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I don't like any girls' names :( she's 5 weeks.

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Designated Thu 25-May-17 13:56:52

I honestly don't think I can use any. I don't like any. I'm always a bit 'meh' when I hear any suggested.

Grace is my absolute only 'maybe', but I'm still not keen sad DH said he will use Gray as a NN and I'm so against that.

Maisy is a potential 'maybe', DH would use May as a NN and I'm more accepting of that.

WanderingTrolley1 Thu 25-May-17 13:58:45

Gracie?

BakerBear Thu 25-May-17 13:59:09

Why is your dh so insistent on using a nickname? Why can he not use her actual name?

You have had 9 months to think of names so its not really acceptable for a 5 week old to still be nameless

Designated Thu 25-May-17 14:00:18

@BakerBear I don't know, I'm not my husband.

Also, how is that helpful. It clearly is acceptable as you don't have to register until 6 weeks hmm

Gracie is nice.

PotteringAlong Thu 25-May-17 14:01:05

Why does she need a name and a nickname? If you're going to call her May, which is a lovely name in its own right, why not just call her May? Especially as Masie is actually short for Margaret.

RicottaPancakes Thu 25-May-17 14:02:29

What kind of name do you like?

MyNameIsNotYourName Thu 25-May-17 14:02:30

Maisy-Grace 😊

SeagullGirl Thu 25-May-17 14:06:14

Are there any boys names that you do like?

Argeles Thu 25-May-17 14:07:40

What about a unisex/gender neutral name?

Thatextrainch Thu 25-May-17 14:21:25

Daisy?

Pansiesandredrosesandmarigolds Thu 25-May-17 14:23:46

Jessica nn Decca

Sophronia Thu 25-May-17 14:26:07

You seem to like the long a sound, so how about...

Ada
Sadie
Layla
Daisy
Maeve
Freya
Janie
Mabel
Ava
Esme
Hazel
Lainey
Katie

PointlessUsername Thu 25-May-17 14:27:54

Darcie
Tilly
Macy
Sadie
Sophie
Rebecca
Reagan

Some girls Names of childreni know that have nice nicknames too.

Idratherhaveacupoftea Thu 25-May-17 14:47:48

What's this obsession with nicknames. Just give her a lovely short name, there's loads of them.

Babyonboard101 Thu 25-May-17 14:53:31

I've always loved Jak or Toni for a girl (feminine spellings) but that's just me....

Berrybakecake1 Thu 25-May-17 14:59:20

Gracie may

Just a suggestion if you don't like girls names why not try a boys name or surname as these tend to be the trend these days.
I've just been introduced to a 10 day baby girl called Perry. I'm not saying I like it but it actually suited her.

LucyFuckingPevensie Thu 25-May-17 14:59:48

Faye ? He can't shorten that grin
Most nn come naturally after a while anyway.

Trampire Thu 25-May-17 15:01:27

I have a Lucy. Many find that boring but I like it and so does dd (now 12)

If my ds had been a girl he would have been called Rose.

Any use? It's common as a middle name but I hardly ever hear it as a first name.

I also like -

Penelope (Penny/Pen)
Clementine
Manon
Annie

IamtheDevilsAvocado Thu 25-May-17 15:02:13

Eva/ava /eve/evie are lovely names!

Trampire Thu 25-May-17 15:03:13

True about nn coming about naturally.

My lucy was called - Luce, Looby Lou, then Loovs and now Loobster 😂

Trampire Thu 25-May-17 15:03:41

Sorry Loobs not Loovs. That would be very odd grin

leghoul Thu 25-May-17 15:07:29

Eve
Lucy
Alice
Thea
Sadie
Lily

FrenchMartiniTime Thu 25-May-17 15:08:05

You have had 9 months to think of names so its not really acceptable for a 5 week old to still be nameless

Agreed.

leghoul Thu 25-May-17 15:09:02

OP, it took me weeks and weeks to name DC1 and then I changed it shock I felt bullied into choosing one I didn't really like and didn't really suit them - once I knew the right name, and knew it suited them, I had no doubts.

Abetes Thu 25-May-17 15:10:24

I agree - nicknames come naturally and kids often have different nicknames from family, school friends, out of school friends etc.

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