I LOVE the idea of unisex names. However, I can't bring my DH around to the idea (he is usually really open minded, I have no idea why he's not up for it).
Our 5 year old is Fionn (Irish spelling of Finn, we still pronounce it 'fin')...I hear you on the Glee thing, ryleeee. It seemed like a unique name when we picked it, and then Julia Roberts used it (a few months before my guy was born - we had already decided on the name) and the Finns hit the fan
(when you have a Finn, you start noticing...there's been one on Grey's Anatomy, Gilmore Girls, and I think one other show besides Glee, can't remember). I still love it, though
We have been carrying the girl name Aibhlinn around since our first pregnancy. Not sure if it will get dusted off again...probably. Boy names are harder since we already have two boys. I am trying to talk DH into Eamon Harry (DH's grandfathers were both named Harold, so this would be a tip of the hat to them), but he doesn't seem fussy. He is always wishy washy about names this early on, though.