Names I'm unsure about....

As I was making my baby boy name list I jotted any names down that I was NOT completely in love with, but they still caught my eye. I thought I would give it some time to see if they would possibly grow on me. So, what do you think of my “Unsure” list???


[name]Thorn[/name] -Hmmm, for a mn I can actually see this. Interesting I want to play with around with it. [name]Thorne[/name] with the “e” gives it more of a name feel to me.[name]Thornton[/name] is longer version I could see in the middle.
[name]Piers[/name] - this a good name.
[name]Felix[/name] - I personally [name]LOVE[/name] [name]Felix[/name]. I wonder if it could shake the cat association?
[name]Tobin[/name]/[name]Toby[/name] - [name]Love[/name] this too. I also like [name]Corbin[/name].
[name]Ross[/name] - I like this for a mn.
[name]Kai[/name] - Has that spunky exotic flair to it. I feel if used for a first might limit your choices for naming additional children.
[name]Isaac[/name] - Great name! My nephew’s name is spelled [name]Izaak[/name].
[name]Archer[/name] - not really my style but I know it could grow on me.
[name]Preston[/name] - another name I’m in love with.
[name]Mason[/name] - This is a great name. It is a bit popular in my area though.
[name]Micah[/name] - I like this name alot. I like [name]Michaiah[/name]/[name]Micaiah[/name] too.
[name]John[/name]-[name]Mark[/name] - nms I’m just not use to hyphenated boys names.
[name]John[/name]-[name]Paul[/name] -nms
[name]Ian[/name] - reminds me of [name]Ethan[/name] with out being as popular.
[name]Ace[/name] - personally I wouldn’t use it as a first name. It feels like a nn.
[name]Von[/name] - ditto with this spelling. [name]How[/name] about [name]Vaughn[/name]?
[name]Milo[/name] - very cute, sweet and soft.
[name]Rowan[/name] - A great name.
[name]Drew[/name] - I do like it but is it popular?
[name]Finn[/name] - I see this one on the rise but do love it.
[name]Hollis[/name] - I only see a girls name.
[name]Jay[/name] - I don’t think should stand on it’s own for a first, it’s a nn or mn to me.
[name]Holden[/name] - great name.
[name]Penn[/name] - seem like a great alternative to [name]Finn[/name].