Okay, you’re Berries, of course you wouldn’t.
On the other hand, if crowd-sourcing your baby’s name is good enough for the most powerful new mom in corporate America…..
Nameberry, of course, rushed to the rescue, with these excellent (we thought) suggestions:
Amias (distinctive, plus you can get away with a three-syllable first name with a one-syllable last)
Barnaby (long AND alliterative)
Fielder (sporty, yet in an unconventional way)
Hart (romantic and poetic)
Lionel (sounds brave as well as musical)
Mayer (mais oui!)
Morrissey (maybe you’re Smiths fans?)
Tobias (the stylish s ending works well with Bogue)
We also warned Mayer and Bogue NOT to name the baby Aiden, Brayden, Bentley, Jacob, Caden, Cohen, Mason, Jayden, Ethan, Noah, or Liam. Or Jack or Jackson. Simply because the world officially has enough boys with those names.
And, you know, we figured if they were asking strangers on Twitter for name advice, they might be kind of clueless.
So what do you think of the couple of the moment taking to the internet to solicit name ideas? Smart? Silly? Sincere? Or not?
Did you ask strangers online for name advice, on Nameberry and/or elsewhere, and how did that go?
What do you think of the internet as a source for name ideas?
And while Baby Boy Bogue may have a name by now, do you have any good name ideas to offer?