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right now, my baby's name is Yvonne Dianne Gerow. i'm not fond of it.
i would prefer a longer, glamorous, beautiful name. Yvonne has to stay. Dianne can go. i would prefer it start with an "m" or "l", but that's not really important. i have a little more than a month to find a name i love. the name we have has too many "n"s and doesn't flow well. oh, and Yvonne can be the first or middle name. that's not important either, it just has to be in the name.
if it helps, my first choice for her name was Audraleah Siren. baby daddy said no because i made up the name Audraleah, which means it's not a name, and Sirens aren't well represented in mythical lore. seriously.
Listen to me!!! Name YOUR baby something you love! I let the father name my first and I spent a lot of time regretting it (and crying over it for weeks after she was born). Even if y'all compromise, and decide on something you both really like, that is eons better than a name you don't care for. By the way, ask any girl who wasn't named what her mother wanted and they wish they had that name. I do agree audraleah is very long and made up sounding. How about Audra Leah Yvonne. I think that's beautiful. But she's your little girl so you must love her name. Good luck!
I think Audraleah is a very pretty name! I sort of made up my DD name also. I named her Brynlea (Brinley). I saw the name Brynn & liked it but wanted it to sound more feminine, so I added my mother's middle name Lea (Lee) to the end and LOVED it. Her father did not, however. And said so over and over. But i didn't care because I knew that was "THE name" for her....of course a year or two later, I found out that I didn't in fact make it up myself because there are several other little girls in our town with this name now, just spelled differently. Any who, I digress! (Lol). I agree with the lady above that says to pick what YOU love because you won't feel satisfied otherwise. Maybe you could do what we did, I got to name and call her Brynlea and I let her dad pick her middle name (Gabrielle). Good luck!!