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cupcake19992110436247 Mon 22-Oct-12 21:49:34

I love the name Mckenzie-blue. What does everyone else think of it xxx

PeazlyPops Mon 22-Oct-12 21:52:25

For a first name? Sounds like a surname to me.

GoSakuramachi Mon 22-Oct-12 21:55:02

Awful, mis-capitalised, non-name.

Shesaysso Mon 22-Oct-12 21:58:40

Souns like a pedigree dogs show name :/

Nicknamenotavailableeither Mon 22-Oct-12 22:00:13

Judgey-pants...sounds a bit common!

Mintyy Mon 22-Oct-12 22:02:29

Hmm, perhaps Ma'Kenzee-Blu wd b better 4 u hun lol xxxx

CanYouGetDownPlease Mon 22-Oct-12 22:04:21

I fink its well nice Hun at da end of da day it's your ill man so u call him whatever u like xxxxxxxxxx

TantrumsAndBalloons Mon 22-Oct-12 22:06:09

Ur bubba, ur choice hunni xxxx

Spero Mon 22-Oct-12 22:06:37

I do think the kindest thing a parent can do is give a child a name that isn't wacky. Just something simple which can grow with them - they can always have a more interesting nickname or pet name.

MikeLitorisBites Mon 22-Oct-12 22:08:12

I have recently made a christening cake with very similar names on.

Not nice imo.

Nicknamenotavailableeither Mon 22-Oct-12 22:08:19

Of course it's her choice, however it is still a common sounding name! Op was asking for opinions on the name, not permission to call her dc something.

scarlettsmummy2 Mon 22-Oct-12 22:08:44

People make assumptions of someone based on their name. For that reason I personally wouldn't use it.

MrsKwaHaHaHaAzii Mon 22-Oct-12 22:09:52


That is all grin

shoobidoo Mon 22-Oct-12 22:09:56

Have you already named you son this? Appears so from your profile.

Cahoots Mon 22-Oct-12 22:10:42

I don't like it at all, sorry sad

(you did ask confused)

TantrumsAndBalloons Mon 22-Oct-12 22:11:17

I was being sarcastic FFS

I wont bother next time.

No OP I don't like it. The first part looks like its spelt wrong. The second part is a colour


and I swear down if anyone actually thinks I would post like that seriously I will cry.

Nicknamenotavailableeither Mon 22-Oct-12 22:13:10

Wow! How was I supposed to know that you were being sarcastic??

LeeCoakley Mon 22-Oct-12 22:13:18

At school he will enviously look at Sam and Zoe finishing their work and going to play in the sand while he is still trying to write his name across the top of the paper grin

mayanna123 Mon 22-Oct-12 22:14:00

Why are you asking?

RonettePulaski Mon 22-Oct-12 22:14:01

Have you considered Ben or Tom OP?

lisaro Mon 22-Oct-12 22:14:34

It's actually Makkenzey-blu. grin

TantrumsAndBalloons Mon 22-Oct-12 22:14:55

Well-because people don't actually post things like that unless they are taking the piss?
Because this is mumsnet, not the sparkly site grin

Spero Mon 22-Oct-12 22:15:33

You need to read the chapter in Freakonomics about the implications of 'unique' names.

ThompsonTwins Mon 22-Oct-12 22:16:34

I presume the name has come from the Tina Wells books. Four syllables - the sound is rather clumsy. If you have a surname that is more than one syllable, the name could be a veritable mouthful. Every time your daughter gave her name she would have to spell it and explain it. This could be embarrassing and become tedious for her. Do you really love the name or are you just trying to be original? Mackenzie is generally a surname. Choosing a name you like is important but will your daughter want to be the focus of attention every time she gives her name?

akaemmafrost Mon 22-Oct-12 22:17:06

I like Blue as the second name. Not McKenzie though.

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