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Middle name: Blake or Craig?

(15 Posts)
VictoriaaaJohnsonnn Sun 08-Nov-15 17:04:35

Oliver Blake or Oliver Craig?

DramaAlpaca Sun 08-Nov-15 17:06:20

My preference would be Oliver Blake, but both are nice.

Which do you think sounds best with your surname?

PacificDogwod Sun 08-Nov-15 17:07:17

I don't dislike Blake but love Craig; mainly because of its meaning. Who'd not like a man with a name that means 'rock'? Love it.

timelytess Sun 08-Nov-15 17:07:30

Blake is not a real name, please don't use it. Craig is far better. Oliver Charles would be better still.

EDisFunny Sun 08-Nov-15 17:07:31

Blake is much better than Craig.

PacificDogwod Sun 08-Nov-15 17:09:29

Nice mix of opions grin - go with whatever YOU like and ignore us lot thanks

GothJoose Sun 08-Nov-15 17:13:53

No one uses Craig any more - I miss it. Have Craig Oliver I'm so helpful

Focusfocus Sun 08-Nov-15 17:14:15

We've just used Blake as middle name after the poet William Blake - whose work is something my mum is a n expert on and teaches in her field. So our us Blake carries a personal meaning and a tie to Britain for our British Indian baby.

It's pretty real for us.

VictoriaaaJohnsonnn Sun 08-Nov-15 17:16:31

Our surname is Johnson and I think they both go? It's so hard!

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sun 08-Nov-15 17:25:32

Blake is a nicer name but Craig goes better.

celtictoast Sun 08-Nov-15 19:11:47

Craig

Sophronia Mon 09-Nov-15 00:14:17

Oliver Craig goes very well.

squoosh Mon 09-Nov-15 00:38:41

Blake.

Craig is a bit 'rubbbish 1980s popstar'.

DeepBlueLake Mon 09-Nov-15 05:44:42

Blake by a long shot.

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Mon 09-Nov-15 08:27:32

Oh BJ

Craig!

Craig is rock!

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