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Just found out today, IT'S A GIRL! need middle name to go with Brynlee

Having trouble finding a middle name :(

Possibilities:
Jo
Nichole
Rhea
Renee
Cheyenne

Please pick or suggest another :)

I almost think Brynlee Cheyenne would just be too much?!?!?!

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Just found out today, IT'S A GIRL! need middle name to go with Brynlee

  • Brynlee Nichole is my pick
    Brynlee Jo sounds redneck and the others I don't like as the mn.

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  • Brynlee Nichole is my pick from your list, but I think you can do much better than Brynlee. Nichole, Rhea, Renee, and Cheyenne are far better than Brynlee. 
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    Rhea Brynn
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  • Brynlee is real bad. Like the PP suggestions of Rhea Brynn or Brynn Nichole. 
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  • What about Brynn Lee Lastname
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  • Brynn Lee/Leigh is the only way to go.
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  • Agree. you can use Brynn and Leigh/Lee but Brinlee is a made up name and would look awful on school applications and resumes. Think of your daughter as an adult, not just a sweet little baby. You can always call her by her first and middle names so you can say Brynn Leigh so it sounds the same, but then she has a more professional sounding option to go by Brynn as she ages.

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    groovylocks
  • I feel like Brynlee is the new Kinsley. It just sounds overly cutesy and made up to me. What about Brielle, Bryce or Britta?

  • I like Renee. I had a Brinley in my class this year. She was the sweetest!
  • ANything with Lee or Ley at the end is at trendy as you can get.  You might think it's a unique name BUT it's going to get lost in the class of Kinley, Brinley, Kaylee, Charlee, Riley's.  


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  • I like Brynlee. If you love it, go for it! I had Annaleigh picked out if it was a girl
    goobersgirl9
  • I unfortunately can't stand the name brynlee. Way too trendy for my taste. I do love the name brynn though if that's an option
    YogaSandy
  • Nichole for middle
  • I've got to say, I also really dislike Brynlee. It sounds made up for sure. But, I also agree with previous posts suggesting Brynn. Brynn is pretty and unique, and definitely acceptable for an adult. Plus I feel like many middle names will work with Brynn.
  • groovylocksgroovylocks
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    ^^ It's awful op I'm sorry. Just awful.

    I have a thing that I like to say around here sometimes. Does the name sound like something you'd buy on sale at Walmart? If so, it's a bad name. Sorry but this falls straight into the lap of that category.

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  • Brynlee:/
    Oy..
    Katherine is a great name!
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  • Ava Brynn is lovely! I wouldn't normally reference celebrity baby names, but I know Bethenny Frankel named her daughter Bryn after hey husband's deceased brother Bryan. I think using Brynn in some way would be a great tribute.




  • Your son has a great name and so should your daughter. Ava Brynn is a million times better than Brynlee. I thought for sure you would defend Brynlee and ignore our advice. Bravo for being mature and open-minded. Ava Brynn is lovely!
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  • Another vote for Ava Brynn, I love the flow

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  • crf4crf4
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    Brynn is a great way to honor a Bryan. Beautiful name in either the first or middle name spot! Glad to see you're open to losing the awful Brynnlee
    erinnlou
  • Also love Ava Brynn!
  • Go with Brynn! Not a fan of Brynnlee, plus I think it is a bit too matchy with Wesley.
  • I'm English born and bred and have never heard a male OR female Brinley. I've heard a fair few Brynns though, mainly male and Welsh.
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  • g8trkimg8trkim
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    taysun said:
    For everyone being rude, Brinley is NOT a made up name. It is a traditional Welsh/English name, most often used for boys though I think. Living in England I've only known boys called Brinley, so I'd personally avoid it for a girl.
    The traditional name is Bryn, and yes it's masculine and Welsh. Brinley is a modern feminine variant.




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  • I am also in the camp of being so sick of the names Kinley, Brinley, Henley, Tenley....blah, blah, blah. I tend to agree with the previous posters that mentioned maybe going with Brynn Lee/Leigh. I grew up and went to school with a Brad Lee, he went by both Brad and Brad Lee. In fact, I had no idea that Lee was actually his middle name (I never saw his whole name written down). I assumed it was Bradley, and when he always filled out paperwork, he just put "Brad"....so I didn't think anything of it. 

    However, given that you want to honor your husbands friend, I think that Ava Brynn is an awesome name. Wesley has a great name, and if I saw Wesley and Brynlee together, I would feel bad for poor Brynlee who got stuck in trend-city. And even worse, match-matchy with the -lee sound on the end of both of their names. Or just use Brynn in there somewhere (first name or middle name). I wouldn't think anything of Wesley and Brynn together.  
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