Calling all those in the SW / SE of England, How many Henry's do you know

(59 Posts)
daughterofafarmer Fri 04-Oct-13 15:09:30

And what age roughly are they?

Just thinking that possibly it might be quite good with DD (Honor) Two 'H' aside what do you think?

daughterofafarmer Wed 16-Oct-13 12:33:27

Hugo has already been used twice within our group of friends so that's out.

Think we are leaning towards Hamish grin

TheNunsOfGavarone Tue 15-Oct-13 23:02:51

Only two. My 56 year old brother and an 11 year old cat smile

SadFace502 Tue 15-Oct-13 22:36:44

SE and know of one at DD nursery -none in DS school... I think it's a lovely strong name.

Draculasbride Tue 15-Oct-13 22:25:30

I'm in the sw and only know one who is 2 and lovely. Hugo?

Mim78 Tue 15-Oct-13 21:08:17

Only 1 I think - and only know of that 1.

MrsJohnDeere Tue 15-Oct-13 19:18:37

SE

3 Henrys - aged 10, 7 and 8

(Zillions of Harrys ......)

Only know 1 Toby (aged 10)

racmun Tue 15-Oct-13 19:09:46

I'm in the SE and know 5 under 3- it is really popular round here

daughterofafarmer Tue 15-Oct-13 19:06:12

Thank you fenton

ginzillas Sun 13-Oct-13 21:20:31

Two littlies and a grown up one. We are in the South East.

Clargo55 Sun 13-Oct-13 19:10:54

SW here. Know two Henry's 2 months and 6 months old.

Fenton Wed 09-Oct-13 12:32:01

South East Coast here, one Henry in DS2's Y2 class, - that's it.

I like Honour too, how lovely.

MummyPig24 Wed 09-Oct-13 12:28:56

I know 1. He is nearly 6.

FloraPost Tue 08-Oct-13 22:46:03

I know 4 Henrys born in the last year - very popular.

CruCru Tue 08-Oct-13 18:38:54

I only know one - my DS (just turned 2).

daughterofafarmer Tue 08-Oct-13 18:36:08

Thanks everyone.

Would be Henry not Harry. I've been saying I for a week now and haven't dropped the 'H' however he's not here yet to bit hard to tell.

Family member has just called new puppy...Hamish! Typical

MyNameIsSuz Mon 07-Oct-13 19:13:07

I'm in Oxfordshire, so right in between SE and SW, and I know tons of Henrys about my age (so late 20s to early 30s) but no small Henrys. I have a 1 year old and know loads of babies, no Henrys. I disagree with the poster who said it would be tricky with Honor because you don't pronounce the H, I think that's why it would be ok - they don't sound as though they start with the same letter. I'm with your DH though, I love Hamish! And know no small Hamishes, one grown up one.

havatry Mon 07-Oct-13 19:05:08

I only know one and he's 38.

Ihatepeas Sun 06-Oct-13 21:48:30

I know one.. he is 2 and mostly called Harry.

Department Sun 06-Oct-13 20:08:05

Weird how as they get older they start to become "H" pronounced haitch.

People round 'ere can only say H when it's not supposed to be there!

Department Sun 06-Oct-13 20:06:39

I'm in SE, I know few Henrys and I know a hand-full of little boys called Enree to their friends and sometimes teachers shock

TheMumsRush Sun 06-Oct-13 19:54:42

One. My ds. 9 months smile

Smugfearnleyshittingstool Sun 06-Oct-13 19:50:09

We are in sw, ( glos) and there is only one in my ds school, none in my dd private school. I love the name! Harry is very popular though so some of the harrys may be Henry on paper and pushing the stats up.

It's a great mans name I think, cure for a little one but a proper name for later on.

I only know adult Toby's .

Its a nice name. Essex - i know about three under fives...

Humphrey?

daughterofafarmer Sat 05-Oct-13 21:51:30

grin

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