What are your thoughts on the name Nona (pronounced No-nah, not Non-ah) for a little girl? My grandmother's name is Nona and I don't think she'll be with us for too many more years (she got hit hard by dementia last year, the same as some of her sisters and mother). I like the idea of honoring her, but I don't know if it seems like a "weird" name? It never got higher than 266 on the social security database for the past 250 years and hasn't even been in the top 1000 since 1964.
We aren't finding out the gender of this baby so i'm putting a lot of thought into names to add to our list. I'm not going to pick anything really final until after the baby arrives (that's the plan, anyway). Nona and Sadie are the only girl names that my husband and I both like!