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Posted 02 July 2014 - 09:59 PM

We have two daughters: Alaina Rose and Chloe Michelle. Our son is due Nov 7th and we have yet to find a name. We've decided Michael for his middle, after his grandpa but can't find a cute but tough first name. Last name Larson...no A or C/K names. Any ideas? I don't like "old common" names.

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Posted 03 July 2014 - 08:32 AM

First off, Im loving Alaina Rose. Absolutely beautiful.

As for boys names, Wyatt comes to mind. Strong but sweet, not beginning with A, C or K and IMO sounds great with both Michael and Larson AND Alaina and Chloe's names. Also not too plain or common.. but that depends on whereabouts you're situated.

Here are some other suggestions:
Grayer
Leo
Jesse
Pruitt
Drew
Bennett
Ellery
Max
Toby
Fraser
Rupert
Eamon
Brody
Dermor
Hugh
Luca
Damien
Blaine
Zander
Theo
Emery
Declan
Maverick
Remy
Seth
Teague
Jude
Gavin
Owen
Porter
Brennan
Wiley
Ridley
Oscar
Quentin
Dmitri
Odin
Blake
Roman
Glenn
Casey
Rory
Jared
Donovan
Holden
Tatum
Beckett

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Posted 04 July 2014 - 02:30 PM

How about Alaina Rose, Chloe Michelle, and...

 

Dean Michael Larson

Dexter Michael Larson

Everett Michael Larson

Garrett Michael Larson

Henry Michael Larson

Isaac Michael Larson

Jack Michael Larson

Jacob Michael Larson

Jonah Michael Larson

Jude Michael Larson

Noah Michael Larson

 

 

I wasn't entirely sure what you meant by "old common" names... perhaps names like John that have dominated the top charts in past decades, making them seem a little outdated?  If that's what you meant, I'm not sure if names like Dean and Jack violate that (though I think they both sound somewhat modern on boys today), so I just suggested names I thought went well with Alaina and Chloe.

 

Hope this helps!







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