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Edward, Oliver, Frederick or Alfred?

(21 Posts)
ps2304 Sat 07-Jan-17 18:58:03

Opinions? Francis is currently the chosen middle name due to husbands family, but it could be changed!

AlwaysTeaTime Sat 07-Jan-17 19:39:50

Edward Francis!
Frederick Francis doesn't work with the double F and Alfie/Oliver are too popular.
Alfred is nice if you use Freddie as a nn

TataEs Sat 07-Jan-17 19:50:53

frederick. but not with frances.

Pluto30 Sat 07-Jan-17 19:58:52

Frederick is my favourite, but it doesn't work well with Francis.

So, Edward Francis. smile

MikeUniformMike Sat 07-Jan-17 19:59:01

Edward. How about you combine the names to get Fredward (a joke but it's cute).

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 07-Jan-17 19:59:37


1horatio Sat 07-Jan-17 20:04:27

1. Frederick (maybe not with Francis? Or maybe Frederick something Francis?)
2. Alfred
3. Oliver
4. Edward

gammatron Sat 07-Jan-17 20:12:40


AmberEars Sat 07-Jan-17 20:13:08


lovelearning Sat 07-Jan-17 20:23:25


It is for his valiant defence of his kingdom against a stronger enemy, for securing peace with the Vikings and for his farsighted reforms in the reconstruction of Wessex and beyond, that Alfred - alone of all the English kings and queens - is known as 'the Great'.

beela Sat 07-Jan-17 20:28:23

I love Alfred, Frederick, and Edward. Not so keen on Oliver.

I have a Frederick (Freddie) smile and was gutted when I realised I couldn't really also have an Alfred. Luckily dc2 was a girl.

Edward goes best with Francis, I think.

Sophronia Sat 07-Jan-17 20:39:27


ps2304 Sat 07-Jan-17 20:47:09

The other family middle name is Geoffrey

ps2304 Sat 07-Jan-17 20:47:26

I like Frederick George

DramaAlpaca Sat 07-Jan-17 20:49:02

Edward or Oliver

SausageSoda Sat 07-Jan-17 22:20:25

1. Edward
2. Frederick
3. Alfred

4. Oliver (not keen)

AppleMagic Sat 07-Jan-17 22:22:46

Oliver Geoffrey or Edward Francis

reuset Sat 07-Jan-17 23:43:51


Sugarpiehoneyeye Sun 08-Jan-17 13:06:23

Oliver Francis
Frederick Oliver

TaggieRR Sun 08-Jan-17 13:07:34


CakeRattleandRoll Sun 08-Jan-17 16:32:05


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