Easton and Weston

This might be what makes [name_m]Weston[/name_m] feel more familiar to me, the nn [name_m]Wes[/name_m] seems to be around more

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I’ve heard [name_u]Easton[/name_u] quite a bit over the last few years so that one doesn’t surprise me. [name_m]Weston[/name_m] I’ve heard more on older kids like 7-10 when I was working in an elementary school. I do feel like there’s a lot of variations that sound similar to [name_m]Weston[/name_m] though that are popular. [name_u]Wesley[/name_u], [name_m]Westley[/name_m], [name_m]Wesson[/name_m], etc. So it would feel more common because the names sound so similar.

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ive never heard of anyone named weston but i did have a friend in middle school with the name easton! for reference im 19 so that’s how old he would be now too!

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I like [name_u]Easton[/name_u] and [name_m]Weston[/name_m] just fine. They’re both surnames so its not that far out there that they’re popular names right now. Since the surname first name trend is high for boys, girls, and unisex.

Now if people start calling their kids Southpaw and Dewnorth I’ll be a little more phased,

I know of a lot of Eastons, but only one [name_m]Weston[/name_m]. I’m not a fan of [name_m]Weston[/name_m] personally but the name [name_u]Easton[/name_u] [name_u]West[/name_u] has always been a guilty pleasure of mine because it’s punny and it just works. I don’t think I’d ever use it for a real kid though