Good boy names :D
My other is in labour and she still doesn't know what to name the kid. It's a boy, and should be arriving between now and tomorrow morning.
This is my first new topic post thing so if it's in the wrong place sorry
my goodness! I love old fashioned names. Don't know the last name or how well any of my choices would sound with it
Elliott- this is my son's name
Or how about naming him after a favorite uncle or grandpa? family names are always nice
best wishes for a speedy delivery and recovery and a happy healthy baby boy!
my sons name zephen
It seems names that are different are popular these days, but they never are different for long! I like what Heather C posted with all of the traditional old fashion names. Reminds me of when men were gentlemen!
check out this site it's got meanings too. I like Xavier
Oh his last names Ryan. He hasn't been born yet though! It's been about two days labour! My mother is not happy
omg, id die if i was in labour for two days. :-P
anyway, i agree with the first poster--i love old-fashioned names. there are some great ones in there! i like the names alistair and felix a lot. i like max, too, but my bf says it sounds like a dog name, so i can count it out of my list of names.
My son's name is Alistair.....
I also like the names Ethan, Aiden, Jared and Jensen.
Ryan is an Irish name, so how about Sean (Shaun)
I think Dylan is lovely and I also like Xander and me and my bf have been trying for a baby for a while and we really like the idea of having a Rufus.
Nora.c, that's a coincidence because that's his dads name
these are the names me and my boyfriend like : Sade, Austin, Laurie, Cloven, Zane
OOh. Cloven, that is a nice name. (=
@Nora C. LOL, Jared and Jensen...Supernatural fan much? My favorite boy name(if I have a son, this will be his name) is Callum. My fiance wants our hypothetical son's middle name to be Link, after the hero of the Legend of Zelda games(he has the triforce tattooed on his wrist.) I got Callum from Callum Blue(Dead Like Me is one of my favorite shows). I also like Atticus(as in To Kill a Mockingbird), Patrick(after my baby brother-he's 21), Sebastian....hmmm...I'm better on girls' names, cuz I have one...my ex husband wanted to have a son named Brendan Adrian Nathaniel(his last initial is G, so his initials would spell Bang).
I like Xander and Jasper, too. My brother wants a son named Felix. I tend to lean towards Gaelic/Irish/Scots names or Greek names. My daughter's name is Sofia Susannah. My next(hopefully) daughter will be Evangeline, with either Ada or Willow as her middle name. Or perhaps Celeste, after my late grandmother.
Oh, old fave boy names of mine--
Breck or Breckin
SparrowFae...Callum is one of the most popular names here in Scotland...along with Lewis, Gavin,Alistair, Andrew, Scott, Ross, Aiden, Arran....
My nephews are Dylan, Callum, Grant, Connor, Max, Aiden, Stuart and Corey ( Corey is named after a Canadian relative) . There seems to be a return to more old fashioned names now, Two girls I know have called their little boys Sam and Archie
if i'd be a guy, i'd be called Samuel. or Sam, in short.
it was the name of a kid i met in the hospital when we were at the children's heart department of the hospital.
i'd say don't give him a to weird name-it can be very annoying, kids can pick on/tease you with your name. and people can spell it wrong >_<
but i kinda liked the name Elliot.
idea: don't call the kid socrates, plato, archibald, rené, or fruitcake.
jonas is a nice name, too?
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