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George or Edward?

(15 Posts)
EducationComesFirst Tue 16-Aug-16 08:19:08

Just that really... and why?

NappingRabbit Tue 16-Aug-16 08:20:24

George because I don't like Ed or Eddie and would expect them to be used at some point regardless of whether I wanted them to be.

ShipwreckedAndComatose Tue 16-Aug-16 08:21:37

Edward for exactly the opposite reason to napping!

LottieDoubtie Tue 16-Aug-16 08:24:51

Edward- I'm not wild about Eddie- love Ted/Teddy though.

George- nice but fewer 'options' with it.

Hersetta427 Tue 16-Aug-16 08:32:02

Edward - much cooler nicknames than George which IMO is a little dull.

Bluesand1 Tue 16-Aug-16 08:47:14

Both nice
Lots and lots of boys named Teddy and George near me

0pti0na1 Tue 16-Aug-16 11:21:39

Edward seems a bit more unusual at the moment but it's still a classic.

(not Teddy as nn though)

ThroughThickAndThin01 Tue 16-Aug-16 11:25:43

Edward

Mouthfulofquiz Tue 16-Aug-16 11:29:45

I love both names. George has a really nice sound to it. But Eddie is a cute nickname. There are literally billions of Teddy / Teddie / Teds down here - and Freddie's!

DramaAlpaca Tue 16-Aug-16 11:30:58

Edward

Ilovewillow Tue 16-Aug-16 11:34:44

Edward as its more unusual IMO and my daughter goes to school with an Edward and he's lovely!

CarrotVan Tue 16-Aug-16 12:28:01

Both lovely but George will have people thinking he's named after the prince (which might or might not bother you). Edward is really nice

TheFace Tue 16-Aug-16 12:40:37

George. Much nicer than Edward imo, but I don't like the nn of Ed or Eddie.

EllenJanethickerknickers Tue 16-Aug-16 12:44:19

Edward, because I like the many nicknames, Ed, Eddie, Ted, Teddy, Ned...

SteviebunsBottrittrundle Tue 16-Aug-16 14:13:10

Edward; nice nick names and George is getting a bit overused where I live. I do like it though.

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