3rd Baby- sibling for Lily & Levi.

Lily Grace & Levi Wilson are going to have a baby sibling, as surprise.

Mums name is Ginger Rea (would like to use Rea in some form to honor said “Ray.”

Dads name is Nicholas Levi.

Prefer a two syllable name.

So far they have Lexi Rea & Lacy Renea and no boys.

Any suggestions or opinions welcomed πŸ™‚


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  1. 1

    Sophia said,

    Lexi is cute, I’m guessing they want another L name, preferably ending in y/i/ie?
    Lainie? Lottie? Lucy? Lindsay? Leni? Lani? Livvy? If they’re not too fussy about the ending, then maybe Luna, Lila, Lola, Livia, Leila, Lena, Lana, Lyric, Lulu, Lyra, Lara, Laura, Lauren, Layla, Leah or Lucille.
    And for boys Lachlan/Lochie, Landon, Leland, Leo, Lenny, Lincoln, Lewis/Louis/ Lewin or Logan.
    Hope they like some of these!

  2. 3

    Bewildertrix said,

    Lexi I have an irrational distate for but probably because it’s considered extremely chavvy/boganey in the UK and I’m starting to see it sprout here.

    Um, do they want yet another L name ending in -ee?

    Liberty (may as well), Lowri, Lydie (French Lydia), Lettie, Lani, Lyyli, LΓ©onie, Livie, Lumi,

    Or Leda, Leta, LΓ©a.

    Middles: AndrΓ©a, Freya, Drea, Therese, Lorraine.

    Boy: Lonny, Leon, Laslo, Luca, Larkin, Loki, Lennox?

    I hate to suggest them but Reagan (RAY gin) or Raven could work for either sex.
    There’s also Rafe for a boy with the RAY sound.

    Although, if they explicitly want the Rea- spelling it limits options.

    • 4

      babynamelover said,

      Not fussed on having a l name quite happy with or without πŸ™‚ hopefully Ginger will see the comments and come and post πŸ™‚ You did so much better than me at finding the Rea/Ray sound in names πŸ™‚

  3. 5

    Ginger said,

    Thanks for the suggestions! We are not particular to what ending is on the L name, I guess we have gone towards the y/i/ie/ee endings because it seems to soften our last name which has a hard D sound at the end and it is a short last name.

    I do like the sound of Livia/Lydia for L names, for non L names I like Anna’s suggestion of Alexa, you still get the L sound and could use Lexi as nickname.

    As for the boys, Lewis and Leland are growing on me. My husband likes the name Laramie, I’m not sold yet on it I really don’t care for the nickname Larry. We have come up with Connor, Grant or Hudson as non L names, what are your thoughts towards those names?

    We’ve enjoyed getting input from others outside family/friends, it opens up new ideas and gets new thoughts going. We appreciate you all taking time to help us out with this and keep them coming!

    • 6

      babynamelover said,

      I like Livia especially with the nickname Liv but I fear people would always assume it was short for Olivia. Alexia is another form you may like there is also Alexandra but that would be quiet long with Lily & Levi I also really like the nickname Sasha.

      Lewis is lovely I am not so fond of Leland but can see the appeal behind it πŸ™‚ Laramie seems very feminine to me where does it come from? My brother is Connor. I think Lily, Levi & Connor is lovely they go nicely together. Lily, Levi & Grant is nice too. I don’t particularly like Hudson but it does have a similar style to Levi so does fit well Lily, Levi & Hudson.

      I will have another think to today πŸ™‚

      • 7

        babynamelover said,

        I may have suggested these already,

        Stella, Poppy, Ella, Maya, Juliana, Mariah, Isla, Breana, Alyssa, Lauren, Camiana, Martha, Dulcie, Willow, Sophie & Anabel

        Harry, Oscar, George, Isaac, Hugo, Rhys, Samuel, Jaron, Grant, Luke, Hudson.

        These are all known siblings of Lily.

  4. 8

    Sophia said,

    Hudson is really nice, and it fits well with your other children’s names. Seeing as you’re not particular on L being the starting letter, you might like these names:
    GIRLS: Cassidy, Eve, Amelia, Keira, Zara, Isabel, Holly, Charley, Summer, Violet, Gemma, Ruby, Kiara, Everley, Maia, Sadie, Ella, Tessa, Heidi, Thea, Sage, Dakota, Greta, Alexis, Eloise, Gia, Jade, Nina, Chloe, Anaya, Lucia (which, obviously, is an L name), Grace, Matilda, Rory, Erin, Sasha, Camille, April, Adele, Sari and Rosa.
    BOYS: Henry, Oliver, Cassius, Xavier, Max, Blake, Quinn, Joseph, Isaiah, Jude, James, Beau, Taylor, Oscar, Felix, Conway, Asher, Cruz, Nicholas, Evan, Malachy, Jordan, Ryder, Reuben, Zachariah, Sebastian, Noah (personally I think this goes really well with Lily and Levi), Orion, or just Ryan, Adam, Zane, Charlie, Cayden and Declan.
    I’ll probably come up with more πŸ˜‰ I hope some of these are helpful!

  5. 9

    Shack said,

    We have a Lexi and a Levi, we are also pregnant with the third and were looking at names! Funnily Lily was on our list for girls. Prefer a L name and same syllables. Was wondering what you had and named in the end!

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