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ohmygoshtake2yay Fri 25-Jan-13 11:16:13

dh loves casper and i like it too just abit worried people may laugh or think its strange.

any thoughts welcome.

thanks in advance x

poohbearrules Fri 25-Jan-13 11:19:24

Casper the friendly ghost. But if you love it, go for it.

Happyasapiginshite Fri 25-Jan-13 11:20:53

<<It's my dog's name>>

willyoulistentome Fri 25-Jan-13 11:21:43

Really nice - classy. DS2 has a good friend called Casper. I like him too.

Or CaspAr? Two ways to spell? Both nice!

willyoulistentome Fri 25-Jan-13 11:22:16

Happy - you have a classy dog!

Happyasapiginshite Fri 25-Jan-13 11:23:54

Indeed I do grin

StuckOnARollercoaster Fri 25-Jan-13 11:33:30

This has recently hit my radar and I really like it. We have pretty much decided on a name if the bump is a little boy, so this is already on the list for any potential number 2 child that is also a little boy!

We're currently keen on Sebastian, but called Seb, and would go for a second boy with the Kasper spelling with a nickname of Kas/Kaz. (Short names go really well with our ridiculously long surname but I would like them to have the full versions on their birth certificate, official docs and to use if they want to when they are older)

I get the friendly ghost connection but most names are going to have some sort of connection to either something in popular culture, family or friends so I'm not too worried about it.

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Fri 25-Jan-13 23:29:28

Love it.

Mellymog Sat 26-Jan-13 10:41:14

I taught a Casper a few years ago and he was a really lovely young man.

emalushka Sat 26-Jan-13 10:42:39

Love it. Love it. Go for it.

GW297 Sat 26-Jan-13 11:45:13

I like it!

Starsandcars Sat 26-Jan-13 17:01:28

Completely biased but its a beautiful name!

Mog37 Sat 26-Jan-13 18:50:19

A family member has recently used Casper for her little boy. It's definitely grown on me now but must admit that we're finding it hard not to refer to him as "the friendly baby". But the film was years ago and I don't suppose it'll be on the radar of anyone he grows up with so if you like the name you should use it.

5madthings Sat 26-Jan-13 18:52:44

Love it, its my nephews name smile

Bazinga12 Sat 26-Jan-13 18:56:02

Love it, although I have one so may be bit biased.

mellowcat Sat 26-Jan-13 18:57:56

Really like it but slightly prefer Caspian

5madthings Sat 26-Jan-13 19:30:09

My nephew is Caspar rather than Casper tho.

Rowan1204 Sat 26-Jan-13 21:34:58

I really like it! considering it for one of our twins. only thing is my in-laws parrot is called casper. hmmm.

Daiso Sun 27-Jan-13 10:59:18

Absolutely love it.
This has been my favourite name for about 4 years now but my hubby is not keen so we went with another much loved name for our now 14mth old.

TheWave Sun 27-Jan-13 13:47:32

I like it too. Good choice.

Rhubarbgarden Sun 27-Jan-13 19:16:49

I like it. I don't think anyone will think you are strange; there are plenty around.

Gioulu Sun 27-Jan-13 19:33:45

I love the name! It always makes me think of Danes, for some reason.

DaveMccave Tue 29-Jan-13 12:30:34

I adore it. Was top of my boy list 6 years ago but I had a daughter. Very recently I've heard it crop up a few times, one was the mum from 16 kids and countings last baby (all her others very popular names). I am gutted as I think it may be one that picks up rapidly in popularity before I get a chance to use it.

Sasparillo Tue 29-Jan-13 13:52:32

Caspar the friendly ghost! That's what I thought of straight away, I agree with one of the other pp's Caspian is nicer but I know of one little Caspian & he's referred to as Cassie (a bit girly for my liking) xx

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