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  1. #1

    P.J.?

    P.J. is starting to really grow on me. But the thing is, I like P.J. I don't like something like Peter John or something. Just P.J.

    I guess what I'm wondering is is it okay to consider a name that's just initials?

    Feedback appreciated, berries!
    ♡nadia♡
    a teenage writer and long-time name junkie

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  2. #3
    Really? I'd like to say this delicately: I think it is a very bad idea to name a child P.J.

    Initials are not names. They're nicknames created by initials. Your child needs a name.

    (Is this one of those "it's Saturday" jokes?)

  3. #5
    Oh...you're a teenager & a writer! Okay then, carry on & dream away!!!

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    I know an adult male (early 20s) who only has initials. He finds it strange.
    Personal Favorites: Mira Cairdeas and Darrow Paine

    Best Wishes To All

  5. #9
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    Have you seen the Disney cartoon of Robin Hood, the one with the foxes and lions and "Prince John the Phony King of England"? The first thing I thought when I saw P.J. was from that movie: "P.J.! I like that! Do you know I do? Hiss, put that on my luggage." It gave me a smile. I definitely wouldn't use it as a name, though. I have heard of people getting initials as names, and that it almost always causes logistical headaches on forms and such.
    My March arrival:
    Dulcinea Tesla
    We call her Daisy
    in honor of my mom.

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