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I'm due with #2 in February. Since we are not going to find out the gender, I need suggestions for both girls and boys. I have a small list now, but I don't really love any of the names or combos. I would also like for the name to sound good with my son's name.
My son's name is Koen, and although that may appear to be a funky spelling of Cohen, it is not. He was named after the Dutch version of the name. So, unique spellings are out as are anything popular. I don't want it anywhere near the Top 100.
My names so far are:
For the girls name, I want the middle or first name to honor someone named Stella without actually using the name (well, Stella is fine as a middle but not as a first).
Oh, if you have a peek at the names list in my siggy, you can see my last name.
Your boys names are nice but I would re-think them since your last name ends in an S sound (or Z I guess) I wouldn't end the first name in an S sound, so that rules out Atticus. Holdon repeats the long O sound when you put it with the last name. And Estlin I'm just not sure how to pronounce. Is it EST (rhymes with nest) EST-lyn ? Also Estlin Silas (last name) is very heavy on the S.
Easton (similar to Estlin)
Harlin (similar to Holdon)
Ezra would be great in the first name slot