Help! Baby girl due in Jan..

(16 Posts)
Charliejoe1 Sat 15-Oct-16 19:45:01

So we're due our baby girl In January and I'm absolutely struggling with a name 😣 we already have a Charlie so something to go with that would be great!
We have upto now
Sià (my name is sian)
Annie
Meadow

I must also point out the surname will be Macdonald 😂

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 15-Oct-16 19:52:56

Sherridan
Melissa
Clover
Annise
Danielle
Willow
Amber

Charliejoe1 Sat 15-Oct-16 20:04:33

Oh we had a willow actually 😊
We do want something kind of unusual I think too this time
I quite like Wynter

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 15-Oct-16 20:22:17

Hi Charlie, sorry Sweet, how about:
Autumn
Summer
Robyn
Holly
Ida
Rowan
Molly
Heidi
Zoe
Ruby
Opal

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 15-Oct-16 20:23:55

Charlie, Wynter is lovely, why not go with that 😄

HappydaysArehere Sat 15-Oct-16 21:04:00

Charlie Annie sounds a little odd as both end with the "ee" sound but Charlie Anne sounds right. The same with Holly, Ruby and Molly etc.

BarInSpace Sat 15-Oct-16 21:25:28

I vote for Annie, possibly as nickname for Anna, Annabel, Anastasia etc.

Sophronia Sat 15-Oct-16 22:32:26

I really like Annie

Charliejoe1 Sun 16-Oct-16 09:35:17

No our little boy is Charlie 😂 sorry for the confusion my first time on here!
I love Wynter but not sure Wynter Macdonald sounds right 🙈 I also love opal but I have a dad who would call her opal fruit he has that kind of sense of humour

We were having Luna but my boyfriends sister-in-law stole it 😑

MoonHare Sun 16-Oct-16 10:10:27

Meadow isn't much of a name. Don't like Wynter either, spelling it with a y doesn't help.
Annie is nice.
Cassidy, Darcy, Tansy, Iris?

Charliejoe1 Sun 16-Oct-16 10:15:07

I love Darcy but my friend has a little girl with that name,I work in a residential home so there is alot of iris which kind of puts me off..I like Annie and would be after my late nana but it just reminds me of a naughty girl and I don't know why ha!

manicinsomniac Sun 16-Oct-16 22:31:22

Really sorry to hear about your Willow flowers

I like Wynter (the sound anyway - would probably spell it conventionally, personally) but not sure it goes with Charlie - they're two extremes in the normalcy stakes really, aren't they.

If you want something unusual then how about a mainstream name that's just not particularly 'in fashion' right now?:

Amy, Alison, Annette, Ailsa, Bryony, Belinda, Bethan, Claire, Christina, Danielle, Emma, Eilidh, Esther, Fiona, Frances, Hannah, Harmony, Iona, Joanna, Jennifer, Juliet, Jocelyn, Jacqueline, Jodie, Kimberly, Kirsty, Kirsten, Laura, Leah, Megan, Miriam, Melanie, Melissa, Nicole, Nicola, Natasha, Paige, Ruth, Rebecca, Rachel, Rhiannon, Susannah, Sorrel, Tamsin, Tiffany, Victoria, Vanessa, Zoe

MotherofA Sun 16-Oct-16 22:34:57

What about Lois ? X

Loafingaround Mon 17-Oct-16 13:06:57

I love Sia

CourtJester Mon 17-Oct-16 15:31:24

From your list I like Annie (plus it goes nicely with Charlie)

Wynter and Meadow MacDonald sound a bit silly if you ask me.

Charlie and Serena MacDonald
Charlie and Bethan MacDonald
Charlie and Bailey MacDonald
Charlie and Matilda/Tilly MacDonald
Charlie and Tamsin MacDonald
Charlie and Tora MacDonald
Charlie and Cassie MacDonald
Charlie and Cosima MacDonald
Charlie and Coraline/Cora MacDonald
Charlie and Jemima MacDonald
Charlie and Primrose MacDonald
Charlie and Polly MacDonald
Charlie and Peyton MacDonald
Charlie and Keira MacDonald
Charlie and Harper MacDonald
Charlie and Flora MacDonald
Charlie and Una MacDonald
Charlie and Erin MacDonald
Charlie and Elise MacDonald
Charlie and Avril MacDonald

Charliejoe1 Wed 19-Oct-16 18:12:17

Thanks guys 😊😊 I think we have chosen Annie 😍 I can only see an Annie with dark hair though so we shall see what she looks like! Charlie was "George" all the way through pregnancy and suddenly became a Charlie when I had come round off all the gas and air 😂 so who knows!

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