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So, we've decided to consider the related name, Asher, rather than Sebastian since we both love the meaning and won't need to worry about the nn as we both love Ash. It's still up in the air between...
August 21st, 2013, 06:24 PM
So I googled the names for frequency across the world. No Paxtons with our last name and one Sebastian has our exact last name (with a different middle name). Not that this is a dealbreaker, but I...
Interestingly, we've considered both classic and more modern names, but it all comes down to what seems to fit best. I'm a big fan of flow theory and see that they both have what it takes.
It's good to hear both sides and more on these names. Thanks for the suggestions.
Thanks for the responses, folks. Looks like more of you are in favor of Sebastian. We've got a little over 3 months to decide.
Thanks, it's good to test drive the name here first. Somehow, some of the nns for Sebastian are really catching on.
I like the nn Bastian. I agree that Sebastian is not "posh," but actually classic and traditional. It's a tough decision, however, since my wife and I like both and it's the nn for Sebastian that has...
Thanks! Paxton is traditionally a surname and has been modernized into being used as a first name in the past ten or so years. I, too, love the name Sebastian without a nn. However, if a nn is used,...
Haven't considered Sebby, but really like Baz, Bazzy, and Bastian.
That would be our approach. After all, the nn's got to stick and probably won't unless the kid actually likes and uses it.
We would, however, my nephew's name is Ian. It's sort of shame that Sebastian is regularly shortened. I, personally, love the name!
My wife and I are expecting a baby boy early December 2013. We both like the name Paxton, but have also considered Sebastian. My wife doesn't like the nicknames for Sebastian (Bas, Baz, Bash, Seb,...
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