Well, I say that, but we have a girl's name set in stone - trouble is, the u/s at 20 wks said boy so that's not really helpful unless they were wrong (which is not out of the question).
BF is being a bit Debbie Downer that we don't have a name - he thinks it means we aren't connected to the baby or something. I tried to tell him that I'm firmly connected to the baby and the name is not really relevant, but I suppose dads are different. With my other two, my ex and I had the names before the babes were born, but I truly don't think it makes a difference. He's just insecure enough to think it does.
We have a few names we've kicked around that we both like, but nothing has 'clicked' for this little one. There was one name that we both really like as a name, but it has personal negative connotations for me and I refuse to use it for even a middle name. I've suggested names that I'm comfortable with, but he's wishy washy and doesn't really like them... then the opposite happens. He likes more classic names (like those of the founding fathers) and I like less popular, but strong names (I'm not opposed to classics, but prefer something that isn't currently very popular).
I have friends who didn't name their baby until he were 6 wks old and other friends who announced the name of their baby only to change it a couple weeks later because it didn't fit. It doesn't mean they love their babies any less.
Anyone else struggling with names?