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What sounds better, Kaidyn James or Kaidyn Jameson ?
I posted about wanting Warrington-James as the m/n, after both of my grandfather, but me & J decided on Kaidyn James (& have Warrington as the m/n for another boy).. but I was thinking that Jameson is kind of a mix of James & Warrington....... wdyt?
The name sounds fine either way, as James or Jamison, and I don't have a preference of one name over the other. BUT, in my personal opinion, if you can't tell who the namesake is right off the bat, there's little point in "honoring" them by using the name. Warinton and Jamison have the last two letters in common, and that's it. Jamison is using James as a namesake, but not really giving much to Warrington. I'm not sure I'd be able to say that Jamison is named after Warrington if it was my kid - there just isn't enough of the name in there for it to work to me.
But, of course, it's your child, and if the two letters are enough for you, then I say again - it's a very nice sounding combo.
While I love Jameson (it will prolly be my first sons name, and its a family name) i agree that not only does Kaidyn James flow better, but if you want to honor Warrington, I would stick with using Warrington. I do, for the record, really like Kaidyn Warrington James!