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Hmm ... I like the idea of Meredith as a middle name. It seems like such a funky choice in the middle when people are expecting Ann or Rose. Now that M names are all the rage for girls, it doesn't stand out as much in the first slot. Kind of like you already have Grace Alexandra. Flipped, that would be a "normal", even bordering on trendy, name. But this way, it grabs you because that's not where you're expecting to hear each name. I like that, and I think Meredith could do the same as a mn.
With your other names:
Amelia, Grace, Evelyn, Alexander, Joseph
Katherine, Alexandra, Victoria, George, Matthew
I think Meredith fits in with the second set better, which is your middle name list. So I like it as a mn again from that POV.
You make so much sense! I never thought about listing all FN together and all MN together and then seeing which group it fits in best with. I agree with you, it does fit with the MNs alot better than the FN's. Now its just about finding a FN that flows well with Meredith, which i have found quite hard, i found it easier to find MN that flow with Meredith as the FN but i cant think of any NN that i like for Meredith, does anyone know any other that "Mer" which i think is horrible lol. These are names i like as FN's...but non of them seem to flow with Meredith.
Is it just me or, do non of those name flow at all? I like long names so i dont really want to pair Meredith with a short FN which would probably make it flow better but i want to stick with long names. Help!
<div align="center">Alexander, Dylan & Joseph