A brother for Hunter?

(34 Posts)
Cannotbelieveit Fri 15-Nov-13 10:43:33

Just found out we are having another lovely boy and were more than likely going to call him Ryder but just wondered what else goes with Hunter (DS1) just in case there's something else we prefer!

kelda Fri 15-Nov-13 10:43:58

Archer, shortened to Archie.

allmycats Fri 15-Nov-13 10:44:40

Wellington ?

DropYourSword Fri 15-Nov-13 10:45:36

Fletcher?

Or, lightheartedly, Gatherer. Could be shortened to Gareth!

squoosh Fri 15-Nov-13 11:32:47

Logan
Cooper
Carson
Cameron
Harris

WowserBowser Fri 15-Nov-13 12:06:35

Wyatt

squoosh Fri 15-Nov-13 12:15:18

Oh yes, I much prefer Wyatt to any of my suggestions!

Littlecherublegs Fri 15-Nov-13 12:15:58

First thought was Cooper.

Jackson
Riley
Wilson
Taylor
Tyler
Smith
Maddox
Branson
Bronson
Brock
Axel
Clark
Dane
Blaine
Forrest

WowserBowser Fri 15-Nov-13 12:17:41

Squoosh <<fist bump>>

SecretWitch Fri 15-Nov-13 12:17:57

Spenser..

Leopoldina Fri 15-Nov-13 12:18:03

Gatherer, obviously....

I know a pair with bird names - Kestrel (Kes for short) and Drake

curlew Fri 15-Nov-13 12:18:35

You can't have Hunter and Ryder.....you really, really can't. Unless you're going to have Barbour and Purdey too.

HappyJustToBe Fri 15-Nov-13 12:18:59

Roman.

BNmum Fri 15-Nov-13 14:34:38

Warwick

BNmum Fri 15-Nov-13 14:35:15

Tate

OpalsAreForever Fri 15-Nov-13 14:38:46

I know brothers called Hunter and Fisher

Madondogs Fri 15-Nov-13 14:45:11

Beau

Mollydoggerson Fri 15-Nov-13 14:49:55

Ronan.

Something from Nature

Oak
Logan
Rowan

or

Christian

Cannotbelieveit Fri 15-Nov-13 15:23:10

Thanks for the suggestions

Spaghettinetti Fri 15-Nov-13 20:00:05

Rocco ;-)

simonthedog Fri 15-Nov-13 20:07:40

Thor

Theonlyoneiknow Fri 15-Nov-13 20:42:38

campbell

ThursdayLast Fri 15-Nov-13 20:43:10

Hhhhmmmmm Ryder???

Dorris83 Fri 15-Nov-13 20:51:19

Ryder is my favourite. It's nice and unique like Hunter is- you need to have a special name to go with Hunter I think.

BettyBotter Fri 15-Nov-13 20:59:10

I personally find Hunter and Ryder a but too 'theme'y. (It's a bit like having Hunter/Fisher or Hunter/Gatherer or Fox and Hunter).

Are you very horsey country people or are they just nice-sounding to you? Unless you have a close personal connection to the 'theme' of horses/hunting I'd avoid a name with a meaning too closely connected to Hunter.

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