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    I think Millie is ok-ish for a grown up.
    However I really don't think it goes with your surname, it sounds really comical.

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    I think Millie is childish for an adult. I like the Amelie idea..

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    My niece is Amelia and we call her Millie a lot, I also knew an adult Millie so I don't think it is

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    My friend's daughter is Millie Mae. I love it.

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    DD2 is Milla Eve. I desperately wanted Milla Rose but someone at work used it a few months prior to me having bub

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    I think Millie is ok-ish for a grown up.
    However I really don't think it goes with your surname, it sounds really comical.
    Sorry I agree with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    I think Millie is ok-ish for a grown up.
    However I really don't think it goes with your surname, it sounds really comical.
    Agree. It sounds like a nick name when you say it together.

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    Millie isn't childish for an adult. I don't think any name is "childish" for an adult. I really like the name Millie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    My niece is Amelia and we call her Millie a lot, I also knew an adult Millie so I don't think it is

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    My bff is due in march her name is Amelia millie for short if its a girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    I personally love the name Millicent, with Millie as a nick name.

    I don't think it's too childish to use Millie for an adult though.
    This.
    My grandmothers name is Millicent, we all still call her Millie though and have for as long as I can remember.
    I adore both Millie and Millicent


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