[name]Landon[/name] - Quite nice. I adore the singer [name]Landon[/name] Pigg, too.
[name]Beckham[/name] - no. Not the footballer. Not Posh Spice. No. (Sorry.)
[name]Lyle[/name] - it’s sort of hard to say, and ends up sounding like liar.
[name]Owen[/name] - I’ve always thought this souds whiney, but I think a lot of people do like it.
[name]Emmet[/name] - set to rise dramatically in popularity because of the Twilight phenomenon, which is a pity. [name]How[/name] about [name]Everett[/name]? I think it’s just so handsome …
[name]Hudson[/name] - it’s not my style, but is reasonable.
[name]Nolan[/name] - I quite like. I prefer [name]Nola[/name] on a girl, though.
Paxtyn - [name]Pax[/name] reminds me of Brangelina. It’s very abrupt, too.
[name]Cruz[/name] - the Beckhams. I didn’t really like it anyway, actually.
[name]Milo[/name] - very nice.
[name]Mason[/name] - I think occupation names may date a child in the future, as they are becoming quite a trend, which will eventually wane, and then people will be able to tell [name]Mason[/name] was born '05 - ‘15 etc.
[name]Dakota[/name] - I thought this was a girls’ name … either way, I’m not a fan.
[name]Sebastian[/name] - lovely; such a classic!
[name]Bronx[/name] - isn’t this a place near New [name]York[/name]? (I’m British.) It’s very harsh, and makes me think it might be a part of the throat (you know, like larynx).
A few of my favourite boys’ names :
[name]Theodore[/name] (nn [name]Teddy[/name])
[name]Japheth[/name] nn [name]Japhy[/name]