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Does Tabitha go with our sur name?

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Emmabombemma Mon 07-Oct-13 08:20:57

I love the name Tabitha but can't decide if it sounds ok with 'Taylor'. What do you think? Oh and Please don't tell me it's a cat's name - it isn't! wink

Emmabombemma Fri 18-Oct-13 07:36:42

Thanks Tiffany. Yes we're avoiding A and I initials! ;-)

We've not told anyone about our names (both boys and girls as we are team yellow) in case someone puts us off. Once we've done it they will all just have to get bloody used to it won't they! Ha.

TiffanyAtBreakfast Wed 16-Oct-13 16:30:42

Thinking about it, you might not want an 'A' middle name either unless you don't mind her being TAT! wink

TiffanyAtBreakfast Wed 16-Oct-13 16:29:26

Tabitha Taylor.
Tabby Taylor
Tabs Taylor.

All really lovely and roll off the tongue smile

As a side - We're not seriously TTC yet but I stupidly told my parents I liked Tabitha and my DDad turned up his nose immediately which has spoilt it for me lol

Lesson learnt!

Emmabombemma Tue 08-Oct-13 18:06:14

Ha ha staceysmum I did think that when I was saying the names in my head!

stacysmom Tue 08-Oct-13 17:54:58

Are you me?! Our Tabitha has one of those middle names and it's a great name to say when disciplining!

BettyBi0 Tue 08-Oct-13 05:41:21

I love the name Tabitha and think it sounds great with your surname when said in full. However there was a girl at my school whose initials were TT and everyone called her Titty or Tits for short.

So make sure she has a great middle initial too!

BoreOfWhabylon Tue 08-Oct-13 00:13:06

Good choices! grin

Emmabombemma Mon 07-Oct-13 23:36:31

Ha ha bore that made me laugh grin. We are thinking of Jane or Rose for a middle name x

Unexpected Mon 07-Oct-13 23:34:16

Have just googled and there is an "actress" called Tabitha Taylor. Not sure your daughter would particularly want to be associated with her but she'll have retired (or deflated) by the time your dd is old enough to be googling her own name!

Doinmummy Mon 07-Oct-13 23:30:04

Yes , def think about what her initials will be.

My DD is ARS!!

Ham69 Mon 07-Oct-13 23:25:00

Fab. Love the full name and NN, both flow beautifully.
Agree with Bore though. Don't call her Tabitha Isobel, Tabitha Isla, etc. grin

SaucyJack Mon 07-Oct-13 22:35:57

Very glam!

BoreOfWhabylon Mon 07-Oct-13 22:35:30

Love it. Just make sure any middle name doesn't begin with 'I'.

boardingschoolbaby Mon 07-Oct-13 22:31:09

I know a tabby Taylor and she is fab. I've always thought it was a lovely flowing name.

elcranko Mon 07-Oct-13 22:24:10

Really like it, sounds great!

Emmabombemma Mon 07-Oct-13 20:26:26

Thanks everyone. I know you can't please everyone when it comes to names but I really appreciate your honesty and feedback. Think we might go for it smile x

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Bowlersarm Mon 07-Oct-13 19:54:36

It's lovely.

You have to be prepared for Tab/Tabby from her mates though. Just in case. It may not happen, but if it does you have absolutely no control.

Alisvolatpropiis Mon 07-Oct-13 19:53:07

I think it sounds great. One of instances in which alliteration sounds really good.

Coupon Mon 07-Oct-13 19:51:20

I don't really like alliterative names so not keen, sorry.

Squeakygate Mon 07-Oct-13 12:59:57

I dont normally like first and surnames beginning with the same letter at all but it's not too bad.

stacysmom Mon 07-Oct-13 12:43:00


But then I have a Tabitha too, so I might be biased! wink

KatyPutTheCuttleOn Mon 07-Oct-13 12:39:16

Sounds good to me. I've never met a cat called Tabitha Taylor either.

Emmabombemma Mon 07-Oct-13 12:34:17

Hmmm silence. You can be honest with me...

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