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Brother vs. for vs. Briar

We have a 7 year old daughter named Briar Morgan and she is just thrilled and excited beyond relief to become a big sister and have a baby in the house. We found out recently that the next little Pierce will be a boy! We would like to include our daughter in the naming process by letting her choose out of our favorite names but the problem is we don’t know where to start! We went very unisex for her name and we adore it since she goes by Rosie as well but some assume she is a boy and now that we are having one we want something very strong and manly without being overdone. We don’t really like the top names but we are open to anything just NO Unisex names please. Help?? Thank you~ Patrick, Sarah, Briar, and Baby Pierce

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Brother 0% (0 votes)
For 0% (0 votes)
Briar 0% (0 votes)

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Bryce
Wade
Ellis
Wesley "Wes"
Sawyer
Finn
Beau/Bo
Harrison "Harris" or "Ari"
Blake
Fletcher "Fletch"
Anderson "Andy/Andi"
Gannon
Bowen "Bo"
Felix
Thatcher "Hatch"
Archer "Archie"
Remington "Remi"
posted by guest: christy :: 2014-05-07 12:14:33 | report
People think Briar is a boy’s name?

Archer
Abram
Dean
Brody
Hendrix
Dion (dee-on is the pronunciation if you’re unfamiliar with the name)
Moses
Elijah
Gavin
Jordan
Pax
Liam
Kurt
Maximilian
Keaton
posted by guest :: 2014-05-07 12:14:59 | report
Forgot some:
Lennox "Len or Lennie"
Atticus
Sutton
Dorian
Wade
posted by guest: christy :: 2014-05-07 12:18:55 | report
Blake
Cooper
Elliot
Arlo
Edward
Damian
Darius
Vincent
Raphael
Xavier
Solomon
Dax
Miles
posted by guest :: 2014-05-07 12:20:50 | report
Henderson Pirece
posted by guest :: 2014-05-07 12:28:21 | report
Benjamin (the M*A*S*H fan in me is appearing)
Dominic
Alexander
Henry
Harry
Roman
Robert
George
Jensen
Carter
Carson
Lucas/Luke
Daniel
Vincent
Atticus
Julius
Elijah
Aaron
Fisher
Tucker
Forest (that would be quite cute because Briar means ’t[removed]-patch’ or Briar Rose of course, so they’re both plants/nature)
Shepherd
Grover
posted by guest :: 2014-05-07 12:41:55 | report
’thorn- with a y’ it would let me have the word ’horn’ with a y.
posted by guest :: 2014-05-07 12:42:57 | report

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