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#1 whitman9

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:22 PM

Our baby boy is due in August and hubby and I can't agree on names.  We want a name that will suit a baby as well as an adult.  We want something unique and different, but not anything made up or totally off the wall.  We have a 3.5 year old daughter named Ava Alicia (pronounced a-lee-cee-a). I'm open to suggestions.  Please help!



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Posted 17 April 2014 - 03:46 PM

Miles

Rowan

Jackson

Nathaniel

Jacob

Vance

Eric

Xavier

Zachary

Ross

Evan



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Posted 17 April 2014 - 05:27 PM

Waylin/Waylon

Kyson/Cyson

Zephyr

Felix

Rupert

Rhett

Isaac

Vincent

Damien

Rhys some people use Reese ( I don't know if you say Rhys like Reese But I have been pronounce like Rh-eyes)



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Posted 18 April 2014 - 09:11 AM

Here are some more requirements......which is why it's so difficult for us to choose.  Our last name is Pennock.  I like the fact that Ava's first name is two syllables, middle name is 4 syllables and last name is two syllables.  I'm looking for a boys name that is two syllables, middle name either one or more than two syllables.  Names I love are Holden, Preston & Quinlan.  My husband does not like Holden and Preston.  Holden isn't masculine enough for him.  Preston sounds too preppy or snobby for him.  He likes Quinn, but not Quinlan.  Quinn Pennock doesn't sound right to me.  A one syllable name and too many "n's" perhaps?  I like the middle name Reece.  Oliver and Collin are some others we've tossed around, but I'm not 100% sold on them.  What do you guys think?  Any other ideas for two syllable first names and one syllable middle names?  We're looking for something that just jumps out at us.   Possibly something we've never considered our thought of before. 

 

Holden Reece Pennock

Preston Reece Pennock

Quinlan Reece Pennock

Oliver Reece Pennock

Collin Reece Pennock






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