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Charles and Dorothy for twins?

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fustilarian Wed 15-Jul-09 22:50:40

Charlie and Dora for short, to go with older sister Libi? Any potential pitfalls envisaged?

MamaLazarou Thu 16-Jul-09 08:16:45

They are brilliant names. I also like Dot or Dolly as nicknames for Dorothy.

brimfull Thu 16-Jul-09 08:19:26

dora the explorer

my ds's friends mother is called dora and the kids find it hysterical

MamaLazarou Thu 16-Jul-09 08:25:17

I was trying not to mention the explorer! But yes, the connection would be pointed out instantly, and often.

belgo Thu 16-Jul-09 08:37:19

Dora the Explorer isn't a bad connection though is it? Not enough to put you off using the name.

Charles and Dorothy are fine if you like them.

Boodlerpoop Thu 16-Jul-09 09:54:46

I like those Think Dot is nicer abbreviation for Dorothy tho...

paisleyleaf Thu 16-Jul-09 10:05:45

Chuck n Dot sound fun

LilRedWG Thu 16-Jul-09 10:07:18

Lovely names.

thell Thu 16-Jul-09 11:25:37

Fab fab fab!
(especially as I like the nicknames - Libi is also really nice, well done you!)

fustilarian Thu 16-Jul-09 23:06:25

What is Dora the explorer? Not quite at the tv character stage with DD one... Is it/she a particularly bad/offputting personality then?

mrswoolf Thu 16-Jul-09 23:33:02

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pranma Sun 19-Jul-09 12:05:29

both lovely names and they go well together

Clure Sun 19-Jul-09 12:08:14

nice names, not sure about Dora- prefer Dot or Dotty

fustilarian Sun 19-Jul-09 19:17:48

thanks everyone, might go for isaac instead of charles now, but dorothy looking more likely- with a possible dodie as nickname..........

ReneRusso Sun 19-Jul-09 19:22:28

Charles goes better than Isaac (with Dorothy) imho

LoveBuckets Sun 19-Jul-09 20:01:05

Dora the Explorer is a v worthy educational cartoon. My DS1 was speaking Spanish at 2 thanks to her!

I prefer Dorothea to Dorothy, bit more glamourous IMO. I LOVE Isaac though, Ike for short? Of course nicknames usually end up longer rather than short, she'll be Dillydollydoodah or something for the first 5yearsgrin.

jellybeans Mon 20-Jul-09 13:38:18

I am not keen, abit old fashioned.

teddygirl23 Mon 20-Jul-09 16:03:30

agree with lovebuckets dorothea has the wdge over dorothy.

Fimbo Mon 20-Jul-09 16:07:15

In Scotland it would likely be Chick & Dot.

Lakota Mon 20-Jul-09 16:15:07

My aunt is Dorothy, and she is known as Doll or Dolly. It never seemed odd to us!

mrsradders Wed 22-Jul-09 10:57:56

i like a friend has a little boy called charles and another did consider dorothy but changed mind..i think dotty is lovely.
xx

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