I like all of the names on your list. :)
I'm not really sure about Ashton because my friend is named that and she is a girl, considering the baby is a boy.
I don't like Lincoln or Ford though.
Great name choices though.
I'm not sure what to give as a suggestion (that's not do to your taste being odd, it's just that I"m fresh out of ideas at the moment)
Or will little Griffin feel left out that he does't have a C name?
Although it's not bad with 2, I would personally avoid using the -in or -on end for the third. I think it sounds better and flows with something shorter for the third, like Flynn. Which I guess does have the -in sound, but not the same 2 syllable rhythm...
I love the -in "theme." If I were you, I would stay with that. They would all have a little bit of each other in their name and everyone would know that they are related. I think that would be super cute! Plus, it would flow super smoothly. What about any of these names?...
Thanks for all the responses! There are a lot of great suggestions to consider, and also great insight into the names currently on our list... For the person who said it seems that I would like to stay outside the top 200, that would really be ideal. It's seeming like quite a task this time around though!
Here are some new names I will be adding to our list... Opinions welcome. Are any of these likely to skyrocket?
Branson -would it be odd that this means "son of the raven" where Corbin means raven?
Cade -is this substantial enough to stand on it's own- and not be confused w/ Caden,etc
Caspian -this is really growing on me.
Some honorable mentions... I like Leo, but since this baby will be born in August, it might be a little too obvious. Maybe as a middle? I really like Gavin, but I think it's probably too similar to Griffin and also too popular. Xander/Zander is great too, but is already being used- although it could work as a middle.