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  1. #1

    Baby boy #2 name trouble....

    My husband and I are having a hard time finding a boy name for our second son due in Dec.
    Our first sons name is Brock. Names we have discussed...

    Xander
    Maddox

    Shane (love this name but its out because it sounds horrible with our last name)

    Other ideas maybe

    Caden
    Ryker
    Blake
    Bryar
    Jaydon
    Luca

    We have a lot of boys in the family so a lot of the names I love are used.

    Thanks for the suggestions and thoughts!!!!!!

  2. #3
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    I think that Ryker actually goes so well with Brock! That is my favourite but other ideas are:
    Thatcher
    Riley
    Kale
    Duke
    Rafferty
    Eulalie (Ireland) Della
    Larkin Thisbe (vice versa)

    Ozias Bear
    Thoren Balthazar

  3. #5
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    Oklahoma
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    Xander and Ryker are my favorites from your list.

  4. #7
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    Location
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    My favorite from your list is Ryker followed by Luca
    Boys
    Spencer|Benjamin|Henry|Declan|Rhys|Grayson|Peter|Q uinn


    Girls
    Laura|Charlotte|Caroline|Savannah|Nora|Natalie|Hel ena

    Guilty Pleasures
    River|Sawyer|Moss|Barrett|Sky|Archer

  5. #9
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    B is such a distinctive letter that I find Brock and Blake or Brock and Bryar too matchy. Moreover, I think it would be a little bit of a shame to have one son with a rather unusual name (Brock is only ranked at 336 or so) while the other's name falls into the -adon trend (Jayden is #7, though with other spellings like Jaydon, it is higher; Caden/Cayden/Caydon/Caiden/Kaden/Kayden/Kaiden/Kaydon also combine to be pretty high in the ranks).

    Xander, Maddox, and Ryker would be great choices to go with Brock, though! They all have this great edge. I think I rather prefer Xander; it shares Brock's bold vibe yet slightly softer sound. These might work well, too:

    Brock & Pilot
    Brock & Granger
    Brock & Channing
    Brock & Cruz or Crew
    Brock & Axel
    Brock & Damon
    Brock & Huxley (nn Huck?)
    Brock & Cavan/Kavan (more unusual and more deeply rooted than Caden)
    Brock & Griffith
    Brock & Talon
    Brock & Cian/Kian/Kean (ditto about Cayden)
    Brock & Crosby
    Brock & Deacon

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