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    Theodore Robert. Love it.

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    Robert gets my vote. Just sounds as though it goes with either Theo or Theodore. Great first name.

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    I think Theodore Christopher looks the nicest - they seem similarly "romantic" if that makes sense... but the Christopher doesn't sound as nice as it perhaps should to be the chosen middle name... and I also wonder just how long the entire name will be then too, since neither Theodore or Christopher are short names.

    Perhaps you could consider another middle name that is similar to both Christopher and Theodore...

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    David

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    I also love Theodore Christopher.
    Theodore is such a strong name ... Christopher stands up well next to it.
    You've got a mixed response here!
    is it helping or confusing you more?

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    Theodore David. I like Theodore Christopher, but I think it just ends up being too long when you add a last name. Unless your last name is very short.

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    Default Which middle name would you go with?

    Quote Originally Posted by Here Kitty View Post
    It depends on your surname but I think David or Christopher
    Agree

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    Default Which middle name would you go with?

    Theodore Christopher


 

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