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  1. #6
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    I would suggest Terrance or Tyler.....if your hubs is wanted to stick to a "T" name.

  2. #8
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    I think several names on your agreed on list are fun - Darwin, Phineas, and Emmett certainly qualify as fun. and I really do like Henry as well.

    My choices would be Henry Lowell or Phineas Edwin.

    But you asked for other ideas so here goes.

    names like Darwin: Devon, Rowen, Aaron
    names like Matthew: Matteo, Matthias, Merlin, Hugh
    names like Phineas: Finley, Phillip, Felix
    names like Henry - Harley, Heath, Harry, Enoch
    names like Emmett - Everett, Elliot, Rhett, Emmanuel
    Names like Thomas - Theodore, Thaddeus, Thor, Thurston
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
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    I really adore August!!

    Some other suggestions:
    Flynn
    Sullivan
    Miller
    Davis

  4. #12
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    Jun 2011
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    I love Henry, Emmett, and Thomas!! I think Tessa and Henry or Tessa and Emmett would be great together.

  5. #14

    Thanks everyone

    Thank you everyone for your suggestions. I love the name Theodore, but my best friend just used it about 3 months ago, so if we did, it would have to be a middle name. Thanks for bringing up that Phineas and Tessa have a lot of "s" sounds together. That does make sense. I'm wondering if I'd be able to do "Finn" (not Finnian, Finnegan or anything longer)... I really like the name Ethan, and it wasn't on our list, but it looks like it's #3 right now, so for me that's too popular. I kinda do want to avoid another T name, just because we're definitely not going for a T thing, but I would use another T if it were the right name. I do like Thaddeus, but people often mispronounce it ("correct way" is with a short pronunciation, as in apple). I know Darwin sounds geeky... that's kinda ok with us. We'd rather the name has a connotation of "smart", than a less desirable trait.

    Steph

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