Post # 16
Katrina05 : we didn’t figure out our boy name until 2 weeks before I delivered (we didn’t know the sex). We had two girl names but then as it got closer I just had this gut feeling that it was a girl and her name was “Sally”. My husband thought I was a little crazy but then I gave birth and he saw her and said “omg, Sally is here”. It just felt right, it felt natural. To risk sounding super hippy dippy I feel like she told me her name at the end. I look at her now and can’t imagine if she were the other name we considered – it wouldn’t fit her personality at all. She’s a “Sally” all the way.
All that to say – keep them all on the table until you meet your little man if you’re that torn.
Post # 17
I love double barrel names, so I would vote for John Cameron….and call him John Cameron.
Post # 18
I voted for Grayson John! I love the first name Grayson.
Post # 19
- Wedding: September 2020 - Upstate NY
My 5 yo sons name is Graison! (pronounced the same way) so that one got my vote 🙂
As another bee pointed out, the name has gained a lot of popularity though so if you dont want a bunch of same-namers then maybe go for one of the other choices.
Post # 20
- Wedding: September 2020 - Summer Camp!
What letter does your last name stays with and how many syllables is it? It’s hard to decide without knowing how the first and last name sound together.
Post # 21
Personally I’d just keep them all as possibilities and name the baby after he’s born. They’re all nice names. Grayson is a bit trendy IMO.
Dear Daughter did not “look” like the name I wanted at all so I’m glad we didn’t have anything set in stone.
Post # 22
Since you say open to it, love Christopher John =))
Post # 23
I really like the name Austin
Post # 24
I would go for Cameron John ❤️ I’m also pregnant with a baby boy due in March and we are stuck on names too! Good luck x
Post # 26
Seriously what do we have to do to get those stupid auto fill things turned off.
“Dirty delete” really?