Anne and Kenneth were expecting their second child, a baby girl. They had only agreed on two possible names, but they still had to agree on middle names, and possible nicknames.
Anne and Kenneth’s little girl recently celebrated her second birthday, and her name is
sister to Will.
They didn’t choose the name until after Ivy was born. Ivy was Anne’s favourite name for a girl, while Elizabeth honoured the baby’s aunt. Anne and Kenneth are really happy with the name they picked out, and feel that it’s a name which suits their cute and lively daughter very well.
Ivy Elizabeth was a real favourite with readers, so I’m expecting a lot of support for Anne and Kenneth’s choice.
When I first saw the heading “Lovely Ivy” I thought this was being suggested as a name, which I couldn’t support. I much prefer the alternative.
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