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I vote Caroline. Caroline Alice Victoria would sound pretty.
Yesterday, 04:12 PM
Sorry for any repeats:
Don't let your SO name him Ryker if you don't like it. That's not right. Both people should like the name and it's not fair for him to say he will not consider any other names. I think it would be...
I really like Rafferty! I like Truman too, too bad your husband doesn't. :(
Based on your signature, you seem to like cool, short names in the middle spot.
Arden Cruz (or Crew)
July 28th, 2015, 01:55 PM
I voted for Caroline. I also like Charlotte, but it is very popular right now. Beatrice and Alice are NMS. Margaret sounds good with Rose and Frances, but Margaret has always sounded heavy to me.
Arlo is my favorite, followed by Leo.
I don't think it's very usable. What if the kid wasn't athletic, or if he struggled in school? I can just see a lot of teasing potential and it seems like one of those names that there is a lot of...
I like it. I don't picture any particular kind of person when I hear it.
July 28th, 2015, 01:31 PM
I chose Wolfric William. Wolfric is very unusual (at least where I am from), so I think it would be nice to have a more common middle name that he could choose to go by later in life if he wishes.
Maybe Simon Edward? I would use a name from your husband's side since Henry's middle name and Simon's first name have family connections on your side. Simon George sounds good too, but if the...
I love Autumn. It's sweet and cool, and I tend to like nature-y names. I've only ever heard of one, so it always surprises me that it is in the top 100. It feels familiar, yet relatively uncommon.
I think Silas is my favorite of your options. Don't doubt yourself - you've got nice options! I don't absolutely love Huxley, but Hux is a great nickname. I love Everett, but Rhett is nice too.
I second the suggestion of Lachlan/Lochlan. I find William bland. I really like Rory.
Augustine - I love Augustine. I think that you could probably get people to call him by the full name, though there is always the possibility that some people will use a nickname or that he may...
July 27th, 2015, 01:50 PM
I would put it in the middle name spot or just use it as a nickname. I agree that it sounds like a pet name you call a child. I think it would be hard to pull off as a formal name, especially for an...
I voted for Charles/Charlie because I LOVE Charlie. Alexander would be my second choice probably. The only one I don't like is Oscar.
July 27th, 2015, 12:54 PM
It's gotten pretty high on the popularity charts, but I don't personally know any, big or small (I am in the Midwest US). However, I don't know a ton of little kids/babies so that might be part of...
July 27th, 2015, 01:15 AM
What boys' names have you liked or considered?
Axe: Astoria or Sansa
Add: Aurora, Saskia, or Zosia
I like Sawyer with your other boys' names.
Here's a few more ideas:
July 26th, 2015, 10:26 PM
I think I prefer Milo. I like Scott for the middle name since McKay and Mikaela are similar. Dexter always reminds me of that really dorky, red-haired kid from that Cartoon Network show (Dexter's...
I like Stella Naomi and Stella Josephine.
Harvey and Wesley are both great. Wilfred would probably get made fun of where I am from.
July 24th, 2015, 03:45 PM
Jasper Elliot Flynn
Jasper Emilio Flynn
Jasper Hugo Augusten
Jasper Elliot John
Jasper Emile Flynn
Jasper Elliot Hugo
Jasper Augusten Davis
Jasper Augusten Hugo
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