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Thread: Teddy for a girl's name
January 6th, 2015 09:38 PM #1Junior Member
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Teddy for a girl's name
We want to name our baby Teddy if it is a girl. I want to use it as a full name. I am not into long frilly girl names like Theodora. I like cool unisex names. I am having a hard time finding a good middle name to go with it. Any suggestions on a middle name? Our last name begins with a B.
We already have one girl Charley Harper.
If the baby is a boy we are going to name him Theo Maxwell.
January 7th, 2015 11:40 AM #3Senior Member
Teenberry. Fascinated by names, I enjoy reading about them and choosing names for the characters in my stories, and dreaming of naming children in the distant future, but my name-taste is still fluctuating.
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January 7th, 2015 01:31 PM #5
I think Teddy is cute for a little girl. I really like boyish nicknames for girls, though (like Charley - very cute!) I know a high school aged Teddy whose full name is Teodora. I prefer it as a short-form of a longer name, but if you are literally never going to use the full-form and really dislike it, then I wouldn't bother with it.Mommy to Konrad Wolfgang 12/31/13
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January 7th, 2015 02:13 PM #7
I knew a girl named Teddy growing up, I think it was a nn but I have no idea what it was a nn for. She always only went by Teddy. I think it works just fine of a girl because the image of a Teddy Bear gives it some softness.
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January 8th, 2015 03:48 PM #9Member
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My 2nd cousin named her daughter Teddi Marie.
If your last name is more than 3 syllables than I would stick to 2 or less syllables for the middle name, but I think that's more your style anyway. I'm just gonna brain dump a bunch...
I personally like longer middle names with a short peppy first name so these would be up my alley: