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Rory, Seth or Robin?

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birdofthenorth Sat 01-Nov-14 22:01:32

These are our current main contenders for DC3. Any views? Thanks in advance.

KatoPotato Sat 01-Nov-14 22:04:03

Robin! I have a Robin, he's amazing

birdofthenorth Sat 01-Nov-14 22:07:03

Aw, bless his cotton fangs smile Does he get nicknames or mostly stay Robin?

Zamboni Sat 01-Nov-14 22:08:00

I have a Seth. Seems to be universally hated on here but I love it.

Tanukisan Sat 01-Nov-14 22:08:02

Robin! Great name!

KatoPotato Sat 01-Nov-14 22:11:21

Sometimes nursery used to spell it with a 'Y' but they were dafties.

Just Robin, or Robaloba-lino!

Currently pg with number 2, I do like Seth for a boy!

birdofthenorth Sat 01-Nov-14 22:23:07

Is Seth hated on here? Why- because it's a bit Emmerdale?

Dinosaursdontgrowontrees Sat 01-Nov-14 22:29:40

Robin! Love it.

squoosh Sat 01-Nov-14 22:30:49

I would have said yes to Seth before I started working with a really irritating one.

Now I say Rory as I know lots of cool adult Rorys.

Robin is nice though, especially gummy Robin at the start of the thread.

DramaAlpaca Sat 01-Nov-14 22:31:18

Rory is the only one I like out of the three.

SophieBarringtonWard Sat 01-Nov-14 22:32:39

Love Robin. It's on my list for DC3 (we have similar tastes I think, I remember an earlier thread). Rory is also good. Seth is Cold Comfort Farm for me, wouldn't pick it personally but it's a nice enough name.

Lewismummy2202 Sat 01-Nov-14 22:33:08

I like Seth, but my mum has warned me off it because of emmerdale!! Probably should ignore that though!

squoosh Sat 01-Nov-14 22:38:55

I don't think there has been a Seth on Emmerdale since the 80's.

TheWhispersOfTheGods Sat 01-Nov-14 23:29:20

All 3 are fab! I prefer Seth, no real reason why. Definitely have no soap connotations to it. Can't use it myself as it causes lisp-inception with our surname, which is a pity. Fil was called Robin, he was always just Robin, even his brother called him Robin. I know a Rory who always gets Ror anyway - no way of guessing nicknames imo.

Leeds2 Sat 01-Nov-14 23:42:28

I wouldn't choose any of them.

Blu Sat 01-Nov-14 23:59:20

All 3 are fab.

Sophronia Sat 01-Nov-14 23:59:51

Robin! Seth is ok, but I'm not keen on Rory.

moxon Sun 02-Nov-14 06:19:36

I love Robin. Not used enough on boys IMO. Do it!

ImBrian Sun 02-Nov-14 07:17:48

I like Seth as well.

nannynome Sun 02-Nov-14 07:26:51

I have a Robin smile he is 10 months. We get a lot of compliments on his name plus I only know 2 others (one is 30 and the other 60 something) which is partly why we liked it!

devoncreamtea Sun 02-Nov-14 08:18:59

I love Robin and Seth - Rory is nice but doesn't jump out as 'great names' like the other two.

I also like Rowan, which maybe fits with your list?

Robin has such lovely images - are you due in Winter?

Seth feels outdoorsy and carpenter-ish, which I love in a boys name.

longestlurkerever Sun 02-Nov-14 08:31:22

I love all three though I have always wondered if Robin might be a bit cutesy for a grown man (though guess they can be rob). I love Seth but agree it seems to be disliked on here - something about hellfire preachers which is odd as mist old testament names are popular. Rory is nice but somehow quite difficult to say and possibly more likely to come acl others in the class

birdofthenorth Sun 02-Nov-14 20:25:02

Thanks all. I am drawn to Seth the most strongly. Problem is it's similar to my nephew's name so may need a chat with SIL to see if she's be offended or fear confusion!

peacypops Sun 02-Nov-14 20:38:22

I have a one year old Robin and we get lots of compliments on his name. Not too many of them around yet not too unusual. My robin is such a smiley little soul. We don't shorten it to anything (yet) although he gets called bobbins quite a lot by his siblings!

Zamboni Sun 02-Nov-14 21:39:39

There was a thread the other day about loathed names and Seth featured quite prominently but IRL I have always had loads of compliments about it.

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