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MindfulBear Sun 10-Apr-16 00:00:59

Help!
Not long to go now and we don't have a shortlist of names for this little girl.... Any suggestions? Something beautiful, strong, a little bit rare..., I would rather she wasn't 1 of 10 Kate's at school!

DS is a Theodore, called Teddy. (When we had him we knew no Theodores nor Teddy's.... Seems there are many around here now tho!)

Surname is double barrelled.

StrumpersPlunkett Sun 10-Apr-16 00:04:33

Natasha

YouSay Sun 10-Apr-16 00:06:12

Vivienne

scotsgirl64 Sun 10-Apr-16 00:10:26

Isabelle

scotsgirl64 Sun 10-Apr-16 00:10:59

Isabelle

TheTartOfAsgard Sun 10-Apr-16 00:11:45

Connie

AngharadTheSplendid Sun 10-Apr-16 04:55:45

I love Teddy and if this bump is a boy that will be his name. We have a Vivienne and I think they are lovely together.

Theodore and Vivienne
Teddy and Vivi

manicinsomniac Sun 10-Apr-16 05:07:59

Theodore/Teddy and ...

Astrid, Alexandra/Ali, Bethan, Claire, Carys, Cassandra/Cassie, Daphne, Della, Emma, Erin, Esther, Fallon, Frances, Francesca/Frankie, Grace, Georgina/Georgie, Hannah, Harriet, Imogen, Juliet, Josephine/Josie, Jocelyn, Miranda, Miriam, Nadine, Noelle, Rowan, Robyn, Saffron, Violet, Zara

maras2 Sun 10-Apr-16 06:01:09

Pearl.< singing duo from the 1950's,Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson>.

BikeRunSki Sun 10-Apr-16 06:35:49

Stella

Chottie Sun 10-Apr-16 06:43:35

I like Vivi too.

On Dance Moms, there is a little girl called Vivi-Anne (nn Vivi)

Horseshoe1 Sun 10-Apr-16 08:58:26

Fiona
Cora
Louisa

OreoHeaven Sun 10-Apr-16 10:08:29

Beatrice/Beatrix/Bea
Phoebe
Seren
Carys

Chimchar Sun 10-Apr-16 10:10:21

Dolly.
Teddy and Dolly. Ace!

(LOVE teddy btw!) 😊

Zhabr Sun 10-Apr-16 12:13:12

Imogen
Teddy and Immy

CoyRoy Sun 10-Apr-16 12:14:36

Dolores, nn Dolly

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Sun 10-Apr-16 13:18:56

I came on to suggest Dorothy.

As dolly with nn.

Or they could both be "thee"

crapfatbanana Sun 10-Apr-16 15:44:55

Noelle
Joanie
Lois
Frieda
Rhona
Jess
Bronwen
Elspeth
Fionnuala
Helen

MindfulBear Mon 11-Apr-16 01:00:45

Thank you!
He loves Astrid. (He is a how to train your dragon fan!)
What would Astrid be shortened to?

I love izzy but think there may be too many Isabelle's and izzys around...

Dolly is interesting - what is it usually short for?

manicinsomniac Mon 11-Apr-16 09:24:03

I don't think you would shorten Astrid? Do you need names that shorten? If so - Astra? As? Asti? Tria? Not very nice, any of them, I don't think. Astrid is gorgeous as it is and only 2 syllables.

Izzy could also be short for Isadora, Isolde, Ysanne, Marissa or Julissa if you want to use it for a more unusual full name.

Dolly is usually Dorothy.

Itinerary Mon 11-Apr-16 10:01:46

Not Teddy and Dolly, too much of a "toy cupboard" theme.

ABitAsleep Mon 11-Apr-16 12:19:20

I know an Astra, it's not short for Astrid, but its similar.

The only Teddy i know is in his teens, and has older sisters called Poppy and Annie.

I agree with Itinerary Teddy and Dolly is an unfortunatle combination.

How about;
Teddy and Jemima (nn Jem/Mima/Mimi)
Teddy and Juliet (nn Julie/Jules/Ettie)
Teddy and Bonnie
Teddy and Bianca (nn Bea)
Teddy and Connie
Teddy and Dorothy (nn Dot/Dotty/Dodie/Dora)
Teddy and Flora
Teddy and Fiona (nn FiFi)
Teddy and Seraphina (nn Sera/Phina/Phinie)
Teddy and Penelope (nn Penny)
Teddy and Primrose (nn Prim/Rose/Rosie)
Teddy and Heather (nn Heddie)
Teddy and Tia
Teddy and Tara
Teddy and Tamsin (nn Tammy)
Teddy and Tatiana (nn Tati)
Teddy and Tiffany (nn Tiff)
Teddy and Francesca (nn Frankie)
Teddy and Elsie
Teddy and Emmeline (nn Emme)
Teddy and Elora (nn Ellie/Lora)
Teddy and Megara (nn Meggie)

RonaldMcDonald Tue 12-Apr-16 02:13:22

Nothing that ends with a y one ie or it sounds dire with Teddy
Teddy much better than Theo btw

Matilda or Eleanor

eilzyxo Tue 12-Apr-16 22:28:40

Rosa

Fettuccinecarbonara Tue 12-Apr-16 22:33:25

Lydia

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