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    I'll vote for the following in this order:...

    I'll vote for the following in this order:
    Penelope
    Charlotte
    Eleanor
    Genevieve
    Cecelia (CeCe)
    Amelia
    Lilian (a little too similar to Liam if that matters to you)

    As others mentioned a...
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    No new opinions here :) Leo Maddox or Noah...

    No new opinions here :) Leo Maddox or Noah Maddox.
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    I think @sunshine kid covered everything I was...

    I think @sunshine kid covered everything I was going to say! Archer and Jude get my vote.
  4. My favourites from your list are Archer...

    My favourites from your list are
    Archer
    Theodore
    Liam
    I think all of these (and probably Callum as well) compliment your girls' list. Liam is pretty popular for my taste. I like Archer Murdoch...
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    I agree with pp. Unlike some of the trendier...

    I agree with pp. Unlike some of the trendier names that end in "n" these aren't rhyme-y.
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    Elijah Reese sounds better. The repetition of...

    Elijah Reese sounds better. The repetition of Jesse Reese is not so bad that I would rule it out. If it has significance for you I would go for it... middle names are rarely used in day to day life.
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    Strong, classic name and I love it even more with...

    Strong, classic name and I love it even more with Nora!
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    I would pronounce it See-gan. Not a name I've...

    I would pronounce it See-gan.
    Not a name I've ever heard of. The rest of your list is very nice, I especially like Bridger, Sullivan, and Tiernan.
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    I think it fits equally a well with Noah in your...

    I think it fits equally a well with Noah in your list.
    I really like Josiah, unfortunately it is VERY overused in our circles.
    Also a fan of Noah, so I suppose I'm no help.
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    Kennedy Kensington Kentucky

    Kennedy
    Kensington
    Kentucky
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    My favourites are: Simon Cole Sol Arlo

    My favourites are:
    Simon
    Cole
    Sol
    Arlo
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    I think Vaughn and Grace sound very nice...

    I think Vaughn and Grace sound very nice together. I prefer Balthazar or Thomas, think it flows a little more nicely.
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    Thanks for the feedback everyone. We've had...

    Thanks for the feedback everyone.

    We've had such a hard time coming up with a boy's name. Now that we've found one we can live with I've heard of two Lincolns under the age of 5. Neither are in...
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    William Balthazar. Balthazar is not my style for...

    William Balthazar. Balthazar is not my style for a first name but it's kind cool in the middle spot. I agree it flows a little better (not that middle names get said that often). I'm a fan of two...
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    Sterling was on our list but hubby was hesitant. ...

    Sterling was on our list but hubby was hesitant. I like it a lot!
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    Real life popularity of Lincoln

    Barring something really inspiring we've settled on Lincoln.
    I've heard that it's rising in popularity due to the movie out by the same name, etc.
    I'm in Canada and wondering whether this name is...
  17. I'm just adding my vote to what's already been...

    I'm just adding my vote to what's already been said, but:
    Matteo! Jameson is quite trendy. My first thought was also to suggest Matthias (good call @kala_way!).
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    My fave from your list is Graham but I think it's...

    My fave from your list is Graham but I think it's too rhyme-y with your LN. So my vote goes to August!
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    Poll: Personally I think that if your husband has lived...

    Personally I think that if your husband has lived with this name and still feels this strongly about passing it on I would try to respect that. As a second middle name it will rarely be used. (Our...
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    I agree that unfortunately it's quite rhyme-y.

    I agree that unfortunately it's quite rhyme-y.
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    Trying not to duplicate...: Austin Memphis...

    Trying not to duplicate...:
    Austin
    Memphis
    Tate
    Tobias (Toby)
    Brantley
    Bryce
    Grant
    Gideon
    Jedidiah
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    Trying not to duplicate...: Austin Memphis...

    Trying not to duplicate...:
    Austin
    Memphis
    Tate
    Tobias (Toby)
    Brantley
    Bryce
    Grant
    Gideon
    Jedidiah
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    I think they sound quite lyrical with your last...

    I think they sound quite lyrical with your last name. Very lilting. I would avoid longer names as a previous poster suggested since it seems to get more rhyme-y with multiple syllable names (i.e....
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    My husband's family and mine both use just one...

    My husband's family and mine both use just one middle. We've chosen to give or kids two, both family names. I love the sound of two middles but that's my personal preference. I think that two can...
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    I think both are usable. Warren feels a little...

    I think both are usable. Warren feels a little dated to me but I agree that it could fit in with the other 'grandpa' names. I like Jericho but would hate Jerry as a nn.
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