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The boy names have always been harder for us than girl names....for one, DH has 5 brothers. He also has 6 nephews vs. 2 nieces. My sister has 3 boys and 1 girl. A few of the boy names we'd use are already in use, so that leaves us having to really think hard about the boy ones.
We don't really have any requirements other than one of the names, either first or middle, has to be a family name. With our other two a family name has been their middle name.
We have a boy first name...Tobias but we can't agree on a girls name to save our lives. He doesn't like ones I like and the ones he suggests I consider most of them but then he won't choose. I am seriously to the point that if we find out it is a girl that I am going to make him write down 3 names he likes that I can tolerate and vice versa and let Greyson draw out of a hat. I might be finding out today what this baby is (appointment at 10:45) and I need a name as soon as I know because of past losses. So he already knows!!!
DF and I just nailed one down this weekend. It was funny because we hadn't really had a serious discussion about it and then he was like "so what about this?" and immediately I knew it was "the one". So if we have a boy, his first name will be Tyler, after DF's baby brother that passed away as a infant, and his middle name will be "Andrew" after my very good friend I lost in a motorcycle wreck-that was his middle name also.
As for a girl, DF hasn't given me a definitive answer on it, but I want Lila somewhere in the name after my grandma. I've experimented wit different combos of it