Baby Name Poll Results
Quinn James vs. Finley James vs. ??? James
We’re expecting a baby boy any day now! So excited.
We have a 4 year old boy / girl twins named Harrison (harri) & Olivia (Livvi) our twins are overly excited about having a new brother although there was tears from Livvi finding out it was a boy but she soon came round to the idea. We like Quinn and Finley but we are unsure if they are right we both like them but it’s a little difficult. Picking names for the twins easy, as we knew what we wanted. We would like the name James as a middle name as it’s our children’s late grandfathers name.
Sorry for such a long message. Thank you. Lindsey, Kevin, olly and Livvi. X
The Top Baby Name is...
|Quinn James White
||17% (3 votes)
|Finley James White
||44% (8 votes)
|??? James White
||39% (7 votes)
I’ve put olly at the end as I was looking at our pet dog whilst righting this. I meant Lindsey’s Kevin, Harri and Livvi x
I like Marshall James! Thank you ~ Lindsey
William James or Jack James (JJ)
They’re both very unisex to me. (I know Finley is not unisex, but unfortunately it has become more popular for girls recently than it is for boys). What about Fintan, Finbar or Finnegan?
I see what you mean. I’m not keen on Finnegan.
Thank you for your comment I will take it into consideration ~ Lindsey
I like Wyatt James but as your last name is white Wyatt and White are too similar.
Here’s a few names I think go
Hunter James White
Reuben James White
Beau James White
Matthew James White
Lucas James White
Aaron James White
Blair James White
Robin James White
Cody James White
Kobe (pronounce Ko-be)
Finley is common among girls which is sad because I love it
But what about Flynn James White
Or Delaney James White (nickname Dean)
I find both Quinn and Finley to be very girly and don’t really go with the style of Harrison and Olivia.
Neither are girly or even truly unisex, can’t go wrong for boy.
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