Carly Jasmine Hughes... Yay or Nay??

(28 Posts)
Sunshine511 Tue 12-Jan-16 17:26:35

Okay, so following on from a previous thread, i think my husband and I have finally agreed!!! Just want the seal of approval from you lovely ladies! Open to criticism too! We would rather hear it now than once we've actually named the baby! Thank you all x

DramaAlpaca Tue 12-Jan-16 17:27:18

Yay smile

mrsschu Tue 12-Jan-16 17:33:02

Very nice! Carly is lovely. Wouldn't usually be too keen on Jasmine but it sounds good all together smile.

IoraRua Tue 12-Jan-16 17:33:40

Lovely!

EverySecondCounts Tue 12-Jan-16 17:41:10

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Sunshine511 Tue 12-Jan-16 17:50:11

Oh no... The Chloe Jasmine thing hadn't crossed my mind 😬 x

Antisoc Tue 12-Jan-16 18:37:11

Lol, the Chloe Jasmine thing is verboten the teeniest bit relevant.

I think it's a lovely name.

Carly is so cool and I love the way it's a little different.

Ps you might want to get the thread deleted once you have your feedback if you are worried about your DD having an online footprint.

thanks

Antisoc Tue 12-Jan-16 18:37:34

Oops ignore typos

fluffypenguinbelly Tue 12-Jan-16 18:55:22

I'm sure a random Xfactor contestant will be forgotten exceptionally quickly!

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Tue 12-Jan-16 20:11:33

Gorgeous. It literally rolls off the tongue

nextusername Tue 12-Jan-16 20:13:17

Lovely combination of names.

SirChenjin Tue 12-Jan-16 20:19:31

I'm not a great fan of Carly - Carly Rae Jepsen and iCarly seem to feature in our house regularly, unfortunately. The other Carly I know is a horror - so I'm probably biased.

The 2 names go well together though smile

Sunshine511 Tue 12-Jan-16 21:17:17

Thanks for the feedback ladies. Much appreciated x

Sophronia Tue 12-Jan-16 23:59:49

Very nice. I love Jasmine.

looki Wed 13-Jan-16 00:32:38

When I was much younger, I loved the name Carly (it was the name of a character on Home & Away). TBH it wouldn't be to my taste these days and I prefer Yasmin to Jasmine.

unicornthong Wed 13-Jan-16 05:31:17

I don't really like Carly as a full name, too 'American' for my taste. I'd go for a 'proper' name on the BC and have Carly as a cute NN but with someone more formal to grow up with, maybe Charlotte or Caroline?

That said, I do know a 5yo Carly and she's a little doll.

unicornthong Wed 13-Jan-16 05:31:43

Something*, not someone!

Sunshine511 Wed 13-Jan-16 09:05:02

Thanks everyone. unicornthong, I already have a daughter called Keira Ruby and I felt that Carly works better with that than the longer alternatives, although Charlotte is a beautiful name smile

YouGottaKeepEmSeparated Wed 13-Jan-16 09:08:07

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Sunshine511 Wed 13-Jan-16 12:56:28

Oh no... Really? Any other opinions on whether this works with Keira?x

looki Wed 13-Jan-16 13:52:02

If they are near in age, personally I would go with a different first letter. However if there is a big enough gap between them, I don't think it makes much difference as its unlikely you will be calling them both at the same time or they will be attending the same activity etc.

Sunshine511 Wed 13-Jan-16 14:02:36

There will only be 2 years between them! Another name I like (and have just come across thanks to MN) is Adele! Does that work with Keira? Does it sound okay with last name Hughes?x

Sofiria Wed 13-Jan-16 14:06:39

I don't really like Carly as a full name either, I'm afraid. But Adele Jasmine is lovely!

Raines100 Wed 13-Jan-16 14:22:41

It's a small point. I wouldn't worry about it. Won't matter when they're adults. Actually, if you say Carly and Keira that way round, it flows well!

Carly Jasmine is fabulous. Do it!

Sunshine511 Wed 13-Jan-16 15:05:13

I'm so torn now!!! Is there an option where we can just not name the baby? lol. To say I've been finding this a struggle is a massive understatement!x

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