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3 week old daughter, which name?

(77 Posts)
bluewalls Fri 13-Jan-17 13:30:38

Maddie (Madeleine)
Grace
Scarlet (spelt like the colour; not Scarlett!)
Ivy
Rowan

Thanks!

SpeakNoWords Fri 13-Jan-17 13:31:31

Rowan

NapQueen Fri 13-Jan-17 13:33:30

Scarlet

PermanentlyPerplexed Fri 13-Jan-17 13:38:41

Out of those - Grace.

Forget Scarlet, you're already at the !!!!!!! Stage with it.

Madeline (Maddie) - I couldn't anymore. Far too sad a reminder of a little girl that's still missing.

Ivy - a not very attractive plant

Rowan - wool

Aquamarine1029 Fri 13-Jan-17 13:41:51

Madeleine. It's a classic, beautiful name with great nn's. It was my grandmother's name and she was a lovely lady.

Sirzy Fri 13-Jan-17 13:45:56

Maddie or Grace.

Scarlet is lovely but as you already know wrong spelling will frustrate you I wouldn't go there

Notjustuser1458393875 Fri 13-Jan-17 13:47:01

Rowan. I'm still sad DH vetoed it.

SoftSheen Fri 13-Jan-17 13:47:29

Madeleine- as pp says, a classic, beautiful name.

strawberrypenguin Fri 13-Jan-17 13:48:52

Maddie it's lovely although of your list the only one I wouldn't use is Scarlet as you'll spend all your time correcting people

user1483387154 Fri 13-Jan-17 13:49:04

Madeleine

ICanCountToOneHundred Fri 13-Jan-17 13:51:13

Rowan, I would say Scarlet but as you are already using exclamation marks at the wrong spelling I feel you would be frustrated an awful lot when the dreaded Scarlett was used.

Loyly Fri 13-Jan-17 13:52:38

Madeleine

GrumpySausage Fri 13-Jan-17 13:53:04

Madeline. It's beautiful.

I also like Rowan but the only ones I know are boys.

Mol1628 Fri 13-Jan-17 13:53:40

Ivy or Rowan

Soubriquet Fri 13-Jan-17 13:54:17

I like Ivy

girlelephant Fri 13-Jan-17 13:55:08

I like Ivy or Rowan.

Madeline makes me think of poor Madeline McCann and Scarlett has the spelling issue!

I like Grave but not as much as Ivy or Rowan

ThoraGruntwhistle Fri 13-Jan-17 13:55:39

My favourites from your list are Rowan and Scarlet. I've only ever met one Rowan so I don't think it's that common and it's a really pretty name too.

Hassled Fri 13-Jan-17 13:56:11

Grace or Ivy. Except that there's Poison Ivy - so Grace.

EverythingEverywhere1234 Fri 13-Jan-17 13:56:12

Ivy or Rowan. Congratulations flowers

ThenBellaDidSomethingVeryKind Fri 13-Jan-17 13:56:39

Rowan. I love it, and wanted it for dd, and later, ds, but was vetoed by dh

AthenasOwl Fri 13-Jan-17 13:57:01

Ivy or rowan

LadyMonicaBaddingham Fri 13-Jan-17 13:57:19

Madeleine is lovely

Grace is really overused now, Scarlet will drive you insane with the spelling errors.

I like Ivy too, but I would avoid Rowan as I know several baby/toddler boys with that name now

LadyMonicaBaddingham Fri 13-Jan-17 13:57:20

Madeleine is lovely

Grace is really overused now, Scarlet will drive you insane with the spelling errors.

I like Ivy too, but I would avoid Rowan as I know several baby/toddler boys with that name now

Bundao Fri 13-Jan-17 13:57:23

Madeleine.

Grace is my daughter's middle name. It's too common now.

I had an Irish Setter called Scarlet, an old auntie called Ivy and know a boy called Rowan.

Gspain Fri 13-Jan-17 13:58:04

Maddie

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