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    Like Alissa, I love the name Carson.

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    i, too like boyish names for girls... hence my daughters name is Hayden. i think that as long as you pair a unisex or more masculine first name with a feminine middle name, it works nicely. i say to use the feminine middle name in case they end up wanting to go by it later in life. my DDs name is Hayden Alexandra B*****, she has options if she doesnt like Hayden.


    i love the name Camden for both.. as well as Easton, Parker, Elliott, Logan...

    ok from your new list i like
    Harper
    Rylee
    Kenzie (once again.. i think i would go with the full name mckenzie, just because Kenzie is kind of cutesie, it opens up more possibilities to use a full name)

    Caiden-- but i prefer with the "y"
    Tristian-- is it Trist-an or Trist-Ian? the spelling just confuses me.. if its the first i love it!
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    I like boyish names for girls too - I love the name Quinn for a girl.

    From your new names I like Harper and Avery.

    From the boys names, is Tristian pronounced like Tristan, or like Christian with a T? Or like Trist-Ian?

    I love the name Tristan. Obvs, since that's my DS's name.
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    Trist-an for sure, I dont like the other way lol

    Mckenzie is out since is my brothers GF's name and my cousins middle name and she goes by Mac, which is why we like Kenzie or McKenna/Kenna more.

    My hubby hates the name carson becuase of a weirdo he knew in college haha
    I hate when other people ruin a perfectly good name for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brookie13 View Post
    i, too like boyish names for girls... hence my daughters name is Hayden. i think that as long as you pair a unisex or more masculine first name with a feminine middle name, it works nicely. i say to use the feminine middle name in case they end up wanting to go by it later in life. my DDs name is Hayden Alexandra B*****, she has options if she doesnt like Hayden.
    I did this as well. My daughter's name is Emorie Leanna. She has a boyish first name (although her nicknames are Em and Emy).

    I love Camden for a girl as well.

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    I love the name Nevaeh and that is my nieces name and we call her Veah for short

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    Savannah is my daughters name and I LOVE it! She gets so many compliments on it!

    But let me warn you... there aren't a lot of good nicknames or shortened forms of Savannah. Savvy and Vannah, and I'm not particularly fond of either.

    So, love the name, but just be aware of that
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    I like Natalia and Noah... beacuse they're not very trendy. Be careful of using the name Avery for a boy, as it sounds like a girl's name and you don't want them to get made fun of...
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    Girls:
    Alanna[uh-law-nuh] - Not my style but not bad
    Jordyn - No, tryndy boys' name
    Layla- Cute!
    Makenzie- No, tryndy last name
    McKenna- No, tryndy last name
    Naomi- Gorgeous either way it is pronounced, but since there are two genuine ways to pronounce it correctly this name can be a pain for the child
    Natalia -Gorgeous!
    Nevaeh- Horrifyingly awful
    Reagan- No, tryndy last name
    Savannah- NMS, but adorable and all the girls I know names this
    Teagan - No
    Fallyn [fal-in]- As in too drunk to stand up? No. No. No.
    Leena [Lee-nuh]- Lovely

    Boys:
    Harley- Lovely for a gang member's nickname
    Aiden- Lovely
    Avery- Wonderful, but this is normally thought of as a girls' name (I have no problem with that, some of the best boys' names have been coopted for girls, like Jocelyn and Evelyn!)
    Carter- Nice surname
    Keegan - No. What about Eagan?
    Landon- Great surname
    Liam- Lovely
    Lukas- Lovely
    Nathan- Lovely
    Noah- Lovely, but a girls' name in Asia
    Riley- No
    Trenton- I normally hate place names as names, but as long as you don't live in NJ this one has lovely sounds
    Xander- Good

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