Ok, so we planned on using Henry Michael for babys name, but the more I think about the name, the more I just dont see my baby as a Henry. I still very much LOVE the name, I just dont think were going to use it. Ive narrowed down a list of names to the ones I really like. What do you ladies think of these names? Also, any middle name suggestions?
Stephan or Stefan
Jamie or Jameson
My favs from your list are:
Haha, sorry, that didn't narrow it down all that much, but you picked a lot of names I liked.
I refuse to even think or discuss names until we know what we're having. DH and I had an awful time agreeing on a name for T, and I imagine we'll have the same struggles this time around. Knowing that, I'm not interested in arguing about 2 names (one for a boy and one for a girl) when we'll only need one, so that whole conversation has been postponed.
Jessica - I swear you are doing yourselves a favor by waiting. LOL DH and I had several fights over a girl's name because I was hormonal and more importantly, the girl's name he liked was AWFUL. Then it all ended up being pointless because T was a boy anyway. My one comment on naming so far this time is "If it *is* a girl, we are NOT naming her Luriana. End of story."
"Luriana" is from a poem he likes (being an English teacher and all), and his whole idea was that we would paint the poem on one wall of the nursery. And I agree, it's a pretty poem and would be neat on the wall of a nursery, but it's an awful name and I refuse.
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I like Luke, Corbin and Jasper from your lists.
Alissa I agree Luriana is not a great name-guys come up with the strangest reasons for picking names. My DH wanted to pick names so that the first letter of each name would spell a word when they were all put together. I nixed that one-I'm not going to be limited to one letter of the alphabet when picking a name for my child, plus what if we don't end up having enough kids to complete the word?
You could always change the name but still use the poem-the middle name would just have to end in an "ee" sound so it would still fit That's probably sacrilege to an English teacher though!