Post # 17
I like Henry, but not with the nickname Harry because all I can see is the nickname growing up (with the last name Flavel) is Harry Navel. But I think in weird ways like that.
Lachlen is interesting. Very unique
Post # 18
I LOVE the old classic boy’s names. Henry is great, and personally I think Harry is a cute nickname. I like Edward a lot too because that was going to be my name if I was a boy 🙂 I would definitely call your child Eddie Teddy hehe. I know a Hudson and he’s called Hud, so if you don’t mind that nickname…
You guys have a great set of names there, good luck choosing! My official vote is for Edward.
Post # 19
Campbell Flavel is really hard to say for some reason. Even Cam Flavel doesn’t roll off the tongue.
I like Christian, Edward and Lachlan!
Post # 20
LoveLachlan, however I think I’d spell it Laughlan or Laughlin, but that’s just splitting hairs….
Post # 21
My Darling Husband had explained why he doesn’t like Hudson, he went to school with a James Hudson who he wasn’t too fond of and everyone called him Huddy, it just reminds him of that guy.
@kerensa: Your right it doesn’t flow well.
@ananeele: “Harry Navel” oh dear I never would have thought of that, that’s really funny def wouldn’t want my son to be teased.
It seems like noone is too keen on Christian which is good to know. Henry and Lachlan seem to be the front runners, although Harry Navel has put me off Henry so i am really warming to Lachlan.
Post # 22
Sophie Marie, so pretty!!
And I absolutely love the name Theodore, it’s such a strong name…Darling Husband and I decided on that name for a boy probably 2 days after I got my BFP, but that aside–I think I like Hudson Theodore the best, it’s kind of new with old/traditional 🙂
However, with my first son we thought about the name Hudson (it seems like you and I have similar taste in names!) but a lot of people had negative opinions about that name and felt the need to voice them. The most common thing we heard was, “Hudson? Like the Hudson river?”
Post # 23
@Heatherloveskenny: Awgh I love the fact that you are having the name Theodore, maybe that name will make a comback too!
Post # 24
I like all of your names except for Campbell (Ok on it’s own, but agree with a PP who said it was hard to say with Flavel). I think Christian sounds good.
Lachlan isn’t bad but I feel like it is sort of hard to say.
What about Connor?
Post # 25
I really like Hudson and Lachlan. And I always love when people can include past family members and make it sound good. I don’t have that ability!
Post # 26
Lachlan is such a beautiful name.
Post # 27
I love them all. My only pause with Edward is that I bet there are a lot of Edward’s being born right now with Twilight. It’s a classic but something to think about.
Post # 28
@simpleandchic: I personally love Christian as a name. I’m biased because every Christian I met growing up was just hot. I’m also biased after working with kids the past 2 years and my favorite kids were named Parker, Aiden, and Collin so I like those names too.
Will Lochlan be pronounced Lock-lenn? I know it’s a common last name and some pronounce is lock and some lof
Post # 30
Ohhhh, loving Lachlan, but very biased since its part of what will be my maiden name!
Post # 31
I love Christian and I love Lachlan. The latter is my brother’s name only it’s spelt the welsh way: Loughlin. I’ve never met anyone with the same spelling. Christian though, is awesome. It’s actually on our list of boys names too. =)