Third baby :) :) :)

Well after 4 years of being sure I wasn’t having a third…my husband and I decided we weren’t done! So although not pregnant yet, I’m already pondering names. Our children are son [name]Mason[/name] and daughter [name]Kamryn[/name]. I have a few names I’m considering for both a boy and a girl but would like other ideas as well. I don’t necessarily want the names to be too matchy by continuing the “n” theme although I’m not opposed to it. But I was thinking the names would look and sound good together if the 2nd letter was also an “a”. Or having an “m” in somewhere in the name. Finally, do you think the next name should be trendy or can I go with more of a classic name? I like the following names:

Boys: [name]Matthew[/name], [name]Garrett[/name], [name]Landon[/name], [name]Jacob[/name], [name]Samuel[/name]
Girls: [name]Faith[/name], [name]Savannah[/name], [name]Jocelyn[/name], [name]Rebecca[/name]/[name]Rebekah[/name], [name]Ashlyn[/name]

Any suggestions are welcome but please note our last name ends with a “y”, so the name can’t end with the “ee/ie/y” sound. Thanks (I love nameberry, new to the site)!

I like [name]Garrett[/name] and [name]Savannah[/name]!

I think I would stick to the “trendy” names.
Personally, [name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name] and [name]Samuel[/name] (or which ever) would seem out of place.
Although, from you
From your list, I think [name]Garrett[/name] and [name]Landon[/name] and [name]Savannah[/name] and [name]Ashlyn[/name] could work

I like [name]Landon[/name] from your list. It has the “a” sound and it ends with the same letter.

Other suggestions:


good luck!

From your list, I think [name]Garrett[/name], [name]Landon[/name], [name]Savannah[/name], [name]Jocelyn[/name], and [name]Ashlyn[/name] could all work nicely. Although [name]Savannah[/name] is a lot more feminine than [name]Kamryn[/name], so it’s a little iffy, but since she’s old enough, you could maybe bounce it off her and see if she likes it (totally your call on whether to do that or not). [name]Samuel[/name] also kind of works but is fairly different. Here are some other directions:

[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Micah[/name] (Biblical like [name]Samuel[/name] but trendier)
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Benjamin[/name] (Biblical like [name]Samuel[/name] but the -n ending ties it in well)
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Miles[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Myles[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Emmett[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Tanner[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Barrett[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Xander[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Zander[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Xavier[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Maddox[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Graham[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Grant[/name]

[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Makayla[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Emilie[/name] (I would go with two unconventional spellings, weirdly, [name]Emily[/name] is just too much classic)
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Mia[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Maya[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Aimee[/name] (similar reasoning to [name]Emilie[/name])
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Sage[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Page[/name]/[name]Paige[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Jordan[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Hadley[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Amber[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Layla[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Sadie[/name]
[name]Mason[/name], [name]Kamryn[/name], and [name]Mila[/name]

Good luck!