Why are you looking for more names for your list? Are those just names that you both like, but don’t feel strongly like any are “the” name?
A LOT of couples struggle to come up with a list half that long that they both agree on. Or some barely come up with one option that they both like. If there are some on there that you both Really like and have potential the be the one, I wouldn’t worry about adding any more. I’d definitely be on the lookout for other options that might catch your eye, but I wouldn’t try to add more just for the sake of having more options. Sometimes you hit the one or two that become the final choices very early on. Most people have a tendency to pick what feels right (for the both of them) from the beginning.
If [name]Baylie[/name] is something that you love and he’s ok with, but isn’t as into as you are, then a good compromise would be that he gets to pick the middle name from the choices you have listed, or come up with one that you both think works better. I think all of the options could sound good with [name]Baylie[/name], depending on your last name.
Are there any on the list that he added, or are they all ones that you suggested and that he liked? Different men act differently about names. Some like to be very involved, making their own suggestions and some like to just ‘yay or nay’ the mother’s ideas. It might feel more rounded out to you if there are some options that came totally from him.
If they’re all from your list, you seem to like a lot of girls names that end in the “lee” sound and all of the boy options in an “n”. That could point you in a direction of looking for more names. You could either look for others that match, or go the opposite direction and only add more if they don’t follow the pattern. If that’s what you like, then that’s what you like, and it can be hard to avoid. (I know personally, since all of our’s start with a hard “C”. That’s what we both really like and we couldn’t fall for something else.)
However, sometimes too many options in the same style just make things more confusing because there isn’t enough difference to sway you completely in one direction or the other.
If the lists are a mixture of names you both suggested, then it’s extra encouraging that your styles seem to match so closely, and I’d stick with names in the same pattern.