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Keeping with a ’trend’ vs. Originality

I am the proud aunty of Dawson, Madysen, Keegan, and Tagen. Question for you is, should we keep with ’tradition’ and stay with the ’en/on/an’-ending names, or strike out on our own. Would our child feel left out? If we stay with ’tradition’ what are your favorite ’en/on/an’-ending names?

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Keeping With A &rsqu


Poll created: Jun 20, 2013
Total Votes: 2


If it were just one or two kids, I’d say that you could change it, but since you have four, I think you should stick with the theme. How about: Maren/Merryn, Allison, Bethan, Seren, Kaitlyn, Adalyn, Aspen, Elowen, Fallon, Eden, Camryn, Samson, Caiden, Ryan, Dylan, Devon, Arron, Ethan, Cameron
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
If these are your nieces and nephews there is no "trend" for you, that would be their trend. If you want a trend you should star one of your own, your child shouldn’t feel left out, these children are their cousins, not siblings.
You could
Go with a color theme
Matching first initials
flower theme
Element theme
Unisex name theme
double first name theme
culture name theme
or not have a theme at all and use names you love!
If you like one of these and need suggestions let me know!
posted by Alivia Jade :: 4 years ago | report
Sorry, I think I might have misunderstood. If your sister/brother is expecting another baby then I think they should continue with the theme.

If you are asking whether you should follow the same theme as your sister/brother for your own baby, then no, you definitely shouldn’t. I like some of the themes suggested above.

~ Poster 1
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Whatever name you fall in love with go with, whether it follows the pattern or not,
Just in case:
Peyton, Mason, Jaden, Tegan, Hayden, Hudson, Catelyn, Jasmine, Arden, Vivienne, Lauren, Jason
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Keep with the tradition!
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Its not your tradition, its theirs! Don’t steal it.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Do away with THEMES. THey are silly and lock you into names you wouldn’t otherwise consider. Why in the world would a child feel "left out" knowing his/her parents chose a name they loved?
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report

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