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April 28th, 2013 02:09 PM #1Senior Member
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First of all, I say that's not for my baby on the way because we have almost decided on her name. So if you like to help only parents naming their child-to-be, feel free to skip this post.
Recently I noticed people started using nicknames on it own. I love the idea because there are so many wonderful nickname that do no need to be a short form of something. I've heard Evie, Lulu, Nellie, Hattie() and Lottie. The latter one made me think seriously. I really love Lottie on its own but only can imagine in on a child or a young woman, not a grown-up or a old lady. Maybe that's because I don't know any Lotties but I wonder : what do you think of using Lottie as a full name? And could you think of some names that can be shortened to Lottie(besides Charlotte)?
April 28th, 2013 02:15 PM #3
April 28th, 2013 02:17 PM #5~ Catholic. College. Communicative Disorders. ~~(updated 9/24/15)
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April 28th, 2013 02:18 PM #7
I actually do see Lottie on an old woman, as well as on a young child/teen. It's just on a grown-up I have trouble seeing it. It is not a horrible name though, and I think there are people who could pull it off. I think it would be better as a nn for any of these names,
I'm sure there are more, but these are the names I thought of right away, to go with LottieIf I had a baby right now, I'd name it,
Scarlett Amelia or Emerson Joseph.I also like Cashel, Gabriel, Genevieve, & Juliette. + So much more.
I'm Ashley btw, and I'm 20!
April 28th, 2013 02:21 PM #9