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DH and i talked about baby names for a bit over dinner tonight..
we first got into talking about it bc i mentioned about changing my last name a little later on, he jokingly said i want to change mine as well (his is Mai, pronounced My - vietnamese) i said no that i liked it bc i like the vietnamese culture..
so he says then why not use vietnamese names for our child.. i said i wanted to.. but he turns down littereally EVERY single name i throw out there (except Brody)
well he just flat out said, he really doesnt care what the childs name is!.. big relief on me bc im huge on names and i didnt want to argue about what i wanted to name the child lol
well i LOVE the name Binh, which is pronounced ben, its vietnamese.. (his fathers name happens to be Minh - who although, was never around in his life since he was 3 years old)
but just totally glad he doesnt care what the name is LOL.. now i can discuss names with ya all and not have to worry about what he will go for or not..
i do like Hiro Tenille.. but i duno it looks really feminine to me..
Herow (that would be WAY to similiar with harlow lOL)
Hiroa (this i like.. but could get confusing for someone who doesnt recognize that oa makes the O sound in this spelling)
Hiraux LOLL totally messing with that one.. even though it still works.. but wow, what a funky looking spelling LOL
i duno.. i just dont like I's hahah!!! as long as it follows another letter to make it masucline
thats why i like Hero, its simple, but yet masculine... i know asians like to use I alot ( hence, Binh, Minh and so on and so forth)