Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Name help PLEASE!

OK folks....after having four kids, we are struggling for even preliminary names for #5. So far, all our kid's names end in "n" and are real names with real meanings, the oldest three (Haven, Brittan and Grayson) are Old English and Teagan is Irish.  I am looking for name help please, so if you have any ideas, I want to hear (or read) them!  I like to go into my ultrasound with a name in mind, and I need to negotiate with the hubby, so the more ideas the merrier!

  I would like the first to end in an "n" if possible and be somewhat different. Girls names can be more outside the box than boys names and I would like to stay away form the letters we have used since I screw their names up as it is, so h, b, g and t.  HELP!

7 comments:

Michelle said...

Wow, I must've missed something completely! Number FIVE?????????? Wow, congratulations! When is this little one due to arrive? Wow! Did I already say that? :) Anyway, I've always liked the name Kelton.

Tribe Mama said...

Michelle, Number 5 is due late November/early December. I love the name Kelton, in fact it is the name of my bloggy friend Casey's son! I am just not sure of Kelton with our last name, all this K sounds

Anonymous said...

meagan jaceson

payton cullen

kiersten aiden

jayden RYAN

that's all i've got, how cute would meagan be, u'd have a teagan and a meagan!! lol

Michelle said...

Landon? Langdon? Peyton? Sullivan?

Christine Deppen said...

I love Kelton ("town of Celts/keels"). Meagan ("pearl") is so pretty, but Meagan and Teagan are too close. I was going to suggest Kristin, but I like Kiersten ("christian" - variant of Christine) much better. Jayden ("precious stone") is really cute. Peyton ("fighting-man's estate") is adorable. Jackson ("son of Jack")? Braden ("descendant of Bradan"; "salmon")? Brennan ("teardrop")? Aidan ("fire")? I am sure whatever you choose will be beautiful!

Tribe Mama said...

Keep 'em coming folks, we are really stuck on this one and THANK YOU!!!

E.W. said...

Steven... as in Steven Bear. It ends in "N"...

I think since this is your fifth child, you should call him Pent, or Penta if a girl.