Too many vowels!

Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by fayeberton, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. fayeberton

    fayeberton Member

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    Just wanted to know your thoughts about this name. We're set on Esme for a little girl and our surname starts with an E so we wanted a middle name to counteract all the E's we're torn between Esme Ivy (my nans name) or Esme Grace.

    Just concerned Esme Ivy Everton is too many vowels......

    Opinions please!
     
  2. Florabelle

    Florabelle Proud mama

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    Way too many vowels for me. Esme is a beautiful name.

    Esme Grace Everton
    Esme Rose Everton
    Esme Charlotte Everton
    Esme Catherine Everton
     
  3. Nyn

    Nyn Well-Known Member

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    I love Esme :)

    Could you give her a second second name to break up the vowels?
    Like Esme Ivy Grace Everton?
     
  4. xSarahM

    xSarahM Two Beautiful Angels

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    Our first choice for girls name is Aoife Marya Noelle.. All Aoife needs is a U and we'd be sorted :blush: but i think its really pretty. And i think Esme Ivy Everton is pretty too. The first thing i noticed is Esme and Ivy have very similar ending sounds (at least in my accent.) Good luck! :)
     
  5. summerbreeze8

    summerbreeze8 Proud new Mummy

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    Our boys names are either Oscar Edward Andrews or Isaac Edward Andrews, all vowels but I don't care! If you want it, have it!
     
  6. AmeliePoulain

    AmeliePoulain Mama to 3 girls

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    I think Esme Ivy Grace sounds amazing - but I am biased :blush:
     
  7. the why bird

    the why bird Well-Known Member

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    I love both of the names you have chosen - Ivy is on our shortlist too - but I think Esme Grace has a nicer rhythm to it out of the two.
     
  8. Evie81

    Evie81 Well-Known Member

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    how bout Esme "Faith" Everton?
     
  9. kpr1985

    kpr1985 New Member

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    my girls first names are all about vowels.

    I have Ava, Isla and Alisha. My next girl will Esme Isabella Ivy.

    I love your name. If you like it then stick with it.

    XX
     
  10. fairy_gem

    fairy_gem Well-Known Member

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    I actually think it's fine, because it's not often that all her names will be used/said at the same time.

    I also LOVE the suggestion of Esme Ivy Grace Everton!

    x
     
  11. Lottie86

    Lottie86 Mummy to Findlay & Iona

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    50% of my girl's full name will be vowels and I don't see it as being a problem :shrug: I think your girls name is lovely! :thumbup:
     
  12. bassdesire

    bassdesire Well-Known Member

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    The name you picked flows beautifully. I also like Esme Grace a LOT. Esme is one of my favorites...
     
  13. bassdesire

    bassdesire Well-Known Member

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    And my daughter's first and middle and last includes 17 letters and 8 are vowels. Her first name is 60% vowels and her middle name is 50% vowels :)
     

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