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  • Levi Walker Gross

    79 48.77%
  • Luke Edward Gross

    35 21.60%
  • Leland Ryan Gross

    19 11.73%
  • Colton Wayne Gross

    10 6.17%
  • George Seron Gross

    19 11.73%
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  1. #11
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    Leland Ryan gets my vote!
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  2. #13
    This is Rachel..... My husband actually went out of town for a few days, but I know he will be excited to read all your comments when he returns. I LOVE all the feedback. My husband came up with Levi Walker the other night right before we fell asleep. I really really like the suggestion of Levi George or Leland George. thanks, again. I really appreciate having your opinions and having a husband who thinks this can be fun!! lol

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    Levi Walker Gross- voted for this. Levi is a cool enough name to balance the Gross surname. Walker adds some nice swagger.
    Luke Edward Gross- love these 3 together, almost voted for it, but it spell L E G, which isn't a bad thing, but I dislike initials that spell words unless they're beautiful words.
    George Seron Gross- the other I debated, ultimately decided Gross needed a "cooler" name, even though I personally love the charm of George, lots wouldn't appreciate it.
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    While I liked (and voted for) Levi Walker, I feel like the flow is off between Walker and Gross which is unfortunate. The same goes with Luke, which is even more important to consider due to it being a first rather than a (usually) rarely written let alone said out loud middle.

    I'm not sure what Seron is (whether it has significance to you or anything), but I thought I'd mention Soren. George Soren I would very much like the look (and sound) of.

    If I could mix-and-match I'd go with Levi Edward Gross (or if Soren instead of Seron, Levi Soren Gross).

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  5. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by sunniva View Post
    While I liked (and voted for) Levi Walker, I feel like the flow is off between Walker and Gross which is unfortunate. The same goes with Luke, which is even more important to consider due to it being a first rather than a (usually) rarely written let alone said out loud middle.

    I'm not sure what Seron is (whether it has significance to you or anything), but I thought I'd mention Soren. George Soren I would very much like the look (and sound) of.

    If I could mix-and-match I'd go with Levi Edward Gross (or if Soren instead of Seron, Levi Soren Gross).
    Seron is my husband's grandfather's middle name. I assume it was a surname passed down, but I do not know the meaning. Unfortunately, I have a bad association with Soren that I do not think I will able to get past. I have only known one Soren, and he happened to be a child I nannied for that was poorly behaved and hard to manage.

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