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fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 17:39:17

Any thoughts for a baby born in, well, midsummer? grin

PurpleDaisies Sat 13-Jun-15 17:41:37

I think Summer is a really pretty name.

fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 17:42:17

Thank you - I think it goes nicely with DD1's name.

NomiMalone Sat 13-Jun-15 17:42:33

I think it's lovely smile .

MagpieCursedTea Sat 13-Jun-15 17:43:44

Love it!

fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 17:48:15

Oh, thank you! I thought it would have 'ugh!' responses! I was tentatively thinking Summer, Skye or Seren(a).

NomiMalone Sat 13-Jun-15 17:49:31

That's funny. When I read Summer in your OP I immediately thought of Skye as well grin.

Also fab.

purplemurple1 Sat 13-Jun-15 19:27:29

Sorry but its a bit to out there for me, ok as a nickname for a kid but as an adult -your lawyer,surgeon, etc I'd find it strange tbh.

Missdee2014 Sat 13-Jun-15 19:29:33

I think it's a pretty name. Although I know a wee girl called Summer and she's the most horrid wee girl about.

GlitzAndGigglesx Sat 13-Jun-15 19:41:23

I like it I was thinking of using it for one of my summer twins but dp pulled a face at it sad. Serena is lovely

scarletforya Sat 13-Jun-15 19:55:14

Gorgeous. Love the word, everything about it.

MyFirstName Sat 13-Jun-15 20:01:11

I didn't realise this was Baby Names to start with and looked out of the window and was about to say "Yep, I agree - it appears to not have arrived yet".

On the name front - lovely. Though only, only, only if she is born in, well, the summer. Have a friend whose DD was born in January and they called her summer. Can I admit to a childish snigger every year on her birthday...

Chchchchangeabout Sat 13-Jun-15 20:03:33

I love it and would have used it if I'd had the chance.

Chchchchangeabout Sat 13-Jun-15 20:05:13

I like it as it's a strong female name. The sun is both positive and powerful. Some female names I think are pretty but a bit whimsical - eg Daisy is lovely but Prime Minister Daisy sounds wrong somehow.

Twistedheartache Sat 13-Jun-15 20:07:09

I love it & Autumn (not for summer born) - but hate Skye. Def didn't go with surname for me though

fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 20:24:42

I like Winter smile don't think DH would let me have that though!

Sophronia Sat 13-Jun-15 20:46:43

I prefer it as a middle name.

EllaBella1 Sat 13-Jun-15 20:47:03

Summer is chavvy in my area. Sorry OP. I am sure it is a nice name in other areas

Barefoot789 Sat 13-Jun-15 20:49:47

I like it too.

fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 21:18:23

Thank you smile

I like nature names but I'm not keen on many flower names apart from poppy.

Artandco Sat 13-Jun-15 21:24:54

I don't really like summer

Similar vibe:


fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 21:26:18

Not really keen on any of them sorry, other than sienna but I wouldn't use that as it is a bit 'modern' due to sienna miller!

fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 21:46:55

I did wonder about Juliet, if she arrives in July, which I hope she will. Or is it just too 'shakespeare'?

JakeyBurd Sat 13-Jun-15 22:04:51

Juliet is a lovely option if you want to link her name to the time of birth. My July niece was named Julie, although that's a bit 70s now.

Summer is a gorgeous name though - I used to envy a TV character with that name, especially as she was stunningly gorgeous too.

fiveacres Sat 13-Jun-15 22:06:34

I was thinking possibly Juliet Rosalind smile

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