Are you thinking about them yet?
I've named four boys and am fresh out of ideas. My kids all have four letter, two syllable names containing an A which was actually nothing I realised until #4. That gets tricky after a while! If the baby is a boy I'm gonna name him Mister Bojangles and call it a day.
Edited by kawa kamuri - 6/3/12 at 8:14am
Well my DH hates his name because its so popular (Chris) and I have a fairly unique name (Fern) our sons name is Aleric (a very old name) so the next baby will also need to be named as he is, except the only other names from the "Aleric" time all end in the "ick/ric" so I wanted to name the next baby Hannibal Ashton if its a boy, or Ruby Rain or Ruby Moon if its a girl. But DH doesn't like Hannibal because everyone will associate it with that movie about the cannibal :-(, and not its historical significance, so we are still searching for the perfect name for a boy.
hotsauce: I love the name Atlas for a boy!
I always, always, always wanted to name my daughter (if I had one) Ruby. My husband is dead set against it because he said it is a stripper's name. Last pregnancy we had decided on Avery if it was a girl, but since then I've heard of a bunch of people using that name.
One of my very good friends named her 4-year-old Esme, I love that name. My dad's nickname for me was Fern, so I'm partial to that, as well. Ayla (probably pronounced the same as your Isla, hotsauce) was a close second for our girl name last time.
We ended up naming our son Porter James, inspired by one of our favorite musicians, George Porter, Jr. from the Funky Meters.
I love, love, love Esme and Norah--Norah was on my list last time around. :) I'm also a big fan of Samuel, but the hubby doesn't like it.
Boy names are impossible for us, we can't agree on anything--which thus far hasn't been an issue, since we have three girls under our belt. ;) Girl names in the running are Francine (for my uncle Frankie, who passed a year ago), Nella, Eleanor, and Gracelin. We tend to drift toward old, classic names--our other girls are Cordelia, Emmeline, and Leone. :)
We like names that can't really be shortened (though I realize any name *can* be shortened if people really want them to be). We have a Jonas and a Liam already.
DH and I both really love the name Emmett if it's another boy, but we're stuck on a middle name. We have a couple of others in the maybe list, but nothing that either one of us really love.
Girl names are harder for us, even though we have yet to have a girl. We just can't ever seem to agree. My plan is to have "ann" in the name somewhere (for my Grandma). So far the only names I've found that I like are Annora, Annika and Annelise. I also really love the name Jane, but do not like Jane Ann as a first and middle.
With that said... we'll probably change our mind a hundred times before before we actually see baby's face.
So far we have gone with British Place names for our girls. We have a London Isabelle, India Raine and an Avalon Winter. i have no more girl names. I am totally out. For London I came up with the name in school. For India and Avalon we came up with the name while I was pregnant with an older kid. I have two boy names. If I had a boy I would name him Maddox or Roux. I love Maddox but ever since watching Chocolat, I have always love the name Roux.