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I prefer Deacon. Yes it could be a bit churchy, but it's funky too.
To me, Dean is a very dated boy's name - quite popular over here in the late 70s/80s. Doesn't feel like a classic at all, sorry!
May 8th, 2013, 03:45 PM
I really like Imogen with Alice and Harry as well! Imogen is classic without being common and has some lovely NNs (Immy, Genny, Gen, Midge...)
Definitely think Alice is a classic and Harry is a...
I think you have to know a lot of little children or be a primary school teacher to know what's currently popular! I know two baby girls called Emily born in the last two months.
I thought there...
May 8th, 2013, 03:27 PM
Baby two is due in 6 weeks and we are struggling for ideas. I posted a while ago about boys name ideas, as I do have a few girl ideas that we like but I'm finding boys difficult to come up...
Ooh I really like Grady. It's Irish without being OTT Irish, if you know what I mean? And I think Grady Robert sounds good too. I think Gray as a NN is funky! That's what I'd go for :)
Big horrid fish with sharp teeth.
Then Pike from Dad's Army (a really old UK tv show)
And a spear type thing.
Doesn't really strike me as a little boy's name...sorry.
I've had such a good laugh reading this thread!!
Ooh Alexander Luca is nice, he might go for Luca/Lucas as a middle name, maybe!
Discussed Lucas/Luca with DH last night and he was not keen at all. No reasons, just flat no. Hmm! So I've asked him to come up with a list of his own!
I don't know I'm definitely having a boy, but I have a long list of girls names that I love. I just totally struggle with boys names.
Daughter is Francesca Rose. I am half Italian, but...
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