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Teddie Boo Florence?

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5inthetomb Fri 23-Oct-09 19:31:03

This is what Charlotte Bellamy (she plays Laurel off Emmerdale) has called her newborn baby daughter. Anyone adding that to their list of names? grin. I like the Florence part of it, but not sure on the rest.

mrmump Fri 23-Oct-09 19:41:17

Its a girl? I assumed it was a boy - being called Teddy. Is it a unisex name then?

boodleboot Fri 23-Oct-09 19:44:54

awful. blardy slebs...

herjazz Fri 23-Oct-09 19:47:01

sure she hasn't just called her florence and the teddy boo bit is just her cootchie cootchie pet name thing? Cos that's what it sounds like

ShowOfHands Fri 23-Oct-09 19:49:05

Teddie Boo, likes long walks in the country and weekends at the spa.

Saw it in a Boden catalogue I'd swear.

sophiesmummie Sat 24-Oct-09 10:48:45

It REALLY is Teddie Boo Florence.... and her other boys are called Herbie and Sunnie.

qumquat Sat 24-Oct-09 13:10:57

Keith Allen's little daughter is called Teddy too. Awful for both sexes IMHO, it's a cuddly toy!

DorotheaPlentighoul Sat 24-Oct-09 13:14:39

God. They'll all change their names in future.

Megglevache Sat 24-Oct-09 16:40:29

Ahhhhhh LOVE it!

Megglevache Sat 24-Oct-09 16:41:26

perhaps on paper she is a Theodora or thedra?

KnottyLocks Sat 24-Oct-09 16:44:31

Imagine her at 40. [hmmm]

Megglevache Sat 24-Oct-09 17:07:36

But knotty- you don't get it. At 40 Teddie will be getting all snippy that her son and DIL are planning to call thier child either Brenda or Alan- it will be outrageously cool grin

bodycolder Sat 24-Oct-09 17:10:38

My cat is called teddy boo

pipWereRabbit Sat 24-Oct-09 17:11:31

Hahahahaclonck <<pip falls off chair laughing>>

LowLevelWhingeing Sat 24-Oct-09 17:24:44

"Dr Teddy Boo Bellamy will see you now..."

No. Maybe on an advert in a phone box though?

OrangeAnge Sat 24-Oct-09 17:42:44

Exactly! It's hardly a name for a future Prime Minister is it?!

Boo really does seem to be taking off as a middle name. I wonder what they will think in ten/twenty years time!

Megglevache Sat 24-Oct-09 19:49:18

sigh A future prime minister is likely to be called Chiffon-May or Kayleeagh- Pate the way names are changing and evolving.

Ot maybe Boris or Ptolomey grin

DorotheaPlentighoul Mon 26-Oct-09 08:35:14

Probably right, Megglevache -- I heard a biographer on Radio 4 recently saying that the name Victoria was, before she ascended the throne, regarded as roughly equivalent to "Kylie" today, and that a lot of people thought it was totally absurd that they were going to have a queen with such a ridiculous name...

womma Mon 26-Oct-09 09:32:23

Kinda tacky

MRSwereWOOLFhasabroomofherown Mon 26-Oct-09 12:41:26

I've never heard of the celeb. Silly name, and I cannot understand the current trend for 'Boo' type middle names.
All these Boos surely won't be happy with their middle name as adults, I hope.

Miggsie Mon 26-Oct-09 12:43:37

Fine for a baby...40 year old investment banker...no, not really.

Mother must be convinced her children will take up a profession where the name won't be a problem.

Chickenshavenolips Mon 26-Oct-09 12:47:00

Boo is my DS2's nickname, I have no idea why anyone would make it a legal name. I have also been known to call my DC's 'stinky', 'smell', 'monster' and 'buggerlugs', none of which feature on their birth certificates grin

pranma Mon 26-Oct-09 13:43:06

I have a dgs named Edward who is Ted for short but Teddie Boo?Sounds like a ghastly toy of some sort-maybe a jack-in-the box bear leaping up shouting'BOO'

KAEKAE Mon 26-Oct-09 14:40:26

I don't like Teddy for a girl and I don't like Boo.... so I hate them together! I do love Florence!

CherryPopTart Tue 27-Oct-09 16:11:44

theodore or edward shorten to ted, teddie ect not that bad
but Teddie Boo hmm im just plain confussed

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