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  1. #1
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    Question I can FINALLY ask about names!!! (preggo!)

    I have been creeping on this site for probably about 1 year!

    My husband and I had a lot of difficulty conceiveing and had to resort to fertility drugs to help! WELL I am finally pregnant with TWINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    We are soooooo happy and just can't wait to meet them! I am going to an ultrasound (again) next week to check the sexes... we went a few weeks ago but BOTH babes were very uncooperative!!!!! For some reason I think it is 2 girls but I should probably be prepared in case one or both are boys!!!

    I HATE rhymy names and alliteration names ie. Matteo and Marco

    I hate to admit it but I love trendy names like Ryker, Jaxon, Sawyer but my husaband like boring old traditional names like Michael, David, Paul etc.

    Can you help us find some middle ground? Something uncommon yet traditional?
    Middle names will be chosen by US and are not up for negotiation!

    Thanks so much!!! Our last anme begins with S... so maybe avoid S names!

  2. #3
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    Humboldt, California
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    Sawyer is a very handsome name! How about
    Asher
    Oliver
    Jackson (more traditional spelling)
    Jasper
    Reuben
    Brenner
    Cooper
    Connor
    Proud furmom to:
    Pepper, Kuno, Mia, Rosalind, Gwendolen & Cecily
    Currently loving:
    Elysia Maeve~Marina Isolde~Linnea Violetta~Minerva Sophronia~Merida Ianthe~Eleni Finola
    Tiernan Hugo~Felix Lysander~Orion Casimir~Caspian Milo~Evander Anslem~Leonidas Gavin
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    Cosima Helene & Emrys Jasper

  3. #5
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    Twins, how exciting! Congrats! Some boys' names that might combine both your tastes:
    Sampson
    Arlo
    Jameson
    Leo
    Cyrus
    Sebastian/Bastian
    Max
    Declan
    Emmett
    Weston
    Nolan
    Alexander/Xander
    Evander
    Roland
    Quinn
    Julian
    Dexter
    Roman
    Sullivan
    Finn
    Christopher/Topher

  4. #7
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    Traditional but uncommon boys names

    Hugh, Thaddeus, Harold, Heath, Lawrence, Douglas, Marshall, Declan, Theodore, Gregory
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  5. #9
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    Dec 2012
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    Congratulations!
    If you like names that are a bit more trendy (I don't know if it's just me, but Ryker/Jaxon/Sawyer not only sound a bit trendy, but they also sound a bit 'cowboy' and more overtly masculine than your average boy name. So maybe those are also characteristics your looking for?), and he likes names that are a bit more traditional, here's some names that might work for both of you, as they have some characteristics from both of those categories: (sorry for any repeats)
    Jasper
    Everett
    Miles
    Nolan
    Hugo
    Oliver
    Emmett
    August/Augustus/Augustine
    Elias
    Eli
    Clayton
    Zane
    Conall
    Cordell
    Kian/Cian
    Conrad
    Cyrus
    Dashiell
    Caleb
    Darius
    Dylan
    Flynn
    Garrett
    Garth
    Jonas
    Jonah
    Linden
    Leland
    Roland
    Logan
    Lucas
    Micah
    Updated Name List- http://www.ebabynames.com/list/eff115- Vote away...

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