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A reader named Sarah is expecting her first baby in several months, and she’d like some baby name suggestions. These are the names she and her husband like so far (girl names are on the left, boy names are on the right).
I think they might also like…
What other names would you suggest?
*In Australia, the name Banjo can be traced back to “Waltzing Matilda” poet Andrew “Banjo” Paterson (1864-1941).
A reader named Mercedes is expecting a baby girl in December:
Our 4-year-old is named Sophie. We love it because it’s cute and spunky. We initially came up with Daphne Colette for baby girl #2. But the more I think about it, the more I worry that Sophie and Daphne sound too similar. What do you think? On that note, can you think of any other names that deliver the same cute and spunky sound?
I was on the fence for a while about Sophie and Daphne…but I think I ultimately agree that they’re too much alike. As for other spunky names, how about:
(Sylvie and Phoebe are probably too similar to Sophie as well, but I left them on the list just in case.)
What other ideas do you guys have?
P.S. Mercedes is also considering the names Kendall, Julianne, Lola and Gwen.
Update – The baby has arrived! Scroll down to find out what name Mercedes chose.