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Thread: What Were Your Toys Called?
August 2nd, 2012 07:02 AM #1
What Were Your Toys Called?
What were your dolls/bears/barbies/other toys called when you were little? Do they reflect your name-nerdiness now? Did your friends toys have quite boring names compared to yours? I remember having Polly Pockets called Rick and Lila but will have to dig out my old notebooks to find the rest of their names!jUlIA [jUlEs] AbIgAIl [IggY] flOrEncE [wrEn] EmmElInE[EmmY] kIrrIlY [kIrrI]
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August 2nd, 2012 07:22 AM #3
August 2nd, 2012 07:32 AM #5
I wasn't very creative when it came to naming stuffed animals and barbies, but I know that I had a Viola, a Chloe, a Fiona, a Sasha and a Carla. I loved to draw people and give them names that I liked though. Some names that I used were Camilla, Rosa, Lilly, Hyacinth, Tulip, Lotus, Flora, Iris and Lavender. I really loved flower names. I also liked naming my barbies after Harry Potter characters.
August 2nd, 2012 03:41 PM #7Favorites for Girls: Scarlett Ree, Tyla Cosette, Agnes, Alaska, Winter, Caroline
Favorites for Boys: Darren, Lawrence, Watson, Lewis, Atticus, Agustus
My name: Israel Sarah
Just a teen writer, looking for some names! Go Starkid (and Redvines)!
August 2nd, 2012 03:58 PM #9
Dolls were a Maria, a Danielle, and a Stephanie (probably because of Full House).
I went through a phase where my Barbies were sisters w/ state names (cringe): Dakota, Virginia, and Georgia.
I remember another doll family were siblings: Susan, Henry, Bernice, William, Ernestine, & Alice. Kind of fussy, but I guess not half bad for a five year old. Bernice had a pet elephant named Zuzu and Susan broke her leg skiing down the banister.
August 2nd, 2012 05:11 PM #11
I don't think any of my dolls had permanent names- they changed constantly with every game me and my sister played. But I remember inheriting some really old dolls from my Grandmama- I loved books about royalty so I named them Marie Antoinette and Isabella (refering to Isabella of Castille.) And when I got a China doll from my Aunt Jo for Chirstmas one year, I named it Lydia. I think I was about ten or eleven and I had just read Pride and Prejudice for the first time. I wish I could remember more of them...
Top Girls: Dorothea Juliet, Jame Fiammetta, Sybil Poet, Araminta Jane, Edith Mariposa, Beatrix Aurelia, Agnes Violet, Louisa Blythe, and Flora Catherine
Top Boys: Frederick Archer, Darwin Elliot, Crispin Avery, Alistair Henry, Leopold Darcy, Percival Julius, Phinneas Aubrey, Edmund Atlas, Victor Cyril, Albert Ferdinand
August 2nd, 2012 05:23 PM #13Senior Member
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August 3rd, 2012 08:40 AM #15
I had a rabbit named Catriona - she was my favourite. She had a little pink basket and floppy ears... I had a red-headed doll named Rachel (she had crazy burly red-hair like me, kindred dolly, lol) and a blonde doll named Rebecca. I had a puppy surprise and I remember that there were two boys and two girls - I remember one girl was Rita and one boy was Alexander. The other boy might have been Ryan? Can't remember the other girl's name, though.
The Barbie dolls names changed a lot, I think.
August 3rd, 2012 09:54 AM #17Member
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Ha! This reminds me of a baby doll that my parents bought for me when i was born. They wanted me to name her, so while they waited for me to learn how to talk (took awhile) they referred to her simply as Baby Doll.
Eventually, I learned to talk and named her Sarah. Then Katie. Then Marissa. Then Rosemary. Then Felicia. Then Rachel. Throughout my childhood, this poor thing had a different name at least every week. My parents tried to keep up, but always reverted to calling her Baby Doll.
I still have her up in my closet. And I still think of her as Baby Doll.
August 3rd, 2012 11:56 AM #19