Lucy, Rose, Isobel or Naomi?

(24 Posts)
Tattyjet Fri 08-Apr-16 21:11:52

Help me choose! Thanks very much. Any other suggestions welcome too!

Paddletonio Fri 08-Apr-16 21:15:15

It would be Lucy for me, such a beautiful classic name, not faddy.

HerRoyalNotness Fri 08-Apr-16 21:18:56

I like all of them! Do you have a mn already?

Lucy Isobel
Naomi Rose

AutumnRose1988 Fri 08-Apr-16 21:19:16

Lucy - classic and underused at the moment.
Rose - lovely to hear as a first name instead of postfixing.
Isobel - beautiful but very overused.
Naomi - loving a bit of 90s chic.

My verdict - Rose flowers
Timeless and unusual as first name :-)

youknowwhattodo Fri 08-Apr-16 21:21:12

Lucy or Rose for me. I love Lucy Rose smile

dillydontdally Fri 08-Apr-16 21:27:37

They are all lovely, but I think that Rose is beautiful and underused as a first name so that gets my vote smile

MajesticWhine Fri 08-Apr-16 21:34:13

Lucy

Sophronia Fri 08-Apr-16 22:25:18

Naomi

Tattyjet Fri 08-Apr-16 22:37:00

Thanks everyone! Mn is decided - but didn't want it to influence first name choice as it's been chosen for family reasons. It goes fine with them all though! Thanks for your opinions.

septembersunshine Sat 09-Apr-16 09:44:54

We have a Lucy Isabelle - she is 6 years old and awesome smile Lucy used to get called Cece by her brother when she was a baby/toddler! Expecting a baby in August and for a middle name we are thinking about Rosa (or Eva - decisions, decisions!!). I would go for 1) Lucy 2) Rose

Isobel is fine. Naomi sounds like a harder mixture of syllables to pronounce then most other names and does not roll out easily - when you have to say it again and again - (just me though I'm sure). Lucy has a friend called Naomi and I must have heard it pronounced Nay-me (and other variants) a hundred times. You would have trouble shortening this too (if you wanted). It's fine though.

cheapandcheerful Sat 09-Apr-16 10:00:55

Rose!

crapfatbanana Sat 09-Apr-16 10:06:00

Lucy - lovely
Rose - also lovely
Isobel - overused at the moment
Naomi - lovely Biblical name, but can have pronunciation issues.

I'd pick Lucy.

MontserratCaballe Sat 09-Apr-16 10:15:18

I have a Lucy and thought there would be loads of them, but I don't know any others. She is 11 and I don't know any younger ones in her brother and sisters' circle of friends.

Rose and Isobel v popular round here. Not that that would put me off but we have Isobel B, Isobel M and Izzy H in one class.

Naomi lovely but could annoy you if you want it pronounced in a particular way. Are you intending Nay -O - mi or a NAY-o - mi? I suspect people might go for both so if this will annoy you it is something to bear in mind.

JasperDamerel Sat 09-Apr-16 10:19:03

Lucy. Pretty, classic, not used much these days, AND Queen of Narnia!

applecatchers36 Sat 09-Apr-16 10:25:52

All lovley names hard to pick favourite but might go Lucy or Rose.

Isobel gorgeous but very popular at moment.
Naomi slightly less keen on....

hownottofuckup Sat 09-Apr-16 10:42:56

Lucy - I think it's a beautiful name.

NoahVale Sat 09-Apr-16 10:47:14

love them all, Naomi might be slightly less popular if that persuades you?

Cosycottage4 Sat 09-Apr-16 14:58:45

I have a Naomi Rose, so I'm biased :-)

Bajanella Sun 10-Apr-16 17:48:23

We had Lucy, Rose and Isabella on our short list. We chose Lucy.

ABitAsleep Mon 11-Apr-16 11:04:48

Lucy or Naomi! Defintley

jellybeans Tue 12-Apr-16 15:58:50

All these are really nice but I prefer Lucy.

Gardencentregroupie Tue 12-Apr-16 16:00:28

My almost 2 year old is Lucy, so that has to get my vote. I'm enjoying all the Lucy love on this thread.

NoncommittalToSparkleMotion Tue 12-Apr-16 16:01:10

Rose! My absolute favourite name, dd's middle. I love her first name, but Rose!

Citygirl12345 Tue 12-Apr-16 16:44:53

Lucy Rose is lovely.

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