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August 4th, 2013 08:16 AM #1Junior Member
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Cece as a nickname?
I am decided on Cordelia Sage if my bump turns out to be pink. However, I find Cordelia a bit 'grown up' for a baby so will want to give her a cute nickname. I like Cordy, Dilly or Delia but prefer Cece. Does Cece works as a nickname or only if her first and middle name begin with C? I know it's a technicality and can call her whatever I please, but I just like things to be 'proper', it's my OCD.
Other options are
Cordelia Cherry Sage
Cordelia Clementine Sage
Any other suggestions for middle names beginning with C? Or should I just stick with Sage?
Thank you xx
August 4th, 2013 08:49 AM #3
August 4th, 2013 11:01 AM #5Member
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girls: Nina, Sage, Blair, Penelope nn: Poppy/Posey/Lola, Cordelia, Cecily/Cecelia/Celia, Amelia, Hazel, Willow
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August 4th, 2013 07:08 PM #7
I think it works without the double C names. People with the double C name help to solidfy the name, but I do not think that that is how the nickname originated.
August 4th, 2013 07:56 PM #9
Coco as a nickname for Cordelia.
If you're going to use Sage, I would not add another food-related middle next to it (Cherry or Clementine). But I do love the idea of having first and middle "C" names to get to "Cece." Are you totally married to Sage? I like it, but I like the idea of a "C" middle name better. And not with the addition of a third name/second middle. What about:
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