Middle name for Johnny or John

(22 Posts)
daughterofafarmer Mon 23-Sep-13 14:38:19

So you have already kindly helped with the spelling of Johnny. Now we are looking for a mn. Please could you be so kind to suggest possible mn for Johnny and John just in case we change or mind

Normally I am a real stickler for full birth certificate names however I'm just not sure if I can bring myself to call our son John. Both DH and I like Johnny but aren't quite so keen on John. Jonathan isn't an opinion.

Anyway I digress... grin away you go!

Thank you.

daughterofafarmer Mon 23-Sep-13 14:44:10

Should add we have nothing against the name John. Just it's a family name and has been heavily used over the years. Just think you would be good to give future DS a separate identity.

Vajazzler Mon 23-Sep-13 14:46:51

A friend has a jonny but he's a jonathan. His middle name is grey.

elcranko Mon 23-Sep-13 14:49:00

I think you should go with John on the BC but call him Johnny from day one. That way he'll be known as Johnny to everyone but his real name will actually be John. Gives him more options when he's older. Just my opinion though! smile

John James - I love this! grin

PandaNot Mon 23-Sep-13 14:52:39

I have a John Joseph who is known as Jack! John is a family name on both sides but we use Jack like DH grandfather did. He used to get JJ too, and JackJack thanks to The Incredibles which was released at around the same time.

Littlecherublegs Mon 23-Sep-13 14:54:49

I know a John Brian and a John Alan??!

Don't know any Johnny's - it's either John or Jonathan.

Johnny Sebastian
Johnny Alexander
Johnny Jameson
Johnny Zacharius
Johnny Bartholemew

daughterofafarmer Mon 23-Sep-13 14:54:55

Annoyingly elcranko I think you are right. But will see what he looks like at birth..might not even been Johnny!

Not keen on John James. However he would sound like a goody in a spaghetti western grin

BurberryQ Mon 23-Sep-13 14:55:01

Joseph - then he can be Jonjo and become a famous jockey

daughterofafarmer Mon 23-Sep-13 15:00:19

Johnny Alexander is perfect. Love that. Thanks little

Can't use JJ as a great friend has one.

I know a Jonathan, known as Jonny (no h). His middle name is Andrew.

DropYourSword Mon 23-Sep-13 16:34:37

Shark!

daughterofafarmer Mon 23-Sep-13 17:44:50

I don't get it drop {being dim} blush

daughterofafarmer Mon 23-Sep-13 18:08:50

I get it now...thanks to google!

John Anthony

Cassieyellow Mon 23-Sep-13 22:28:28

John William
John Theodore
John Edward

love Johnny but totally think do John on BC

OutragedFromLeeds Mon 23-Sep-13 23:05:15
daughterofafarmer Wed 25-Sep-13 13:53:59

boy? errrr what?

Loving the suggestion of Johnny Alexander and John Edward

Sadly William doesn't work with our surname.

Any further suggestions? Tia

OutragedFromLeeds Wed 25-Sep-13 13:59:59

John Boy or Johnny Boy are both classy! grin

bridgetsmum Wed 25-Sep-13 14:02:07

Paul or Peter? The. Initials are JP and could be another cute nn, although Paul might be a bit Popish grin

My brother is John Edward

Also

Michael
Jeremiah
Francis

daughterofafarmer Wed 25-Sep-13 14:38:23

Dohhhh I'm such a Wally! Didn't get that at all outrange

Like JP, but agree a bit Popish grin

VodIsGod Wed 25-Sep-13 21:02:21

My DS is a Johnny! He's John James on his birth certificate but only ever referred to as John on forms. We sometimes call him Johnny Jim if we're teasing/being affectionate.

It's a great name, unusual nowadays without being 'out there'.

daughterofafarmer Fri 27-Sep-13 18:45:52

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