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I sort of have the same problem. My issue is that I have a lot of girl names that I adore, and it's hard to choose just one (and sadly, although I have two girls, I've yet to use a top five (*sigh*). I have much fewer boy name favorites, though, and had a boy's name picked out for all three of my babies. The girls weren't named until after they were born.
By the way, Sasha works for a boy, too, since it's a nick name for Aleksandr and Aleksandra. Probably better to name him Aleksandr / Alexander, so he has the choice, since Sasha's feminine in the US.
Breast feeding, formula feeding, baby wearing, stroller pushing, VBAC successful, video game playing, extended rear facing, extended harnessing, mac and cheese feeding, vaccine free, happily married, LDS mother to 3 beautiful children. And now you know everything about me.
For our son, we didn't even seriously consider girl's names before we found out he was a boy because we KNEW we were having a boy. His name came to us pretty easily, though it did take a few weeks.
With this one, we only figured out the name definitively a few weeks ago but we had her name all ready for if she was a boy. But we KNEW she was a girl, so we put more thought into girls' names than boys'. (She would have been Grayson if she had been a boy).