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Wren (for a boy?)

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frackley Sun 15-Oct-17 13:26:22

DD has been watching a TV show that has a male Wren in it, she likes it for DS. What do you think?

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Thefaceofboe Mon 13-Jan-20 21:00:40

Is the programme pretty little liars? I love the name wren after watching this smile

MikeUniformMike Mon 13-Jan-20 19:59:51

Awful. It's a bird.
It is nicer than Pigeon.

PlantPotting Mon 13-Jan-20 19:29:31

Love this name for a boy or a girl

This is a zombie thread. What did you decide @frackley

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Sarasazzle Mon 13-Jan-20 19:06:32

It’s a Welsh boy’s name, it’s quite popular here in Wales. I think it’s beautiful, ignore the negativity!

wetpebbles Mon 16-Oct-17 09:35:26

It does sound like a girls name.

TonicAndTonic Mon 16-Oct-17 09:33:29

Not a fan for either sex I'm afraid.

Zoesweet Mon 16-Oct-17 09:25:39

Wren as it is spelled can be confused with Ren but if you have a special meaning to it then I don't see any reason why you should not go with it.

seven201 Mon 16-Oct-17 09:18:14

I definitely see it as a girl's name

KoalaD Mon 16-Oct-17 06:32:05

No. Bad for a girl, worse for a boy.

abiirthdaycake Mon 16-Oct-17 06:21:55

Has your DD actually finished Pretty Little Liars yet? I won't spoil anything but Wren probably isn't someone you'd want to name a child after!

SemiNormal Mon 16-Oct-17 00:11:12

I love Wren for a boy. I knew the name would be from PLL as I loved that show (until the final episode where I wanted to reclaim the last however many years of my life)!

I'm thinking that actually Wren for a boy (and Ezra ... another characters name) will be really popular the next few years.

Buntysoven Sun 15-Oct-17 23:51:16

Ooooh not families discussing baby names instead of random strangers! Whatever next? Get a grip

Kellyturnbull Sun 15-Oct-17 22:55:54

Kevin bacons character in Footloose was Ren McCormack. Always loved his name and I grew up loving the film. I think the names great for a male.. I also watch pretty little liars though so I've heard it more for a make than female, great name for either sex smile

SnowiestMountain Sun 15-Oct-17 22:49:06

Ren is ok, definitely not Wren for a boy.

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Sun 15-Oct-17 22:47:41

I think there are more suitable birds after which to name your son.

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Chilver Sun 15-Oct-17 22:47:25

Ren for a boy.
Wren for a girl.

I like it.

chocatoo Sun 15-Oct-17 22:47:15

I think it sounds a bit 'weak'...can't imagine a big strapping rugby player being called Wren.

lollipop7 Sun 15-Oct-17 22:45:58

My girl is Wren. I know it's unisex but it does have a more feminine feel to me. ( well, obviously 🙄🙄🙄)

whitehorsesdonotlie Sun 15-Oct-17 22:44:52

No. Just no.

Bue Sun 15-Oct-17 22:40:23

I know a boy Wren. I'm on the west coast of Canada though. Here it's not out of place at all.

wobblywonderwoman Sun 15-Oct-17 22:37:10

Helen George named their baby Wren. I think it is lovely for a girl.

FAkenameforthis Sun 15-Oct-17 22:35:11

No.

Marcipex Sun 15-Oct-17 22:33:08

Too soppy.

Mischa123 Sun 15-Oct-17 20:01:31

I know someone who has had a boy called Wren in the last month or so

ladybirdsaredotty Sun 15-Oct-17 19:01:40

I quite like it but maybe as a shorter version of a longer name, as mentioned by others.

Don't get the angst over siblings suggesting names. My 3 and 6 year olds are suggesting for this baby. Obviously we have the veto and will go with what we want in the end, but it's nice for them to feel involved. Especially at 17, I'd imagine!

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