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Elliot or Finn?

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Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 09:59:50

Elliot Finn Johnson
Finn Elliot Johnson

We really can't decide! He's 4 days old.

meettherussians Sat 11-Mar-17 10:01:53

normally I prefer Finn, but think the middle names, together with surname work best with Elliot Finn Johnson, a strong name OP.

PotteringAlong Sat 11-Mar-17 10:03:23


Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 11-Mar-17 10:05:06

Elliot Finn.

Wishiwasmoiradingle2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 10:05:51

I will say Fynn (as I have one!!)

Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 10:05:57

Thank you smile

Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 10:08:17

I have never seen Fynn before!

Rockaby Sat 11-Mar-17 10:10:22

Elliott by a whisker.

anametouse Sat 11-Mar-17 10:11:23


ThoraGruntwhistle Sat 11-Mar-17 10:13:17

Elliott Finn, because Finn Elliott kind run into each other and you get a sound of 'nelly' in the middle. Although that might be overanalysing it.

Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 10:22:40

Will definitely go for the 'Elliot' spelling smile but thank you!

Rockaby Sat 11-Mar-17 10:23:50

Oh pardon me, I meant Elliot, by a whisker. I don't have a preference for either spelling of Elliot.

Sapphireshadow Sat 11-Mar-17 10:55:07

Elliott Finn. I like both but think Elliott Finn flows better.

PearSugar Sat 11-Mar-17 10:59:06

Can we see him? I love squishy newborns.

I think I prefer Elliot but like Finn

Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 11:01:35

Sure smile I love them too, but not as much as my very own wink I might get the picture removed, but don't really mind.

Rockaby Sat 11-Mar-17 11:14:28

Cuuuuuuute! He's so gorgeous OP.

I think he looks like an Elliot (which is a little bit convenient a short it's my favourite grin).

Both names are nice though. You can't really go wrong and he's adorable. flowers

WasabiNell Sat 11-Mar-17 11:25:00

Elliot Finn for me smile. He is beautiful OP, congratulations.

FourKidsNotCrazyYet Sat 11-Mar-17 11:39:03

He's gorgeous! Elliot was my short list so that's my vote, I got vetoed by other small people in my life. We have a Flynn now grin

Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 11:52:08

Thank you! Seems like Elliot Finn is winning smile

anametouse Sat 11-Mar-17 12:34:52

Oh he's beautiful and I don't say that often about babies

Wishiwasmoiradingle2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 12:39:41

Fynn means fair haired if that's helpful!!

Johnson2017 Sat 11-Mar-17 12:49:52

Yeah, so does Finn. Is Fynn just an alternative spelling to Finn? smile

Thank you.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 11-Mar-17 15:38:01

What a little darling, he is ! Just lovely 😄

ThoraGruntwhistle Sat 11-Mar-17 15:40:28

He is beautiful, congratulations. smile
Sorry about the extra T's I added in my post. He definitely looks like an Elliot Finn.

Sophronia Sat 11-Mar-17 16:43:17

I prefer Finn Elliot

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