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Conceptionzilla Mon 11-Jun-18 14:03:37

What do you think of the name chloe? Honest opinions please. Our baby is as yet unnamed and we can’t agree

Octopeppa Mon 11-Jun-18 14:10:09

I like it.

MikeUniformMike Mon 11-Jun-18 14:11:37

The name is very nice or at least it was about 20 years ago when it was fairly unusual. It became massively popular so has already peaked.
I would be put off by how it sounds in some regional accents, and by the shortening to Chlo.
If you love the name use it.

BabloHoney Mon 11-Jun-18 14:16:06

Love Chloe, it’s beautiful

Blazinghotmonkey Mon 11-Jun-18 14:18:17

I find it a little dated but it is a perfectly reasonable name and you should go for it if you and your OH like it smile

villainousbroodmare Mon 11-Jun-18 14:19:59

I personally find it rather sickly sweet. Not sure if it's because it reminds me of the word 'cloying'. Surprisingly popular dog name of invariably spoiled dogs. I infinitely prefer Cleo.

Wobblebeans Mon 11-Jun-18 14:23:52

I like it, it's 9yr old DD1s name. Although, before we had her, I never liked it because it seemed too 'popular'. I only know of one other Chloe in her school though so maybe not.

MikeUniformMike Mon 11-Jun-18 14:25:09

It makes me think of cloying too or Claw-y. Zoe is much nicer.

DramaAlpaca Mon 11-Jun-18 14:28:15

It's fine. Unremarkable and perfectly nice. If you both love it, go for it.

Cadencia Mon 11-Jun-18 14:31:40

I really like it! I know two (an 8yo and an adult), so it's not too popular either.

HeyMicky Mon 11-Jun-18 14:34:13

It's very nice. It's top 20 though so quite popular

TwinkleTee Mon 11-Jun-18 14:40:40

I have an 8 day old Chloe lying asleep next to me. I think its safe to say that I love the name smile

NoNamesLeft86 Mon 11-Jun-18 14:43:18

I love the name. My cat (before children) was called Chloe and if it hadn't been for her than my daughter would have been Chloe.

Peachbubble Mon 11-Jun-18 14:47:57

I like it

MollyHuaCha Mon 11-Jun-18 14:52:25

As a pp said, it's nice in some accents and not nice in others.

I like it in my own accent. Try out the name yourself in these accents:
Southern Wales
New York
French person speaking English
German person speaking English

Sophronia Mon 11-Jun-18 15:40:46

It’s a bit 90s.

spotspot Mon 11-Jun-18 15:44:25

I really like it. My friends baby is called Chloe and it's brilliant. I find it refreshing: I don't know any child/baby Chloes apart from her.

FrogPie Mon 11-Jun-18 15:46:07

Great name, OP ;)

bellanotte22 Mon 11-Jun-18 15:46:42

There's a lot of Chloes where I live. This alone would put me off but it has a lovely meaning so if you love it, go for it.

MatildaLovesBooks Mon 11-Jun-18 15:47:15

Very bland and stuck in the 90s (sorry).

Pemba Mon 11-Jun-18 15:49:33

It's a lovely name. Just because it was ultra-popular 20-30 years ago doesn't stop it being lovely. Much nicer than some of the names that are so popular now, eg. Isla, Florence.

BorisHair Mon 11-Jun-18 16:08:19

I don't dislike it but I know 3 x Chloes in DC's year at school, 1 x grown up Chloe and 2 x Chloe cats so it's popular here.

ButterflyOfFreedom Mon 11-Jun-18 16:16:02

Love it!

cptartapp Mon 11-Jun-18 16:19:07

Pretty but rather dated.

Mollie85 Mon 11-Jun-18 16:55:05

As another poster said - pretty but unremarkable... in the 90s, about four of the kids I babysat were Chloe’s, so I feel it’s a bit dated, but if you love it- use it grin

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