Though Emma Kate is the epitome of a modern little girl name, it won’t age well with any child. Can you seriously picture a 40 year old Emma Kate? I know everyone uses that expression, but it’s time someone listened. Kids grow up into adults and adults don’t go by Cupcake and Princess. It’s cute and it’s easy, but it’s cheesy to the max. Little Emma won’t be the only Emma Kate in her lifetime, either. Take it from me; I have a cousin named Ella Grace who goes to gymnastics with two other little girls with her exact first and middle name.They all live in the same town. One of them even has a little sister who has the same name as Ella’s little sister. It’s craziness.
Claire Elisabeth holds more substance than Emma does. Even though I’ve never cared for Claire and find Elisabeth to be quite mundane as a middle, it does more for me than sugar and sunshine Emma Kate does. Of the two choices, this is the better pick.
Emma Caroline, Francesca Claire, Katherine Emma “Kate”, Elspeth Claire “Elspie”, or Emmeline Katherine “Emma Kate” would be some lovely improvements.