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  1. #11
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    I think Grady is nice and fits well with your other children's names!
    Instead of Gabriel, what about Gable?
    Oh, and I do actually know a strong, successful man named Glen and it definitely works.

  2. #13
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    Graham, Grant and Gage are my favorites!
    SAHM to Tess, Kaia and Jasper
    Hopeful for Penelope and Emmett someday
    180movie.com
    "The earth, O Lord, is full of your mercy: teach me your laws" Psalm 119:64

  3. #15
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    Grady Steven is really nice!
    Mama to Judah David, born November 2012 <3

    Alexia Mae, Biblical Baby Name Guru
    http://www.babynamesfromthebible.com/

  4. #17
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    To answer your question...I met a burly Scottish guy named Glen - he plays rugby. Definitely not wimpy!! I think the name sounds soft and sweet for a little guy, but it also fits in with the crowd of Mikes, Joes, Jakes, Eds, Jays etc because it's one-syllable, and boys seem to like having 1 syllable names!

    I really think Grady and Grant also fit in really well with your other children's names! Good luck choosing!

  5. #19
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    If you can't find a G-name you both love, I'd just pick a different letter. I'd rather my child had a name I love than one that fits in the system.

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