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Are there loads of Olivers in Essex?

(9 Posts)
angfirsttimer Mon 26-Oct-09 18:04:31

Oliver is the only name DH and I can agree on at the moment but are there going to be ten other kids with the same name in his class?

rachel234 Mon 26-Oct-09 18:26:51

Considering that Oliver was the 2nd most popular boys' name in 2008, I think, definately yes, there most likely will be at least one other Oliver in his class.

AngryFromManchester Mon 26-Oct-09 18:27:55

olivers are ten a penny in essex, it's true

shoobidoo Mon 26-Oct-09 18:32:01

There are loads of Olivers around - I would avoid it for that reason.

AngryFromManchester Mon 26-Oct-09 18:35:01

i think it is because all the yummy mummy's like little jamie from essex

angfirsttimer Mon 26-Oct-09 18:46:03

I hadn't even thought of the connection with the puffy faced chef!
Bugger - was hoping it was not actually as popular as the league tables suggest.

AngryFromManchester Mon 26-Oct-09 18:49:20

go for what you like though. Icalled ds1 a name that was not really popular but became popular about 2 or 3 years after he was born and then I called ds2 a name withouth 'thinking' of popularity and I took him to the baby clinic for the first time and there were three people there with a baby with the same name! shock though his was spelt properly in the scottish way (scottish name)

Sagacious Mon 26-Oct-09 19:00:48

There are two Olivers in ds's class

(rural Essex)

mrsfuller Mon 26-Oct-09 19:01:27

There are 3 Olivers in my ds's nursery group of 24, so yes, very popular!

Hadn't thought of the Jamie Oliver connection actually (perhaps because it's his last name?).

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