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Milo Harrison vs. Yes vs. No

My husband Erick and I are due to welcome a baby boy on October 25th (yes this month!) and he still needs a name. We really want to name him something that’s unique, unusual or at least something you don’t hear much these days, but something that isn’t silly or weird. We came up with the name Milo and we really like it but we aren’t 100% sure about it (more like 85%). Because of this, and the fact that we aren’t telling our friends and family the name until birth, we want outside opinions. Wdyt of the name Milo? And what do you think of Harrison as his middle name? It’s not set in stone, it’s just one we’re tossing around. If you don’t like something (Milo itself, Harrison as the middle name or both) can you please suggest something we might like instead? That’d be great! Big sister is Briar Elizabeth (22 months). Also, how does Briar and Milo sound as a sibset? Thanks in advance! –Rebecca, Erick, Briar and our baby boy.

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Milo Harrison Young 33% (1 votes)
Yes Young 67% (2 votes)
No Young 0% (0 votes)

Comments

I like it!
posted by guest :: 2013-10-01 08:14:45 | report
Oh and please give reasons why you do of don’t like it. That’d be awesome. Thanks in advance!
posted by guest: Rebecca Y :: 2013-10-01 08:16:42 | report
OK, poster #1 here again. I like the overall flow. Milo has two syllables and Harrison has three, so it just rolls off the tongue really nicely. Milo is not an unheard of name, but it’s not at all overly popular either. Same goes for Harrison. And I hate generic, throw away middle names. Harrison has is not one of those.
posted by guest :: 2013-10-01 08:29:37 | report
And does it go well with Briar? :) Thanks so much!
posted by guest: Rebecca Y :: 2013-10-01 08:54:57 | report
I think so, yes.
posted by guest :: 2013-10-01 08:56:36 | report
Great! Thanks! Keep the comments coming please everyone! Thanks in advance!
posted by guest: Rebecca Y :: 2013-10-01 09:01:49 | report
I like it. Love Harrison. So classic. And I only know one milo so it’s more uncommon. They fit together well and it’s a similar build to his sisters name. Short different first name and longer classic middle name
posted by guest: Guest :: 2013-10-01 10:15:49 | report

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