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I love it. It was one of our top picks for a girl.
We were going to go with one of these combos:
HATE it for a girl.
Like it for a BOY.
I dont like it for a girl or a boy.
Avery Elizabeth, Nicole, Jane, Michelle.. I was going to suggest Avery Kate but i see your little one is already Cate. She is absolutely adorable by the way!
My 16 year old son went to school with a boy named Avery. My 13 year old step-daughter had a friend in school named Avery that was a girl.
I don't know anyone that's used the name recently, but it is the name that I am using most likely. I do think of the office supplies though Avery-Dennison
I also want to use the name Dana, but it sounds better as Dana Avery, and I wanted Avery first... so I'm a little stuck.
I love the name though.
i love it. it ws on my list but DH didnt like it.
i think Avery Lynn would be pretty.
a little too common nowadays (also the name of Dr Phil's new granddaughter, and a main character on 30 Rock, just FYI!)
It's NMS- too masculine for me to use- but it's not nearly as bad as 99% of the unisex names out there.
I think it's too close to Audrey and I, frankly, think Audrey is a lovely girly name and Avery kind of sounds gender confused next to it.