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Ok, so I have been stuck on this same for over a year, but my husband just doesn't agree with me, and technically, since I named our first child, he says this one is all his to name. (Of course, I have to agree on his name first). If we have a girl, I'm in trouble because I have no names in mind yet. The name for a boy I really like is Casen, Cason or Kasen, not too sure of the spelling. What do you think of the name? Is is awful??? How can I convince my DH of this?
I think thats a great name, I actually know a little girl with the name, she spells it Kaysen....so maybe he would like it more for a girl?? But I do like it for either! Good luck, I know how hard convincing the husband can be
I don't really like any of those, but Casey is okay.
As far as agreeing on names, my husband is stuck on Alexandre for a boy, which is fine with me because there aren't many boy's names that i like.
Sometimes I feel like I should get priority for picking out a girl's name, but alas, no.
Besides, how is the kid going to feel if he/she finds out one day that Daddy hates their name and only allowed mommy to pick it because their big brother's name was picked out by Daddy?
As far as deciding who gets to name the baby. I think you should both agree on a name. I'd never want to name my child something that my DH hated. And I'd be terribly upset if he tried (though impossible since I have to fill out the paperwork) to name the baby something that I hate. He (or you) may not love the name the other person picks out, but he (or you) should be open to whatever is decided.