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post #61 of 91
Jonah
post #62 of 91
We are naming this one Aidan Anthony-Andrew (our other three sons have two middle names too). The middle names are family names and first name just one we enjoy. If this 4th son turns out to be a first daughter she will be Isabella Danielle.
post #63 of 91
We are thinking Ezekiel Joshua Jonas ? We have to come up with 4 names but I only have 3 so far. Any suggestions, I try to make it flow. I have a short last name that starts with R.
post #64 of 91
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We are thinking Ezekiel Joshua Jonas ? We have to come up with 4 names but I only have 3 so far. Any suggestions, I try to make it flow. I have a short last name that starts with R.
Ezekiel Joshua Jonas Michael Rand
Ezekial Joshua Jonas Samual Rand
Ezekial Joshua Jonas Thomas Rand

I think two-syllable would be good.
post #65 of 91
Thanks for the suggestions Kim919. I appreciate it.
post #66 of 91
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We have a few possibilities, but have pretty much agreed not to decide until after the little on is here. I have been stuck on the name Elliott since we found out he is a boy - I just love it and can't get it out of my head. DH isn't totally fond of it, so we decided it would be his middle name. We have two first names we really like and keep switching back and forth which is the favorite. So, the littlest boy will either be Miles Elliott or Jareth Elliott. (Miles is after no one, and Jareth is, of course, after the Goblin King. *g*)
I love Jareth. Labyrinth is one of my favorite movies ever! I hope you go with this one.
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Our little girl will be Amelie. We haven't picked out a middle name yet.
Cindy Lou: Amelie is just utterly gorgeous!

Our baby is Jasper Deven B*******.
Last name is a 3 syllable English name.
Both names are ones we really love and not named for anyone.
Jasper means "gift bearer" in Persian and to us sounds both old fashioned Victorian and yet Southern and modern at the same time. Jasper the gemstone is also the mystical birthstone for the month of October.
Deven is Sanskrit for "god-like".
We also chose names for good initials...JB and JD...he can go by.
post #67 of 91
Micah Ray Milligan lll
post #68 of 91
Alexander Ray or Alexandra Rae (gender is a surprise). Alexander is DH's deceased grandfather's middle name and Ray is my deceased grandfather's middle name, my uncle's middle name, my cousin's middle name, and my middle name.
post #69 of 91
Our DS who is expected the last week of October will be called Harrison Glenn after both his grandpa's as per dh's family tradition. It was what we were going to name dd if she had been a boy (we didn't find out with her) and is the ONLY name dh and I can even remotely agree upon (and this includes all non-family names....
post #70 of 91
: OUr little girls names are Britney Lee and Elllie Marie :
post #71 of 91
We don't like to pick a "for sure" name out until the baby is born, but a few we will probably pick from are...

Everett
Oliver
Emerson

We don't do middle names in our family, so that'd be it! Our other little boy's name is Ethan. We weren't "trying" to come up with another E name, we just happen to like them I guess!
post #72 of 91
This baby will be Delilah Bryn : Im so glad we finally settled on something!
post #73 of 91
We thought we were going with a name for sure, but it turns out hubby wasn't 100% on board. We wanted a good Swedish name. So, what we have tentatively is

Oskar Bernt O*****

Oskar is my MIL's grandfather's name. Bernt is Swedish for Bernard - my great-grandfather's, grandfather's, father's and brother's middle name.
post #74 of 91
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Some of these are really far out there, but I just copied and pasted from a website after googling "Celtic Boy Names"

