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March 6th, 2013 08:16 PM #6
Bennett - so handsome. Theoretically I love it - if it weren't for that kid I went to MS with.
Beau - Beau is interesting. I like that it's soft and round but I've yet to meet one that wasn't a duchy womanizer.
Eli - Eli is cute. I prefer it as a nn for Elijah or Elias but that's mostly because I like longer names.
Owen - I love Owen/Eoin. Almost made my top 10 except it sounds weird in German.
Alden - meh.
Edward - So handsome. I have a fixation with Edwin at the moment. Equally recognizable but probably going to be a bit less popular with the Twilight generation.
Edmund - Edmund is gorgeous.
Andrew - it's my SO's name so I associate it with all things great. I would never consider it since my German family can't pronounce it correctly, and sounds like An-Ru.
Jasper - I adore Jasper.
Levi - I just think of the jeans....if my husbands has no vote, then....
Endora & Lorelei / Dexter & Gideon
...we are newlyweds and not trying...yet...
March 7th, 2013 05:55 AM #8
Last edited by bamms; March 7th, 2013 at 05:58 AM.Mom to daughters Rylin, Winslet, and Paisley
And now introducing....August Oliver
Girls: Cora, Tatum, Paisley, Hadley, Weslyn, Tegan, Victoria, Winslet, Madeline, Posey, Seraphina, Kate, Stevie, Quin, Mariah, Hazel, Rylin, Laura, Sutton, Evangeline, Sarah
Boys: Maverick, Tristan, Wesley, August, Toby, Caleb, Henry, Dorian, Breckin, Flynn, Bentley, Easton, Emery, Oliver, Jack, Weston
March 7th, 2013 11:13 AM #10Senior Member
- Join Date
- Dec 2012
Thank you berries for all the great suggestions and of course opinions, it really helps to know other people's reactions to a name!
@bamms - From your suggestions I like Elijah, Jonas, Rowan and Lucas.
@lexiem - I really never thought about Edwin, thanks for the suggestion! It has that Edward like handsome-ness and it's as popular. Edward is a name that is frequently used in my family so that's where I got it from.
March 7th, 2013 11:36 AM #12
Bennett, I dislike, sorry. I think at Banette (a big French Business)
Beau, I dislike, sorry. For me (I'm French), it's a word that I use every day. It's not a name (like Beautiful). But the sound is nice
Eli, I like. Nice, short, sparkling.
Alden, Why not. I'm not fan however.
Edward, Preppy, sympathetic.
Edmund, It's very outdated for me, sorry.
Andrew, I dislike the sound "Drew"
Jasper, Nice, but I prefer Caspar or even Gaspard.
Levi, Yes, my favorite. Lovely, literary, artistic.
March 7th, 2013 11:37 AM #14