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    I think Charlie is a great name for a girl (or boy) but spelt like that - none of this Charlee etc business.
    I also love the name Charlotte, classic and beautiful.

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    Default Re: Charlie for a girl??

    my nephew is Charlie, i also know several female Charlees.



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    I love Charlie for a girl! Our dd is Frankie (she has a very feminine middle name) also love Davey, Noah and Luca for girls names

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    Default Charlie for a girl??

    I think it's definitely a unisex name but I think it's a woeful name. JMO.

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    Default Charlie for a girl??

    I love the name Charlie for a girl or a boy I actually had it pick out for either when I was pregnant so guess what my newborn sons name is? That's right Charlie

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    Default Charlie for a girl??

    We call out DD Charlie (she's a Charlotte).

    We just sort of decided that we would have a Charlie regardless of the s3x when baby was born haha.

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    Default Charlie for a girl??

    I'm not a huge fan. But I'm with other posters that it should be spelt Charlie - I agree that other spellings are a bit ick. It's a very common name at the mo so bear in mind she probably won't be the only one in her class when she gets to school. There are 7 Charlie's (girls and boys) across the 3 prep classes at DSs school.

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    Default Charlie for a girl??

    It's ok, but I'm not a fan of Charlie for a boy or a girl.

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    We have a Charlotte and she gets Charli/e for short. People spell it with and without the e, but no other variation has ever been used. I personally prefer it without the e. I know it's meant to be really popular, but I only know of 1 other Charlotte and she's 10.

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    Default Charlie for a girl??

    I have a Charlotte and would you believe it she gets called many many things but never Charlie, our friends on the other hand had a little girl and called her Charlotte so that they "could" call her Charlie


 

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