If you absolutly feel you have to pick a name now, and you guys are having a hard time agreeing I suggest this little activity I learned about before my second daughter was born.First buy a couple baby name books. Find time for you both to sit down seperatly and flip through the name books. Each of you should write down the names and meanings you like best. Trade books, and repeat. After that: arrange them into your top 10 or 20 (which ever you guys decide) after that you both sit down and compare your top lists. You might be suprised on the common ground for a lot of names.If once again,you have nothing look at all your lists, see if you have any names that you agree on. Find out if there is a special reason for some of the names your husband has picked out.I know it seems as if because you are the mother you get to choose, but in the early stages the father already feels left out especially during pregnancy. It is really unfair to totaly dismiss all his choices, even if you dissagree. My suggestion is that if you really feel you don't like the names he chose to say something along the lines of I am not fond of those names, lets looks at more names or do you have any other suggestions? Let his opinion count, even if it means sitting on it for a few days.My fiance is a JR. so one thing I know is when we have a son his name is already chosen. I hated the idea of it at first, but the more I thought of it the more I fell in love with the idea of naming our son after his father and grandfather, two strong, loving and smart men I couldn't be more proud of. I can't wait for our little Michael the third to join us. Sometimes it feels as if only our way can be right, but if we step back for a day or 2 we can find a whole new world. Good luck!