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What names make you think of a sweet, pretty little Girl ?

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Mintymoomoo Thu 06-Feb-14 17:39:11

Basically that, what girls name would you associate with a sweet, pretty little girly girl???

I think Lucy and Alice but want more please

Saucia Thu 06-Feb-14 17:40:35


peppapigmustdie Thu 06-Feb-14 17:42:29


smother Thu 06-Feb-14 17:43:59

I agree, Lucy and Alice really do!!
Also Rosie, Felicity, Cecily, Elsie, Kitty.....

mum2jakie Thu 06-Feb-14 17:46:33

Amy, Poppy, Summer

Thrillybumsmum Thu 06-Feb-14 17:46:40


CecyHall Thu 06-Feb-14 17:48:38

Sally, Poppy, Daisy, Phoebe, Emily

ecuse Thu 06-Feb-14 17:50:50


Shallishanti Thu 06-Feb-14 17:52:11

but what if you don't have a sweet pretty little girl?
or even if you do, what when she grows up- a name is for life not just for christmas grin
high court judge test, people!

GlitzAndGiggles Thu 06-Feb-14 17:52:33

Delilah, Annabel, Isobel, Danielle, Lyla, Sophia

BabyStone Thu 06-Feb-14 17:53:45

Poppy, milly, molly, those kind of names

BobaFetaCheese Thu 06-Feb-14 17:54:15

Emily, Helena.

I have a very 'sweet' name, I was the least girly girl in my class at school.

Timetoask Thu 06-Feb-14 17:54:46


TheBookofRuth Thu 06-Feb-14 17:54:57

Grace, Emily, Sophie.

MrsBungle Thu 06-Feb-14 17:57:08

Daisy, Rosie, Molly, Molly, Gracie, Evie - those sort of 'cutesy' names.

nocomet Thu 06-Feb-14 17:59:21

hmm I'd out myself totally if I went into details, but sweet and girly isn't the first thing that comes to mind knowing several of those lists.

SomethingkindaOod Thu 06-Feb-14 18:08:48

My DD1 has a name on this thread, it wasn't chosen to be sweet and pretty, it's a family name we liked. It's a good job really because she isn't exactly a girly type girl at all! (Although she is quite pretty grin)
If there's a tree she's up it, she detests having her hair brushed and hates pamper type parties beyond all measure.
The cute names I could think of are Chalet School/1950's boarding school book type names:

Loveday, Helena, that type of thing.

TheBuskersDog Thu 06-Feb-14 18:12:07

Oh yes nocomet, I know girls with the OPs suggestions that definitely don't fit in the 'sweet' bracket, along with plenty of the other names posted.

1944girl Thu 06-Feb-14 18:16:54

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Cutesy... Anything ending in ie or hyphenated with Mae / Belle. But maybe you could go for full name and cute short?

ApplesAndStares Thu 06-Feb-14 18:24:51


curlew Thu 06-Feb-14 18:30:48

Bear in mind that an adult woman might not what to have a name that makes people think of a sweet pretty little girly girl.

And she may be 6ft tall, 15 stone and be a farrier.

Mintymoomoo Thu 06-Feb-14 19:04:55

Shallishsnti your totally right!

Reason I was asking is because in my experiance the only Lucy's and Alices I know are beautiful, girly loving people!

My first DD was going to be Lucy right up until the midwife passed her to me and said what's her name and I said I don't know and ndmed her 3 days later, she got a equally pretty name and is a stunning girl is also not a girly girl at all spent the first 5 years of her life naked in only weeklies digging up the garden and clubbing trees!!!!

CheesyBadger Thu 06-Feb-14 19:08:54

Double barrelled always sound super cute and girly to me eg


shippenhaguen Thu 06-Feb-14 19:12:18

Emma, Bella

Although I agree with poster who asks if you are certain you want a sweet name!?

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