Quote from soontobe_rn
thank you for your suggestions. that's true. i am trying to keep that in mind. i don't want my daughter saying to me some day, "why did you name me something so silly" lol. that wouldn't be good. again as i said before, i am open to any suggestions, so thank you for your advice. someone said to me to spell heaven backwards. nevaeh. it looks pretty, but i don't know how to pronounce it. what do you think?
from the perspective of a sometimes-triage-nurse, please don't name you daughter anything with a questionable pronounciation. (i bet school teachers will agree with me!)
personally, my favorite girl names are megan and abby. i reallize that theses are fairly traditional names (and i don't think they go with your chosen middle name), but right now, traditional names are less common than some of the trendy names.
i really like "caitlin," but today that is more common than "jennifer" was when i was a kid.
a friend of mine gave her daughter a traditional first name, with a more unusual middle name. the child goes by the middle name (only her grandmother calls her by her full name).
good luck with whatever you decide, and congratulations on the upcoming bundle of joy!