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baby name for boy/girl I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
15th Dec '12

i like ellie-jayde grace wilson for a girl
stuck beetween tyler-jay and tyler-james for a boy
another name i like for a girl is lexie but not sure what middle names go with that?

мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65270 posts
15th Dec '12

I think the hyphen is a bit much. Ellie is a nickname, not a professional name IMO.

JavadL Due July 31; China 165 posts
15th Dec '12

Ellie seems like a nickname, not a given name (so does Lexie). How about instead of Ellie using a name like one of these and using Ellie as a nickname:
Eloise
Eliana
Elise
Elena
Elisha
Eleanore



Also, I'd suggest spelling 'Jayde' as 'Jade', since that's the actual spelling of the word. I think it makes a nice middle name, but I don't understand your hyphenated thing, just make it a straight up middle name, no need to hyphenate with the first name.

LolaMcKitten Due May 30 (girl); 27 kids; Beverly Hills, California 15496 posts
15th Dec '12

They all sound childish and hyphenating a name only causes confusion and annoyance. Ellie Jade - fine, if you must - but Ellie feels like a childs name that won't age well. Eleanor Jade? Eliana Jade? Alexa Jade? (Lexie feels pretty trashy, though, to be honest).

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
15th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting LolaMcKitten:</b>" They all sound childish and hyphenating a name only causes confusion and annoyance. Ellie Jade - fine, ... [snip!] ... a childs name that won't age well. Eleanor Jade? Eliana Jade? Alexa Jade? (Lexie feels pretty trashy, though, to be honest). "</blockquote>



I agree with this.