Brother or sister for Hayden

My brother has just announced that his second baby is due next yr. A long way off I know, but up until now i’ve just been enjoying talking about names in general but now there will be a real little one to find a name for! I ended up helping to name his middle name [name]Kai[/name] but i’d love to name the first name of the new one!

[name]Hayden[/name] [name]Kai[/name] [name]Irwin[/name] is 2 and a half now.

I’m finding any name that ends in a vowel runs into ‘[name]Irwin[/name]’ so it’s tricky. [name]Steve[/name] is probably not the best choice either haha

Some names they liked the first time around were…

[name]Tristan[/name], [name]Jasper[/name] and [name]Henry[/name] for boys and [name]Charlotte[/name], [name]Sophia[/name] and [name]Samara[/name] for girls.

They like boyish names for the boys and want them to be easy to spell, but not top 20.

If youi have any thoughs i’d love to pass them on.

Thank you

Congratulations to your family! [name]How[/name] very exciting! We just had a little boy so I’ll give a list of names that we tossed around (and even ones my husband vetoed)

[name]Hayden[/name] and:

[name]Hudson[/name] (don’t know if they would want another “H” name though)
[name]Wesley[/name] ([name]Wes[/name])

Hopefully that helps. I didnt check the popularity of any of the names though (I never do) so depending on how uncommon they want the name to be I am sure that would disqualify some I mentioned. At least they might be inspired anyway. :slight_smile:

[name]Hayden[/name] and [name]Tristan[/name] I actually think go really well together.
I even like [name]Hayden[/name] and [name]Jasper[/name] too. [name]Jasper[/name] is a favorite of mine.

I like the idea of a surname for a fn to go with [name]Hayden[/name].

[name]Hayden[/name] and -

[name]Auden[/name] - of course both end in -den maybe too mathcy
[name]Quinn[/name] - my nephews name but from what I’ve heard it sounds like more girls are being named [name]Quinn[/name].
[name]Ronin[/name] - Japanese means “Sumurai without master”