is it a MUST to have 5 letters?
i liked Caden and Cooper... but its a 6 letters...
i like caden and quinn
caden and conor
caden and chase
I guess it doesn't absolutely have to be 5 letters. I liked Connor - do you think people will still pronounce it the same with only one N? Ryder is interesting, it's one of those names where I can't decide if I like it or not though. And Gavin... I hadn't considered that before now, but I think I like it a lot. Thanks!
i know two people who have named their sons conor and i worked with a man who's name was conor.... pronounced the same way as the double "nn" version.
i feel the same way about ryder.. its growing on me tho.
and gavin.. i love it, but it didnt go with our last name. plus my DH was super picky when it came to boy names..
i forgot to mention earlier.. i love the name cohen.
i also have a friend who's nephews name is Calder.
hmm..if it doesnt have to be 5 letters then, i might have a few more suggestions
hope you and your husband find a name that both of you love!!
My current front runner for a boy is Devin
i LOVE gavin... definitely would have been a contender if we had boys!