Post # 1
We are torn between names for our baby boy. Which one do you like better? We want a first name that is uncommon in the US, yet familiar. Middle names are in honor of our grandfathers. If you don’t like either of these combinations, please make a suggestion! We are stuck and want to finalize a name soon.
Post # 3
LOVE the name graham 🙂 I say choose that one!
Post # 4
i like jonah better than graham. but i like francisco better than earl.
i say Jonah Francisco! haha
Congrats by the way!!! my sister just had a baby, she named him Cash Alexander, im all for the uncommon names.
Post # 5
I know someone named Graham and he is a womanizer! 🙂
But honestly, I really like both names. Hmmm….Is Jonah Francisco an option? I like the way it sounds. And I like Jonah Getty better than Graham Getty.
I vote Jonah.
Post # 6
I like Graham better than Jonah, but don’t like the sound of Graham Francisco – not to be mocking about it, but it sounds like a punnish graham cracker brand from San Francisco. I am voting for the non-option of Graham Earl. 🙂
Post # 7
I like Jonah better than Graham – I think it is more unique. I also like how Jonah Earl Getty flows….I think it seems more natural than Graham Francisco Getty
Post # 8
I like names that start with the same letter, so I vote Graham Getty.
Post # 9
I’m with Entangled, I like Graham Earl too!!
Post # 11
I am partial to alliterative names: Graham Getty. However, he might get teased as a kid with people calling him graham cracker (kids can make up just about anything to tease one another.)
I would also like to suggest the name Jonas.
How exciting for you and your partner! A new baby! Yay!
Post # 12
I don’t love “Graham Getty” because I’m not particularly fond of names that start with the same letter. I also knew a Graham and he was kind of an ass and strangely, as heathaah mentioned a womanizer, too. Weird.
I’ve always like Jonah, and think Jonah Earl is lovely.
But I will say I know a couple of younger children named Jonah now, but no Grahams.
Post # 13
I like the way Jonah Getty sounds better…people won’t be calling him by his full name all the time. I do agree with a couple of the other ladies though… Jonah Francisco Getty! 🙂
Post # 14
Graham Francisco does sound a lot like San Francisco…
Jonah makes me think of whales….
Post # 15
@pinky44: Hmm…what are the chances? haha…did your Graham happen to live in Massachusetts? That would be so friggin funny!
Post # 16
I’m in the “Jonah Francisco” camp!