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Tuesday, July 18th 2006, 11:35pm

Andy honey

I LOVE your girls name, but what does it matter who likes it?? It's your choice.

The only thing that I think about Spike, is that is fabulous for a young tot, but as DP has just said, can you imagine a bank manager/accountant called Spike? I don't tend to agree with him, just giving you a mans opinion. Knowing your surname, how about 'something spike X' and having it as a middle name rather than a first name, but he can still be called Spike and then make his own mind up when he is able?

Personally, I love it. I like unusual names, but having a very odd name myself as a middle name, which my parents loved and I hate, I am glad to have the choice.

Again, knowing your surname, I LOVE the combination of Spike and X

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 6:13am

HI HOn

Like others I think Spike is a fab funky nick name but would consider reatining something else too so that he has the option of a more bsiness orintated name later if he so wished...could you find a name you liked where it would be appropriate as a nick name....but at the end of the day ..your babys name is for you your DH/P and bubs and no one else so choose what pleases you both. We have chosen familial names for pip but they were in our favourites sowe were lucky.


My favoured boys names: Jamie/Jack/Joseph/Zak/Angus

Favoured gilrs names: Emelia (millie)/Poppy/Charlie/Tegan and I LOVE India but she'd need to be beautiful to carry it off and it would have been no good with our surname anyway




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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 10:12am

Aww Tinks, I love your names too :D

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 10:29am

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 10:35am

I think it's each to their own. When I chose my DD name (Daisy) we had a mixed reaction but it really suits her and know you hear a lot of girls called Daisy.
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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 10:40am

We've had a really good reaction to Mabels name. I always get comments on how nobody would of thought of it but it works! And my theory has been right, I had my hair cut the other day and the saturday girl was washing my hair and she had never heard of the name Mabel and loved it, so by the time Mabel is a teenager then it will be a pretty girls name not somebodies great granmothers!!

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 4:33pm

I love Daisy Emma..my friend wanted to call her DD that but hubs wouldnt let her...when she arrived she was such a little DAISY but he stood his ground......they called her Sabrina in the end.......she'll always be Daisy to me though!!


Mabel is lovely CHilli..willl you shorten it to mabs...I lOVE MAbs too




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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 5:38pm

No just Mabel. i was considering shortening it Mae or Belle but Mabel has stuck already plus if she doesn't like it then she can change it to Mae or Belle it's up to her!

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 6:02pm

Tinkerbell we have chosen Zak for a little boy - we have a weird surname so it was hard to find something to go with it that I liked but Zak just fit!! Still swithering between Jessica and Bronwyn for a girl. Those have been the names for over 3 years and I will no doubt find something else now I am pregnant lol!!

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 6:04pm

ITs lovely just as Mabel and your rightshe can play with it if she wants.

We will probably call pip JJ as an ickle baby then his proper name as he grows up




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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 6:08pm

Hazel - Jessica is still one of my choices but with babs taking my middle name we will both have the same initials!!

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 6:10pm

I like

Daisy May
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and Jac, Bobby, billy, Math (old welsh for matthew)

WE kinda agee on girls names and Jac but not on rest DP wants freddie


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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 7:33pm

nice names :D

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 8:24pm

We liked: Girls: emma, caitlyn, and obviously summer

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 6:01am

Andy,

Great names at the end of the day its down to you and DH what you call your little one, someone you know will always comment because its not their choice!!

We are calling our little girl Freya (meaning norse goddess of love and fertility) Bethan.

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 8:08am

we were encouraged to choose an extra middle name for strawberry when we legally adopt her. we have chosen Ruby. she often calls herself roo, and it means precious jewel.
Andy I love spike, especially with your surname! and Hamish ......... sounds very distinguished. you know your top girls name has been my fav for years too!!!

Chilli, Mabel is just lovely. x
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 10:04am

Daniel or harvey was our boys names .

Teagan Elizabeth is my bump ... Elizabeth being a family name on both sides - both dead nan's .. morbid but it keeps the parents happy.

her surname begins with A so her intials will be T.E.A ... which DP thinks is pretty cool. :rolleyes:







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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 10:08am

I will probably name b*** after my brother, stepbrother and 2 ex!!! :)
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 10:16am

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Love the name Teagan....funny that it can be for both boys and girls...means attractive for boys and beautiful for girls


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I love b***s name options...you know my fave of the 2!!




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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 10:41am

i like toby for a lad, and i have a few faves for girls, i like ruby (very good choice veggie ;)) lola, imogen, leah and phoebe :P



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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 10:42am

Makes him sound human and regal :P (and is better than Sven or Klas-Goran)
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 11:12am

I of course love tegan as thats my mate ltbe01's little girls name :D
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 11:13am

Tegan, Mira, Ellika (Ellica) are lovely!
Sebastian and Joel too.

All of them wrong for me! :)
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 12:48pm

Why have I got stars in bratleybananabubs reference???????? IT certainly cant be cos its swearing or offensive in anyway??????? Id this big brother censoring...if so have a word




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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 12:56pm

I think it's because calling your baby a brat is offensive to some people, I don't like it that's for sure!! It's probably been automatically sensored?

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 1:15pm

Bratley is an actual name! I have worked with one!

