[name]WILLOW[/name]! It’s graceful, beautiful, and I believe has transcended its hippy-dippy beginnings. People are taking a new look at all green names, including [name]River[/name], and they looked as fresh as the new century – not like an old pair of 1960s bellbottoms from Antiques Roadshow. [name]Willow[/name] is among the green names most likely to shine with a classic patina. Used by [name]Will[/name] and [name]Jada[/name] [name]Smith[/name] and [name]Michelle[/name] Monaghan.
Conventional naming wisdom is the [name]Willa[/name] is even cooler than [name]Willow[/name], however. If you like being cool, you could take that into consideration.
I’m just not nuts about Weslie in this case (and I would spell it [name]Wesley[/name] in any case). I doubt Weslie will fit in with her classically named sisters [name]Hannah[/name] and [name]Isabella[/name].
If you are open to other W names, there are fellow greenies [name]Wren[/name] and [name]Winter[/name]. Out of [name]Willow[/name], [name]Wren[/name], and [name]Winter[/name], I have to admit [name]Willow[/name] fits best with your other children. A more unusual (and beautiful) green choice would be [name]Wisteria[/name]!
There is [name]Winifred[/name], especially if you like the nn [name]Winnie[/name], and [name]Wilhelmina[/name] ([name]Mimi[/name], [name]Minna[/name]).