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Thread: List worthy? A names...
January 31st, 2014 01:56 AM #1
List worthy? A names...
So...I am trying to add some new flavor to my somewhat boring boy's list. Out of these, which ones do you think are worthy enough of first name status?
Aidan (Not into the whole Kaden/Jaden/Braden thing, but I thought this would be a cool way to get the NN Danny.)
Andrew (Too dated?)
Atherton (This one has personal meaning.)
Aurélien (Currently LOVING this one, but is it too feminine?)
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January 31st, 2014 02:00 AM #3Member
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January 31st, 2014 11:12 AM #5Senior Member
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We have an Andrew. When we were trying to decide on his name, I had also worried that it might be dated (it's my husband's middle name, which is one reason we chose it), but it's a classic and seems to be getting more popular again in our area. Andrew's twin is Benjamin, but while that name is in the top ten here, we've never had another little Benjamin in any of their classes/programs, and at least one other Andrew a few times. We don't use a nickname for him, and all but one of the adult Andrews I know go by Andrew. I don't mind Drew as a nickname, but whether he uses a nickname will be up to him as he gets older.
I also really like Austin.Mom to: Andrew and Benjamin (identical twins), born April 16, 2012; and Alexander, born February 25, 2014.
January 31st, 2014 11:15 AM #7
January 31st, 2014 11:23 AM #9
I really like the name Austin, and like another berry mentioned, Andrew is a classic.
Atticus is handsome and certainly list worthy, but I like Atlas even better.
Artemis is nice enough, but my preference leans towards Amadeus. I'm not sure I am gutsy enough to use it as a first, but definitely a middle name option.
The others aren't really my taste.
here are some other A names to consider:
Ace....sometimes I like to shorten Alaric to Ace
August, and other August-y names