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The one that I knew was from a super rich New England family... like rich enough to buy a city. He was very serious, quite proper, and a bit socially awkward. His clothing taste was quite...
Ok, so with James Gibson, nothing that ends with a J, G, N, or S. No 1 syllable names, and really 3+ would probably be the optimal flow. What I think of with hippie...
Leander James Gibson
August 3rd, 2015, 12:05 PM
Genevieve Anne... by far. It's lovely and has real class...
August 2nd, 2015, 01:31 PM
Are you going for all of your kids to have R names? Ronan and Rocco are much to close for me. I'm not sure what to suggest, as I'm not sure whether or not you're trying for an R pattern.
Salaam, khooshumadi! Congrats on your son! First off, Darius is the *perfect* cross-cultural name. I believe Christiane Amanpour used it for her son. Spelling the name strangely will simply be a...
August 2nd, 2015, 01:13 PM
DH has a Z surname, and we crossed off all names ending with an x/s... It could work, but I honestly don't feel like it results in a good flow. That being said, Pax would just be the nickname......
Ok, I'll give you all the ones I LOVE (A LOT)... some are, perhaps, too far out in left field...
Soren, Evren, Cavan, Calvin, Beckett, Blaise, Bastien, Amos, Anders, Alden, August, Archer, Booker,...
Ansel- I like it, but I think it's too close to Amos. Also, 2 boys with the letter M and 2 with A... what if you had a 5th? He'd seem like the odd man out...
Revere- I like it as a middle, but it's...
August 2nd, 2015, 02:09 AM
I voted for Cyrus Evander, but I think Matthew or Dean would go better as the middle. Abram would be my #2... Ezra is nice, but you seemed to want something uncommon. I think that Ezra is going to...
Moses Taylor is dashing. So J, S, K, E, Z, and O have been used...
August 1st, 2015, 03:20 PM
Magnus Myron (from Myrrh)
Magnus Gabriel (an angel)
Magnus Raphael (an angel)
We did find out, and it was good for a few reasons:
1. We both REALLY thought it was going to be a boy. Actually, I'd told DH when we were dating that I'd always felt my first would be a daughter......
I have a hodgepodge American accent, with the Chesapeake region and the South being the most dominant. I say Ra-fa-yel. It is my #1 pick for a boy... I just adore it. It's easy to pronounce,...
I never really liked onesies, as it was too hard to change diapers... so I preferred 2 piece outfits (mostly cotton) from the get go. It was also a lot hotter here when Emu was born, so it was often...
Ok, so DH is from Iran, and I'm from the US. We actually just pray we don't have a son, as this is a huge area of contention between us.
First, it's a surgery... there's risk in any surgery. It's...
I'd recommend putting another name in between Duane and Nuncio, as Duane Nuncio would slur to Duanuncio. Richard Duane Nuncio would become Richarduanuncio. Roman Nuncio would become Romanuncio. Avoid...
July 31st, 2015, 09:22 AM
I might have accidentally mixed in some New Testament, sorry...
Reed Prospero... it has class and flare.
Rafferty! Quinn sounds like a sister to Marlo...
Sounds like compensation for something else, to be blunt.
July 30th, 2015, 12:07 PM
Ryker Vickers does not sound nice. Moreover, wasn't Ryker actually Riker? How about suggesting other Trekkie names? But I do agree, naming is a team effort. It means sacrifice on BOTH parts. We...
I feel like it sounds best when the middle starts with a hard consonant sound, but not an M.
July 30th, 2015, 11:33 AM
Beckham (nn. Beck)- too tied to 1 person. Should David Beckham do something horrible, that's all anyone would think of.
Beckett (nn. Beck)- Fits perfectly with Harper, imho. Does it pass the surname...
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