So, I'm pregnant, and thinking it's a boy. My husband and I have begun to think about names, but we're having a very hard time coming up with anything good. In truth, it's hard because we have so many criteria to meet. (We both have unusual names and take naming our children very, very seriously. It's a big deal.) Our list of criteria is:
The name has to be traditional, but not overly common. Think: not in the top 50 names.
The name has to be easy to spell and easy to pronounce.
It can't end in R, because our last name does and we don't want anything rhymey.
It can't end in N, because two of our kids names already end in N.
It can't start with A, H, or V, because we want all the names to start with a different letter.
It shouldn't starts with B, because our last name does, but that's an optional requirement.
It needs to be as cool as Harrison, our other son's name.
It also has to be as sophisticated as Harrison.
It has to sound like it belongs with our other children's names, Audrey, Harrison, and Vivienne.
I think that's all.