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  1. #6
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    I am not a big fan of naming any kids after there immediate parent ... Are they going be called big Greg and little Greg, Greg and Greggie,.... It gets very confusing. I would use Greg as a middle name.
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  2. #8
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    It is a bit strange to me, but I also generally dislike using the father's name as the child's first name. It would seem more convenient as a middle name (the trouble of how to distinguish them).
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  3. #10
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    I agree ladies. My brother and Dad have same first name but different middle names and it has always been confusing - they get eachother's mail, etc. I would rather stay away from it and think we probably will. I think Gregory would be a middle name if anything. Thanks again!!

  4. #12
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    That's why we're using Gregory in the middle rather than as a first name, though we're not naming after my husband but a relative of his. I refused to have there be two Greg J___sons so we put it in the middle. I think that would be your better option too, both brothers would have a middle name after Daddy but no "well I've got his first name, you've only got his middle in the middle" sort of thing.
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