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middle name suggestions needed to go with Heidi

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mickeylou Wed 06-May-09 14:32:34

Hello there. This is a pink bump and i think we have finally decided on calling her Heidi. Any middle name suggestions would be welcome - surname begins with G so we need to avoid anything beginning with an A or an O.

Wigglesworth Wed 06-May-09 14:36:29

Mae, Louise, Jane, Sophia, Ruth.

EyeballsisonaDietAgain Wed 06-May-09 14:37:28

I went to school with a Heidi Marie

maamajullah Wed 06-May-09 14:52:57

thats nice, Heidi Marie.. I've heard of a Heidi Wendi

mickeylou Wed 06-May-09 14:53:30

i do like
Heidi Marie
Heidi Mae
Heidi Louise (louise is my middle name too)

Bonneville Wed 06-May-09 14:55:48

Heidi is lovely but 'Mae' Well lets just say its a bit 'popular' at the moment.

Indiechick Wed 06-May-09 14:56:49

Heidi Elaine

BlueChampagne Wed 06-May-09 15:35:10

I like Heidi.

Heidi Cara
Heidi Jane
Heidi Fiona
Heidi Meryl

SOLOisMeredithGrey Wed 06-May-09 15:37:16

Jayne or Jean.

dinkymum Thu 07-May-09 10:59:47

I was going to say Claire until I said it out loud and realised it was 'I declare' so scrap that. I do like the Jane suggestion though. how many syllables is your surname?

boodleboot Thu 07-May-09 11:16:01

Heidi Sian is nice

RachieB Thu 07-May-09 12:55:13

Do you have any family names that you would like to use ?

If not then Heidi Sophia is nice

mickeylou Thu 07-May-09 13:39:07

surname is a long one - 3 syllables. i was thinking Heidi Elizabeth today but she would have a hard job learning to write her name! grin

boodleboot Thu 07-May-09 14:05:43

Heidi Michaela?

chandellina Thu 07-May-09 19:23:29

Heidi Ho? just kidding - Louise comes into my head too for some reason.

Plonker Thu 07-May-09 21:56:05

My very first though was 'Marie' - interesting to see that others thought the same smile

I do love Heidi Elizabeth too (but then Elizabeth is my most favourite name in the world ...and my dd2's middle name grin)

How about:

Heidi Jane
Heidi Marianne
Heidi Beth
Heidi Faith

iwanttolearn Thu 21-May-09 15:54:44

Heidi Nicole
Heidi Anne
Heidi Maria
Heidi Amelia

sockmonster Thu 21-May-09 16:44:02

before I clicked on this thread I instantly thought Marie- it just goes... weird

I think therefore maybe a 2 syllable name best, with the emphasis more on the 2nd syllable- as in Marie, Nicole, etc. Can't think of any today!

Er, with Elizabeth I think the name will be fine if that's the name you like. Heidi's not a long name, and your dd won't have to write her middle name out all that often

sockmonster Thu 21-May-09 16:46:31

before I clicked on this thread I instantly thought Marie- it just goes... weird

I think therefore maybe a 2 syllable name best, with the emphasis more on the 2nd syllable- as in Marie, Nicole, etc. Can't think of any today!

Er, with Elizabeth I think the name will be fine if that's the name you like. Heidi's not a long name, and your dd won't have to write her middle name out all that often

sockmonster Thu 21-May-09 16:47:34

oops!!! smile

MrsMattie Fri 22-May-09 18:44:43

I had a friend at school called Heidi Beth.

ohdearwhatamess Fri 22-May-09 18:54:04

Louise

JBS75 Fri 22-May-09 22:11:08

If you have a 3-syllable surname I think a 1-syllable middle name would go best with Heidi.

I like Heidi Anne and Heidi Jane

bumptwitkknocker Wed 03-Jun-09 12:04:53

Go with the book theme. Peter (I once knew a lady called Peter), Clara, or Goat.

pranma Wed 03-Jun-09 15:25:22

Maria?
Rose?
Sarah?

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