Yeah. it just seems to me like it has a lot of those factors that make up a lot of the top names these days- two syllables ending in -ee, short and sweet, that ever popular y, just old enough to be fresh again, with that slightly exotic foreignness to add to its appeal. It reminds me of Lucy and Ava and Lily and Ella and Sophie...it has that similar sound and feel and I can see it appealing to people who love those kind of names but want to avoid the popularity.
Fingers crossed it stays under the radar!
This message was edited by the author on May 2, 2012 at 8:45 AM
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