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Which of these three girls names?

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MadMadamMim123 Mon 09-May-16 19:03:58

DD1 is due in three weeks, we've narrowed it down to the last three names... The problem is we can't pick! So I need to canvas some opinions... Which do you like best?


Middle names will be Rose Alison and surname has three syllables...

Please wise mners help me!!!

wallywobbles Mon 09-May-16 19:04:42

3 votes for Molly here

Chiliprepper Mon 09-May-16 19:04:54

Erica, love it

neady Mon 09-May-16 19:05:36

Molly, love it

ElspethFlashman Mon 09-May-16 19:05:39

Molly, as I think it flows better with a surname with 3 syllables.

SweetieDrops Mon 09-May-16 19:06:23

I think Olivia goes best with the middle names, Olivia-Rose would be lovely if you wanted to do it that way.

PalePolkaDot Mon 09-May-16 19:08:18

Molly Rose Alison

Olivia is ubiquitous here, so loses something for me although it's a v pretty name.

Erica Rose is a bit 'r' heavy somehow

youknowwhattodo Mon 09-May-16 19:10:38

Olivia for me smile

Winterbiscuit Mon 09-May-16 19:11:22


ThroughThickAndThin01 Mon 09-May-16 19:11:34


Altimate Mon 09-May-16 19:13:22

Olivia, it's lovely, especially with your middle names

mrsschu Mon 09-May-16 19:55:05

I really dislike Erica, it sounds so ugly to me. Molly is ok but not really my taste. I like Olivia best of the three. Yes it's popular but it's a classic name - Olivia could be 5 or 35.

Sophronia Mon 09-May-16 20:20:50

Erica. second choice would be Molly

Fueledwithfairydustandgin Mon 09-May-16 20:23:48

I really don't like Erica but like the other 2

MizK Mon 09-May-16 20:24:40


YolandiFuckinVisser Mon 09-May-16 20:24:46


septembersunshine Mon 09-May-16 20:25:09

I would have trouble deciding between Molly and Olivia. Erica is a tad masculine and heavy imo.

I have recently had Molly on my girls list too but stuck it out due to it being too cutesy and my inability to see it on an adult. I don't know any adult Molly's so maybe that's why. Olivia is fine. It sounds light and pretty and as mrsschu says Olivia could be 5 or 35.

manicinsomniac Mon 09-May-16 20:32:17

Erica - I think it's really pretty and very unusual in the UK

I like Olivia and Molly too though.

NoCapes Mon 09-May-16 20:34:40

Oh I love Erica, but was vetoed by DP bastard
But I think that's a lot of syllables in 1 name, even more with Olivia
So on that basis of go with Molly

Ludwaysl Mon 09-May-16 20:39:06


Ankleswingers Mon 09-May-16 20:40:26

I love Molly. It's gorgeous grin

NadiaWadia Mon 09-May-16 20:59:46

1.Olivia is my favourite, and definitely your classiest choice. But I understand it's very popular (actually it has been for years, DD (22) has friends named this and before she was born I was nanny to two different little Olivias). I don't think it's flavour of the month right now though, like say Ava or Isla.

2. I do like Molly but it could be seen as a little bit cutesy.

3. Erica. It's OK, though.

jellycat1 Mon 09-May-16 21:09:43

Big thumbs up for Molly.

Barefootcontessa84 Mon 09-May-16 22:01:04

Erica! The other two seem much more popular.

jollygoose Mon 09-May-16 22:05:20

Olivia rather classical although a bit too popular a few years ago, Molly i s cute but could be a good name for a labrador. I think Erica is a bit hard sounding, it is the latin name for Heather.

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