Do a quick googlee and see!
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 1:25pm

Id hardly call the phrase bratleybananabub offensive......and whilst I can understand people being upset if you call their babies brats how can it offend if you refer to own child that way esp given theyve named one of the most successful range of dolls after the phrase so it can hardly be offensive to the majority of the Uk Bratz owning population...or is Bratz acceptable and Brats not??????? . I cant believe calling your own child bratley can really be regarded as offensive....personally I find the use of the term Kid not to my liking but I wouldnt dream of suggesting other people cant use it...and I regularily refer to my bubs as sprog which I know some people dont like........but again its hardly offensive.

Personally I believe in truly offensive things being limited but really beleive that this is over sensitive surely everyone has a right to refer to their children as they see fit ...so long as the word is not deemed as a 'cant' word.........

Oh and by the way..lets hope that my mate never comes on here and sees this as her name surname IS Bratley.....so who is offending who here!!



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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 1:42pm

http://genforum.genealogy.com/bratley/
(better make sure they censor their site!) :)
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 1:54pm

It's each to their own and personal preferences. There is another thread on here where you've mentioned B**t is referred to, not Bratley.

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:06pm

Still dont see why you cant call your own child brat, sprog, kid , rugrat, carpet muncher...whatever you want.........all can be regarded as derogatory if you chose took them that way and if they were aimed at someone elses child.......the fact that some of us wouldnt choose to use them personally for our own child I feel is academic. I honestly beleive that censoring the term 'bratleybananabub' is wholly uneccessary and is a step too far.




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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:14pm

If you want to call your own child that it's fine, all I am saying is that some people find the term 'b**t' offensive (maybe as some people call kids spoilt brats or something along those lines)

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:15pm

Yes and I have not called him The Brat since!
I am so sorry that you found it offensive and I have respected that!
I find Mc Donalds offensive but I dont force that on other people, I am also a christian but I respect other peoples believes!


BBC had a radio show on a few years ago, BBC Radio 4 had a game show (please note, RADIO) and they used to say Lovely Samantha is doing this, lovely Samantha is doing that... There was no Samantha really but some ladies got so flustered that they phoned in telling the hosts to please leave the lovely Samantha alone, she was just trying to do her job!

During apartheid in some South African universities the people handling the University Diary, a printed book with peoples birthdays in it, used to have to censor Nelson Mandelas birthday. It was marked with a special star though.
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:18pm

Lets hope the military dont feel like that as Brat is a term used to describe military children (per se) as well as badly behaved/spoilt children and immature adults




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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:19pm

The use of “Brat” has been noted as offensive to members.

When members sign up, they agree not to use words that are offensive to others. The board has requested that members refrain from using this term to describe their babies for the general populus.

It is clear that after the board requested that the specific term “Brat” is no longer used, subsquent posts have been detailed with various derivatives of it – such as Bratley, Bananabrat, in a bid to “get around” the rule set.

This issue of whether “bratley” is a real surname is irrelevant. The Google search, whilst interesting, really does not have anything to do with the subject and request in hand.

This thread is for the discussion of baby names, so can it please now return to the intended subject

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:20pm

But you're not referring to your child as a millitary child are you!

I'm not entering into this conversation anymore, I personnally find the term offensive and am leaving it at that.

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:22pm

Im not referring to my child as that at all...and wouldnt choose to but respect others right to if they want.....

Eeyore...request to leave the subject alone duly noted after above post...that will be my last word on it



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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:42pm

My post dissapeared... What do you guys think about Brad as a boys name?
Does he need to look like Pitt to carry it off?
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:45pm

I like Bradley.

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 2:51pm

I quite liked Bradley with a t, was getting quite fond of it.
Brad needs to be quite a broad man though... not sure if we will achieve that!
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:07pm

i just went to pick dan up from school and a lady was showing off her new bubba, little girl and she has been called elkie! that will stick with me, i dont think ive ever heard of that name before, very unusual.
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:08pm

German, I wanted to name the one who can not be named Sigvard but was told that was a big no no

Elkie is quite sweet...
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:13pm

i have a friend who loves russian names, and is thinking of calling her lil girl saskia, or anastasia. they are nice too,



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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:15pm

ive just remembered another girls name i love, claudia :]
but i will never get mike to agree to it, it sounds terrible with my last name :rolleyes:



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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:28pm

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:44pm

my cousin called her (now grown up) little girl elke (pronounced elkie) I think its lovely
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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 4:36pm

My DH used to have a cat called Anastasia (not a name chosen by him!!). He shortened it to Nasty 8o

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 4:49pm

Clare so glad you picked Summer and Bradley, they are lovely names and suit them to the ground! They really don't look like Kain or Caitlyn :))

Like the name Saskia! If we ever have a boy at the moment we have decided on Mason James :D

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 5:21pm

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i just went to pick dan up from school and a lady was showing off her new bubba, little girl and she has been called elkie! that will stick with me, i dont think ive ever heard of that name before, very unusual.
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What about the famous person, Elkie Brooks (singer I think or actress). Nice name. My fav girls name of all time is Rebekkah with middle name of Louize. My fav boys name at the moment is Christopher but DH's is Johnny and we have unwritten agreement that I choose the girls and he chooses the boys name. I like Johnny but not sure about it 100%.

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 5:46pm

We already have definite names - had them picked years before i was pg!

Our little girl will be called Isla Eve and boy will be called Michael John.

I too picked the girl and DP the boys name and luckily enough we both like the names we picked and both sound great with DP's surname

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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 6:14pm

They are lovely names too Murphsmurf :D

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