Is James too boring?
Justinapretty · 16/06/2008 23:58
My fiance wants us to use James but it doesn't wow me what do you say?
Bronze · 17/06/2008 00:03
I have one. Though has always been called Jamie or even Jimbob. Hes named for someone though so sentimentality won out for me. Also we thought it better to have a normal name we both liked as the rest of ours choices were so different.
ButterflyMcQueen · 17/06/2008 00:04
i know a little James -very handsome yet sweet!
AitchTwoCiao · 17/06/2008 00:04
i love it. james, jimmy, jim, jamie etc. i think it's a lovely name.
BoysAreLikeDogs · 17/06/2008 00:04
James is timeless
TheFallenMadonna · 17/06/2008 00:19
James is a smashing name.
Lurkinaround · 17/06/2008 02:15
Oh yes, James is great. It's a grown up name but it can also be cool when shortened.
My James (18 months) is a Jim, Jimmy, Jimbob, JimlyBob, JimJoms, JimBlob  not ever going to be a Jamie though. Unless he chooses it when he's older. Jimi is way cooler though.
cornsilk · 17/06/2008 03:26
I like it.
James is number 5 in Thomas the Tank. (the red one) You could have a James bedroom.
UnderRated · 17/06/2008 03:58
I like it.
We have a baby Jimmy in DS's music group and he is fab
escape · 17/06/2008 05:06
DS2 is one!
Not my first option, but only one me and DH agreed on!
it is timeless.
He is every nikname mentioned above and more!
MKG · 17/06/2008 05:29
EffiePerine · 17/06/2008 06:43
Nt boring at all, a lovely name.
Buda · 17/06/2008 06:48
A nice classic strong name. My grandad was James and was know as Jem or Jemmy by some. I like Jem.
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