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A brother for Alice and William

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Tones Tue 22-Sep-09 21:02:23

Still searching for a name for our new baby boy (due in under 2 weeks). We like Charlie and Patrick but not sure whether Patrick goes with the other names? Help and thanks!

EldonAve Tue 22-Sep-09 21:13:26

I vote for Patrick

Ponders Tue 22-Sep-09 21:14:20

Thomas smile

baskingseals Tue 22-Sep-09 21:15:13

Definitely Patrick, it's cool.

Lilyloo Tue 22-Sep-09 21:17:54

Don't know why but Joe sprang to mind with your other names
like Charlie / Charles

mazzystartled Tue 22-Sep-09 21:19:01

Love the name Patrick.

But William is very English Protestant and Patrick very Catholic. I guess that you must live somewhere where this doesn't matter, but there are a few places where it would seem a bit odd.

Charlie is a better fit - if such a thing matters - imho

BikeRunSki Tue 22-Sep-09 21:24:01

Daniel sprang to mind, but of your two suggestions, I'd go for Patrick. There are Charlies everywhere!

Ponders Tue 22-Sep-09 21:26:06

Thomas, Joseph or Daniel then?

(I love Patrick but don't think it goes with Alice & William, & as BRS says, Charlies are rife grin)

Cies Tue 22-Sep-09 21:27:41

I like Patrick.

What about:
Peter
Robert
Thomas
Christopher

nappyaddict Tue 22-Sep-09 21:28:31

I love Patrick and think it goes great but then I don't really get this thing about names going. Most names go together IMO unless they are really out there.

My suggestions are:

Felix
Rex
Hector
Connor
Malachi
Tadhg
Dexter
Fabian
Gabriel
Herbert
Archibald
Arc her
Albert
Edwin
Edbert
Edmund
Edgar
Edison
Gareth
Leonard
Leonardo
Leon
Ricardo
Guy
Ca leb
Anton
Maxamus/Maximilian/Max imo/Maxwell/Maxfield/Maxson
Frederick/Federico/Frederico
Ronald
Reginald
Ronan
Richard
Ronel
Ronson
Shay
Gulliver
Angus
Magnus
Fergus
Argus
Fergusson
Tavish
Murdo
Hugo
Hugh
Corin
T orrin
Xavier
Duncan
Dougal
Fraser
Allan
Lennox
Lennon
Ross
Gyles
Ramsay
Forbes
Gavin
At holl
Irvine
Blair
Keir
Heath
Argyll
Keith
Innes
Caspar
Benedict
Jago
Ashley
Asher
Ashfo rd
Ashwin
Declan
Francis/Francisco/Francesco
Franklin
Calvin
Alvin
Melvin
Kelvin
Kevin
Vin cent
Vinson
Vinton
Vinnie
Hubert
Ellery
Harris
Seth
Zachary
Zachariah
Zaccheus
Isaiah
So lomon
Abraham
Moses
Otis
Oscar
Milo
Nico
Brook
Addison
Matthias
Andreas
Roman
Saul
Jere miah
Ezekiel
David
Simon
Peter
Paul
Jonah
Philip
Bartholomew
Francis
Zebedee
Levi
Barnab as/Barnaby
Gregory
Gregor
Campbell
Ewan
Donald
Scott
Campbell
Alistair
Jason
Rufus
Lucius
Loucan
Stephen
Cornelius
Abel
Amos
Samson
Sami
Samwell
Elijah

MamaG Tue 22-Sep-09 21:29:20

Tones the first name I thought of was Charlie! It goes so well with Alice and William.

I only know 2 of them as well!

MamaG Tue 22-Sep-09 21:30:05

LOL nappyaddict you are utter loon

Tones Tue 22-Sep-09 21:34:22

Thanks everyone..interesting about William being English/Protestant. Hadn't thought about that. We're actually Catholic!

MamaG Tue 22-Sep-09 21:36:37

...and you can spell Alice from letters in Charlie ...

nappyaddict Tue 22-Sep-09 21:37:18

Peter
Robin
Paul
Charles
Sean
Gareth
Johnny
Tristan
Tristram
David
Martin
Simon
Robert
Iain
Graeme
Stewart
Andrew
Russell
Donovan
Marcel
Stefan
Stephen
Michael

BirdyArms Tue 22-Sep-09 21:37:33

Henry was my first thought. Like Charlie a lot though I do know a few. I also like Patrick as long as it doesn't get shortened to Pat.

Ponders Tue 22-Sep-09 21:38:38

King Billy??? (He was THE protestant William!grin)

Heated Tue 22-Sep-09 21:40:43

I like Patrick very much and Paddy is a cool nn.

nappyaddict Tue 22-Sep-09 21:43:38

Last ones I really shouldn't go on these threads cos once I start thinking I can't stop.

Gabriel
Damian
Fergal
Munro
Todd
Cassius
Caspian

Belgianchox Tue 22-Sep-09 22:01:18

I have an Alice and a William, their brother is called Louis.......but we do live in france, don't know if it would work so well in england?

Avendesora Wed 23-Sep-09 12:31:14

Edward

tummytickler Wed 23-Sep-09 14:26:22

My first thought was Henry

Jemima123 Wed 23-Sep-09 15:18:45

Patrick is nice, in my opinion. Just found out it's the name of my nieghbour's child, but had it on my list before then. Trying to be unique... but will probably fail!! Charlie is my niece's name, if that helps (or not...)

pogleswife Wed 23-Sep-09 22:28:08

Another vote for Edward. Or George.

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