[name]Abraham[/name] [name]Redford[/name] [name]Williams[/name]
6 lbs. 2 oz.
17 inches long
Right now he has blueish/greenish eyes and light brown hair. We think that he is most likely the best looking baby there has ever been!
Thanks to everyone who helped with feedback and comments (especially last night).
We feel that [name]Abraham[/name] [name]Redford[/name] is absolutely the most perfect name for him.
[name]Abraham[/name] has been a favorite of ours for awhile. We love the nickname [name]Abe[/name], the biblical connections, and the history behind the name.
[name]Redford[/name] has so much meaning for us. [name]Redford[/name] means, “[name]Red[/name] [name]River[/name] Crossing” (as pointed out by dotsmom- thanks!). Being from [name]Texas[/name] and Oklahoma, [name]Redford[/name] is perfect because the [name]Red[/name] [name]River[/name] borders the two states, and we met in [name]Dallas[/name], which could be considered the crossing point. At least thats where the two schools - Oklahoma Sooners and [name]Texas[/name] Longhorns meet ever autumn about this time.
We have been fans of the actor [name]Robert[/name] [name]Redford[/name] for some time. He has the classic all American good guy image - one we want for our son too.
My (somewhat silly) criteria of wanting a baseball sounding name is also fulfilled through its association with one of my favorite movies (and wife’s) The Natural.
That being said. Please pretend that you have never heard of either of these names from this point on. We really hope that they do not become popular. And [name]Redford[/name], we hope is never used again!