Kade - Celtic - Scottish
Kai - Celtic - Welsh
Kam - Celtic - Scottish
Kamden - Celtic - Scottish
Kameron - Celtic - Scottish
Kamron - Celtic - Scottish
Kane - Celtic - Irish
Kavan - Celtic - Irish
Kaven - Celtic - Irish
Keagan - Celtic - Irish
Kealan - Celtic - Irish
Kealy - Celtic - Irish
Kean - Celtic - Irish
Keanan - Celtic - Irish
Keandre - Celtic - Irish
Keely - Celtic - Irish
Keenan - Celtic - Irish
Keenon - Celtic - Irish
Kegan - Celtic - Irish
Kei - Celtic - Welsh
Keilah - Celtic - Irish
Keir - Celtic - Irish
Keiran - Celtic - Irish
Keith - Celtic - Scottish
Kelan - Celtic - Irish
Kelli - Celtic - Welsh
Kelly - Celtic - Irish
Kelsey - Celtic - Irish
Kelyn - Celtic - Welsh
ken - Celtic - Welsh
Kenan - Celtic - Irish
Kendrew - Celtic - Scottish
Kendric - Celtic - Welsh
Kendrick - Celtic - Welsh
Kendrik - Celtic - Welsh
Kendrix - Celtic - Scottish
Kenn - Celtic - Welsh
Kennan - Celtic - Scottish
Kenneth - Celtic - Scottish
Kenney - Celtic - Scottish
Kennon - Celtic - Scottish
Kenny - Celtic - Scottish
Kenrick - Celtic - Welsh
Kenrick - Celtic - Scottish
Kenrik - Celtic - Welsh
Kenrik - Celtic - Scottish
Kent - Celtic - Welsh
Kenyon - Celtic - Welsh
Kenzie - Celtic - Scottish
Keon - Celtic - Irish
Kerk - Celtic - Scottish
Kermichi - Celtic - Scottish
Kerrie - Celtic - Irish
Kerrigan - Celtic - Irish
Kerry - Celtic - Irish
Kerwin - Celtic - Irish
Kerwyn - Celtic - Irish
Kevan - Celtic - Irish
Keven - Celtic - Irish
Keveon - Celtic - Irish
Kevin - Celtic - Irish
Kevinn - Celtic - Irish
Kevion - Celtic - Irish
Kevis - Celtic - Irish
Kevon - Celtic - Irish
Kevron - Celtic - Irish
Kevyn - Celtic - Irish
Kevyn - Celtic - Welsh
Kian - Celtic - Irish
Kianni - Celtic - Irish
Kienan - Celtic - Irish
Kieran - Celtic - Irish
Kiernan - Celtic - Irish
Kieron - Celtic - Irish
Kile - Celtic - Irish
Kiley - Celtic - Irish
Kilian - Celtic - Irish
Killian - Celtic - Irish
Kilydd - Celtic - Welsh
Kim - Celtic - Welsh
Kimball - Celtic - Welsh
Kimble - Celtic - Welsh
Kinney - Celtic - Scottish
Kinnon - Celtic - Scottish
Kinny - Celtic - Scottish
Kinsella - Celtic - Irish
Kirby - Celtic - Irish
Kye - Celtic - Irish
Kylan - Celtic - Irish
Kylar - Celtic - Irish
Kyle - Celtic - Irish
Kylen - Celtic - Irish
Kyler - Celtic - Irish
Kynan - Celtic - Welsh
Kynedyr - Celtic - Welsh
Kynlas - Celtic - Welsh
Kynon - Celtic - Welsh
Kynwal - Celtic - Welsh
Kyran - Celtic - Irish
Kyrell - Celtic - Irish
post #75 of 91
Wow... you're amazing! I've been looking and not found anything this long or complete!
post #76 of 91
I think we've finally decided (though we of course reserve the right to change our minds *g*) that this little boy will be Miles Elliott. If we have another boy, we have decided already that he will be Jareth Alexander. We both love Jareth, but I have been stuck on Elliott since we found out this little guy was in fact a guy, and we like Miles better paired with that.

It's so exciting to finally have a decision made, especially since we have been debating about names since we found out I was pg!
post #77 of 91
We don't really have a set list.

For boys we're throwing around Jasper, Oliver and August, for a girl Isabella (but it's way too popular now), Evangeline, Eliana, or Gisele.
post #78 of 91
We have been thinking about Harper John since I was about 12 weeks along. Although we haven't absolutely decided, we can't come up with ( or agree on) anything else. John is of course after his dad and we just like the name Harper. We like the singer Ben Harper so that is where we came up with the name.
On the off chance that I have a girl I like Eden Deniza. Deniza was my great-grandmas name and I have never heard anyone else named that.
post #79 of 91
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Wow... you're amazing! I've been looking and not found anything this long or complete!
The first name that came to mind when I read your previous post was Killian
post #80 of 91
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Our DS who is expected the last week of October will be called Harrison Glenn after both his grandpa's as per dh's family tradition. It was what we were going to name dd if she had been a boy (we didn't find out with her) and is the ONLY name dh and I can even remotely agree upon (and this includes all non-family names....
I love the name Harrison!

Wow, everyone has picked out such great names!
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