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Opinions welcome for our not so short list.. DH has his favorite and I have mine, but just wondering what a bunch of strangers think
Adalynn - Spelling up for debate
I really like Kelsey. I think it's so girly and pretty and underused.
I also adore Anna. Plain, simple, recognizable and classy. Same with Hannah.
Savannah is fine, just NMS at all.
I want to love Lauren, but it seems to be all the rage in my area, so I'm tired of it.
I'm over Madison, Abby, Lily and Adalynn (or the like). They just seem so overused and boring to me.
I want to love Callie..I just find it too cutesy.
I used to not like Savannah, but after some friends had a daughter and named her that, I like it more.
I like Lilly, Lauren, Hannah. Anna is okay too.
Adalynn and Madison okay....I'm tired of hearing them, personally. Very common, but then again, so is Hannah where I live.
Abby and Callie are adorable nicknames, but I don't like them as formal first names. Too cutesy. I find Kelsey very cutesy too, like a perpetual child.
I can't say that I hate any of them though.
Savannah - it's okay, I don't love it
Lilly - I like it spelled Lily. It's exceedingly popular.
Anna - LOVE
Hannah - this name is so weak and wimpy to me
Adalynn - Spelling up for debate - nope. Trendy no matter how it's spelled.
Callie - as a given name? No, it's a nickname for Calla or Calista.
Abby - see Callie and think Abigail
Kelsey - yick
Lauren - lovely
Madison - off the deep end trendy; never in a million years would my daughter get this name
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Love: Anna, Lauren, Hannah, Abby--prefer with full name Abigail, though.
Like: Kelsey, Lilly.
Okay: Savannah, Callie.
Strongly dislike: Adalynn, Madison.
I think Lauren is my favorite overall.
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Savannah, Hannah or Lauren. I don't care for the rest. I like Abigail (NN Abby).
I think Lauren is my favorite. It's classic and underused these days.
If Abigail with nn Abby was a choice, that would be my favorite. Second choice: Lily with one "L". If I have to use exactly what is on your list: Hannah.
Like - Lauren, Anna, Liliana (nn Lily)
The rest are okay but NMS
These are my faves from your list - in order!