Now that we are well on our way to adopting, L and I have been thinking a lot about baby names. We need some serious help.
We think we're going to keep the baby's birth name and use it as a middle name. However, we would like to give him his first name. That way, when he grows up he can use his first (more American sounding) name, or his middle (Latino) name. It's good to have options. (and please, don't tell me all about how Latino names are "American" sounding, too. I know that. And you know what I meant.)
With Hatchling, we knew what his name was going to be before he was even conceived. Sadly, we've never come up with another good boy name that we both agreed on (or a girl name, for that matter). We do both like Noah, but we just aren't sold on it. Please help us come up with a name so we can stop calling our baby Julio!
The rules of the contest? They are pretty lax. It needs to be multi-syllabic (we have a one syllable last name). We like Bible names, but non-Bible ones are OK too. That's about it.
You're prize for naming our child? Ummm, how about personal satisfaction?