My daughter's new pony is a really cute, sweet and spiffy little Welsh type guy, 12.3hds tall, bright bay with four white socks. His barn name is Cody but we're trying to come up with something cute, clever, or catchy for him to show under.
So far we've considered (with help from another thread on this forum)/come up with:
Cody The Wonder Pony
I've Got Sox Appeal
The Artful Dodger
Under The Influence
Batteries Not Included
Mr. Snazzy Pants
And Tigger Too
Kahn (Would be too cute as my daughter is Chinese adopted but I'm not sure it suits him at all. Kahn was the name of Mulan's horse in the Disney Movie)
Moonbeams and Fairy Tales (from Jimi Hendrix's Little Wing)
Chicks Dig Me
Sweet As Pie
Having just spent days (years...) compiling points for our local event organization, I seriously suggest NOT using any name with "Mr." or other punctuation in it -- I had to correct so. many. results. for those kinds of names. Also anything spelled weird is gonna get spelled weird. But not the right weird.
"Batteries Not Included" is super cute but I think it's used a lot.
My picks would be
Chicks Dig Me
or Sox Appeal (without the "I've got")
From the Wiki entry: Christopher Robin is cheerful, compassionate, adventurous, fun-loving, imaginative and helpful. Despite being a child, he is much wiser and more mature than many of the other characters, and is someone that Pooh and the others look up to.
Scooby Doo is my husband's favorite and I *think* my daugther's but she vacillates endlessly and said, "You pick mama."
When I was One,
I had just begun.
When I was Two,
I was nearly new.
When I was Three
I was hardly me.
When I was Four,
I was not much more.
When I was Five,
I was just alive.
But now I am Six,
I'm as clever as clever,
So I think I'll be six now for ever and ever.
When my mom and I had our pony ride business way back in the '90's we used to recite this poem for just turning 6 yr olds.
What an adorable pony! There are so many cute names - I think you should avoid ones that are inappropriate for a child, e.g. Sox Appeal and Under the Influence.
You know, I've gotta agree with this. Adults love the double entendre but its not groovy for the kids. Love the Code Names. Great ideas. I want to keep it something fun for my kiddo that she can identify with.