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    I love love love love LOVE the name George. It's one of my fave boys names at the moment.

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    I don't mind George, but totally love Henry!

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    Hooray I'm glad people like it, I really thought it wouldn't be many people's cup of tea.
    Lindy, I think all the December boys are going to be Henry or George
    I quite like Harry, but one of DP's rules is no names that sound like a nickname.

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    We have a George!! So I'm biased, I love it our George is 18 mths old and we liked it for a lot of the reasons mentioned, classic name, cute for a little boy but a good solid name for a man, not overly popular (although maybe it will be more so soon!), and he won't spend his life explaining how to spell it!
    The only nicknames we've ended up using for our George is 'gorgeous George', the g man, baby George, so nothing offensive at all! He'll always be my baby George

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    That's gorgeous George in my profile pic, he's pretty cool

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    Love.


 

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