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Sonny for a boy?

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Keepontrudging Tue 23-Dec-14 17:20:29

I love, but many do not...

ocelot41 Tue 23-Dec-14 17:25:31

I am really sorry, am in the do not camp. But some people don't like the name we chose for our DC - you just have to pick what is right for you...

OftheTwilighttheDarkness Tue 23-Dec-14 17:27:34

I like it as a nn, how about Jackson - Sonny for short.

ellenjames Tue 23-Dec-14 17:33:03

It is dc2's middle name as dh wanted it but I really didn't like it for a first name

Bowlersarm Tue 23-Dec-14 17:34:44

I don't like it sorry, it sounds more like a noise than a name.

Andcake Tue 23-Dec-14 17:37:08

I think it's ok- but ( and I hate the deciding on nn before birth thing) but it's one of those names that if you use anything else you can later try it out as a nn

ralinax294 Tue 23-Dec-14 18:27:40

I love Sonny!

MehsMum Tue 23-Dec-14 18:37:52

Sounds like a nickname: I'm in the NO camp.

marne2 Tue 23-Dec-14 18:42:32

I love it.

CaulkheadUpNorth Tue 23-Dec-14 18:44:14

No.

lolalotta Tue 23-Dec-14 18:45:12

How is it pronounced?

MrsDeVere Tue 23-Dec-14 18:49:24

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

mildlymiffed Tue 23-Dec-14 18:50:11

No. Sounds like something that an old man would call a young chap- like Laddy.

CecyHall Tue 23-Dec-14 18:55:16

If I didn't have to consider DH's feelings then DS1 would have been Sonny. If I'd have chosen it is probably still like it but I'm much less keen now.

financialwizard Tue 23-Dec-14 18:59:53

My cousin is Salvatore. His nn is Sonny (don't know why because I'd have thought it would have been Sally).

thoughtsbecomethings Tue 23-Dec-14 19:04:53

Lovely name for a boy grin

Crownjewel Tue 23-Dec-14 19:10:23

Personally I wouldn't choose it for my DC but I do know a little Sonny, who suits his name down to the ground - a lovely, cheerful, sunny little chap! OP, if you like it, who gives a monkeys whether anyone else does or doesn't? He's your DC, not theirs - I say go for it.

soundedbetterinmyhead Tue 23-Dec-14 19:15:33

Nope - I wouldn't. Cute until he hits adolescence then he'll probably hate it. I suppose you could always give him the middle name Jim, then he could use that when he got past 11. But, just my opinion.

bubalou Tue 23-Dec-14 19:22:02

I would have said no ... however

Ds's friend at school has a little brother called Sonny. It's really cute and suits him well.

I don't go 'Eugh' when I say it like some of the kids names.

(Will not say them because parents with children of said names might take offence)

wink

ohmychrist Tue 23-Dec-14 19:22:13

Absolutely awful. Cringeworthy.

PandaNot Tue 23-Dec-14 19:23:51

I quite like it but it's my cat's name!

WheresMeJumperOhNo Tue 23-Dec-14 19:24:12

How about Samson, Sonny for short? Gives him the option to use Sam, also.

LizzieVereker Tue 23-Dec-14 19:28:39

I've taught several Sonnys - all delightful, without exception. It's a great name.

TheOriginalWinkly Tue 23-Dec-14 19:29:48

It makes me think of this song. That makes it a big no for me.

shakemysilliesout Tue 23-Dec-14 19:44:49

No, don't like. In the same box as buddy, teddy... Next it will be Sport.

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