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I am (thank God) not in this situation, and do not come from a divorced family. However, I've seen this played out soooooo many times in the lives of my friends. Keep in mind that you are walking...
I know Shilohs and Judahs. Jericho is a name I'd like to see more of...
I like Arthur James and Sophie Beatriz. Congrats! We had a hard time, as we needed to find names that sounded good in Farsi, Turkish, and English. We finally settled on using Italian names as firsts...
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I'd go for a 3+ syllable middle (to balance out the shortness of Brooks) that neither begins or ends with an S. It also depends on your surname, though...
I voted for Frederick, which is just dashing. Arthur and Desmond are also grand. I'd suggest Malcolm, Jasper, Caspar, Clark, Sterling, Roland, Reid, and Theodore.
I love Malcolm (nn Mac... dashing), Frederick, and Desmond. Gareth is nice, but I'd worry he'd be called Garth a lot (maybe I'm just too Southern... it might depend on where you live). Desmond I...
My favourite combo would be Julian Thomas, but Julian can sound a bit feminine... I'd probably go for Caleb Thomas (although it totally depends on the surname).
Levi is pretty common. Sorry for any repeats...
They are a bit too matchy for me, as they are both B-y. B.J. is unfortunate... How many syllables is your surname? Origin? What sound does your surname begin with? At the very least, I'd go for a...
November 24th, 2014, 11:43 AM
I like Torin, it's very rough and tumble for me. I think of a little boy in patched up jeans with holes in the knees. I can't imagine it on a girl.
Depends on the surname... Sorry for any repeats...
November 24th, 2014, 11:13 AM
Lee is a bit of a tongue twister with your surname. I actually had a hard time saying it, with all the L's. Ronald Collelo sounds better to me... so do James and Wilson.
Ok, I'm in a similar situation. My DH is Persian with an Arabic surname that sounds like either an alien from a sci-fi movie, or a depression medication (Z0lgh@dr). We just named our daughter, and...
November 21st, 2014, 09:31 AM
I think those 2 would follow him. It is a bit nicknamey... would you consider Oswald, Ozias, or Boaz?
Our daughter is going to be really confused. DH only speaks to her in Farsi, and I only speak to her in English. However, DH's family sometimes speaks Turkish. We live in China, so most other people...
I love Micah. Ford and Ray are honestly a bit choppy together, as they're both one syllable. That being said, middle names are rarely used... the second middle name is even more rarely used. If...
@blade Actually, you can hold dual citizenship past 18. As long as you don't serve in the military of either country, it's not really an issue. The main benefit is being able to travel to Iran to see...
I like James Edison, although it depends on your surname. Although I love Edison, I wonder if it's too much as a first name... If your son is incredibly smart, then it would be grand. If, however, he...
In the beginning people may associate it with the truck... but slowly they will associate it with your son. You could preempt it by introducing him as "Ford, like Harrison Ford" if you like that...
November 21st, 2014, 12:02 AM
I'm a fan of Thomas Yuret. Cedar is a great name, but I agree with blade... it really pops out in relation to your other choices.
I agree with pps, that Finn and Lincoln are great with Hadley (although it depends on your surname). I'd also suggest:
I honestly immediately noticed the ers... When I say it aloud, it really sounds like too much er...
November 20th, 2014, 09:25 AM
I love Malcolm! Mac would be a cute nn that would fit in perfectly with your bunch. I personally wouldn't use an -er ending.
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