Out of these, which do you like the most? Thanks for your help: )
I like Katie Alice. My granddaughter is called Katie-Louise
I really like Sarah Elizabeth or Katie Alice. Maybe even Kate Alice would be good. Best of luck!
I like Sarah Elizabeth...it has a regal quality to it that is just right for a little lady. For short you can call the child Sadie...casual and precocious...the best of both worlds for a special little girl.
Definitely Katie Alice, very Victorian and grand.
I like Sarah Elizabeth better! Sounds sweet.
Those are all really pretty, feminine names. My little girl's name is Macy Kathryn, so I love Macy. You can't go wrong with any of your choices, but I would use Katherine or some variation instead of Katie. That way you have a sweet nn and a more formal option for when she grows up.
I think Tara is a nice name. My sister's dauther is named that.
As a combo I think that Sarah Elizabeth is the best from your list.
I think that Katherine Alice is lovely nn Kate.
Tara said the Aussie way is nice, it is a bit Gone with the Wind, a combo for this may be Tara Scarlett
Julie Maria is not so good Julie Maree would be better.
I prefer Juliette, and Marielle as the middle name. Juliette Marielle.
Sorry Macy and Beth are not my style.
I like Sarah Elizabeth the best. They sound very nice together. My cousin has a little girl named Sarah and I have a neice by the same name. They are both beautiful girls. Good luck to you.
My favorite name is Sarah Elizabeth out of those names it's elegant.
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