Baby Name Poll Results
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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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
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.
Go with a color theme
Matching first initials
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!
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
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
Keep with the tradition!
Its not your tradition, its theirs! Don’t steal it.
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?
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