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Thefaceofboe Tue 14-Jan-20 19:48:01

Jorgie is awful and made up, Georgie however is lovely (hate Georgia, seems ‘chavvy’)

Georgie Grace is cute

sel2223 Tue 14-Jan-20 19:22:04

I think Georgie Grace is a lovely name!

Jacob John
Jesse John (my favourite)
Deacon David
Dominic David

My dog is called Archie but I reckon it'll be super common with babys around the same age as your DC because of the royal baby.

Batqueen Tue 14-Jan-20 15:44:37

Greta Grace
Ginevra Grace
Gemma Grace
Gladys Grace

MopsRUs Tue 14-Jan-20 15:35:39

How about Joanna, which is the girl version of John?

Nofoolfornoone Tue 14-Jan-20 14:50:18

Jacob John
Joseph John

Dennis David
Dylan David

Gwendoline Gracie

ChangedMyNameYetAgain Tue 14-Jan-20 14:19:58

Archie - not keen. Don't like Archer or Archibald.

Jorgie/Georgie Grace - Jorgie is awful. Georgie is nice. Grace is boring as a middle name.

Andi for a girl - not keen but as a short form of something else might be ok.

Kirstyaka Mon 13-Jan-20 11:25:59

honestly all suggestions are welcome just middle names will be John/ David for boy and Grace for a girl, so please fire away

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kaezarose Mon 13-Jan-20 09:41:14

How about Georgia Grace? Instead of Georgie, sounds a little too masculine to me. Will give more suggestions after the clarification haha

Flymetothestars Mon 13-Jan-20 09:39:45

How about Ash? Alistair?

Flymetothestars Mon 13-Jan-20 09:38:44

@sel2223 you’re not the only one confused here !! @Kirstyaka could you just explain again in really simple terms what you’re looking for? “A” names for boys? Or “D” names and “J” names because of those middle names?

Is your girl name decided on or do you want “G” and “J” names? So confused

sel2223 Mon 13-Jan-20 09:32:55

I'm confused. Are you looking for an 'A' name for a boy or a double letter name to go with John or David?

Kirstyaka Sun 12-Jan-20 21:58:47

We liked Archer but family would call him Archie so stuck with Archie as I felt it fitted with Alfie

Nephews is Adam and Allan others are names we both don’t like as can be shortened don’t like ally or ant our surname is hawke don’t think they fit.

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MyNameHasBeenTaken Sun 12-Jan-20 21:48:37

We met a little boy called archer the other day. Thought that was nice.
Alastair seems to be popping up in a few places.
Alan (I know 2 toddler alans)

Kirstyaka Sun 12-Jan-20 21:42:50

We want an A name for a boy keeping in line with oh and ds

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TatianaLarina Sun 12-Jan-20 21:36:07

Archie and Andi are too like Alfie imo. (And a confusing if your OH is Andrew).

AfterSchoolWorry Sun 12-Jan-20 21:35:40

I don't think it'd be good having Alfie and Archie.

They're too alike. It's a twee overload.

Kirstyaka Sun 12-Jan-20 21:28:50

We have just found out we are expecting our 3rd, ds is Kayla Kathleen & ds is Alfie Andrew never planned the double letter, now over thinking we need to do it again with this one middle names are family names -gran and papa

Name we like are Archie but middle names I like are John my papa who just passed or David family name on both sides

For girl it would be Jorgie/Georgie and middle name Grace - initial JG/GG

But I really like the name Andi for a girl oh is Andrew/Andy he hates it for a girl.

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