Does Daniel Alexander have too much rhyme?

See the results of this poll: Does this combo rhyme too much?

Respondents: 8 (This poll is closed)

  • yes, I wouldn’t use it : 0 (0%)
  • no, go for it : 7 (88%)
  • not bad, but I would keep looking: 1 (13%)

The option I would vote for wasn’t there. If I could have, I would have voted “Flow’s not the best, but I would stop looking, anyway, as it’s so fabulous!” :slight_smile:

I know there are three strong “A” sounds in dAniel [name]AlexAnder[/name], coupled with the strong “A” at the beginning of [name]Avery[/name], but the family connection is so great for you that I would just use it. Flow doesn’t have to be perfect. :slight_smile: Besides, the significance of [name]Avery[/name] [name]Daniel[/name] [name]Alexander[/name] is so great that I would just forget all my concerns, haha. It’s such a great combo.

[name]Daniel[/name] [name]Alexander[/name] is a strong, handsome combo; go for it! Also, I much prefer over [name]Avery[/name].

[name]Daniel[/name] is actually my husband’s first name, so we won’t be using it as a first for a son. [name]Alexander[/name] honors his grandpa who we are very close to. We do two middle names to honor family.