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July 25th, 2014 12:50 PM #11Senior Member
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July 25th, 2014 02:25 PM #15
I heard the name Charlie on a girl in a show only and she chose it for herself in the show because it was masculine. I am becoming aware that its being given to girls now; I assume as a nn for Charlotte? Charles is a very masculine name and goes well with your other children's names. However of you personally feel like it seems female or if where you live you know little Charlie's who are girls or if you know other little Charlie's at all perhaps Charles is your perfect middle name pick and you want to use something else that you have no doubts about or feel like other people have his name.
These 4 seem great to me but be aware of conflicts and nns and I don't know your last name:
Able Charles Samuel also ends in -el
Arthur Charles 'art'
August Charles 'gus'
Theodore Charles 'Theo' I think I like this one best for your family it seems kinda perfect
These come off as rhymey to me
Don't worry too much Charles is fine and you do have other options if you want them
Last edited by dinosaursroar; July 25th, 2014 at 02:28 PM.
July 25th, 2014 03:03 PM #17
My brother is named Charles (CJ) his father is Charlie. I think it's still very much a mans name, even if I do like it on a little girl too. I think the recent hype clearly comes from that Disney show.... not to mention the recent unisex name trend.... and even considering your names are a bit more unusual than Charlie, it seems to fit in perfect with the sib names They are adorable together and baby Charlie will fit right in.
July 25th, 2014 06:21 PM #19Member
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