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mummyloveslucy Thu 11-Oct-12 20:12:06


mummyloveslucy Sat 13-Oct-12 12:33:37

will do. wink

SirBoobAlot Sat 13-Oct-12 09:45:22

I mean you could call her that as a nickname - but don't actually put it on the birth certificate. Say the whole thing aloud, without thinking about "cute" potential..!

mummyloveslucy Sat 13-Oct-12 09:37:57

Oh, o.k. grin

SirBoobAlot Fri 12-Oct-12 19:58:48

Merryn Wren is ridiculous, please don't! She'll develop a nickname once she's here.

mummyloveslucy Fri 12-Oct-12 19:27:47

Does Merryn Wren go together? I quite like the nic name Merry-wren. grin

insancerre Fri 12-Oct-12 19:08:44

It's dd's name

mrstowers Fri 12-Oct-12 19:06:44

I think Merryn Alice is lovely.

mummyloveslucy Fri 12-Oct-12 18:52:37


mummyloveslucy Fri 12-Oct-12 17:36:35

Merryn Rose is nice.

mummyloveslucy Fri 12-Oct-12 17:30:38

Thanks everyone. smile We were going to use Ivy as a middle name, but my SIL has recently had a baby girl and used that as her middle name.

My boys name is Barnaby. smile

MoonHare Fri 12-Oct-12 14:50:28

Love both but Merryn has the edge.

What about Merryn Alice as you like both names?

Merryn Iris
Merryn Rose
Merryn Martha
Merryn Ivy
Merryn Esme
Merryn Sarah
Merryn Charlotte

CheungFun Fri 12-Oct-12 14:35:26

I like both <sits on the fence>

kerala Fri 12-Oct-12 14:31:04

Too many Alices definitely Merryn. Theres a rash of Alices round here it may be the new Eve.

MrsJohnDeere Fri 12-Oct-12 06:41:05


SomersetONeil Fri 12-Oct-12 06:32:35

Merryn. I always recommend it (amongst others) when people are looking for timeless, undateable names.

You can do better than Merryn May though - anything is more interesting than May in middle name terms. smile

vitaminC Thu 11-Oct-12 21:38:48

Oooh, Merryn is lovely smile

Alice has been done to death the past 15 years or so, so I would definitely choose Merryn!

HollyGoHeavily Thu 11-Oct-12 21:34:54

Both lovely but for me Alice has the edge - it's beautiful and classic.

exoticfruits Thu 11-Oct-12 21:31:30

Definitely Alice.

5madthings Thu 11-Oct-12 21:24:46

My dd is Merryn! She is 21mths and everyone comments on how its unusual and lovely!

Its cornish/old english and yes means joyfull and lighthearted. It is also linked to the sea as well. Its a lovely, lovely name smile

goinnowhere Thu 11-Oct-12 21:21:10

Alice. Definitely. Classy and classic and feminine but strong.

AvonCallingBarksdale Thu 11-Oct-12 21:12:28

Both lovely names, but have always loved Alice, so I'd go for that.

WineOhWhy Thu 11-Oct-12 21:11:47

I like both names. I am guessing from your name that DD1 is Lucy. I think Alice goes better if that matters to you, but merryn is more interesting.

Merryn Alice
Merryn faith
Merryn hope

What is your boy's name?

I have a Dneice Meryn, she is adorable. It's a lovely name.

BigWitchLegsInWailyTights Thu 11-Oct-12 21:05:52

Ooh Merryn! Lovely name! Really love that.

StateofConfusion Thu 11-Oct-12 21:03:59


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