So we are expecting our little girl in 9 weeks and have hit a block.
We quickly narrowed down a large list of names (not very many that the other liked!) to 2 names, which we have been stuck on for months. We both are okay with both names but each "loves" a different one.
My husband has fallen in "love" with Sydney Elizabeth (which I do totally think is cute, but an annoying 16 yr old brat at work is named Sydney) and I "love" the name Mackenzie - which is a compromise as I originally wanted Mckinley. However, Mackenzie is not easy to match with a middle name. We agree it can't be long as first and last are longer. I love names like Adelyn, Evelyn, Anne. The only names he likes for Mackenzie though is Robyn (which I don't care for) and Laura (his G'ma's name, but I don't want to go family names). If we can't find a suitable middle name then I'm afraid that out of default we will go with Sydney, which is fine, but I'd at least like my name to not get knock out simply because we couldn't find a good middle name! Can anyone help?
Thanks! I like Mackenzie Anne too (my name is Annette) and I was named after my great grandma Annie, but OH doesn't like it. He said he'd rather have Laura which was his grandma's name (she just died 2 years ago and they were pretty close). We can agree on Mackenzie Elizabeth but that just seems so long!
I dnt think two long names reall matter. My full name is Katherine Alexandra, I quite like that my names Are similar in length! Besides once baby is here Nd named it won't matter what you choose as that will be 'her name' and it will be perfect for her! We spend so long worrying and stressing over names, but I think once you see your baby you just know! Well most of the time!!
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