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  1. #6
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    Oct 2013
    I would go with Kepler Jackson. It has been a name you both have loved for a long while. You might regret not using it. Kep is a sweet nickname.
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  2. #8
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    Jun 2013
    Quote Originally Posted by mischa View Post
    Neither name is my style but I vote for Kepler. It's a more unusual choice and you've loved it for a long time so that must mean something. I don't like Parker at all for any gender (park her?) and Parker P or PP could be troublesome (it makes me think of the tongue twisting nursery rhyme "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers" )
    Exactly what Mischa said. I think Kepler is the right choice in this instance. Good luck
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  3. #10
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    Sep 2013
    Buffalo, NY, USA
    I like Kepler better. "Kep" is a cute and fun nickname, while Kepler will look great on a resume when he grows up. I like how Kepler is unusual enough to stand out and be remembered, but not too unusual.

    I do like Parker fine, but I don't think that the initials "P.P." are going to go over well at school some day, you know?
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  4. #12
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    Mar 2013
    Boston, MA
    Nameberry is not the best place to come to with unique (i.e. modern invented) names, either. But I vote for Kepler. I think Kep is a great nickname!

    I like Parker more for a girl for some reason. I guess because I like Parker Posey and also my friend's beautiful daughter.
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  5. #14
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    Nov 2013
    Kepler is the name of a brilliant Renaissance astronomer and scientist - what an awesome namesake. There's a NASA observatory named after him. That's what I thought of when you mentioned the name. If I met a young Kepler, I'd be very impressed.

    I think that if you are certain you want two kids, then you should use Kepler for this baby, and Parker for the next - they make a really wonderful sibset, because they share so many of the same letters and sounds, yet they couldn't be mistaken for one another. And they are both surnames, both two syllables. A really perfect pair. Of course, if you want more than two kids, it might be tricky to find a name that fits in with your existing two names.

    Best wishes!

    p.s. I'm a fan of alliteration, so don't see the PP thing as an issue... but if you like a name starting with I for a middle, it could get you to the sweet nickname Pip - cute for a young girl or boy.
    Last edited by themonarch; November 25th, 2013 at 06:50 PM. Reason: added p.s.

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