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puckercup Sat 10-Sep-16 13:02:46

What do you think? I think it is SO COOL and we are 99% set on it. I guess I'm just curious about what other people think, since it's not a very common name these days.

Please forget the aadvark and the lifts (we've seen both mentioned and are completely unbothered about both).

windygales Sat 10-Sep-16 13:51:51

I know an 7 year old Otis. It's a great name, go for it

NoNutsPlease Sat 10-Sep-16 13:55:43

I love it!

If ever have a second DS I would definitely use it.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 10-Sep-16 14:08:50

I really like it.

Foxtato Sat 10-Sep-16 15:25:11

I love it too smile

pinkpixie83 Sat 10-Sep-16 15:26:35

I wanted to call my 2nd boy this

RusholmeRuffian Sat 10-Sep-16 15:27:16

Excellent name!

EssentialHummus Sat 10-Sep-16 15:28:26

I like it. Makes me think of Otis Reading, not lifts or aardvarks.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 10-Sep-16 17:15:09

Great !

Natsku Sat 10-Sep-16 17:21:14

Just clicked on this thread to say "the aardvark" and then read the rest of your post, damn, but that is the first thing that came to mind but it won't come to mind of anyone of his generation so why not I guess.

TheOracleAtSelfie Sat 10-Sep-16 17:24:52

It might not be as unusual as you think, there were THREE in our baby sensory class.

FWIW I do like the name.

CoffeeCoffeeAndLotsOfIt Sat 10-Sep-16 17:39:21

I love it.

I'm 36 weeks pregnant and if this one is a ds id love to call him Otis. As it is, ds1 has an O name so dh has vetoed Otis.

NoncommittalToSparkleMotion Sat 10-Sep-16 17:44:10

I just met a baby Otis and loved him, so now I've taken a shine to it.

It's quite chic.

Ellieboolou27 Sat 10-Sep-16 17:47:31

The only Otis I know are dogs, it reminds me of oaties biscuits, saying that I do still like it.

Beeziekn33ze Sat 10-Sep-16 21:02:26

Love Otis, and Arlo

SteviebunsBottrittrundle Sat 10-Sep-16 21:48:09

Love it! I know one who is about 5. It's lovely.

katemess12 Sat 10-Sep-16 21:56:56

Otis Redding or Milo and Otis.

Two very different associations, one much cooler than the other, but the other isn't bad.

I like it. It's better than Otto, which seems to be popping up everywhere lately.

isitseptemberyet Sat 10-Sep-16 22:01:40

I like it, i think it's trendy and is one that can fit into the category of aspirational (which i think is a positive) names like Hugo, Monty, Otto etc

JazzAnnNonMouse Sun 11-Sep-16 03:29:53

I don't dislike it and think it's a cute and cool name.

Does make me think of a 90s cbbc presenter - think he did news round

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