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Would it be weird to use Eric as our sons middle name? Our daughters name is Erica Nicole, but my husband really likes James Eric and its the only name he’s said yes to.

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Is it weird or Okay to use it 0% (0 votes)

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I think he should have his own name. I mean Erica is Eric with an a on it. When they’re young it won’t matter but as they get older they will probably think it’s weird that you couldn’t come up with something else.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-04 08:48:17 | report
I don’t find it weird at all. My husband’s first name is the same as one brother’s middle name. It is a family name. No one thinks anything at all of it.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-04 08:51:10 | report
Its totally fine because its his middle name. No one has ever called me by my first and middle name except maybe a few times when I was little. I’m assuming they just go by Erica and James. If it bothers you maybe suggest James Aaron? But I don’t think it matters. Eric and Erica as first names would probably be very difficult, but like I said since Eric would be his middle name
it shouldn’t be a problem.
Actually, my brother is Eric and I am Erin. It was never an issue.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-04 09:20:33 | report
I think it is a bit odd, it seems like you can’t find any other names you like out of millions except from Eric or Erica. It is different if you are naming them after someone like a relative or something though. It isn’t really weird just a bit unoriginal.
posted by guest :: 2014-01-04 09:20:34 | report

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