Last edited by binnielici; 08-06-2016 at 15:29.
I have a good friend called winsome and it was high on the list for ds2 if he was a girl
I'm not sure some names will ever make a real comeback, even if there are the odd few kids around with the name.
Some of the boys names I just can't see really coming back:
Girls names are harder. There's been so many I thought would never come back, and then they do! My mum's name is Robyn and we'll be using that as a middle name for our girl. I don't think that name will be making much of a comeback, obviously we're using it for honorary purposes, although I don't mind it as a name anyway.
If we were having a boy, DH wanted to use his dad's name as the middle name - Colin. Not a fan. Glad we're having a girl now. Lol.
I think all my 3 kids' names easily fit in this category. Old names, but not used much, and probably won't make a massive comeback. I am a huge fan of old names. The only downside is there are never any water bottles or key rings with their name on it in shops.
Last edited by littleriv; 09-06-2016 at 08:15.
I know a few people that have named their children, Wayne
Another one I have heard around here is Charlene
I met an Esme at work today. She's 15 . And I know a 2 yr old called Stella
My name and my DD's middle name made it into this hehehe...
I cannot think of any names to add though.
I think this thread has pretty well covered the names of my entire extended family - my parents generation and older that is.
ETA I lie the thread has also covered either the first or middle names of me and my siblings.
Last edited by SSecret Squirrel; 08-06-2016 at 18:32.
Olivette - my Nan's name. It's a pretty name but I can't imagine it being used now.
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