Posted 11 April 2014 - 10:36 AM
It's girl names that are hard for us! James seems to think that since our daughter (Sutton) has a unisex name, we have to give any future girls unisex names too, so no one is left out.
What do you think? Should we go for another unisex name if we have another girl, just because our first daughter has a unisex name?
Posted 11 April 2014 - 01:15 PM
No, it's best not to start an obvious theme because you don't know how many kids you'll have in the future and you might run out of unisex names you love and end up using one you don't love just to continue the theme. You could do double t's in the name somewhere, like Scarlett or Charlotte. But don't start a theme that you will feel obligated to keep with future children. I prefer Ezra Jameson over Ezra James. While James honors your fiance, James is overused. Jameson is so handsome and sounds good with Ezra. Jameson is the perfect way to honor James! Good luck!! Sending baby dust (or whatever it's called lol) your way. And also, I love your daughter's name, so spunky.
Posted 11 April 2014 - 02:44 PM
I agree, themes aren't really my thing. I say just go with that you love. Here are some suggestions to hopefully get you thinking:
Posted 12 April 2014 - 08:38 AM
I think it would be adorable for another daughter to have a unisex name. Overall, I think you should just go with what you love. If that's a unisex theme, go for it!
And, since I have the day off school, here are some suggestions
Posted 12 April 2014 - 11:35 AM
Aw, Ezra is cute <3 I'd go for what you love though I think Sutton can match with a lot of different names! Like in that Lying Games book Sutton and Emma were sisters.. I thought it matched fine.
If he really feels a unisex name is what would match, what about a girly name with a unisex nick name? Like these...
Alex - Alexandra, Alexa, Alexia, Alexis
Andy - Andrea, Andra, Alexandra, Adriana
Rory - Aurora, Lorelei
Cam - Camille, Camilla, Cambrie
Charlie - Charlotte, Charlize, Charlene
Chris - Christina
Cory - Cordelia, Cora, Coraline
Jessie - Jessamine, Jessica, Jessa
Jo - Joanna, Johanna, Josephine, Jolie, Jody
Mattie / Maddie - Matilda, Madeleine, Madelyn
Nick / Nicky - Nicola, Nicole, Nicolette
Romy - Rosemary
Georgie - Georgia, Georgina, Georgiana
Teddy - Theodora
Theres a few ideas, if you like those. I'd really just go for one that you both really love though. I'm personally not a fan of themes just because of that. Unless the theme happens to include your absolute favorite names lol
Posted 13 April 2014 - 11:01 AM
There is also
Sutton and Devon
Sutton and Emma
Sutton and Laurel
Sutton and Charlotte
Sutton and Madeleine
Sutton and Brianna
Sutton and Elena
Sutton and Caroline
Sutton and Louisa
Sutton and Claire
Sutton and Lyla/Layla
Sutton and Teagan
Sutton and Violet
Sutton and Alicia
Posted 18 April 2014 - 09:48 AM
I think if you find another unisex name you love as much as Suttone (which is abosolutely adorable!) then use it. But I woudn't limit yourself to unisex names. Use what you love, don't worry about a theme.
Posted 24 April 2014 - 02:39 PM
Your daughter's name is so cute!!! I say go with what you love. I also like the suggestion of doing another double t or maybe just another name with a double letter in it. Here are some other unisex names and other double letter names that I think would go well with Sutton.
Sutton and Reese (unisex and has a double letter!)
Sutton and Britton
Sutton and Hayden
Sutton and Hannah
Sutton and Finley
Sutton and Taylor
Sutton and Mackenzie
Sutton and Madison
Sutton and Emerson
Sutton and Addison (unisex and has a double letter!)
Sutton and Ashton
Sutton and Morgan
Sutton and Avery
Sutton and Payton
Sutton and Makenna
Sutton and Willow
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