Brooke Maxine vs. Brynn Maxine vs. Brooklyn Maxine

I just posted a poll somewhere of [name]Brooke[/name] [name]Maxine[/name], [name]Brooklyn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] or Bynn [name]Maxine[/name]. ([name]Maxine[/name] honors my other Great Grandma) [name]Brooklyn[/name] is winning and I agree it is the best of these three. I took [name]Brooke[/name] off because I’m not sure it’s all that great. I don’t know if [name]Brynn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] sounds as pretty as it looks please leave your thoughts.!

I much, much prefer [name]Brynn[/name] over [name]Brooklyn[/name]. [name]Brooklyn[/name] is so trendy and will become dated. If you don’t like [name]Brooke[/name], I don’t know why [name]Brooklyn[/name] appeals. I love the idea of using [name]Maxine[/name] to honor your family. I’m sure you’ve noticed the BM initials and it’s ok if you decided it doesn’t matter - I just didn’t want you to have not noticed.

Good luck!

I love [name]Brooke[/name], and [name]Brynn[/name] comes in second for me.

[name]Brynn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] is the worst for flow in my opinion. I think its the n/m sound. Plus it is the equivalent of [name]Arthur[/name] or [name]Edward[/name] in the UK so it boggles my mind to think of it on a girl. I do know that it is fastly becoming trendy in the US for a girl now though.

Of the two left [name]Brooklyn[/name] has the best flow but I do agree that it may become dated (but, then, so could [name]Brynn[/name] if it continues to rise so much). [name]Brooke[/name] is my favourite because it has an elegant quality to it. I actually think [name]Brooke[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] sounds fine together.

[name]Love[/name] [name]Brynn[/name], is the most current.
Also love [name]Brooke[/name], but I think it is on the verge of being dated.
Dislike [name]Brooklyn[/name], really do not like it at all.

[name]Brooke[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] is the best combo, and a lovely name I would keep this one.

[name]Brooklyn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] has the best flow, for sure, as [name]Brynn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] and [name]Brooke[/name] [name]Maxine[/name], in particular, sound abrupt and honestly lack substance. However, I’m not a fan of [name]Brooklyn[/name], as it is trendy and a tad childish. It reminds me of [name]Brooklyn[/name], NY and [name]Brooklyn[/name] [name]Beckham[/name], too…

I suspect that a B initial is important to you, so might I suggest some more for your perusal?

[name]Becca[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - Sweeter and less formal than [name]Rebecca[/name], but classier and more elegant than [name]Becky[/name]…

[name]Bella[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - An uber-popular name that is, honestly, cute.

[name]Bevin[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - [name]Unique[/name] name with a Celtic origin and good meaning - “fair lady.”

[name]Breckin[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - An interesting, somewhat made-up-looking American name with a cute meaning - “freckled.”

[name]Brenna[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - Some might say it is dated, but I think it still works…

[name]Bridget[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - An Irish classic - timeless, I might say…

[name]Brier[/name] (or [name]Briar[/name]) [name]Maxine[/name] - Trendy without being tryndee, this “green” choice is a winner!

[name]Bristol[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - It reminds me of two things: 1) [name]Bristol[/name] [name]Palin[/name], of [name]Sarah[/name] [name]Palin[/name] - and teen pregnancy - fame, and 2) pistols. Good or bad? You can be the judge…

[name]Bronte[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - An excellent author name ([name]Anne[/name], [name]Charlotte[/name], and [name]Emily[/name] [name]Bronte[/name]) with a unique sound and unisex feel!

[name]Bronwen[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] - A Welsh favorite with universal appeal…

Busy [name]Maxine[/name] - I think this is hilarious, but Busy [name]Phillips[/name] survived this long with the name.

Oh, and the B.M. initial thing probably isn’t a big deal considering [name]Maxine[/name] is the middle name, not the last name, but BM is commonly known as an acronym for bowel movement (also known as excrement, feces, or just plain poop). Some parents worry that it will give their child something to be teased about, but I can say that my older brother, whose initials were B.A.M., or just B.M., has made it through nearly 23 years of life without a concern for his initials in sight…

Good luck!

i really like lemon’s suggestion of [name]Becca[/name] [name]Maxine[/name]

[name]Brooke[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] for me, [name]Brynn[/name] to me is a boys name as is [name]Brooklyn[/name].

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[name]Love[/name] [name]Brynn[/name] but when matched with [name]Maxine[/name] i think [name]Brooklyn[/name] is the most fashionable trendy pairing and sounds great

I like the name [name]Brynn[/name] the best of your B names, but I don’t think it flows very nicely with [name]Maxine[/name].

[name]Brooklyn[/name] is already dated in my opinion, and to be honest I just don’t like it. Then again I’m definitely not a fan of place-names.

[name]Brooke[/name] is also dated, but much much better than [name]Brooklyn[/name]. Again though, it doesn’t flow all that nicely with [name]Maxine[/name].

[name]How[/name] about [name]Brenna[/name] [name]Maxine[/name]?

I’m just not into [name]Brooklyn[/name] at all… it’s just, outdated, etc. [name]Brooke[/name] is ok, but of all of your names, I like [name]Brynn[/name] the best. I agree that [name]Brynn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] doesn’t have a fantastic flow, but I find that it flows the best of all the names.

I like the flow and look of [name]Brynn[/name] [name]Maxine[/name] best :slight_smile: