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Beyond vs. Frustrated

I’m not sure how to put this so people understand what is being asked. I’ve tried it a few times have gotten next to no feedback, except for votes on names. I’m the one that continues to ask Katie or Kaitlyn, and depending on when I ask it either all voted Katie or all Kaitlyn and most don’t give their reason for why. I love both and their not chosen because I can’t find another name that I like, both names are a variation of my name so there’s meaning in both. I had originally liked Katie with Emily, Alyssa and Sophie/Sophia but I’ve started to feel like it does go well with them and I feel like Kaitlyn is a much better fit. That is my first issue, my second is I have a younger cousin named Cailin and if I used Kaitlyn would this be an issue. My third problem is even though I love my middle name choices (double middle name), Alexandra stays of course, but my 2nd middle names Paige/Claire/Faith are starting to lose their appeal. If I should keep a certain name I’d like to know why and if not what would be a better name to go in its place. I’ve had grace and hope suggested but before their listed again I’ll say this now, the only virtue names I like are Faith, Serenity and Felicity. Please help me with these issues.
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Emma in Western Australia
We have a boy named Tyler James and a girl named Gypsie Jade. Expecting our 3rd, which is a boy. I'm in love with the name Olly, but my partner thinks Gypsie and Olly are unique names and Tyler is not, so it won't feel right. So he wants an ordinary name. Please help with something unique but ordinary.
Baby Name Genie:
In the space between unique and ordinary is a special category of names I think of as "antiques." They are familiar and well-used names that are not widely in use these days. For your son, I give you Oscar Jude - a perfectly ordinary, unique name.

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