Monday, December 17, 2007

Baby Names

Ok, Y'all. I need anyone and everyone to de-lurk for this one!! Remember when I mentioned that I was going to be an auntie a couple weeks back? Well, my sister and brother-in-law are having a heck of a time coming up with a good "girl" name for their impending arrival. They really had their hearts set on having a boy, as there were already two beautiful girls that were part of the package when they got married. 8^) As you can imagine, they have had a "boy" name picked out for months, but the "girl" name is eluding them. Will you help? They would SOOOOO appreciate it! They do have just a couple ground rules though...

#1 The names can not start with a "K" or and "A". They already have a Kayla and an Alicia

#2 They have eliminated the name "Jordan" from the list.

So people, what do you think? Can you help? It would be so very appreciated.

Thanks!! 8^)

PS My friend Perri reminded me that a last name would be helpful here. Oops!! Their last name is Soliday (said like holiday). So, now you all can figure out what would flow nicely.

Thanks again everyone.


Anonymous said...

More info needed - what does their last name start with? How many syllables is in their last name?


Jessica said...

Two names that come to mind:


Abby said...

Here's my list of favorite "girl" names

Olive (nickname Ollie)
Elliot (nickname Ellie)

Keep us posted on what they pick...

Oh and here's a fun website to play with when you are searching for names - it shows the popularity of names over the last 100? years.

Aunt Danette said...

London Soliday

Perri said...

Andi's suggestions (remember she is sleep deprived) are (because it rhymes with holiday) are
Mary, Marybell, Happy, Joyous, Noel & Holly. I vetoed them all and slapped her for you.

My suggestions are
Brianna, Hannah, Brooke, Brenna, Katelynn, Mia, Paige, Jenna, Amy, Whitney & Megan said...

Here I am, de-lurking with suggestions as requested... :)


Good luck!

Anonymous said...

I was just at a party where a friend had her grandaughter with her. Her name was Lilly. i thought that was pretty name.

Grandma Diane

Anonymous said...

Remember to consider what the innitials will spell out. For example, Alicia Sally Soliday would not be very nice.


Julie said...

I don't know what's wrong with me... I've tried, but EVERY single name I think of starts with an A or K!

angie said...

What about


Karen said...

If they like alliteration:
Samantha, Sally, Suzanne

Anonymous said...

Here are a few that I personally like.

Audra--I know it's an "a", but I like it!!

Let us know what they decide :)

Cousin Julie

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

We have friends who just named their new baby girl Tierza. Sounds like "TEAR-zuh" maybe I spelled it wrong. Anyway, I think its really pretty.

Anonymous said...

Hey Blaine,
I like Olivia, Sarah, Lydia, Emily and Grace.

FatcatPaulanne said...

My favorite name that I didn't get to use is Charlotte. I love classic sounding names. Do they want to stick with the names all ending in that soft "a" sound like Kayla and Alicia? Then maybe Emma, Jenna, Dena, or Alana.

Jim & Laurel said...

We get lots of comments on one of our daughters unique name: Hosanna Joy. We pronounce the middle ann like "on" rather than "an".

I think it would go well with Kayla and and Alicia.

Laurel :)

Lisa W. said...

I love.....

Bella (short for Isabella)

Good Luck!


ksoliday96 said...

we decided to go with Rylee Ray :)