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Avery Alexander or Avery Landon?

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edited April 12 in Baby Names
ETA: Our last name is one syllable and starts with an H.
My other sons are Aiden Cole and Andrew Marcel.  My daughter is Sydney Noelle.
I'm leaning towards Avery Alexander but we really like Landon, too.
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Re: Avery Alexander or Avery Landon?

  • edited April 12
    I would go with Avery Alexander. The alliteration doesn't bug me in this case. Landon is NMS.
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  • Neither jumps out more then the other. I'd go with whatever flows best with your last name and initials.
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  • I prefer Avery Alexander. How's the flow with your surname?
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  • I actually prefer Avery Alexander assuming your surname doesn't start with an A. Im just not a fan of Landon


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  • edited April 12
    I generally prefer Avery Alexander, but will note the initial AAH. I'm not a fan of those initials. 

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  • I LOVE the name Avery Alexander! Landon is nice, too, but Alexander just stands out to me! :-)
  • I don't always love name alliteration, but in this case Avery Alexander just jumps out at me. It flows very nicely.  
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  • I like both. Really hard choice. Avery Alexander, I guess.
  • +1 for Avery Alexander 
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