faster than Primrose's appeal.
Kelsi - I dislike this spelling immensely. The i looks stranded, as if there is a letter missing from the end. Kelsi/Kelsey is one of the feminine names that was traditionally a surname and then unisex, but I would almost prefer it on a boy in the way that I prefer Lindsey on a boy.
Hannah - I'm neutral on Hannah. It was to be my name, but my parents changed my mind at the last second. I don't dislike it, but I feel like there's almost...a better alternative somewhere out there. It's safe. Which is not necessarily a bad thing, it just is what it is.

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