I like Millie too :-)
But I also agree with pp that it doesn't quite flow with that middle name.
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02-02-2012 14:40 #11
02-02-2012 14:41 #12
I like Millie on it's own, but if you want a longer version I think Matilda, Camilla and Amelia are all good options
02-02-2012 14:41 #13
DP isn't keen on Matilda either (told you he was fussy! ).
Rose is a nice middle name but that is my Grandmothers name and I'm not sure about naming Millie after her...it's food for thought though!
Good luck with thinking of a girls name thinkingaboutit! I'm just glad we aren't having a boy because I would have absolutely no idea where to start there!
02-02-2012 14:51 #14Senior Member
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I like Millie. My DS is Jake and sometimes people ask if it's short for Jacob. I just say that no, he's just Jake. Doesn't bother me.
02-02-2012 14:54 #15
Sounds like you and I are in the same boat at the moment... I come up with a name I like and DH crosses it off the list almost immediately.
We decided not to name our daughter with a family name either as it might cause 'issues' with my MIL should the name not be from her side of the family and I didn't really want to give my MIL that satisfaction either. The politics involved with choosing a name are amazing!!
02-02-2012 14:57 #16
i love millie!!i have an amelia and she gets called millie and to be honest i wish we had just named her millie instead!i think she has been called amelia once in her life by me beautiful name!!
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02-02-2012 15:03 #17
honestly i think it's too nick-namey.
that's just me though, i have a thing about giving kids the full version of the name. for me middle names come from significant family members so i'm no help there.
02-02-2012 15:29 #18
I think it sounds like too much of a nickname, although it's pretty.
I love Amelia though and Millie would be a great nickname for that
02-02-2012 16:12 #19
I think Millie is a nice name all on its own. I dislike Matilda and Millicent I like Camilla, but would be more inclined to nn it to Cami than Millie. I would just stick with Millie!
I have tried Millie with lots of name for a second name, and I have to say a single syllable middle name goes best.
Millie Mae? I think it is cute!
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02-02-2012 20:13 #20
Emelia (nn. Millie)
Love Millie on its own!
I would spell Ellyse this way...
Another suggestion... Milla Elsie / Millie Elsa.
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