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Autumn in Spring...?

(10 Posts)
pinkpeoniesplease Fri 07-Mar-14 16:12:51

What are your thoughts on using Autumn (as mn in my case) for a Spring baby?

Similarly using April/May for a baby not born in that month? Not planning on using these but I guess the principal is the same!

CarCiKoTab Fri 07-Mar-14 16:26:05

Personally I don't think it matters what you call your children and when. If someone made a point of saying oh know you can't do that I'd do it all the more LOL but that's just me.

HahaHarrie Fri 07-Mar-14 19:38:39

I wouldn't do it, but plenty of people do. Friends called their daughter Augusta and she was born in January. The name itself doesn't mean August but they got fed up with all the comments and having to explain themselves.

For a Spring baby how about a flower name? Violet, Rose, Lily, Primrose, Iris, Daisy, Capucine etc., etc. (presuming they all flower in Spring?!) and my favourite Flora.

squoosh Fri 07-Mar-14 20:07:13

Well I'm guessing she was conceived in the autumn?

Innogen Fri 07-Mar-14 20:23:18

I wouldn't bat an eyelid.

BlueChampagne Fri 07-Mar-14 21:39:50

Was going to say no till I saw squoosh's comment!

aGirlDownUnder1 Fri 07-Mar-14 21:49:26

I think it would be fine and I personally wouldn't care. Autumn is a lovely name btw

pinkpeoniesplease Sat 22-Mar-14 05:55:14

Hadn't thought of that Squoosh!

sarahquilt Sat 22-Mar-14 10:04:37

I like the name Autumn.

AFishCalledBarry Sat 22-Mar-14 10:07:02

I know a Summer born in October. As far as I know no one ever bats an eyelid.

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