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Thread: Heath vs Avery

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    Heath vs Avery

    We can't decide!! Really like both- which do you prefer, and if you have any others that feel similar, we're open to suggestions!! Thanks much

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    Re: Heath vs Avery

    Heath by a long shot! It's short, strong and masculine. Avery is getting too popular for girls. Unfortunately, once this happens, parents tend to shy away from choosing it for a male. It's a shame but it's reality! All the best!
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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    Re: Heath vs Avery

    I like both, but if I had to pick one I'd go for Avery since that's one more boy with that name to help keep it masculine!

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    Re: Heath vs Avery

    I really like both names. For me, it would come down to the flow with your last name. If you have a 3+ syllable last name, I would choose Heath. If you have a 1 or 2 syllable last name, I would probably favor Avery.

    BTW - it is so refreshing to hear Avery being considered for a boy!

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    Re: Heath vs Avery

    Heath is okay, but I'm a huge fan of Avery (which to me is strictly a name for boys, not girls). I also really like the similar-sounding Emory; have you considered that one?

    Compared to Avery, Heath just seems a bit bland to me. Plus, I can never quite get past the Heath Bar connection on that one.

    Others that I think you might like:

    Clark
    Ellis
    Grant
    Emil
    Reid
    Bram
    Piers
    Owen
    Archer
    Gage
    Drake
    Ross
    Vaughn
    Graeme
    Amory
    Clancy
    Henry
    Wesley
    Gray
    Percy
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    *Mother to twins Charles and Samuel*

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