brother for louie

(57 Posts)
bLooming2 Mon 30-Dec-13 22:25:49

nothing is sticking I like old fashion names or unusual smile

bLooming2 Wed 01-Jan-14 19:03:24

thanks for suggestions love how mumsnet turns everything into a debate I have a LOUIE and thats the way I like to spell it he also likes donald duck grin might call his brother mickey wink

Mrscupcake23 Wed 01-Jan-14 19:08:20

Blooming just wondering if your Louie does have an uncle Donald ?

bLooming2 Wed 01-Jan-14 19:10:56

ha ha no he doesn't he has an uncle danny is that close enough he sometimes quacks too and his grandad does a great impression of donald grin

Mrscupcake23 Wed 01-Jan-14 19:19:15

Well if you had spelt his name right he would be talking and not quacking ,,,

RedToothBrush Wed 01-Jan-14 20:40:23

Wow some of you are rude.

I have a friend whose son spells Louie the say way as the OP. BOTH are correct.

Alisvolatpropiis Wed 01-Jan-14 20:45:20

Louie is Loo-ee

So is Louis.

There was no King Loo-iss of France was there confused

Louie and Rafe
Louie and Thomas
Louie and Rex

Theonlyoneiknow Wed 01-Jan-14 21:04:37

Wow, well restrained OP! Your title had how you spell your DS's name yet some posters took it upon themselves to change it for you because they didn't like it, mmmmmm.

Anyway, I like the following names with Louie :

Josh
Rion
Jay
Daniel
Joseph
Nathan
Devin
Lachlan
Owen
Logan

Thirdtimemum3 Wed 01-Jan-14 21:07:55

I know a Louie and Reuben. Think they go nicely! But most names go with Louie really!

Mrscupcake23 Wed 01-Jan-14 21:39:53

Louie and jack go nice. Louie and Oscar sound nice too.

PenguinsDontEatStollen Wed 01-Jan-14 22:27:54

I know two Louie/Louis with brothers Reueben and Jude respectivelysmile

Lebkuchenlover Wed 01-Jan-14 23:40:05

I like Louie. I would pronounce it Lou-ee. How about Max, Tristan or Dylan?

The Louis I know pronounces his name Lou-is, as do the citizens of St Louis in the US.

hoppinghare Wed 01-Jan-14 23:46:09

I love louie. You'll need a good name to go with it. Louie and sam. I know sam is a lot more popular but they sound great together.

sleepingbeautiful Thu 02-Jan-14 06:32:04

bloody hell some rude people on this thread! Glad to see some pleasant, well-mannered people responding though, and good on you OP for taking it how you did!
Louie and Milo
Louie and Cole
Louie and Philip (Pip)
Louie and Drew
Louie and Jack (or Jackson)
Louie and Frank

Mrscupcake23 Thu 02-Jan-14 18:46:57

Ooh I like Louie and Drew

Skrifa Fri 03-Jan-14 06:02:14

I know a Louie. Louie and Finn.
Louie and Robin.
Louie and Callum.
Louie and Joseph
Louie and Xavier
Louie and Quinn
Louie and Theodore
Louie and Gabriel
Louie and Jacob
Louie and Seth
Louie and Emmett
Louie and Elliott
Louie and Alfred
Louie and Oliver
Louie and Harris

catinboots Fri 03-Jan-14 06:06:12

My DNephews are Louis and Edward

catinboots Fri 03-Jan-14 06:07:27

Oh, and they pronounce it Loo-eee

BananaHammocks Fri 03-Jan-14 07:26:22

Louie is actually now a marginally more popular spelling than Louis.

Nataleejah Fri 03-Jan-14 19:21:52

Giles? Arnold? Sebastian?

mrssmith79 Fri 03-Jan-14 19:24:50

Arlo? Milo? Frank (after my brand new Celebrity Mastermind crush)

ApplesAndStares Fri 03-Jan-14 19:48:14

Louie and Rod

HomeHypno Sat 04-Jan-14 14:02:28

I propose Jules (this is a name I plan to use if we ever have a boy), Rory or Hugo.

wigglesrock Sat 04-Jan-14 14:14:11

Nicholas
Myles
David
Michael
Matthew
Joseph
Ethan

LynetteScavo Sat 04-Jan-14 14:22:05

I'm just shock at this thread!!!

The OP must be thinking MN is full of numb headed idiots!

FWIW, most of the names I think go with LOUIE have already been mentioned.

Rufus?

Otis?

Jonas?

Max?

Theresomethingaboutdairy Sat 04-Jan-14 20:25:17

Louie and Henry or Louie and Edward.

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