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Naming this chikd is goingto be extremely hard, simply because we unintentionally started a trend with our three boys and it would look really funny if we did not follow it this time.
Our boys our Bryson, Cason, and Hudson. So pretty uch we need a two sylable, name ending in "son" that is not too common (though my boys names are seemin to become more common now. I think that we found the name if it is a boy. We both really like Pearson, but are having a hard time coming up with a middle name. We have used almost all of our family names, but I got to thinking. My maiden name is Gable and in high school I was always called Gabe, so how does Pearson Gabe or Pearson Gabriel sound?
Now if baby is a girl, it is a whole new ball game (as girl names meeting those guidelines is much harder). We love Anniston (Anni) and Emmerson (emme) but both three syllables. My sister recommended Jeson for a girl, which I do like, but not sure that I love it for a girl.
That's how I feel if this one is another boy. Isaac and Gabriel are both Hebrew/Biblical names, so I feel compelled give another boy a Hebrew/Biblical name, which I don't mind, there's so many I love. But if it's a girl, I don't feel so compelled to choose a Hebrew or biblical name, but I think I still might. Just because I've found a few I really like.
Mommy to Isaac 8.1.07 Gabriel 7.2.09 and Samuel 6.15.13
Angel Babe 9-16-2012 5wks