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1stTimeMummyToRosie Sat 23-Apr-16 18:41:12

We found out we are going to have a daughter! smile we are so happy - we already had names picked out.

Rosie will be her NN.

I like Roseanne, but I do prefer just Rose.

Would Rose Anne L... be okay? Then I can still call her Rose Anne, but she gets our favourite name.

Does Rose Anne just sound silly? Having 2, 1 syllable names?

PotteringAlong Sat 23-Apr-16 18:42:28

As long as the L surname isn't Lee you will be fine!

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 23-Apr-16 18:45:26

Rose Anne is fine. Middle names don't really matter to anyone outside of the family.

I love Rosanna nn Rosie though.

Sophronia Sat 23-Apr-16 19:40:03

Rose Anne is very nice

Mottled Sat 23-Apr-16 19:40:55

It is fine. Rosemary is another option.

NoCapes Sat 23-Apr-16 19:46:42

If you plan on calling her Rosie, why can't you just call her Rosle? confused

1stTimeMummyToRosie Sat 23-Apr-16 20:05:55

I don't plan on just calling her Rosie.

I plan on calling her Rosie; Rose and Rose Anne... It's easier for her name to be Rose Anne and NN her Rosie, than having her named Rosie and NN her Rose Anne.

PickleBot Sat 23-Apr-16 21:24:57

How about Rosemary?

LeonoraFlorence Sun 24-Apr-16 09:12:04

Lovely name. If you're still unsure, Primrose would be another option first name for NN Rosie smile

mrsschu Wed 27-Apr-16 09:09:53

Rose Anne is ok but I prefer Rose plus another middle name. If she's going to get called Rose Anne then you might as well call her Roseanne! You can still use all nn's. I absolutely love Rosanna which would also let you use Rose and Rosie? It feels more sophisticated to me than Roseanne.

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