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July 3rd, 2013 05:50 PM #1Junior Member
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Please help with baby boy name advice. Greyson Atticus...help!
I am searching for names for our 4th baby and need help! We have a Sophia Kristine, Landon Scott, and Ava Alexandra. We don't know the sex of the baby yet but I am going ahead and trying to find both a boys and girls name we love. For the girl, we have both agreed to Reya. We are still searching for a middle name for that one so please feel free to make suggestions! For a boy we like Greyson. My husband likes the name Atticus so Greyson Atticus is a possibility. I loved the sound of Noah Greyson but do not want an overused name! I am firm on using Reya and Greyson, any suggestions of some other possibilities that will go with those names? Thanks so much!
July 3rd, 2013 06:23 PM #3
Greyson Atticus is an awesome name! Here are a few other suggestions for Greyson:
For Reya (Which is also beautiful)
July 3rd, 2013 06:27 PM #5
I love Greyson. It was on my list to honor my dad but my best friend has a little boy called Grey so now it's not. I think Greyson Atticus sounds wonderful and fits well with your other kids names.
Reya is cute. I've never come across it before. I know a Rhea (Ree-ahh), is it a variation? In my head I'm pronouncing it Ray-ah which I really like.
So other possibilitys for both names:
Actually I think Greyson Atticus is the best of the lot!
As for Reya:
July 3rd, 2013 08:18 PM #7Senior Member
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I think Greyson Atticus has a nice ring to it. I also like other posters' suggestions of Elias and Jude. I'm only going to point this out because you specifically stated that you won't use Noah because you don't want an overused name. Did you know that Grayson is #85 right now, and that your spelling Greyson is #174? Throw in the Graydon, Greydon, Gray, Grey crowd, and there are lots of little Gray/Greys running around these days. It's a perfectly wonderful name, I just wouldn't want you to be surprised when you start running into them everywhere. I personally know at least 8, and I don't work in childcare or anything.Tara, proud mama to a Honey Badger
... and a Badger in Training
July 3rd, 2013 08:25 PM #9
I'm going to have to say that I'm not a fan of Greyson Atticus.....the 's' sound is just too prevalent for my taste. Kristine, Scott and Alexandra are all fairly familiar names....almost 1960's.....so what about:
I love Reya. I'd consider:
Congratulations and good luck!Obsessing over names since 1964