What are your thoughts on this Christmas inspired combination?

Genevieve Noelle

Genevieve is after my grandma, and I was just thinking that it sounded nice with Noelle.

What do you think?
Would you use Noelle only for a Christmas baby or only for a non-Christmas baby or either way?

Thanks!

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9 Responses to “What are your thoughts on this Christmas inspired combination?”

  1. [ šጦöky ] ☃ ƒεℓiz ηαtαℓ! said:

    I love Noelle so I’d use it for any child no matter what day they were born! I’m not a huge fan of Genevieve though, sorry.

  2. ♥ ԼƖƔƖ ԼƲ ♥ Merry Christmas!! said:

    That’s very pretty!
    I would probably only use Noelle for a “Christmas” baby but I think it’s a great middle name.

    Great combo! 🙂

  3. Stephanie said:

    I think it sounds gorgeous!

    I would only use Noelle (or Natalie, Natalia, or Holly) for a December baby.

  4. BobO said:

    I like noelle but not genevieve

  5. Amaretta said:

    That’s a very pretty combination!

  6. Saxylady86 said:

    I think it’s adorable. I don’t think it matters if she’s born on Christmas or not. But if she is born on Christmas, it would be cute. But, I think it’s lovely anyway. Good luck!

  7. You Know You Love Me ~ xoxo GG said:

    Aw thats beautiful. And nooo way Noelle can be used anytime it makes it extra special when the holiday comes around. I like Noella too.

  8. Lisa Michelle Ackles ♥ said:

    I love both names and together they are perfect!

    I love the name Noelle for a girl born at Christmas and it’s the only one for a girl i would use who was born at Christmas. For a boy i would use Noel, as Noelle is the feminine version of Noel.

    Lisa Michelle x x lol x x

  9. JanaeDS said:

    I love Genevieve!
    And I’ve recently started liking Noelle too.
    They’re both so pretty and very elegant.
    I don’t think it would matter whether she was a Christmas baby or not for me.
    Genevieve Noelle is definitely a keeper.




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