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I need everyone's honest opinion on these girls names so I can show my husband:

Esme
Linnea
Cecebelle

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Thanks, Suz x
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replied March 29th, 2008
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I like Esme and Linnea a lot. Both are very pretty and classy.

Cecebelle is just too frilly and made-up sounding, like a name for a poodle or something. There are better names with Cec- or Belle.

Cecilia
Cecily
Annabelle
Isabelle

You could name her Cecilia Belle and call her Cecebelle as a nickname.
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replied May 30th, 2008
I LOVE Esme.

Linnea is cute, but I always think of Linea Negra (the brown line you get on your belly when you're pregnant). It does have a pretty sound to it though.

And Cecebelle I'm just not crazy about. I do like that you could call her Belle or Bella though. But I think there are a lot better '-belle' names out there:

Anabelle
Arabelle
Corabelle
Isabelle
Mirabelle
Rosabelle
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replied May 30th, 2008
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Esme i love and i would have in a heartbeat if i had another daughter if only my partner liked it too
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replied June 4th, 2008
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my daughter's name is esme so i obviously love it. i like linnea, but i think i like the way it looks more than the way it sounds.

is cecebelle a real name? it's a cute nickname but i don't like it as a formal name.
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