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  1. #1
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    Third child name

    We recently found out our child due end of October is a girl! My husband and I are struggling to come up with a name. We are hoping for a more gender neutral name. We have two children a boy and a girl so we are hoping to find a name to go along with theirs.

    Son - Colin Patrick
    Daughter - Rowan Josephine

    We are open to any ideas! Thanks!

  2. #2
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    Oct 2016
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    Congrats! Some gender-neutral ideas that I think balance the classic Colin with the nature-y Rowan...

    Arden
    August
    Ellis
    Ember
    Emery / Emory
    River
    Sage
    Sawyer
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  3. #3
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    Some unisex and some feminine but non-frilly options:

    Sorrel
    Autumn
    Hazel
    Iris
    Opal
    Laurel
    Tamsin
    Maeve
    Honor
    Violet
    Vivian
    Margot
    Gemma
    Aspen
    Eden
    June
    Briar
    Frances
    August
    Olive
    ♀ J. M. (2015)
    ♂ K. V. (2017)
    ♀ A. H. (2019)

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    Angharad Mair
    twenty-two. welsh. writer.
    ❝ i'm in love with how your soul is a mix of chaos and art ❞

    Amity Eira.
    Hester Fjord. Florence Alma. Elspeth Antoinette.
    Sunday Lenore. Gaia Pearl. Petra Elizaveta.
    Liesel Blythe. Heidi Snow. Ivy Penrose.
    Eleri Marigold.

    ➤ ➤ ➤

    Forrest Wolfgang.
    Brecon Hobbes. Shepherd Fox. Eddard Steele.
    Hugo Arthur. Florian Haines. Henrik Loch.
    Hadrian Wells. Gaius Coal. Elian Author.
    Emrys Oswald.

  6. #6
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    Congratulations on your baby girl! Colin and Rowan are wonderful - recognisable and not too popular. I've steered away from names ending in the "ən" sound because it feels too similar a theme. Though many unisex names end in the sound! I'd love to know if any of these stand out for you.

    Ellery, Loxley, Dominique, Alexis, Jude, Sacha, Reese, Luca, Monroe, Tate, Riley, Clarke, Oleander, Stevie, Whitby, Astor, Tyler, Brook, Rory, Gene, Willoughby, Cyrille, Jesse, Emmett, Keely, Drew, Laurence, Pasha, Tierney

  7. #7
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    I like the suggestions of Piper, Aspen, Olive and Sawyer!

    Sorry for repeats...
    Monroe
    Peyton
    Marlowe
    Devon
    Beck
    Lennon
    Micah
    Shae
    Noah
    Wren
    Darcy
    Sydney
    Mary | Felicity | Evangeline | Winifred | Elizabeth | Mae | Joan | Alice | Dorothy | Bernadette | Eleanor

    William | Johnny | Hugh | Conrad | Leonard | Ian | Lionel | Barnaby | Isaac | Hugo | Grover | Harvey

  8. #8
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    I can imagine.......
    C0lin P@trick, R0wan J0sephine and....

    Quinn (Penelope)
    Finley (Margaret)
    Harper (Beatrice)
    Arden (Elizabeth)
    Piper (Charlotte)

    You will probably use honor names as middle names, but I made suggestions anyway....

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