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bLooming2 Thu 13-Feb-14 23:21:16

What do people think ? smile

Innogen Thu 13-Feb-14 23:26:18

I dislike it very much. To faddy for my taste.

Middleagedmotheroftwo Thu 13-Feb-14 23:31:15

I just think Logan's Run.

TheLostPelvicFloorOfPoosh Thu 13-Feb-14 23:32:15

I love it. Or at least, I did, until a small one moved in down the road from us, whose name seems to be screeched out Kyle Style everytime I pass the house.

Magix Thu 13-Feb-14 23:33:38

Very popular around here . There are 3 in my 8yo DDs class and more in the school I think . I don't dislike it but it's to popular for me .

I prefer Lucas although still quite popular .

DorothyGherkins Thu 13-Feb-14 23:35:10

Loganberry.

Only1scoop Thu 13-Feb-14 23:37:13

Don't like at all sorry

bLooming2 Thu 13-Feb-14 23:37:18

Magix were abouts in England are you I herd it on a film and thought that's a bit different funny how names are popular 1 place and not in another x

intheround Thu 13-Feb-14 23:42:25

Port Logan South West Scotland .
As a boys name I quite like it tho.

Leeds2 Thu 13-Feb-14 23:44:05

No.

Magix Fri 14-Feb-14 00:18:49

I'm actually in Scotland

EugenesAxe Fri 14-Feb-14 00:53:48

I don't like it and I like it even less because it belongs to a rather violent toddler I know.

StumbledintoMayhem Fri 14-Feb-14 00:54:03

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

MummyBeerest Fri 14-Feb-14 00:59:01

I actually really like it. But it's very popular here.

CouthyMow Fri 14-Feb-14 01:05:06

Is a lovely name.

<<Biased>>

When almost 12yo DS1 was named Logan, it was nowhere near as popular as it is now. It's in the top 100 names now.

I wouldn't chose it now, for that reason (I prefer more uncommon names, not made up names, just not frequently used ones). BUT it is a lovely name, and it really suits my DS1.

CouthyMow Fri 14-Feb-14 01:07:45

grin DS1's dad chose his name as DS1 didn't look like the Rhys we had chosen whilst I was pregnant. He suggested Logan in the delivery suite, and it seemed to suit. It was only after DS1's birth was registered, outside the registry office, that my ex-DH admitted he had chosen that name because of Wolverine...who is now DS1's favourite superhero!

MooseBeTimeForSnow Fri 14-Feb-14 01:50:28

I know a delightful Logan. He has a mini me brother called Wyatt.

NinjaCow Fri 14-Feb-14 02:12:15

I don't really like the sound of Logan. I know a sweet lad called it though, his brothers are Leyton, Asher and Lucas.

ShadowFall Fri 14-Feb-14 15:14:48

I liked Logan too.

But DH said that no way would he be letting me name his DS after Wolverine (X-Men).

pilates Fri 14-Feb-14 15:30:19

Dislike, sorry

squoosh Fri 14-Feb-14 20:30:21

It's quite Home and Away-ish

MrsJoeHart Fri 14-Feb-14 20:32:00

Are you American?

natandmat Fri 14-Feb-14 20:37:48

I like it!

lljkk Fri 14-Feb-14 20:52:39

I knew one who must be 12yo now, and there is another in DS y1 class now, so probably 6.
It's fine by me. No weirder than Harrison or Jack.

lljkk Fri 14-Feb-14 20:54:29

how funny with the American slur! The boy called Logan who I knew who is now 12, his mum was very active in local NCT, had a DD called Georgia, about as English as you can get! The mum of the 5/6yo Logan at school sneers a bit at me (perhaps because I am American so not good enough for her).

Gawd, the English can be snobs about anything, can't you?

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