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I personally am not a fan of double middles. My brother has 2 middle names and it has always caused problems and confusion. That's just my opinion though! Lots of people probably have 2 middle names...
Yesterday, 09:17 AM
Foster, although DH hates it. Hopefully he'll come around...
Grayling reminds me of a little animal creature or something sci fi. If it wasn't for that I like the way it sounds.
Elliot- love! 3 syllables, starts with E, rolls off the tongue
Gabriel- really like. Biblical, love the nn Gabe, ends in L but still sounds masculine
Rowan- prefer it on a girl but like...
I voted for Booker John and I think Booker James looks good as well. I love Booker! My husband and I are ttc and if we conceive and have a son we're strongly considering it.
Well I was going to comment that it's not my style and I don't see the appeal but I see you've decided against it. Hope you find the perfect name!
I like Asher! I like that it's a biblical name but it still feels fresh and usuable. I personally would not use it because someone I know well used it and we live in a very small town so I wouldn't...
I don't hate it but I think it's boring and outdated. To me it just sounds like a common middle aged mans name.
I love Judah.
Yesterday, 01:07 AM
I like the idea of Rory but find it difficult to say. I really like Keegan. Choose what you like best, though. You have to live with the choice.
I think that if you absolutely love a name popularity should not matter. I used to be against popular names but I have now came to the conclusion that popularity isn't always a bad thing. Popular...
Wow, this is interesting. I didn't know there was a pronunciation issue with Eva. I thought everyone pronounced it ee-vah.
If you're asking for personal opinions, I do not like Marabeth Jean or even just Marabeth at all. On the other hand I love Ellie Kate. What a sweet name for a little girl! And as an adult she could...
May 31st, 2015, 10:02 AM
Everly Anne Hartman
May 26th, 2015, 04:32 PM
Hadley and Rowan are my favorites from the list but I chose Margot as the first instinct of a strong leader type name.
I love Savannah. Im a fan of beautiful, lady-like southern belle names and that's how I think of Savannah.
Alexis Ivy Kate
Alexis Ivy Grace
Alexis Ivy Wren
Alexis Ivy Quinn
Alexis Ivy Brynn
Alexis Ivy Claire
Alexis Ivy Piper
Alexis Ivy Brooke
Alexis Ivy Gretchen
Alexis Ivy Tatum
I think Eden is pretty. It's not popular where I live so I find it refreshing. Nancy sounds very old lady to me. Popular with the 60+ age group around here. Rose kind of go back and forth on. In...
I would choose Eliza Annabel. Just my preference :). Choose what makes you happy, both names are perfectly nice and normal lol
May 6th, 2015, 09:49 AM
I think if I had to pick today I'd do Hadley Rowan and Isla Reese. But that chances on the daily lol
Jade. Simple, classy, easy to spell and pronounce, underused. Sounds like a winner to me :).
I really like Cassidy.
March 19th, 2015, 10:04 PM
Annessa or Rachel.
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