The only name I don't get that excited about is Caleb. Hamish is very handsome! I love it.
I also suggest:
I like Micah! :-)
Originally Posted by ella17
Just noticed Phoebe in your signature, that was going to be #3s name if he was a she. Great name! :-)
Hmm, my comment yesterday didn't go through. My phone is lame. Anyway, I had mentioned Derek, Tobias, and Carden, although I had no reasoning behind picking those names. :p
I love the Scottish name Gregor, and it would be a great way to honour your brother in the first name spot. Oh, and I do love Miles!
No one mentioned it, but we have reconsidered another name we had on our list before finding out the gender (but had excluded when we initially made our top 7 list).... Bryce Gregory.
I liked a lot of names but none of them felt right. I think this one feels perfect for our little man :)
Nice! Just curious, what connotation does Bryce have where you live? In America, it has a very cowboy, rugged, western feel to it because there is a really neat national park called Bryce Canyon in Utah. Seth can have that feel too, for whatever reason.
That is a very handsome name! I really like Bryce.
Weird, I'm in California and that isn't the connotation I got at all from that name. Then again, I'm not familiar with the national park. I always pictured a nerdy-hot English librarian like Rupert Giles. :D
Originally Posted by sparrowfinch
I'm not really sure of the connotation to be honest. It's not a hugely popular name here :-)
I'm in Australia and Bryce reminds me of the famous aus writter . No cow boy association at all same as Seth. Cow boy names are more along the lines of Ned, Dean,.
I really like Bryce just a shame the other half said no.