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  1. #1
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    Aug 2012
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    Maybe brother for my H and K

    Hi Berries,

    I am sure your wondering about the Maybe in the title of my topic. We are fostering a little boy and if things do not work out for his family we will adopt him. We already have two boys and we would like to give him a new name if he becomes ours. We've tossed a few things around but nothing sounds just right.

    We have a Hayden Paul and a Korben Reese. We like that N at the end and we like the idea of Seth as a middle name but we are open to new things. Our last name starts with an A(three syllables) . We'd like to avoid H and K, so they all have their own letter(makes labeling easier) So have at it guys let's see what you come up with.

    Feel free to open our minds nothing is set in stone, we'd just like to give this sweet boy fresh start and bright future!
    Last edited by handkmom; July 25th, 2013 at 02:58 AM.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
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    Owen
    Brennan
    Austin
    Weston
    Mason
    Benjamin
    Griffin
    Greyson
    Gavin
    Landon
    Rylan
    Ashton
    Dawson
    Nathan
    Declan

    My favourites with your boys would be Griffin, Dawson or Declan.

    Good luck!
    20 yr old name nerd, nanny & health and nutrition undergrad

    Loving for the ladies: Harriet, Olive, Daphne and Frances
    And for the gentlemen: Peter, Charles and Beau (much harder than girls for me)

    In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer -Albert Camus

  3. #5
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    Thanks for the reply. Ashton and Rylan are on the list we have. I love Dawson but the hubby doesn't. I'm not sure the Grands could pronounce Declan (I'm cringing as I imagine it...lol)

  4. #7
    Join Date
    May 2013
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    I'v always loved the name Sebastien/Sebastian - maybe with the NN Seb/Seth. - Does the child have a name now maybe use that as a middle name and then he's kinda got a part of his old life.

    Nathan.
    Tristan.
    Ian.
    Franklin.
    Donovan.
    Colten.
    Brandon.
    Brennan.
    Brendan.
    Brenton.
    Ryan.
    Bryan.
    Mason.
    Jason.
    Jackson.
    Justin.
    Aaron.
    Ashton.
    Ethan.
    Evan.
    Austin.
    Ben.
    Benjamin.
    Carson.
    Camden.
    Cameron.
    Christian.
    Keiran.
    Keegan.
    Keenan.
    Keitan.
    Kellen.
    Cayson.
    Landon.
    Steven.
    Jonathan.
    Jordan.
    Caspian.
    Caden.
    Braedon/Braydon/Brayden.
    Malcolm.
    Mason.
    Jason.
    Damien/Damian.
    Vaughan.

  5. #9
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    Apr 2013
    Location
    New York
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    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

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