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A reader named Andrea is expecting her second daughter in May and she’d appreciate some name suggestions. Here’s what she writes:
My husband and I love unusual names that have a little bit of a retro feel (my first daughter is Edie). We’ve been trying to think of something fun and different but still feminine. A few we like: Camilla, Lina, Romi, Gia, Neve and Leigh.
Here are some other names I think they might like:
Which of the above do you like best with Edie? What other names would you suggest to Andrea?
A reader named Teresa wrote:
We are having a hard time choosing a name for our baby girl. She will have a big brother named Emmett Quinn. Our last names starts with K and ends with -ER. We like names that are different, but not weird. We also tend toward 2-syllable names.
Here are a few ideas:
The name Emmett was most popular around the turn of the (last) century, so I found many of these by scanning the Social Security Administration’s lists of popular baby names from random years in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Do you like any of the above with Emmett? What other names would you suggest to Teresa?
Edit: Scroll down to the last comment to see which name Teresa chose.