So we are team green this time. DH and I still have yet to REALLY discuss a name if this baby is a boy... however we are set on the name if it's a girl.
We've chosen the name Evelyn (pronounced eh-vah-lynn) but will likely call her Evie most of the time.
My family is really cool about the name.. they think it's wonderful, has an old ring to it (in a good way) and just seems perfect to them.
His dad is completely on board with the name and is already calling the baby Evelyn (hope it's not a boy for his sake :eek:)
His mom, however, and his gramma.....
"That's such an old name", like it's a bad thing. and "It's not in the Bible. Jacob and Daniel are both in the Bible, can't you find a girl's name from the Bible?" Well, that was baby's Great-Gramma, of course.
I've finally convinced them that the name stays and now they say "Well, if you are going to call her Evie, then why not just name her that? Evie's a cute name, just skip the OLD sounding Evelyn" and such. :roll:
What do you all think? Should we consider they're suggestions?