Liam [name_m]Daniel[/name_m] is handsome!
Here are my thoughts for #2:
Beckam [name_u]Bradley[/name_u]-I like the alliteration, & I think that Beckam goes well w/Liam. But it just seems a little, I don’t known, modern. Like it’s only a name used this decade & doesn’t really have a lot of roots. Also, I feel like it’s usually spelled [name_m]Beckham[/name_m], so this may get misspelled a lot. And it kind of bugs me that it just got popular due to a famous person. Not that he’s bad; just seems a bit trendy.
Beckett [name_u]Bradley[/name_u]-I’m not a huge fan of [name_u]Beck[/name_u] names in general it seems, but I like this much more. I think it’s just because it’s not named after a soccer player. I love the nn [name_u]Kit[/name_u] too, if you’re into that.
Owen [name_u]Bradley[/name_u]-[name_u]Love[/name_u] [name_u]Owen[/name_u]. It’s one of those boy names that’s rugged & outdoorsy, but also gentle & smart. Goes well w/Liam too.
Owen [name_m]Bryan[/name_m]-[name_u]Owen[/name_u] [name_u]Bradley[/name_u] flows much nicer in my opinion.
Callum [name_u]Bradley[/name_u]-Ooh, I love [name_u]Callum[/name_u]. I think it’s okay w/Liam? Are they too similar? It’s a beautiful name. Kind of sporty & really sweet. Less popular than some of the others. And I love the nn [name_u]Cal[/name_u].
Callum [name_u]Jay[/name_u]-I think [name_u]Callum[/name_u] [name_u]Bradley[/name_u] sounds better. More distinguished.
Thea [name_f]Genevieve[/name_f]-[name_f]Thea[/name_f] is beautiful. Smart & sweet & quiet w/just a little spunk. Simple, old fashioned & not over done. Very nice w/Liam. This combo flows well & is fairly unexpected.
Thea [name_f]Jayne[/name_f]-I think that I’d like this more than [name_f]Genevieve[/name_f] if it were [name_f]Jane[/name_f]. The ‘y’ looks off.
Thea [name_f]Elizabeth[/name_f] or [name_f]Elise[/name_f]-Neither of those flow very well w/Thea, although they’re fine names in general.
Annelise/Annalise [name_f]Sherri[/name_f]-I like the [name_f]Annelise[/name_f] spelling the best. It’s a pretty name. It’s a little bit fussy though, I feel. [name_f]Thea[/name_f] seems more down to earth.
Hope this helps.