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Just wanted to throw out Tobiah, as a combo of Tobias and Josiah. It's one of my favorites! :)
February 13th, 2014, 01:21 AM
If you think Hudson may be a little "faddish," how about Hutton? I really like both combos, but I'm not sure Jasper goes well with big brother, Wyatt. I think Hutton and Wyatt would be a great combo....
March 11th, 2013, 01:33 PM
I really like Zion North for some reason. It's a word name and I think it flows great in the middle. I love your naming style!
March 11th, 2013, 01:28 PM
I prefer Rivers over River. I love that it's unique, but I think the s at the end gives it a little something extra. But I like both names!
Micah John - For some reason this is my favorite? Not sure why because John is pretty common and I usually don't go for those names, but I like it with Micah. And I like that he could go by MJ :)...
I like Sutton. I also like it for a girl, but I think it's so uncommon that it could easily be unisex. I think it's a great name. I also like Hutton for a boy.
My friend is expecting her second little boy. Her first little one is named Sawyer Lane and they like the name Kade. Do you guys have any suggestions for middle names?
Sawyer Lane and...
I don't care for Rayce and also think it's too matchy matchy with Jett and Dash.
I think these names would go well with the sibset:
I love Sailor / Saylor. I think the Saylor spelling makes it feel more like a name. I know a little boy name Saylor and I think it's precious. He has a sister named Clover and a little brother name...
I really like Declan! It immediately makes me think of Irish names.
I like Sawyer, but it's overly popular to me these days. Some other...
January 24th, 2013, 01:03 PM
I dislike it also. -aiden trend.
January 24th, 2013, 01:02 PM
I LOVE Finn Theodore and Finlay isn't bad (although I prefer the Finley spelling). I do think it's a unisex name, although it feels a bit more masculine to me. Overall, I think it's a very handsome...
The correct pronunciation for Graeme is "Graim."
Poor Ryot and Annachi. The spelling on both is such an eyesore. Yikes.
October 31st, 2012, 02:05 PM
I love pets with human names! But I always have to be careful and pick a name I don't want to use on a child in the future. To me, naming a child after a pet would be similar to naming a child after...
October 31st, 2012, 12:55 AM
I think Otis goes best with Zachary and Theodore. What about Milo?
October 31st, 2012, 12:53 AM
I really like Rigby!
Nash Remington North
Nash Remington Hayes sounds great too
Nash Remington Cole
Nash Remington Noble
Nash Remington Rhys
Nash Piers Remy
I think Remington pairs better...
Theo Alexander is so handsome! And they are two completely different names. Just because your friend has a Leo doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to use Theo. In fact, they sound like a great friend...
Lane is a great middle name for a boy. My friend has a 2 y/o named Sawyer Lane. I think it flows great. Lance could work in the middle with almost any name, IMO.
We were recently watching Footloose and I thought, "Wow. What an interesting bunch of names in here." Some that caught my attention:
Ren McCormack - I think both would actually work as a...
October 29th, 2012, 01:29 PM
I think the nn Harry would only be used if you dictated it. I know a few Harrison's and none go by Harry. I like Davis, but don't care for Knox all that much as a first name. I love Hart and Hayes...
Spencer and Tobin nn Toby. I love the nicknames Spence and Toby. Both so cool! Both are on my list.
For some reason Henry immediately popped into my head. I definitely picture her using something classic.
October 18th, 2012, 06:48 PM
Bentley Jax - Says "cool," but it's VERY trendy. I'd stay away from Bentley
Ryker Graycen - Strongly dislike Graycen, especially spelled that way. Ryker reminds me of the prison.
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