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Molly what?

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Page62 Sat 25-Jun-11 18:57:54

giving birth on Monday. The bump was called Molly from the start by my ds even before we knew it was a girl. The name has now grown on us but would like suggestions for a second name. We thought Molly Catherine but not so sure now. Thinking Molly Emily but is that too many y's?

Youremindmeofthebean Sat 25-Jun-11 19:00:36

Molly Catherine is nice.
Think Molly Emily is a bit y'y

Molly Luisa?
Molly Rosa
Molly Emilia?

I've got a Spanish theme there haven't I? Unintentional.

Molly Cate

maccie Sat 25-Jun-11 19:07:10

how very strange my dc2 called my bump molly too and we kinda got used to it. We went for molly anne in the end

SloganLogan Sat 25-Jun-11 20:17:32

Molly is quite nicknamey/informal so I'd go for a similar style of middle name, or at least a short-ish name. Catherine is too much of a contrast - it's long and quite "formal".

Molly Kate
Molly Jane
Molly Beth
Molly Tess

fit2drop Sat 25-Jun-11 20:40:33

Molly Beth is lovely

Molly Rae
Molly Sienna
Molly Jo
Molly rose

MelinaM Sat 25-Jun-11 20:47:00

I'd go for a longer and more formal middle name to go with Molly, a few suggestions for you:

Molly Alexandra
Molly Beatrice
Molly Eleanor
Molly Elizabeth
Molly Georgina
Molly Helena
Molly Isabelle
Molly Jemima
Molly Ophelia
Molly Paloma
Molly Rebecca
Molly Seraphina
Molly Valentina
Molly Victoria

BibiBelle Sat 25-Jun-11 22:03:09

Molly Kate is pretty

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UndiscoveredApprentice Sun 26-Jun-11 17:07:53

I am sure mollicate is Scottish slang, I think for givign a row, so not Molly Kate lol.

Molly Rose is nice.

TooManyBrownies Sun 26-Jun-11 20:28:07

DD is Molly. We considered Molly Rose but went with Molly Mary.

Ihavewelliesbuttheyrenotgreen Sun 26-Jun-11 22:04:34

I think you need a longer more 'solid' name to go with Molly as Molly is quite nickname like imo. Molly Emily has too many Ys imo. I think Molly Ann(e) is quite popular so perhaps something different. I really like Molly Catherine, also

Molly Elizabeth
Molly Louisa
Molly Rachael
Molly Amelia
Molly Frances
Molly Beatrice

I think middle names should mean something though, the name of a family member etc

SloganLogan Sun 26-Jun-11 22:09:59

Molly can be short for Mary, which would fit better with a formal middle name and you could use Molly as nickname. Mary Elizabeth, Mary Beatrice etc.

babychoochoo Sun 26-Jun-11 23:06:24

My DD2 is Molly Mae.

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