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Thread: I can't choose!
May 26th, 2013 04:02 PM #1Senior Member
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I can't choose!
can't pick my favourite from these three names so would just like you to choose the one that is your favourite just so I can get a general ideas...
Atticus (Atticus Milo James)
Obvious connections to To Kill a Mockingbird which I obviously don't mind. Is it too much?
Aubrey (Aubrey Elias Xander)
A boy's name turned girl's name in the US, relatively unknown on both genders in the UK so popularity isn't an issue here.
August (August Milo James)
I like that it sounds more masculine than Aubrey, but at the same time I wouldn't want the whole "Was he born in August?" kind of questions.
I don't want Aubrey and August on my list because of the same sound at the beginning. I thought Aubrey was my favourite of the two, but I'm now not so sure.[Isaac Barnaby Jude] [Persephone Eden Willow] [Noah Sebastian Arlo]
[Pandora Alice Winter] [Casper Nathaniel James] [Matilda Eloise Snow] [______ Gabriel Asher]
[Olwen Isadora Violet] [Theodore Ezra Jacob] [Harriet Arabella Maeve]
May 26th, 2013 04:05 PM #3Member
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We've taken a poll and our house votes Atticus. I know it's getting popular, but it's just so fun!Mother of Gabriel Christian, TTC #2
At the moment:
Girls: Avalon, Iantha, Elowen, Ilaria, Brylluen
Boys: Emrys, Walter, Aloysius, Abraham, Ambrose
May 26th, 2013 04:13 PM #5
1 August Milo James - This combo wins hands down for me! August is not only a month but a word that means "majestic/vernerable". A child doesn't have to be born in August to be given this name. Not all Aprils or Mays are born in those months. You can almost say "he looked like a little King" when he was born!
2 Atticus Milo James - I can't count the times I've seen this name lately. Yeah, it sounds good but I bet I'm going to be sick of it soon enougth because it's so trendy (even people who've never heard of "To Kill A Mockingbird" or Atticus Finch are choosing it for their sons).
3 Aubrey Milo James - I like to see Aubrey on a boy but it's really gone to the girls for now in various spellings (Aubree/Aubrie).All the best,
May 26th, 2013 04:16 PM #7
May 26th, 2013 04:36 PM #9Senior Member
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