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Daisy Grace

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pinky127 Fri 06-Dec-19 16:27:03

Does it sound too "cutesy" or fine?

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emstone Fri 06-Dec-19 16:30:42

I like it! Really like both names!

Postmissposte Fri 06-Dec-19 16:40:16

It's a bit twee for my taste, but I can see the appeal.

I like Grace in the first name slot but most little girls I know seem to have Grace, Rose or May as a middle name.

Grace Daisy would be better, IMO, but then it's not my baby 😉

Leopardprintboots Fri 06-Dec-19 16:43:30

Love the name Daisy. Wish it was my name!

Frlrlrubert Fri 06-Dec-19 16:53:32

It's not my taste, but it's not awful, just feels a bit 'meh'.

movingonup123 Fri 06-Dec-19 16:59:27

I agree I prefer Grace Daisy. There are millions of Daisy's around at the moment. There are eight Daisy's at my daughter's school.

2pintsofmilkplease Fri 06-Dec-19 17:36:36

Really twee!

DramaAlpaca Fri 06-Dec-19 17:37:35

Too twee for me.

CodenameVillanelle Fri 06-Dec-19 20:06:40

Both names are very dated and put together is a bit twee. Daisy plus something a bit stronger than Grace would be better. Avoid Grace as middle name.

daisypond Fri 06-Dec-19 20:46:01

I like Grace a lot but only as a first name. I’m not so keen on Daisy.

Sherrybabyy Fri 06-Dec-19 20:52:00

I’m not overly keen but it’s not bad!

misspiggy19 Fri 06-Dec-19 20:53:49

Don’t like either name.

MeMeMeYou Fri 06-Dec-19 21:00:30

I love it! I thought of Daisy as it was my Nana's name but DH was put off as our surname is a D. But I still used Grace as a middle name. I'm a teacher as well has having 2 children and have only come across a couple of Daisys in 16 years

FlossieTeacakesFurCoat18 Fri 06-Dec-19 21:05:20

I think it's gorgeous!

Astronica Fri 06-Dec-19 23:00:31

It's fine.

NoSauce Fri 06-Dec-19 23:17:34

No not together.

kitk Fri 06-Dec-19 23:21:03

Daisy is lovely for a baby/ little girl but can you imagine prime minister Daisy/ QC Daisy etc... I think you owe it ti your child to give a name that suits aged 1,11,21,41 etc...

Grace is a beautiful choice

ContessaLovesTheSunshine Fri 06-Dec-19 23:24:21

It sounds like an Amazon Original/Netflix romcom title to me, and not one I'd watch.

Sorry blush

RaguForYou Fri 06-Dec-19 23:31:31

Depends what she wants to do with her life.

If she wants to be a model or an actress or work in PR, Daisy is fine.

If she wants to be a consultant oncologist, a barrister or a politician, Daisy is a bit of a handicap.

It's sort of on the upper part of the Fifi Trixibell fluffy girly spectrum.

Bananablueberry Fri 06-Dec-19 23:37:37

The name Daisy will not hold her back from any sort of career, it's a perfectly normal and acceptable name. I think Daisy Grace is lovely OP and they won't be used together in everyday circumstances anyway

NextdoorNeighbourIsATwat Fri 06-Dec-19 23:37:41

Sounds like 'disgrace'

Leopardprintboots Fri 06-Dec-19 23:55:23

Hahaha I work in the legal profession and no way would being called Daisy be a barrier to that! You should hear the names of my colleagues 🤣🤣
Daisy is a top 50 name for goodness sakes.
Deary me some people here seen to live on a different planet

Leopardprintboots Fri 06-Dec-19 23:56:51

Do people on MN seriously think that in 2019 every woman that works in law is called Emma or Mary or something?

mathanxiety Sat 07-Dec-19 06:52:55

Lovely name.

TorchesTorches Sat 07-Dec-19 07:00:53

The sound pattens are a bit line 'amazing Grace' the hymn. I dont think it works

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