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Xander for sure.
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Kingston! but if you go with Xander, please spell it with a Z, this spelling bugs me.
edit: I don't know if I like them both ending with "son" but I prefer Kingston over Xander still.
Sorry, I don't like either...
LovedByHim316:I vote for Xander. Great name! Also I know you didn't ask this and perhaps you've explained it already (didn't read any responses), but if you want to honor your husband, I think i'd just use Gregory. Greg & Greyson don't seem similiar to me. Just my unsolicited advice :)
I vote for Xander. Great name!
Also I know you didn't ask this and perhaps you've explained it already (didn't read any responses), but if you want to honor your husband, I think i'd just use Gregory. Greg & Greyson don't seem similiar to me. Just my unsolicited advice :)
Greyson means son of Gregory in the English origin, hence using it in place of Greg (since he's always been a junior and didn't want to use his name).
I'm not loving Xander no matter how much I try. And I agree with others about Kingston Greyson. (As it turns out my own first and last name end with "-son" and it is hard to say clearly)
How about Kingsley Greyson?
A collegue of mine is named Kingsley. The only person I know with that name. I love it and he is a super nice, intelligent guy!
HattieLove:Can you do Kingston Grey? Kingston Greyson is too rhyme-y.
I'd like to suggest Grayson as FN. :)
Otherwise, I like Xander Grey or Kingston Grey.
Mr. & Mrs. - Est. 10.03.2009
TTC #1 since 06.2011 Me-24 DH-24
12.2011 SA = Normal
06.2012 First visit with OB/GYN
10.2012 Clomid 50mg + TI = BFN
11.2012 Clomid 50mg + TI = BFN
12.2012 Clomid 100mg + TI = BFN
01.2013 First visit with RE
02.2013 Clomid 150mg + TI = BFN
03.2013 Femara 5mg + TI = BFN
05.2013 Femara 5mg + TI = BFN
06.2013 Femara 7.5mg + TI = BFN
*Taking a break*
HattieLove:Can you do Kingston Grey? Kingston Greyson is too rhymey.
kayjay10:Xander. I don't care for the double -on endings.
sugar212:Kingston! but if you go with Xander, please spell it with a Z, this spelling bugs me.
or Xander Greyson
And don't spell Xander as Zander. Don't dumb it down for people. It just makes the parents look...just no.
Xander Greyor Xander GreysonAnd don't spell Xander as Zander. Don't dumb it down for people. It just makes the parents look...just no.
All of this, but especially the last part.
I really dislike Kingston. It just feels kind of pretentious to me to name your child "King." But even if I liked it, I agree with the PPs that said it doesn't flow well.
ETA: I'm generally not a fan of -son names, but I really like your reasoning for choosing Greyson.