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Thread: I'm Curious...
August 8th, 2014 02:04 PM #1
My DH and I are debating on whether or not to start ttc next month and I'm curious what other Berries would name Benton Grover and Arwen Elizabeth's little brother or sister. I have lots of names that I love and so does DH, but none of them really feel perfect in our sibset. I also want to point out that all of our first names end in N; Brian, Cathryn, Benton and Arwen. I'm on the fence about whether to continue that theme and if we don't is the baby going to end up feeling left out?
I love fantasy, Greek, literary, and nature names for girls. If it sounds like it belongs on a woodland fairy, I'll probably love it. For boys, I like names that sound like they could be used for a man of Rohan or Gondor or used in GoT.
DH likes a lot of clunky/cool names like Temperance, Clementine, Humphrey, and Hugh. He loves retro movies, but he's also a fan of LOTR and GoT too, so he'll also be cool with names that sound like they could have come from those books.
I can't wait to see what you Berries come up with! Thanks!~Cathryn Elizabeth~
Stay at home mommy to Benton Grover and Arwen Elizabeth.
My fur babies are Walter and Marcheline aka Mooch.
Current favorites: Imogen Temperance, Gwendolyn Lucille, Jessamyn Hazel, Charleston Hawk, Harrison Ambrose, Thompson Conrad
August 8th, 2014 09:35 PM #3
I would continue to stick with 2 syllable names ending in n and not repeat any of the first letters at this point...
As far as suggestions go this is a great site for names like that... Probably something Gaelic or ... Hmm...
August 8th, 2014 09:51 PM #5
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Some of the unisex names could go either way and some lean more toward one gender than the other, but I tried to put them under the gender I thought they fit more. Hope you like some of these suggestions