Middle Names for Baby Kick

At this point - though we are still far off from the due date - we are strongly leaning toward [name]Cosette[/name] for baby Kick. After much deliberation and lots of thinking, this name just feels right. (A deep heartfelt thank you to those who helped us get to this point!)

We know that [name]Cosette[/name] Kick sounds a little harsh, but our last name sounds a enough different from the word “kick” to make it better.

Now onto middle names! Our son’s middle name is after DH’s grandfather, [name]Ransom[/name], so I want to give [name]Cosette[/name] a middle after one of my grandmothers. Here are the options:

*[name]Elinor[/name]/[name]Norah[/name] - after g-grandma [name]Elinor[/name]
*[name]Jane[/name]/[name]Jean[/name] - after grandma [name]Jean[/name]
[name]Anna[/name] - after 2 grandmothers
[name]Marlene[/name] - least favorite
[name]Mary[/name] - least favorite

My current favorite combo is [name]Cosette[/name] [name]Jane[/name] [name]Elinor[/name] Kick or [name]Cosette[/name] [name]Elinor[/name] [name]Jane[/name] Kick. What do you think? Are 2 middles too much?

I think [name]Cosette[/name] [name]Elinor[/name] is the best. I, myself, am not particularly fond of two mn’s; however, it is growing on me being on this site. If I were to pick from the two, I’d say [name]Cosette[/name] [name]Elinor[/name] [name]Jane[/name] flows better.

I would use [name]Anna[/name] since you get to honor 2 grandmas that way.
[name]Love[/name] [name]Cosette[/name]
[name]Cosette[/name] [name]Anna[/name] [name]Jane[/name] would be lovely.

Thanks, rkarczynski and deirdre! I do love [name]Elinor[/name], [name]Jane[/name] and [name]Anna[/name], and deciding between them is difficult.

The only reservation I have with using [name]Anna[/name] and [name]Jane[/name] (if you can call it a reservation) is that [name]Anna[/name] and [name]Jean[/name] are both grandmothers from my father’s side, and [name]Elinor[/name] is from my mothers. Not that it’s a huge deal, but the “fairness fairy” in me wants to honor both sides OR use just one or the other.