Ok, so I have been baby-name obsessed as far as I can remember, I used to take weeks before naming my dolls, they always had middle names and last names (of the celebrity “fathers” of course). I have always, always wanted/assumed my first born sons middle name would be my grandfathers name, [name]Gerald[/name], my fiancee, of course would like to use his grandfathers name, [name]Henry[/name].
Our #1 boy choice is [name]River[/name], making our sons name [name]River[/name] [name]Gerald[/name] [name]Henry[/name]/[name]River[/name] Hnery [name]Gerald[/name] It just doesnt work for me.
Our #1 girl name is [name]Sawyer[/name], my favorite names for mn are [name]Elisabeth[/name] and/or [name]Lydia[/name]… I like the idea of [name]Sawyer[/name] [name]Lydia[/name] ____, but [name]Lydia[/name] & [name]Elisabeth[/name] together, I dont like.
I love the way [name]Nicole[/name] Richies daughters name flows so, so well… ([name]Harlow[/name] [name]Winter[/name] [name]Kate[/name]) the 1st name is unique, with 2 beautiful middle names… one more “odd” ([name]Winter[/name]) and one classic ([name]Kate[/name]). I want to achieve something like this for my children.
[name]Do[/name] any of you nameberries think you can help me? (Im not currently pregnant, we’re just trying, for the record)
Is there ANY way [name]Rivers[/name] name can be salvaged? Can anyone think of a way to incorporate two very, very important men without ruining the name? Or should I just suck it up so I can honor my family?
I was thinking “[name]Alden[/name]” could be a middle name “[name]GerALD[/name]” “hENry” Is that too much of a stretch?
Any advice or comments would be much appreciated!