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Thread: Why are boys' names so tricky?
July 22nd, 2013 11:27 PM #1Senior Member
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Why are boys' names so tricky?
We're doing our due diligence in brainstorming all the possible names for our little boy due this fall.
What are your thoughts on our/my shortlist, and send us any recommendations. We're all ears!
(PS, our last hame is two syllables and starts and ends with 'S'. We prefer names out of the Top 75, but can't help but crush on some classics.)
- Everett / Rhett
- Thaddeus / Tad
Thank you in advance!
Last edited by plum jo; July 22nd, 2013 at 11:41 PM.
July 23rd, 2013 01:31 AM #3Welcomed T January 2012
Expecting another little mover July 2013
Will it be -
Genevieve, Zara, Catalina, Maylia, Juliet or Ivy
Archer, Bodhi, Teague, Miller, Tavish, or Rio
July 23rd, 2013 01:48 AM #5
Love Stellan, Jasper, and Conrad.
Quincy: I can't get behind this. Makes me think of queezy
Everett: I like it, but I don't love it. I have a good friend with a son named this, so I see it a lot.
Clancy: I'm in the fence. Better than Quincy.
Weston: Meh , it's ok. Not perfect, but not bad.
Thaddeus: I like it. Thaddeus always makes me think of Amadeus (which I LOVE)
Henry: It's ok, but I find it a bit boring as it is generational family name. Probably does not have the same feel to you.Mommy of Juniper Teagan & Pyrus Nikolai
Catkin Guinevere, Celandine Ceridwen, Heliotrope Isolde, Nettle Chiyo, Hebe Dilwen, Foxglove Amabel, Chicory Tallulah, Pennyroyal Matilda, Wedelia Imogen, Mallow Araminta, Dandelion Jane
Senna Lazarus, Bramble Gideon, Comfrey Azrael, Thistle Dorian, Huckleberry Iver, Larkspur Saul, Bear Cornelius, Yarrow Barnaby, Sol Aurelius, Hawthorn Otis, Centaury Eben
Non-Nature Loves: Hestia & Bartleby
July 23rd, 2013 09:17 AM #7
July 23rd, 2013 12:20 PM #9Senior Member
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