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Derick - posted on 07/01/2013
Thought I would weigh in here. I am a high school teacher, and I just wanted to give you the heads up on boy names: over-used boy names that is ! We just had our graduation a few days ago, and here are the top ten done-to-death names:
9. Jacob (Jake)
8. Cody (Kody)
7. Mitchell (Mitch)
6. Devon, Devin
5. Nathan (Nate)
4. Joshua (Josh)
And the most common name . . .
1. Zachary (Zach) - we had 7 Zachs graduate !!
On the flip slide, some interesting names at my school include:
Saxon and Chance.
BTW, my two children are Reegan & Avery. We used these names as they are non-genered names. It will help them at university - they are girls :)
Fran - posted on 06/29/2013
I have two boys, their names are Declan Kenneth and Nicholas William. I also have lots of nephews, their names are as follows: Levi Darcy, Victa Austin, Sonny Flynn, Corben Lewis, Connor Lloyd, Lachlan Francis and Andrew Robert. Congratulations and good luck.
Adriane - posted on 06/28/2013
Get a baby name book (I prefer Celtic ones) or look on your family tree, and find something masculine that sounds nice with your last name. A name should be meaningful, and it is also often what gives a first impression. But whatever you do, don't use anything from the top 5 on any "Most Popular" lists. Ashley and Brittany are nice names, but I wouldn't want to have grown up with the same name as 3 other girls in class.
User - posted on 06/28/2013
Well if it's a girl, I think Yuna and LuLu are pretty good. If it's a boy, I would suggest Brad or or Cell. But whatever you do, don't give your kid a name like Gibby or something like that. Oh, and I also like Squall, Zell and Rufus. Also, a little something I just learned is about tax exempt municipal lease financing. I find it to be pretty interesting and I just have to share it along. I hope that they both help you!
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