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OK, baby number 6 is on the way, and it was so hard naming our twins, this one is just a matter of frustration so far. Our current children are:
Step-daughters (I had no part in naming them)
Emma-Lyn Ada Cooney
Teri Samantha Cooney
Alexander Joseph Daniel Frazier Cooney (my dh's family has a tradition of 3 middle names for boys)
Genevive Mary Cooney
Lillian Dorothy Cooney
So far for this baby we have tossed around:
Julien (this was the boy name we had picked out when Lily was a boy)
Elliot (Dh, I an not hot on this one)
Victor (my current favorite I think)
Nora (DH likes this name)
Ophelia (couldn't decide if it was appropriate, but my favorite if it weren't for the story from hamlet)
None of these really stick out to us. Boys name is a lot easier, it will likely be one of those 4. But as you can see my husband is a girl maker (Alexander is his adopted son), and this baby will most likely be a girl. And I am so stressed over finding the right girls name.
I like strong old fashioned type names typically, but I think I am majorly picky.
Some random girl name options for you:
It's a little funny that I had Liliana picked out if my twin son had been a girl and you have Theodore on your list if you have a boy. We also had Julian picked out for DD1 for the first half of the pregnancy.
I like strong, beautiful, old-fashioned girl names too. From your list, I like Sophie and Juliette the best.
I really like Julien for a boy. It goes great with Alex!
For a girl, I LOVE Nora, but I also really like Juliette and Charlotte. I love the old fashioned names you have picked out! They're beautiful! If you like two names you could combine them, like Nora Juliette, which I think is gorgeous!!