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Thanks everyone for voting! It's also been very helpful to hear all of your comments.
A pretty even split between the two names, so I guess that's a good thing in terms of both of them being...
Not sure I like Aizen for a boy in general (sounds kind of feminine, just imo) but definitely the Z thing going on with Aizen Blaze doesn't really work for me. Aizen with something else maybe, like...
May 17th, 2012, 01:38 PM
I wasn't sure if you wanted them ranked (in order) or each rated on a scale of 1 to 5 ...
Ranked in order for me they are:
1. (Kate/Rose &) Noah
2. (Kate/Rose &) Luca
3. (Lucy/Clara &) Isaac...
Gale for a boy is cool, I don't think it sounds too feminine. Few girls (or even women) are named Gail these days. And Gale is kind of like the boys name Dale, so it has a boyish sound to my ear.
May 16th, 2012, 04:50 PM
Leonard is cool, plus he would have the option to go by Leo if he wanted to. I highly doubt that anyone will give a second thought to BBT in a few years anyway.
Thanks everyone for voting!
So this new baby will have an older brother (5 years older) named Rodrigo. It just occurred to me that this is a lot of "go" in our kids names :-)
Rodrigo and Hugo?...
Avery sounds like a girl's name to me, it just sounds feminine to my ear. It's also a name I could easily see taking off in popularity for a girl name. Just my honest opinion.
May 15th, 2012, 01:29 PM
Seems like there should be a rule against changing your mind at the last minute without offering any other suggestions! The last thing you need at this point in your pregnancy is more stress!
I like the name Joachim but sadly I think there will be pronunciation issues here in the U.S., maybe less so with the spelling Joaquin because of the actor. (But I forget how does the actor Joaquin...
May 15th, 2012, 11:49 AM
Middle names are used so rarely anyway, that whether you have one middle name or two middle name, I don't think it makes any difference. So if you prefer two middle name, go for it! :-) But imo...
Owen Douglas flows together very nicely, so I voted for that.
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Thanks for pointing that out, I did not think of that. I guess "you go fast" is not necessarily a bad thing, but good to consider. :-)
Interesting to see the fairly even split so far between...
Thanks for your feedback, lucialucentum! The pronunciation issue is one of the things that makes Xavier tricky. My spouse will pronounce it ZAY-v-yur and I'll pronounce it sheh-vee-EHR like we...
Poll: Hugo or Xavier
We're expecting a boy in August and are trying to pick between two names:
We're bilingual (and bi-national) and we have lived in Portugal, Brazil, and the United States (where we...
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