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February 28th, 2013 01:28 PM #1Member
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First name Paige
What is your opinion on the name Paige? Sweet and spunky? Preppy? Dated?
We have an Allison, nn Ally. I'm not concerned with a perfectly matched sib set, just as long as the names aren't too matchy or polar opposite style wise.
The other name currently tied with Paige is Caroline. I love this sweet classic name, but it's number 15 in our state and I know a lot of little Caroline's, it doesn't bother me too much, but I don't know a single Paige so it feels fresh to me.
February 28th, 2013 02:31 PM #3
See here in England I know and have heard of many Paige's my sister is 16 and at her school there is 10 Paige's which goes with the 7 Jordan/Jordana variants, 5 Mollie variants thus I do associate Paige as being slightly dated because there are so many sixteen year old's sharing the name Paige. Whereas I only know one Caroline which makes me feel that Caroline is a fresher classic!
I like the idea of Paige in the middle name slot, I think as a middle name Paige feels fresh, like Jane (a name I love) outside the middle name slot feels fresh. I love the idea of Caroline Paige. I also feel that Caroline works better with Allison! I like the idea of Ally & Cara.
Hope this helped xx
February 28th, 2013 02:42 PM #5Girls: Anna, Caroline & Emily / Claire, Maeve & Rose
Boys: James, Luke & Patrick / Jack, Kyle & Liam
February 28th, 2013 02:46 PM #7
It's hard to compare Paige and Caroline since theyre such different feeling names for me! Allison & Caroline, Ally & Paige, it all depends what kind of sound you like.
I do love Paige though. I can see why some say it's dated, but it has such a crystal-clean sound to me that it's still fresh. A little preppy, a little sleek, a little sweet, but not too saccharine. Caroline Paige is a lovely combo too..
February 28th, 2013 03:36 PM #9Senior Member
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