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March 29th, 2014 01:49 PM #1Junior Member
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Help naming 3rd baby boy, please!
Husband is Griffin, sons are Grayson & Graham. Our last name also starts with a G.
For baby boy #3, we've been having a really hard time choosing a name. We're open to anything and have searched extensively, but nothing we've come across feels "right" like with the first two. The closest we've come to deciding on something is Spencer Noah (Spencer is a family name, Noah is going to be part of his Hebrew name), but have gotten lots of feedback we should definitely choose another "G" first name so he won't feel left out. Easier said than done, as we don't love any "G" names we haven't already used! Believe me, we have looked at them ALL. Plus, it's confusing enough with 3 G's in the family, would 4 be too much?
The only "G" name hubby and I would possibly consider is Garner. We are partial to using Spencer in some capacity since it's a family name (even though it was our top choice for a girl's name, but this is likely our last child and saving it would be silly). So, opinions please:
Baby due in 6 weeks - any responses & suggestions appreciated!
March 29th, 2014 04:19 PM #3
March 29th, 2014 04:37 PM #5
The important thing is to LOVE the name so I would go with Spencer Noah (two names ending in "er" aren't ideal). If you do decide to go with another "G" name, I would avoid the "Gr" letter sequence and choose something like...
GuthrieAll the best,
March 30th, 2014 03:18 AM #7☼
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March 30th, 2014 09:34 AM #9Junior Member
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My name starts with a K - a couple of those made the "big list" but were eventually eliminated from consideration.
We're not necessarily worried about the name fitting in, but it started to make us wonder when 95% of family, friends, and complete strangers tell us we "should" or "have to" choose another G name. Funny how people are so comfortable sharing their opinions without being asked!
G names were not chosen on purpose with our first two - we just happened to really love those names. It has been refreshing that the responses here so far support we should pick the name we truly like best. Thank you all for taking the time to help us with this decision!