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I like Emma, Skye, and Allison or Alison- not Allyson, that always makes me think the parents either wanted the nickname to be Ally and thought you couldn't use that nickname if Ally wasn't actually in the name, or thought it made the name look unique, which it doesn't.
I like Madeleine and Kaia with these spellings, and though it's NMS with any spelling I prefer Halle to Hallee.
I also like Ellie as a nickname for anything with El- in it:
Amabel, Annabel, Annabella, Arabel, Arabella, Aurelia, Belinda, Bellatrix, Camellia, Elaina, Elaine, Eleanor, Elena, Elise, Eliza, Elizabeth, Ellen, Elspeth, Estella, Estelle, Fenella, Helen, Helena, Isabel, Isabella, Janelle, Mariel, Stella
Madison/ Maddison/ Mha'ddycynne is overused no matter how you spell it.
Allyson-Traditionally, I don't like this name but it actually sounds really nice with your last name. And I like the spelling.
Emma-very pretty and feminine
Kya (ki-a)-I don't like this one
Maddison-not a fan
Maycee-definetly not a fan
Hayden-I have 2 friends who named their sons this name
Rian (rye-ann)-cute and different
Madalynn-not a fan
Raegan-not really a fan
Taryn (tare-in)-very cute
Skye-not a fan of most "nature" type names
Ellie-sounds a bit country to me, I think it's better suited as a nickname
Hallee (hal-ee)-not a fan