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Franklin Xavier was born on March 24 at 4:40 a.m. Baby brother for Penelope Marguerite.
We chose Franklin because Penelope wanted to name the baby "Blankie." We thought "Frankie" was a good...
I like Gideon better, but Solomon gives the cute nickname Sol...
December 23rd, 2015, 12:09 AM
Maybe something with a Shakesperean flair?
December 23rd, 2015, 12:00 AM
Jameson (instead of James)
December 14th, 2015, 11:48 PM
Levi Marsh popped into my head.
Levi Maple would be the obvious Canadian choice, but I love the suggestion of Hudson.
Not sure if these have been mentioned:
December 14th, 2015, 11:19 PM
I like Maximilian from the suggestions above. It is a tough last name to work with... Then again half my family has a last name that rhymes with Rick and is a synonym for a male anatomical part so it...
December 14th, 2015, 11:17 PM
Laszlo is great! It also makes me think of Lazarus.
I like Keegan better too.
Finnegan Thomas O'Malley
Rowan Thomas O'Malley
Cedric Thomas O'Malley
Almost anything sounds good with the Thomas O'Malley combo, IMO!
I like Maddox the best. Is Maddox Kenton Michael too much with your last name?
SouthernMaple, that's hilarious, especially the future Puritan Minister category!
For girls, I love but would probably not use: Tamsin, Harriet, Delphine, Octavia, Augusta
For boys: Earnest, Augustus, Otto, Arlo, Chester (Chet), Darwin
Most of these are just ones that either...
December 12th, 2015, 09:15 PM
I actually love Gage, and Theodore is my second favorite from this list. I agree--wait to meet the little guy and one will jump out at you!
December 8th, 2015, 10:00 PM
My favorite is Callum, too!
Everett, Lorenzo, and Milan are runners up.
I agree that the others are a bit out there - maybe for middles?
December 8th, 2015, 02:59 PM
I think Jasper sounds fine with Atha, and it's a cute, not overdone name!
Hmm. So have you thought about spelling it Quinton vs. Quenton? I agree that the -er sound is different. From your list I like Rafferty and Jasper the best, and they sound better with the Quinton...
Couldn't Walt be short for Wallace? Or Walden? I think Walt on its own is fine, especially if it goes with your last name.
What if you used one of Peter's variations, like, Perrin, Piers or Pierce, as a middle for Meyer?
I don't find the double d sound in Conrad Davidson too mushy, but I see how it might sound that...
I don't think the pronunciation will confuse him. My daughter goes to a Spanish Immersion daycare and they pronounce her name, Penelope, the way you would in Spanish. It doesn't confuse her, and I...
Another suggestion - what about an occupational name that is not obviously an occupational name, like:
Clark or Clarkson
I don't think Thatcher is too...
How about some names from this list of classic boys names below the top 100?
With Shepherd, I particularly like:
To me the multiple short E sounds in Quentin and Everett make it a bit one-note. But looking at all the names, there's a short -e in all the middles.
How about something with some different vowel...
December 7th, 2015, 04:04 PM
I actually like Bryony and Evelyn together! I guess Evelyn is a bit more popular, but the middle name Tabitha connects well. The tough part is that so many boys names end in -n, and somehow the n...
Sigh... I dated a guy named Hobbes (a nickname). He hardly ever went by his given name with friends, but he used his real name at work. I think I'd make Hobbes a nickname and give him Robert as a...
December 7th, 2015, 03:34 PM
What comes to mind:
Chet (but maybe short for Chester?)
Milo just goes with the other three names, to my mind!
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