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Grace or Scarlett?

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Allducks Fri 19-May-17 21:35:35

Thanks smile

BewareOfTheToddler Fri 19-May-17 21:36:21

Grace! A timeless classic smile

MiniAlphaBravo Fri 19-May-17 21:37:14

I like both but I think grace is more classic and simple so I'd choose that. Also Scarlett might end up as 'scar' which isn't great!

Shesaysso Fri 19-May-17 21:37:29

Grace

EweAreHere Fri 19-May-17 21:38:49

Scarlet

youarenotkiddingme Fri 19-May-17 21:39:53

I'd have both

Grace Scarlett or Scarlett Grace are lovely names!

BadToTheBone Fri 19-May-17 21:40:38

Grace

Hedgyhoggy Fri 19-May-17 21:43:37

Grace

SimonsPies Fri 19-May-17 21:44:33

Grace, FTLOG.

Whenwillwe3meetagain Fri 19-May-17 22:03:37

OP why two tt's for Scarlett isn't it like the colour Scarlet?

EssentialHummus Fri 19-May-17 22:07:44

Either, but not keen on tt spelling.

Allducks Fri 19-May-17 22:08:40

@Whenwillwe3meetagain no? Scarlett is the known name.

Thanks for the comments.

It would be Grace Madeleine.

AdaColeman Fri 19-May-17 22:09:21

Grace by very many miles, a beautiful classic name, pretty when they are a little girl and and classy when they grow up.

MollyHuaCha Fri 19-May-17 22:10:55

Grace

Sugarpiehoneyeye Fri 19-May-17 22:11:46

Scarlett is lovely.

SuperBeagle Fri 19-May-17 22:13:36

Scarlett.

I used to love the name Grace, but I'm utterly bored of it now. Very overused as both a first and middle name.

And the spelling for the name is Scarlett, for those PPs questioning the spelling. Like Scarlett O'Hara and Scarlett Johansson.

Mothervulva Fri 19-May-17 22:18:43

Grace

ScarlettDarling Fri 19-May-17 22:23:02

Scarlett of course.

Grace is boring and bland.

MrsELM21 Fri 19-May-17 22:27:58

Grace

PippaFawcett Fri 19-May-17 22:28:53

Very different names. Grace.

Whenwillwe3meetagain Fri 19-May-17 22:30:55

Ah I stand corrected!
Although I think the tt version seems more American
This was interesting: In 2010, 78% of the baby Scarletts out there received the traditional spelling of the name, while 22% spell it with one T. It really comes down to preference. Some people feel like the name looks incomplete without that extra T. Others feel that it looks better with only one T. Scarlett with two Ts is the traditional surname spelling (from the occupation name), while Scarlet with one T describes the color (as in ‘scarlet’ woman, ‘scarlet’ fever, ‘scarlet’ begonias, etc).

Hairq Fri 19-May-17 22:35:35

I prefer Scarlett by far, but they are such different names - I think you need to see what the baby looks like and her temperament before you decide between them.

Ohyesiam Fri 19-May-17 22:43:19

I agree with hariq . I was men on Scarlett, but thought that it sounded like an extravert 's name, and of she was plain and shy it might not suit her. Then I realised that I was unlikely to be able to tell in time to register her name!
Turns out she spends half her life on stage, and it would have suited her well. Hindsight.

I realise the name may have totally different associations for you.

Grace is lovely to though.

I've not helped much have I?

Taylor22 Fri 19-May-17 23:02:41

Scarlett

DramaAlpaca Fri 19-May-17 23:13:16

Scarlett

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