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  1. #6
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    Jan 2010
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    (first name) + (John David or Edward Stephen) + Kitcher? The syllable count would be ?-1-2-2 or ?-2-2-2. First, I'd nix any 2 syllable names. I'd go with a 3 syllable name definitely. From his/your list, here's what I come up with:

    Alexander
    Theodore
    Frederick
    Harrison
    Nathaniel
    Donovan
    Adrian
    Sebastian
    Jeremy

    You're right about Spencer. Since your last name has an -er ending as well, it may be best to pass on it. When it comes to Rose as a middle name for your daughter, it's a bit overused if that doesn't bother you. Why don't you look at other 3 syllable names that may pique your interest?
    * 5 easy ways to judge a baby name
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  2. #8
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    May 2013
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    Thank You davisellu - I like Seth David John (I dont mind which way around them middle names are as long as they are in there).

    Thank You basicsand - I don't mind longer names but my boyfriend doesnt like them he prefers simple names (as he calls them). So Alexander, Theodore, Frederick (I hate this name sounds like a old man), Harrison (cant use a Nephew is called this), Nathaniel, Sebastian (I love this but he's not sure he says it's hard to say).

    Donovan/Adrian/Jeremy - These are on our list but he's unsure on all of them. Are there any other 3 syllable names that are relativly easy to say.

    Rose is after my nan so it's not just a random name it has some meaning.

  3. #10
    I like Theo and Lucas best!

  4. #12
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    May 2013
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    Thank You Lucas is my fave name.

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
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    I'll throw in these other 3 syllable names:

    Edison
    Jefferson
    Raphael
    Sullivan
    Thaddeus
    Tobias

    If pronounciation is an issue, why not do a Super Search of 3 syllable names with your or your significant other's heritage?
    * 5 easy ways to judge a baby name
    http://nameberry.com/blog/5-easy-way...ge-a-baby-name

    * 21 other baby name rules worth following
    http://nameberry.com/blog/no-dumb-na...orth-following

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