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I'm super excited. I was talking to DH last night and threw out "kendra" as a girl's name..he said it was fine! Which means it is a go! I've always loved Makenna as a girl's name b/c I could use "kenna" as a nn...well with Kendra I could still use Kenna as a nn! I think Kendra is so beatiful! I need help with mn though..I've always really like Claire and Joy...which are both just okay with Kendra. I thought maybe about Kendra Nicole...but still not to sure about it. My mn is Beth..which is also just okay...sigh..any suggestions? I like classic, not too out there names.
Thanks for the replies Ladies, here is what I think:
Faith~ I like that alot...will have to ask hubby what he thinks
Joy~ on my list too of course
Rose~ just okay
Brianne ~ If we ever have more than 1 girl, she will be Breanna, so I don't what to use Brianne for mn.
Leanne~ this is the name of my DH ex-Fiancé ...so that is Totally out..lol (even though I still think it is a pretty name! ha)
I prefer the spelling of Kena to Kenna...I've even thought of spelling Kendra..Kenndra instead. But I think I like it spelled Kendra, with just one "n".. I thought people might pronounce kena..Kee-na instead of ken-a with just one "n".
jazlo's mom: Thanks, you Have been helpful!! I was amazed you thought of Kendra sarabeth.lol..because my name is Sarah Beth!! I Love:
Kendra Elise (I think that is my favorite..for today )
Thanks for all the replies!! What do you all think of the spelling Kenndra instead of Kendra? I guess just to be different, and b/c of the nn.