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  1. #6
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    Actually a longer name would balance the brevity of Wren. Alexander Wren, Ariston Wren, Sebastian Wren, Collier Wren, Harrison Wren, Jameson Wren, Dominic Wren, Xavier Wren.

  2. #8
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    Miles is actually my husband's name I like it too!

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    When I think of Wren as a last name I always think of the famous colonial architect Thomas Wren who built the original building at the College of William and Mary.

    I actually like longer fn’s (like Thomas) with shorter ln’s (like Wren). It makes the whole thing feel more finished to me. I think it helps avoid a fn that sounds too much like a word-name which to me would be a little odd with a nature/word name like Wren. Lucas Wren nn Luke for example would be pretty awesome. My suggestion list will probably be a little more like that… long name with a very usable nn.

    Theodore (Theo, Teddy/Ted, Thor)
    Frederick (Fred, Rick)
    Marcus (Mark)
    Abel
    Eric
    Felix
    Axel
    William/Willem (Bill, Liam)
    Robert (Rob, Bobby)
    Bryce
    Bruce
    CONSTRUCTION ZONE!!!
    maybe Endora, Dexter, Gideon & Lorelei
    Newlywed (Not TTC...yet)

  4. #12
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    You mentioned that you like the sound of Guy and Kai with your surname, both of which end in a "long i" sound.

    Perhaps consider:
    Ty
    Eli
    Malachi
    Levi

    Congratulations on the new babe!

  5. #14
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    What a great surname you have!

    Wren is a great name! And I think one-syllable first and lasts can be fantastic.

    I love Guy Wren. Elegant, unusual yet familiar. There is a risk of the first and last names running together to sound like a single word, but I don't think that's really a problem.

    If you want some other one syllable ideas, how about

    Clint Wren
    Clark Wren
    Tate Wren
    Flint Wren
    Mark Wren
    George Wren

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