Huggies babies born Dec 2009

Ashton Michael

Laylah

Rogen Patrick

Jay Brian

Emma Jade

Ella Rose

Addison Lee & Rhys Jamie

Riana Jeanine

Mia Shannon

Mitchell Connor

Xavier Jay

Rachel Elise

Flynn James

Tate Anthony

Roxie Bridget

Jake Arnold & Ella Marion

Sophie Emma

William Hamish

Sophie Willow

Jack Christopher

Imogen Kate

Hunter James

Tia Isabelle

Bethany Adell

Andrew

Jayda Maree

Caed Duncan

Brian Edgar

Lacey May

Jack James

Olivia Erin

Wyatt Anthony Logan

Morgan Nathaniel

Layla Fay

Elsie-Ruth

Jaxson Rodney-John

Annie Michelle

Nate Russell

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4 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Bewildertrix said,

    I like the stand alone Annie. Such a sweet but sensible pet form.

    Elsie-Ruth is rather nice too although I’m not a hyphen fan.

    • 2

      babynamelover said,

      You would use it as a full first name? I think having been given Annie as a nickname I prefer having a longer version as a full name.
      I’m not a hyphen fan either Elsie is cute, I think I prefer Elsa though.

      • 3

        Bewildertrix said,

        I wouldn’t use it as first name myself but it’s been used as a full name for hundreds of years and I prefer it to Anne. If we have a girl, my great grandmother’s and Jez’s grandmother’s name Annie, will be used as a middle.

        I don’t see Annie as any different from Juliet myself. Both pet names, people just don’t realise it.

      • 4

        babynamelover said,

        Annie would be lovely in the middle 🙂 I didn’t even realise Juliet was a pet form until you told me!


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