Currently pregnant with DS3 due in 4 weeks but totally stuck on boys names.
We already have two DSs; one with a very common name (think top 10) and one with a very rare name (less than 10 other babies born with this name in the year he was born). Giving the names here would out me so will leave it there.
We were originally told we were having a little girl and decided on Sadie only to be told 8 weeks later at another scan that it is indeed a boy. Now we are totally stuck for names. So suggestions people please!
Have lots of male relatives and lots of friends with boys so finding one that hasn't already been used is proving rather tough.
Reuben Louis Seth Rowan Theo Lucas Adam Charlie Miles Dominic Jacob Daniel Eli/Elijah Rory Gabriel Bram Ethan Robin Max Nathaniel Henry Isaac Leo Caleb Jasper Felix Hugo Oscar Finn Joseph Toby Zachary Stanley Patrick
Have you had another scan? Ine of my best friends was told girl after 3 boys at 14wks. Then told nope, sorry, boy at 20wks. She was very upset but happy he was healthy and moved on. Out pops Thomas except he was actually Emily! It took her a while to bond after all the confusion and she now wishes she'd had a later scan just to confirm. I think it's rare they get it wrong esp when they say boy and it's a girl as happened to my friend but if you think it would mess with your head then maybe double check. Good luck. I have 3 boys and they're great!
I've mentioned them on here before but I'll probably be outing myself again. Oh well...
Alexander-always known since birth as Alex Jonathan- always since birth known as Johnny Christopher-always known as Kit
A bit boring and plain and I wasn't keen on Christopher but it had meaning to DH. I loved Kit though and historically Christopher's have been nn Kit.
I thought we were done then out popped a very unexpected dd last year. I was gobsmacked! The pg was unplanned (I'm 45!) and when I discover she was a girl it floored me but it's different for sure.
Home life is chaos and I need to be very very organised. My boys are very different esp ds1&2 but also best friends. I wouldn't change a thing even if dd hadn't come along but then I do think I'm a more natural mum of boys. Some women find it exhausting but I love their energy. It keeps me young!