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    Default Give me some input!!!

    I have a couple names picked out but if this one ends up being a girl I was thinking maybe to use "don" in the name. It's my dad's name....he passed away 5 years ago. I am not too creative and would love some input....... If this one is a boy, the MN will be Donald so that's an easy one.

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    hi laurene!

    this is a toughie.. have you considered just using the name Dawn?

    other than that, i looked up "girls names with "don"... this site came up that lets you look up names with certain letters, combinations, etc..
    http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect...ed-search.html

    i liked:
    donnica
    sidonie
    sedona

    and my mom asked me why i didnt spell Hayden's name "HaydON" so it would match with PaxtON... so theres another option

    cant wait to hear what you choose!
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    Alright I'll give it a go...

    Donella
    Doniella/e (meant to sound like danielle)
    Dona

    Going on that site suggested-
    I liked:
    Giadona (call her Gia)


    I think unless you keep it very traditional and go something like Donna, you're going to have to step outside the "normal" range and go a little unique. If going unique isn't quite your style perhaps try using Don in some way as the middle name and find something more traditional for the first name: i.e Elizabeth Giadona , KWIM?? Good luck!!
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    My grandfather was Donald. He has one granddaughter named Raydon (Ray is from her other grandpa). But I think my cousin gets lots of Radon gas jokes. . My middle name is Dawn, my dad says it is after my grandpa, my mom says it is after someone else. But my mom and I pronounce Don and Dawn differently, whereas my dad's family say Don and Dawn sounding exactly the same. Anyhow... I'm rambling.

    I wanted to name Tucker after my grandpa, but Don and Donald did not work for me, so I chose his middle name, Reed. Man, am I am going off on tangents or what?

    I think Donica could work, maybe Donnelly? Or Donia?
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    Hahahahaha.....its ok Rachel....I understand. My dad's MN is Erwin....so that doesn't make it any easier. The idea of a middle name Donald is just fine w/me, I don't put alot into MN anyways just because it really isn't used much.

    I like Sedona.....and Donielle....what do you think of Donalynn or Chrisdon? Ok, I'm stretching on that last one *lol*
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    or Donna?
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    What about just Donnie?

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    That reminds me! When we got our home loan the lady's name was Doni- pronounced Donnie.

    I think Chrisdon will take a little for people to get, I had to say it twice before it clicked that you were going for "Kristen" like sounds right?!

    I like Donalynn. It's like Anna Nicole's baby, Dannielynn, which I happened to like, although, I would have spelled it differently!

    Good Luck, you've got a tough one on your hands!
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    I agree, Doni looks better for a little girl.

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    Donita
    Donnabelle
    Sheldon
    Donatella
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